Modern Humans

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Evolution Says....

Modern humans (Homo sapiens) first evolved from Neandertals 35,000-40,000 years ago.

The Facts Are .....

Fact #1

Human fossil skulls and bones have been found in anthracite coal. The assessed age of the rock is hundreds of millions of years older than the time when humans are said to have evolved. Science Frontiers, September/October, 1991 p:3

Fact #2

Two fossils, most definitely human, have been found in a copper mine in Moab (Utah, USA). They still had their bones joined together by sinews, and were stained green from the copper ore. The sandstone rock in which the skeletons were found was assessed by evolutionary methods as being 65

million years old, yet evolutionists teach that modern humans evolved less than 100,000 years ago.

Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1973 p:109-110

Fact #3

A 4 cm baked clay figurine was extracted from a well being dug in Nampa (Idaho) in 1889. It was found some 90m below the surface, in so-called Pliocene sediment (2.5-7.0 million years old). The Nampa Image has fallen into disfavour among antiquarians, not because it was thought to be fake, but because evolutionary dogma forbade that an artifact that ancient could have been made by humans.

Scientific American, November 9, 1889; Popular Science Monthly, No. 37, 1890; INFO Journal, Autumn, 1967

Fact #4

A hammer has been found embedded in Ordovician rock in London (Texas, USA), and has been assigned the age of 400-500 million years. The handle of the hammer is wooden, and the head is steel.

An analysis of the head by Batelle Laboratories (USA) indicates that it was not prepared by any known modern process of steel production. Creation Ex Nihilo, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1985 p:14-16 [photos included]

Fact #5

Some man-made items recovered from coal seams include:- (a) a gold chain [1891], (b) an iron thimble [1883], (c) a drill bit or borer [1853], (d) coins [1901], (e) a cuboid-shaped tool [1885], and (f) a carved stone plate bearing the image of a man's face. These discoveries have never been widely announced, as they contradict the evolutionary time-frames for rock formation and human evolution.

(a) Morrisonville Times, June 11, 1891; (b) American Antiquarian, Vol. 5, 1883; (c) Proceedings of the Society of Antiquarians of Scotland, Vol. 1, Part 2, 1853; (d) Strand Magazine, Vol. 21, 1901; (e) INFO Journal, Autumn, 1967; (f) The Daily Bee Newspaper, April 3, 1897

Fact #6

As far back as 1940, scientists have been aware of human footprints in rocks older than the supposed time of human evolution. Prints discovered at that time were assigned to the Carboniferous Age, a time before the theorized evolution of even the dinosaurs. Scientific American, Vol. 162, No. 1, 1940 p:14

Fact #7

Human-like fossil footprints have been discovered in numerous places - eg. at Laetoli (East Africa), at the Paluxy River (Texas), and in Russia. All footprints were found in rock of similar age to those bearing dinosaur fossils, or were discovered near dinosaur tracks. These tracks indicate that humans and dinosaurs were alive at the same time. M.D. Leakey & J.M. Harris (eds), "Laetoli - A Pliocene site in Northern Tanzania", Clarendon Press: London, 1987 p:503-523; Moscow News, No. 24, 1983 p:10; Acts & Facts, April, 1987 p:5

Fact #8

Fossils of trilobites have been found inside fossilized human footprints at several locations. This is impossible according to the evolutionary timetable, as trilobites were supposed to have become extinct some 230 million years before the appearance of humans. W.A. Criswell, "Did Man Just Happen?", Zondervan Pub. Co: Grand Rapids (USA), 1973 p:87; A.E. Wilder-Smith, "The Natural Sciences Know Nothing of Evolution", Master Books: San Diego (USA), 1981 p:166

Fact #9

In Arizona (USA) and Rhodesia (Africa) there are places where dinosaur pictures have been drawn on cave and canyon walls by humans. It would be impossible for a human to draw a dinosaur if dinosaurs died out hundreds of millions of years before humans were supposed to have evolved. Scott M.

Huse, "The Collapse of Evolution", Baker Book House: Grand Rapids (USA), 1983 p:17