Skip to comments.Calico: A 200,000-year Old Site In The Americas?
Posted on 12/17/2001 2:22:22 PM PST by blam
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For a new species of human? Point me in the direction of just one. You know me. Shoot, I'll check it out.
That's way to big a leap for me. The geology of the earth does not support it. The continents continue to move today at about the same rate that your fingernails grow.
Better than a dogmatist.
Of that I am positive.~ggg~ Am straying out of my field of interest with this one, but I'll see what I can come up with after the relatives leave...
TIME UPSIDE DOWN
Footprints Tell Tales
Distinct left and right foot impressions were found, each with five toes and with a distinct arch. The prints could not have been carved since some of the tracks were still partly covered by higher sandstone strata. Other prints have been reported in nearby areas, but further information is lacking (CRSQ , 1970, 7:4, p.207).
Polished stone artifacts and projectile points were also discovered. The prints are now dated at about 3000 B.C. on the basis of C14 tests, but this forces a considerable number of catastrophic events in a very short time period. Since various fossilized animal bones and mastodon remains have been found in strata above the human prints, the conclusion then is forced that the mastodon lived into very recent times. Near the city of San Raphael other human and animal tracks were found, including a sandal print which is now in the museum at Harvard (Victoria Institute , 1886, 22:148-152; Archaeology , 26 [April 1973], 146-147).
Excavation of tracks show a compressed layer pattern underneath as one would expect if they are genuine. A scientist who did not examine the evidence ruled out the possibility that the tracks were human. A professor of medicine from the Unversity of Illinois examined the tracks and was convinced that they were genuine (CRSQ , 1970, 7:3, p.142; 1970, 7:4, p.246; Ryals, undated). Some years later at least some of the supposed human tracks were definitely shown to be dinosaur tracks. In the past 20 years many additional discoveries have been made to add to the controversy. Many books and articles treat these finds, both for and against their authenticity.
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Dang stumpy, how old are you? lol.
Yes, pretty much the same thing. You probably saw the sign on the hill from the USMC depot at Barstow?
It will be a bitterly opposed revolution and will depend on young archaeologistswho are trying to make names for themselves because the older ones will fight bitterly to suppress any discoveries that question their own assumptions. Archaeologists are some of the very most "religious" of scientists in that for them all knowledge is "received" as with an original "revelation" that cannot be challenged but can only be elucidated.
Yup. Archaeology/anthropology in the Americas are already in revolt. Monte Verde broke the mold....and if the underwater site (2200 ft) off the coast of Cuba proves to be human, the flood gates are open. (World history will be rewritten)
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