posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 09:14 AM
reply to post by MarioOnTheFly
On simple science matters and the like, wikipedia is a perfectly acceptable and reliable source.
But I would be interested in hearing where and when they used to carbon date dinosaur bones? Was it before or after they stopped using tree rings to
determine climate conditions during the Cretaceous?
And back on subject: if ever any evidence is forthcoming to suggest that these hills have been altered by humans other than during known periods of
occupation then I am sure we'll all be very interested. But so far, all we have is evidence that people have lived on and around the hills of
thousands of years and left various remains. And that the hills themselves are comprised of varying layers of sedimentary rock. Which we knew all
They so far appear to be no more altered than thousands of other hills around the world on which earthworks have been built or platforms dug or mines
and quarries excavated. Including my local hills, the Malverns.