Engineering Principles by Ancient Humans

Evolutionists have determined that ancient humans not only used stone tools, but engineered them. This is surprising to them, but fits the expectations of biblical creationists.

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen 

A reader of The Question Evolution Project on Fazebook sent me a link to an article about the use of stone tools by "our ancestors". It was an interesting report about how ancient humans apparently used different stone tools for different jobs. I know the feeling because the other day, I had to drill some holes in our metal-plated door. It seems that the set of bits I had were intended for wood, so I had no results (except the one that broke and I never found the other end). When I put a tungsten drill bit in, things were much better. Those folks engineered and made different tools for various jobs. Some were heavy duty, some were for lighter work.

The report was infested with obsequious fawning to Darwin, presupposing evolution, and unsubstantiated millions of years, including the ridiculously loaded word hominins. The action took place at a hotbed of evolutionary storytelling inspirations, the Olduvai Gorge. That's where they got H. habilis and other "ape-like ancestors", conveniently neglecting lack of evidence and the fact that humans have a great amount of variation even today.

What is even more interesting to this child is that this research fits in quite nicely with the biblical timeline. Creationists believe that humans were intelligent from creation, not just stupid brutes that had not yet learned to think way back when. Darwin's acolytes were presenting Neanderthals are partially evolved things but they had to admit that Neanderthals were fully human and very intelligent — we even have their DNA! So this report should be of no surprise to biblical creationists, but evolutionists are puzzled.

If'n y'all want to have a look-see at the Darwin-fawning article, keep an eye out for the dodgy words and phrases. To see it, click on "Early humans revealed to have engineered optimized stone tools at Olduvai Gorge".

We use computers so much that it’s easy to forget that they’ve only been around for about 70 years. But the most brilliantly engineered machines cannot even come close to the complexity and construction of the human brain.