The Nicaragua Print

Description: These tracks were discovered by tourists near Lake Managua in Nicaragua.

Mainstream Theory: The strata which the tracks were found in were originally dated at 200,000 years ago, but later revised to 50,000 years.

Alternative Theory: The revision to the date was revised by geologists, not on any evidence, but for the sole reason that humans, according to the mainstream theory of human evolution, had not evolved until 100,000 years later. Because the established theory of human migration is that humans did not inhabit the Americas until 13,000 years go, the date was revised again to about 3,000 years ago based on Carbon-14 dating. This date is problematic as stratas above the footprints include mastadon bones, supposed to have been extinct 12,000 years ago.