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Dinosaurs and Men and evidence of their coexistence

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We have not had a program since February first due to research and family priorities. So to get the programs going again Kevin Miller, our No. 1 son will be today’s guest. We will first discuss some interesting and humorous details of our first excavation for pristine fossil human and dinosaur footprints of July 4-6, 1983 along the Paluxy River TX. Kevin’s two younger brothers, Brian and Matt ages 14 and 11, at the time accompanied us and a nephew of CRSEF’s founder, Flavil Miller (no relation) to search for pristine footprints under tons of Cretaceous rock strata. In the previous year of 1982, a team headed by archaeologist, Carl Baugh had uncovered a trail of 12, 16“ long human footprints with a trail of dinosaur footprints (Photos can be seen under “Footprints” on Paleo’s web site As Baugh continued his research in the summer of 1983 he uncovered an indistinct 11 inch long, “human-like impression.” So our objective in July was to follow the indicator print back under the top rock towards the river bank to see if the trail continued. That took a lot of primitive tools and much time. Now fast forward to 2007. Kevin Miller and Brian, now with families of their own joined me in a cross country train trip to Glacier National Park followed by a return trip stop in Malta MT where this program’s director, Tom had visited several dinosaur museums earlier at a previous time. Fortunately AMTRACK stopped in Malta. We then stopped again & rented a van at Wolf Point and headed downstate to Glendive MT where we continued our studies at the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum. In 2005 we had sawed open two dinosaur femur bones in excellent condition and C-14 dated bone collagen and other fractions. Out of that research a technical paper was published by the National Research Council of Italy in November 2009 in a book entitled: “Evolutionism: The Decline of a Hypothesis” which can be found on