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The hammer’s head, made of more than 96% iron, is far more pure than anything nature could have achieved without an assist from modern technology
Originally posted by simples
reply to post by RuneSpider
the iron was forged 500 million years ago.
freak occurrence in nature?
i dont know.
Cole also noted that the hammer is of "recent American historic style," and concluded that it was probably a 19th century miner's hammer. Others have suggested that it might be a metal working hammer, and that the protrusion on one end of the head might have once contained a leather or wood cap that has since weathered away (Helfinstine and Roth, 1994). Perhaps further research will clarify its actual use and precise age.
Originally posted by coolottie
Everyone wants to debunk everything because they can not except that what they were taught was not fact.
There were also some footprints found with dino prints. As the announcement was being made two anthropologists went to the site and were caught taking a steel bar to destroy the clearest print.