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Originally posted by JBA2848
reply to post by Gwampo
There would still be signs of the knuckle. The bone is to round and straight to be any where near a knuckle. And if not near the knuckle then where is the hollow bone marror core? It looks solid to me.
Were there giants in Egypt? Very few people have gotten the finger ever seen photos that were taken in 1988 in the land of pharaohs and pyramids. In size to a matching body should have been about five meters tall ...
A German newspaper "Bild" published these exclusive pictures today.
Object recently found in old collections of fossils from Axel Heiberg Island in the Canadian Arctic, far above the arctic circle. It appears to be a "fossilized human finger", not unlike ones previously recorded from Creataceous age strata in Texas by Dr. Carl Baugh of the Creataceous Evidences Museum .The new fossil dates from about 100 to 110 million years ago, also from the geologic time evolutionists call the "Creataceous Period". The specimen is known by the designation "DM93-083". The x-ray side view shows dark areas that are interpreted as the interior parts of the bones and bone marrow. These areas have less density than the surrounding stones, and therefore more easily pass X-rays, causing darkening of the image.
This petrified finger found in cretaceous limestone, belonged to a "prehistoric" human. Broken short of the middle joint, it measures 7.6 cm (3 inches). At full length it would measure about 15 cm (6 inches). In the photo, it is compared to a regular full-length finger. Excavations of this limestone has also revealed a child's tooth and human hair.