I meant the tip of the iceberg in that it is the only one of the many evidences we have discussed in-depth. Remember, it isn't the tip of the iceberg that sinks the ship .
Dinosaurs and humans coexisting is a fascinating topic, well worth your time to study. www.genesispark.org is a good rescource for that.
Your close-mindedness is astonishing.
In a lot of areas, "science" travels over into the realm of philosophy (often without even knowing it). Even if the Ica stones are not enough for you, the linked website above has lots of even better evidence (assuming you won't immediately discard it or write it off as fake because it conflicts with your accepted paradigm of history). I came to the BioLogos forum thinking that I would be given a fair hearing, but all of you (well, maybe most) seem so convinced of your correctness that you hardly listen when I tell you something otherwise. You immediately write off or explain away any evidence for dinosaurs and humans coexisting because you are blinded by your own worldview of evolution, and primeval dinosaur extinction. Don't be the ostrich sticking your head in the sand! Actually seek out evidence against your worldview, try to find what's true (why do you think I came here in the first place?) I would strongly encourage you to do some in-depth research into dinosaurs and man. Not stopping with relief when you see the evidence seemingly refuted by a Wikipedia article.
There is more to the "word of the hoaxers" than meets the eye. I would encourage you to investigate this further. Regarding the Ica Stones, I would still encourage you to read Dr. Swift's book...assuming you are open minded enough to give it a shot.
I am glad you find the stones interesting. The fact that you had not heard of them is once again proof for the point that the academy sometimes "covers up" things that are still too controversial (National Geographic wouldn't touch a topic that makes a strong case for the coexistence of dinosaurs and humans with a 29 1/2 ft. long pole). Someday I hope that science will actually take a serious look at these many artifacts, but sadly, I only see this happening in the distant future...
P.S: I could give some scriptural evidence for dinosaurs and humans coexisting, but I doubt it would change much, considering your very low esteem for the Bible.