A man from Texas is saying hs found fossils from Noah’s flood in his backyard. Is it true? And what does it mean?
It’s an eye-boggling discovery. Wayne Propst claims that he has found fossils from Noah’s flood in his back yard in Texas. But he’s not the only one making the claim. The director of an anti-science museum says that Propst is right.
Propst was laying dirt in the garden outside his home when he bent down and discovered some tiny snail fossils. He and his aunt believe that the fossils that they have found come from Noah’s flood as it is described in Genesis.
Genesis states that Noah’s ark was built large enough to hold a male and female of every species of animal in the world in order to save them from floods.
The Propst family is extremely excited about this discovery. Wayne says, “From Noah’s flood to my front yard, how much better can it get?” Wayne said.
Wanting to substantiate his claim, Propst sent the fossils to Joe Taylor, the curator and director of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton, Texas. Taylor is a self-claimed expert in Noah’s flood and does not believe in the theory of evolution. He analysed the fossils and said that they do indeed come from Noah’s flood.
James Sagebiel, collections manager of Texas Vertebrate Paleontology Collection, states that the fossils are 35-40 million years old.
Other researchers have pointed out that evidence shows that Noah’s flood actually happened in the Middle East and that there is no scientific evidence to suggest that the flood covered the whole world.
Taylor believes that among other animals Noah took dinosaurs on his ark, but researchers believe that this would be impossible.