Dino drawing or mud stain: proof of creation?
By T.K. Randall
March 28, 2011 · 84 comments
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A controversial cave drawing has spurred debate on whether or not it constitutes proof of creationism.
The drawing which is thought to be thousands of years old is located in a cave in southeastern Utah and appears to depict the shape of a dinosaur leading some to believe that it represents proof humans and dinosaurs co-existed. Scientists have universally condemned this conclusion however, leaning instead towards the theory that the drawing's shape can be attributed to mud stains on the wall.
Dinosaur or mud stain? An ancient cave drawing high on a rock formation in southeastern Utah has stirred a skirmish of sorts between creationists who believe it's proof that humans and dinosaurs lived together, and scientists who say no way.
Source: Discovery News
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