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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Evolutionary Ancestors Reassessed Time and Timeline Again

Evolutionary presuppositions seem to be like angry snakes because they keep biting their handlers over and over. Evolutionary anthropologists and paleontologists assume that evolution is true, that the earth is billions of years old, that ancient humans were stupid brutes &c. The more they learn about ancient humans, the more they realize that not only were they fully human and not some silly semi-simians (interbreeding is a strong indication of this fact), and they had greater capabilities (such as advanced cave painting skills) than they were expected to have.

1907(?), PD
Yet again, evolutionists are startled by discoveries. Early humans used spears and showed signs of culture. If they would drop their failed presuppositions and use the biblical timeline, they would come to vastly different (and much more realistic) conclusions that do not need constant revision to be force-fit into their timelines.
Researcher says, “It just goes to show that the easiest way to be wrong in paleoanthropology is to underestimate our ancestors’ abilities.” Back 300,000 years ago in the human evolution timeline, our ancestors were supposed to be too brutish to organize, plan, and hunt with sophisticated tools. That all changed in 1995 when archaeologists began excavating remains near a lignite mine east of Hanover, Germany, called the Schöningen site. “I didn’t believe it at first,” one archaeologist said, when he was told spear points dating back 400,000 years were found there. Although the dates were later revised downward to 300,000 years, that’s still too early for early humans to have exhibited the technology coming to light with ongoing research, Michael Balter reports in Science Magazine. Feel the power of falling paradigms:
You can finish the startling news at "German Early-Man Site Shocks Archaeologists with Improbable Dates". 

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