Evolutionists Get a Kick Out of Footprints

Scientists and other people with training and experience can learn a great deal from footprints. Many people can see the different between a bird and a human for instance, but may have difficulty between those of a large dog and a bear. That could be a problem in the wilderness. Barefoot human impressions are very distinct, and a trained observer can learn a great deal about whoever made them. The fossilized human footprints discovered in Crete are somewhat indistinct, but cause some problems for common ancestor evolution.

Fossilized footprints discovered in Crete are causing difficulties for human evolution timelines
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The "our ancestors came out of Africa" mythology is threatened because of the dates evolutionists assigned to the footprints. Also, despite looking like someone is tromping through the mud and not sure of his or her footing, it is obvious that they were not made by anything other than a human. Some secularists do not want to believe the evidence because it threatens their death cult. Creationists do not have problems with having to readjust dates and rewrite theories because of facts, because the facts fit in nicely with the creationary record and models.
Evolutionists are faced with a controversy with the discovery of ‘human-like’ fossil footprints allegedly made 5.7 million years ago at Trachilos on the Mediterranean island of Crete.

Why a controversy? Because according to the evolutionary scenario at that time our human ancestors were only found in Africa, had ape-like feet but didn’t walk upright until much later in history; about 3.6 million years ago.
To continue reading, take an electronic leap over to "Cretan footprints stomp on human evolution". Also, another report can be seen at "Evolutionists Tripping Over Human Tracks on Crete".