Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Dinosaur wall discovered in Bolivia



“Some things appear where you least expect them.  Although dinosaur tracks have been discovered the world over, climbing up a near vertical wall in a Bolivian quarry, hundreds of feet towards the skies? Hardly. Yet here they are.”  Dinosaur tracks, perhaps of eight separate animals, are spread across a limestone slab a mile long and almost 300 feet high at Cal Orcko near the city of Suvre. There are over 5,000 footsteps, with 462 discrete trails.


Apparently, sixty-eight million years ago, wouldn’t erosion have destroyed them in that time? - this  vertical wall was a muddy plain across which dinosaurs walked, positioning them in strange patterns. It is evident that this tectonic tilting and upthrust has occurred not gazillions of millennia ago, but since dinosaurs roamed. The cliff was once a muddy lake. Apparently variations in the climate solidified the prints, then sealed them in mud. Then tectonic upthrust happened, inverting the floor of the lake. 


Flood theorists believe this happened during a catastrophic global event when the earth’s seam and plates underwent massive disruption.  The Bible speaks about water coming from below, probably in massive skyward geysers as well as from deluge rain. The Bible also mentions an era, within human history, “when the earth was divided,”  This seam can be seen spiralling around the earth’s crust like the stitches of a baseball and exactly parallels the main mountain ranges of earth. upwards. 


A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex is captured in the tracks, making its solitary way across the banks of the lake. All his tracks extend for 347 meters and are the longest dino-tracks ever discovered. The prints are so well-preserved which suggests that they are not gazillions of millions of years old. This separate animal species can be discerned. Eight species have been categorised, including Ankylosaurus, the Titanosaur and Carnotaurus.


Unfortunately these tracks will be lucky to last another ten years, let alone ten million. Erosion and mining in the vicinity means that landslides are common. Whole slabs of the trails have fallen off since they first appeared on the cliff face. This is the miracle of them lasting several millennia, yet vanishing soon after discovery, suggesting these processes are perhaps much younger than Paleolithic theorists assume. Why are fossils found showing animals giving birth, eating other animals, locked in combat. This indicates a sudden and catastrophic event that buried creatures alive suddenly in tonnes of mud, under pressure, the perfect process for making fossils. 











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