Experts investigated the mystery shoe print found in a Slate landscape. It was dated back to 500 million years.
The Shoeprint has been shocking both natives, and foreigners, since the Triassic age. The Earth was once more than 500,000,000 years old.
William J. Meister was a cartoonist, trilobite collector and cartoonist who discovered a very specific shoe print in Antelope Springs, Utah. This was in 1968.
Meister found trilobite fossils in the slate block and discovered a shoeprint inside. It is worth noting, however, that trilobites are an extinct type of marine arthropod.
A shoe print that has been around millions of years.
Meister wrote an article in The Creation Research Society Quarterly about his discovery. Between 505 million and 590 million years ago, the slate with shoe impressions was created.
This was the description.
“The heel mark was imbedded in the slate stone 3 millimeters more than the whole footprint of the shoe; it is thought to be from the right foot because the right side of the heel shows more wear.”
In the same article, Dr. Clarence Combs from Columbia Union College in Maryland and Maurice Carlisle, a geologist, are mentioned as having visited the location of the discovery on July 4, 1969.
Carlise looked deeper and found a layer containing muck at the same height as the shoe prints. Carlise was convinced by the consistency of the fossil footprint because the mud showed that the foot that left it had been on the surface at one point.
As expected, scientists dismissed the discovery, claiming it was just a rare occurrence caused by erosion and other natural processes.
However, scientists have yet to acknowledge the imprint’s “real” status.
Similar cases were also rejected.
A comparable discovery is described in “The Mystery of the Petrified Shoe Sole Five Billion Years Old,” an interesting article published in the New York Sunday American newspaper on October 8, 1922.
John T. Reid, a geologist and mining engineer, discovered an amazing footprint while looking for fossils in Nevada. After further analysis, it was confirmed that the footprint was a shoe print.
It is possible to deduce the markings of the sewing thread and the marks made by constant rubbing on your heel from the footprint.
The rare specimen was brought by the geologist to the American Museum of Natural History, New York. To pique their curiosity about his find. He said the following to ruin his reputation:
“We have never seen a better replica of a manmade thing than the footprint.”
The footprint must have been realized by them that the sediment from which it appeared was Triassic.
Reid was unhappy with the scientific community’s opinions so he ordered additional tests and images. These were performed by a Rockefeller Institute-trained chemist. The response was that only human labor was the source of income.
How could a shoe print appear hundreds of million of years before the invention? What happened before humans walked the Earth is worse?