You would then have to find a preserved one then wouldn't you?<quoted text>Then modern male leatherback turtles should always be found at the bottom, along with all the biggest dinos because they never go on land and sink like a rock when they're dead. Simply not the case.
Mary Magdalena wrote, "Second, men and dinosaurs foot tracks in the same ledge rock in many places around the world."
Simply not the case. There are no modern fossils buried with dinosaurs, period.
Mary Magdalena wrote, "Men named the different layers of mud not God."
Doesn't matter. What God did with the layers does. There's no evidence God ever made a global flood. In fact there's no scientific evidence of a God at all.
Meaning that IF such a being exists, it did things VERY different to what you think it did. And you are therefore rejecting God's creation for the sake of idolizing an ancient religious book written by superstitious men thousands of years ago. Hence you are committing the sin of idolatry.
Mary Magdalena wrote, "Christians know that a layer of mud does not mean millions of years of dust settling."
Mary Magdalena wrote, "Animals have to be buried fast in order to be fossilized."
In order for animals to be fossilized as fast as you need them to be, the same forces would also rip them to shreds leaving us with nothing to fossilize. But then you have no concept of catastrophism.
Mary Magdalena wrote, "You always hear of huge mixes of fossilized dinosaurs bones, like what a flood might leave behind. "
Floods, yes. One big global flood, no. Because one big global flood would not leave ANYTHING behind. Including Noah and his buddies on his dinky little boat. All gone bye bye. Meaning none of us are here to be able to talk about it.
Oh wait - we ARE here.
Therefore there was no global flood.
Turtle were in little danger from the flood. They did not die in mass numbers from the flood. So you will not find them with the dinosaurs.