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Forbidden Archaeology : masterpiece of science

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Tom Hebert
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« on: March 18, 2007, 06:29:34 am »

yeah we do need more evidence to prove that man is millions of years older than thought..  but I dont actually assume that man is millions of years old . Forbidden Archaeology does lean that way but they don't actually say it is enough evidence to draw a conclusion yet either .

The main revelation of that book is that the scietific standards of archaeologists in the late 19th century and up to the present have not been so dispassionate or logical as they would like to believe and that the standard view may well be wrong .Personally I do think the standard view of our antiquity is wrong but cant say how old we really are or fill in any of the details .. We simply dont know .

The academics are too hasty by insisting on an answer now .... a bit like the climatologists concerning global warming ,, but dont get me started on that . Roll Eyes

Hi Mark,

I came to a similar conclusion when I read the book.  Either man is older than we thought OR perhaps the world is younger than we thought.  Or maybe we just don't know how stable our planet has been over the past eons.

I know that when they carbon dated the Great Pyramid, they found that the upper part was older than the lower part!  This was, of course, explained away, but shouldn't that send up a red flag somewhere?  This would be an example of what Cremo calls "filtered knowledge."  If something looks impossible according to our current theory, it must be impossible!

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