Any mass fossil graveyard in the creationists' eyes is the work of Noah's Flood, never mind the real factors behind the mass graveyards, such as the mass bodies of animals drowned in a failed attempt to cross a river at flood stage, gradually accumulating in one spot over periods of time in a scenario similar to the annual wildebeest migration. Nope, they don't want that.
Instead, creationists would rather have all mass graveyards be the work of Noah's Flood. That way they can go about, accusing evolutionists of not seeing the fictional evidence for the Flood while making everyone to see only their side of the issue of science and origins and convince them to ignore the fact that there's nothing to see in the fossil record that confirms their 6,000 year beliefs to be true, so they can win as many converts as possible and swindle them of their cash to add to their big, fat pocketbooks.
This idiot article from CMI is an example of how Creationist Taz Walker behaves like Don Quixote by claiming that paleontologists, who found a mass dinosaur graveyard in eastern Spain, just couldn't see Noah's Flood for the sediment in the rock. How can they when there's no trace of Noah's Flood found in the sediment? And that the only thing scientists could see for the sediment is volcanic eruptions, local flooding, drought, desert terrain, arctic regions, everything in the fossil record that's made up of everything but Noah's Flood.
Still, Walker doesn't care. Like his comrades, all he care about is giving science a bad name and spread false notions around of "evolutionists" being entirely wrong and creationists being entirely right in everything they say concerning everything in science, religion, history, archeology, and especially the fossil record where this particular massive dinosaur graveyard was discovered in May of 2007 and dated to about 70 million years old during the Maastrichtian Stage, the final stage of the Cretaceous Period and the Dinosaur Age.
At the start of the article, when National Geographic announced the discovery of the mass graveyard, Walker is reminded about a dinosaur book he looked at the other day (Like that's gonna help him convince others of his stupid 6,000 year old lie!) that has scenes each with hidden objects found in them. The object of the scene is to find all the objects in the picture. It's a lot like the popular children's book Where's Waldo?, where one can spend hours trying to find Waldo in a scene filled with crowded people on every page. The fossil record is such a book where one can look inside the sediment for fossils that are very easy to find in some cases while in other cases they're very difficult to find. But, this is not what Walker is referring to. Instead, he's referring to what Walker claims the paleontologists don't see for the find— the fictitious story of the worldwide flood.
The book according to Walker reminds him of the fossil graveyard in which he claims,
"…preserves a vivid story of a watery catastrophe but the scientists don't seem to see the implications. It speaks of animals buried by an unusual, large-scale flood, a flood that reminds me of the biblical deluge. But although the report describes the devastation in graphic detail, the earth-shattering significance seems to waft over their heads. The paleontologists don't register a spark of recognition."
In other words, paleontologists, according to Walker, are purposely overlooking the evidence of Noah's Flood in the fossil graveyard. No, Walker. It's not that they're overlooking the evidence for the Flood, they're just simply finding no trace of evidence for it. Otherwise, if Noah's Flood did occurred and that all 8,000 varieties of different animals did lived at the same time as claimed, they would've over-crowded the entire area without space in between. Every study of mass fossil graves indicate that the graves were formed gradually over many periods of time and that every fossil they found come from animals that each lived in separate periods of time and that the fossils all came from drowned animals that gradually build up the grave site over many period of time in a scenario very similar to that of the gradual building of mass modern graves of Wildebeest.
If all animals, living and extinct, lived at the same time like what creationists like Walker constantly claimed falsely, then the whole world would have been a massively over-crowded place. If there ever was such a Flood as described by the creationists, all organisms living and extinct, including humans, would have been buried in all layers of rock from top to bottom, but that's not what the fossil record reveals.
Above all, this is what the article is all about— hypocrisy, Walker style. Here, Walker accuses the paleontologists of the things Walker does himself by declaring,
"I think their unquestioning belief in millions of years blinds researchers to the obvious. It's a cultural blind-spot. They imagine these dinosaurs are 70 million years old,.."
Rather, it is evident that creationists' unquestioning belief in thousands of years blinds them to the obvious. The real cultural blind spot is young earth creationism in which its supporters imagine these dinosaurs are 4,500 years old (as old as the pyramids!) and that the fossil record have lots of connections to Noah's Flood while being blind themselves to the exact opposite that clearly debunks their made-up falsehood that falsely claims that the mass graveyards, like the one in Spain, were all formed by Noah's Flood, while it's not at all the case in reality. This is the example of how totally dull and blind young earth creationists are to the truth. Just like Walker, they can't see the Wildebeest-style gradual building of mass graveyards for the sediment!
To learn more about the incredible fossil site and the reality behind it, visit this blog (Note: It's in Portuguese).