Early 30′s Dr. Hilburn Burafz Greeley, director of the department of geology of Bern College, visited the one place in the state of Kentucky, where he found ten well-preserved and several partially surviving traces in sandstone. They were left on the banks of an ancient river in the Paleozoic era about 250 million years ago.
Burafz kept their findings secret for seven years. He carefully studied the traces of a biped that could wear shoes 7.5 gauge.
Three pairs of tracks are like fingerprints left and right feet the researchers reported in the journal Journal Kurils May 24, 1953 Two pairs of traces show that the left leg is ahead on the right. The position of your feet is the same as that of any man. The distance from the track to the track 18 inches (45 cm). Traces of feet parallel to each other and the distance between the tracks is the same as a normal person. If he was as a person, what kind of hominid? After all people, according to modern science, appeared in these places only 1.5 million years ago!
During the period of the Paleozoic was the heyday of the giant amphibians. Could not they leave these tracks? Burafz believes that they could not. “There is no hint of the front legs, although the stone where the prints is large enough to easily they were printed.” Burafz insists that being passed around on their hind legs, in addition, there is nowhere prints abdomen or tail.
William J. Meister, “the head of the drawers in the firm” Hercules “, an amateur archeologist, Memorial Day, June 1, 1963, with friends came to rest for four days to a source of antelope, located 43 miles north-west of the city Delta, Utah. On the third day of his wife and daughter discovered the fossilized remains of trilobites “ancient mollusks, the first inhabitants of the ocean. They lived in the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic era, ie 600 million years ago. The body of these small animals were divided into 3 segments. Meister rescued from a piece of rock the size of 2 inches, and then split it along with a hammer, opening like a book. To my surprise, he found on one side of the footprint of a man with trilobite underneath. The other side of the stone is exactly consistent with the imprint. The most amazing thing was that the man was wearing sandals!
The feet of modern man: 10.25 inches in length (25 cm). Ponos sandal was on the right heel, which is going into the ground deeper than the sole, which is also characteristic of a human footprint. So, being dressed in sandals and walk on two legs, was here at the source of antelope, 300 million years ago, before even as the world began to develop dinosaurs. The Age of Reptiles ended about 70 million years ago, and human-like creatures began to turn into a bipedal hominids than 1 million years ago. Homo sapiens has become widely distributed in the Earth about 25 “40 thousand years ago, a civilization evolved, starting from the VII millennium. Turns out, the prints of a humanoid left them for 500 million years before the appearance of modern humans on Earth!