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Originally posted by fixer1967
I remember reading about a shoe print that was found and dated to be thousands of years old but the problem was it was made by a modern day work boot. I have tried to find something on the net about it but as yet have not. Maybe some one else can back me up on this. The past is full of such things that are hidden for us.
Originally posted by dangerish
Help me out here guys..........
(09 Jun) At Morrisonville, Illinois, a length of chain is found when a large lump of coal is broken open.
At Thomas, Oklahoma, two employees of the Municipal Electric Plant use a sledge to break up a chunk of coal too large for the furnace. An iron pot topples out from the center of the lump, leaving an impression in the coal. The coal had been mined near Wilberton, Oklahoma.
If something is found inside coal, doesnt that mean it's over 200 MILLION years old!?
Originally posted by genius/idoit
I agree,I think any debunkers should start with the Piri Reis Map
..... At left is an azimuthal equidistant map centered on 0, 0. The fit of Africa and Spain is far better and the fit with Brazil is surprisingly good. Features on the South American coast down to southern Brazil can be identified with certainty. Beyond that, though, the map is fantasy. It doesn't match either South America or Antarctica very well.
Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
thats interesting info no doubt but where is the evidence??? Anybody can make a list of things. without picture or video its just hearsay.