I hope the museum will be able to answer some questions for me, and I'll focus only on the idea that man co-existed with dinosaurs :
1) if man co-existed with dinos, where is the evidence? I'm talking human bones in with dino bones, or the remains of dinos in old human settlements, dino bones with obvious human activity marks (cutting, scraping etc), artifacts made of dino bones. And, dont bother me with a single dubious "footprint" in sediments for which there are other credible explanations.
2) How did Noah fit all the dinos on the ark? It must have been massive by any standards, and it was supposed to have been built of wood.
3) What wiped out the dinos? If it was so catastrophic to them why not to humans? Perhaps it was because Noah didn't get them onto the ark at all, so the Bible is wrong?
4) What happened to the water dwelling dinos during the great flood? If other water dwelling animals survived, why did they not?
5)Why does none of the ancient rock art anywhere in the world feature dinosaurs? Some of it is easily old enough to have been done by Adam and Eve's close relatives.
6) How did humans cope with animals that the evidence suggests, were fast moving carnivores that lived and hunted in packs?
7) Why were none of the dinosaur species domesticated for food, protection, transport etc.
As soon as someone comes up with substantial credible evidence that humans co-existed with dinosaurs, I'll believe it.
You see, Science is about first collecting evidence, and then formulating theories that explain what the evidence means and how the pieces of evidence are connected. ( ever heard of alternative theories as to why giraffes have long necks? ) Then, when further evidence is collected, the theory is modified to accomodate it. The key here is the word THEORY. The THOERY of evolution fits the evdience best.
ID is not a science, it is much more as it is based on faith. ID starts with an assumption that the Bible is the absolute source of all truth. Then evidence is collected to support that belief. This is not the way the scientific method works.
So, I challenge ID'ers to answer my questions coherently and without referring to the Bible, God, Jesus or any other deity or religious tome.
There are probably plenty of further questions other posters will think of.