Johnv asked me why we don't find fossils of dinosaurs with fossils of humans. 1. How many human fossils are there? VERY few. They are found in entirely different places than the large dinosaur fossils. The large dinos required the humidity and water of the steamy river valleys that existed after the Babel incident. Before that, after the Flood, there was enough water and humidity everywhere that they did not have to congregate only in those special spots. However right after the Flood it was the humans who were looking for habitable areas, and those would not have been where the dinosaurs were most comfortable. 2. Very little except marine animals and plants have ever been fossilized. Therefore, to use the evolution canard, lack of evidence is not evidence of lack! 3. There are eyewitness records from men of large dinosaurs, often referred to as dragons, right up until the Middle Ages. Gilgamesh, Beowulf, and the records of Alexander the Great all include dragons. Chinese records and drawings include them. They are seen in Australian caves, Roman pottery and various other places around the world. This is the only field I am aware of where eyewitness accounts mean nothing because dinosaurs are not 'supposed' to be contemporaneous with man. But they were.