3000 dinosaur footprints found in China fleeing the Flood!


That is a hell of a lot of dinosaurs together in a small place. If you divide 3000 by 4 you get 750 quadrupeds, and if half of them were bipeds, you get a mix of about a 1000 animals. But another Xinhua article stated that “Wang said as excavation continues, there could be more footprint findings.” So think of 1500- 2000 animals in this case. That’s a big herd!

When I read that, I had no trouble imagining at all what was making these big animals all trample on and over each other in such a small area. In my mind I pictured it as a mountain top, and lo and behold when I saw the pictures of their dig, and it was indeed on a slope.

It also says, that they were all “fleeing the same direction.” Stupid hadrosaurs just kept running in a straight line trying to get away from the slow Tyrannos? Didn’t they know how to make a fast left or right curve side ways to get away from those Tyrannos? No, Dr. Wang says they were all fleeing in a straight line without swerving from the meat eaters!


Of course They Were Fleeing!

All of them were fleeing together in the very same direction! Just like these smart cattle in the picture above were fleeing to higher ground, in recent Australian Brisbane flooding. What were they so afraid of? An oncoming rising flood also, perhaps? The article said,

“The large track of over 3,000 dinosaur footprints, which was found in Shandong province, was facing the same direction. Wang said this might be a result of migration or panic escape by plant-eating dinosaurs after facing a surprise raid from meat-eating counterparts, according to experts.”

Yeah, right! “A panic escape of plant eaters pursued by meat eaters.” Of course! Why didn’t I think of that? And as a result they were all eaten, as they obviously all died there! Because when you check the facts further about this place called Zhucheng, you find this quote:

“Archeologists have found dinosaur fossils in some 30 sites in Zhucheng, known as a “dinosaur city”. Zhao Xijin, an expert from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, said Zhucheng discovered the largest dinosaur fossil field in the world in 2008 where more than 7,600 fossils had been uncovered.”

The article says that there were more than six types of dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurs, and they are ostensibly meat eaters! Wicked Pedia says: “Most coelurosaurs were bipedal predators”, and that “Hadrosaur diet was probably made of leaves.”
So only the Hadrosaurs were being picked on by all the others?

That city and place Zhucheng has many mass-graves of dinosaurs. So let’s get this straight. The meat-eating Dinos chased the vegan Dinos up that slope near Zhucheng, not just one time, but multiple times. Then they feasted on the vegan animals and left their bones, just like we leave our T-bones at the barbecue area when the Police isn’t watching, and then they somehow died there too! — I guess from indigestion. Ha!

Nah! That doesn’t make much sense, Mr. Wang. Not in our worldview. They were fleeing alright. But so were the meat eaters! They were all fleeing a common threat together, as they obviously all died in and around that city!

And what else could they be fleeing from than from the massive global flood recorded in documented ancient history from all main early civilisations, and in more than 500 early legends of most worldwide cultures.

Plus, it is clearly substantiated in the global kilometers-thick multiple rock strata mixed in with fossilised animals, below our feet, most of whom died in sudden agony from asphyxiation.

Even fossilised giant oysters found on top of the Andes mountains, that were dying so fast that they didn’t manage to open their shells before they were buried in sediments, as dying mollusks always do! The Andes became mountains only after the Flood was over, as also Lake Titicaca was at ocean level before the coast rose thousands of meters up in the air by ferocious post-flood tectonic activity turning into the Andes mountains!


And meat-eaters? How do they know! Because of their teeth? Pandas have ferocious teeth but they eat bamboo! You can’t tell by teeth! You would have to count the stomachs and study the digestion system, and.. well.. um.. after 65 million years no more stomachs. So how do they know! These Rex-es may have been the garbage men of pre-Flood days, as everything was a lot bigger in those days judging by the fossils, and those Rex-es probably turned big cadavers’ meat and bones into smaller fecal matter, so it wouldn’t smell so bad for months on end, in those warm pre-Flood days!

These Dinosaurs, or Chinese Dragons as we call them, were fleeing from that under-reported worldwide flood that trapped all of them, carnivore and herbivore alike, by surprise into a watery grave, turning them into Earth’s few so-called “dino graveyards”.

And don’t think that they only lived before the Flood! We saw them in China not so long ago, after the Flood as well, as they came in baby-size on the boat with Nüwa!
Lookie here! In chronological dynastic order!


First: Behold the earliest depiction of the classical Chinese Dragon, as found on all our temples! Unchanged after thousands of years! (OK, the hind legs got a little shorter!)

crouching dragon han

SHANG DYNASTY “Tyrannosaurus Rex” We just called him “Long!”


HAN DYNASTY — A Theropod “Long!”


But of course, the Chinese just made those pictures up from their fantasy craving mythical minds, and they never really “saw” them! And such a theory as above is of course not politically correct!

Yet –if you ask me– it’s the best explanation that makes the most sense, at least for those of us who are not steeped in the mass media deception and propagandised by the state religion of Darwinism.

And Dr. Wang, please wake up! Truth is much more important than a nice cushy quacademic position at a Marxist university!


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7 comments for “3000 dinosaur footprints found in China fleeing the Flood!

  1. February 15, 2010 at 9:30 am

    I used to use the HTML code of target=”_blank” to open links in new pages or tabs, but learned that many people don’t like it because it breaks the browser’s back button. W3.org says that it’s a no no to break the back button. A good article that explains why: http://diveintoaccessibility.org/day_16_not_opening_new_windows.html I stopped using the target blank code on my blog.

  2. bornagain
    May 18, 2010 at 2:52 am

    I wonder why the flood didn’t wash away the tracks. It killed the makers of the tracks…but left the tracks. Hmmmmm.

  3. Power Point Paradise
    May 18, 2010 at 3:01 am

    Perhaps the water just rose and just drowned them on the spot? It didn’t have to be a tsunami yet. And so the marks stayed intact? I don’t know I wasn’t there. But they were all together in one place. That’s why I figure they were probably fleeing the rising water. Have a better theory?

  4. January 19, 2014 at 1:58 am

    That’s some very interesting research that makes a lot of sense, I must say!

  5. Power Point Paradise
    January 19, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Theirs or ours?

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