We find human fossils in layers that most creationists consider post-Flood. Most of these were probably buried after the Flood and after the scattering of humans from Babel. So it is true that human and dinosaur fossils have yet to be found in the same layers, but does that mean that long-age believers are correct?
Originally posted by Dragiero
reply to post by captaintyinknots
I am certain people can tell the difference between a dragon and airplane.
Originally posted by stereologist
Proving a negative is not impossible. Proving a universal negative is impossible.
I could prove that King Kong is not my backyard. I can't prove King Kong is not somewhere in the universe.