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Clifford Burdick

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Clifford L. Burdick (1919 - 2005)

Clifford L. Burdick (1919 - 2005)

When Dr. Clifford Burdick's research showed pollen in the bottom of the rocks at the Grand Canyon dated far older then the evolutionary date for the appearance of trees, evolutionists claimed that contamination had occurred. But the pollen was stained a red color showing that they had been in the rocks for a long period of time. It was also discovered that some of the pollen grains were from trees that had been extinct for many, many years.

Clifford Burdick also had the Burdick Tracks named after him. These are human-looking tracks found in Glen Rose, Texas in Cretaceous limestone, a site that has many dinosaur tracks. The evolutionists described the track as being carved by local residents, but after the track was examined it was proved to not have been carved.

Also in Antelope Springs Burdick found footprints of a barefoot child, and a sandal print in the same area. Later more footprints, both barefoot and sandalled, were found there.

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