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Originally posted by stirling
With several methods of dating accomplished, it would apear that humans ihabited mexic at least 250,000 yrs ago....
The Smithsonian archaeology cover up is many decades old....a lot of people would loose tenure should this fact become well known.......12000 yrs is not much comparatively, and shows how grudgingly the real age of human habitation is being allowed out.
Science is the product of human beings who are apt to lie to preserve their comfort zone, both physical and mental...edit on 15-1-2013 by stirling because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by HomerinNC
While driving around today, I noticed a landmark sign that instantly grabbed my attention:
10,000 years BC!!!
This stunned and floored me, we have artifacts that predate modern civilization by about 4,000 years here in the USA, and in North Carolina no less!
I stopped in the Badin Museum, and spoke to one of the volunteers there, I wanted to see this site.
Unfortunately, due to its being on private land, I wasnt going to be getting access , but I looked at their artifact exhibits, and had to snap a pic of this:
This grooved axehead, if we go along with modern archaeologists, is older then the pyramids, but my feeling is the pyramids are far far older then that.
The volunteer and I talked for a little bit and he agrees, our civilization is much older then stated.
I remember reading that the native americans came over to the americas about 10,000 years ago, during the last ice age, crossing the Bearing Strait. Artifacts found at this site included 3 fluted Clovis Points, which were first discovered in Clovis New Mexico
With this in mind, the volunteer thinks the indians might have migrated SOUTH to NORTH, not NORTH to SOUTH.
So how have they come to the Americas? Did they come over in boats?
Of course I have my own ideas, but thats for another discussion
You can find out more about the Hardaway site here:
From the EMMY AWARD WINNING Producers of "The Mystery of the Sphinx" and the Producers of "The Mysterious Origins of Man" comes a new ground breaking film about "New Evidence of Early Man: SUPPRESSED." What happens when scientific evidence conflicts with theory? In the early sixties, discoveries were made in Central Mexico, which were the handiwork of early man. Exquisitely carved animal bones and advanced spear points caused much excitement, including a Life Magazine article, until the dates came in. 5 mutually exclusive geological tests revealed they were over 250,000 years old. In spite of the geochronology, archaeologists insisted the dates were too ridiculously old.
This world-class archaeological region became off-limits for official research, a "professional forbidden zone."
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Although the theory of radiocarbon dating is interesting, there are several inherent problems with the process. The first of these problems is the fact that the original ratio of carbon and radioactive carbon is unknown. The second problem is that the possibility of contamination of the sample over time is quite high. The older the sample the higher the probability of contamination, in fact! What this means is that using carbon dating to date very old samples is really quite impractical given our current level of knowledge and technological capabilities.
While carbon dating continues to be considered by many as a viable way of obtaining authoritative dates for a wide range of artifacts and remains, there is much room for error in the process. Even the use of accelerator mass spectrometry to analyze the relative levels of carbon and radioactive carbon has resulted in flawed determinations. It is not uncommon for different laboratories to determine quite different ages for the same artifact! While some of this deviation could possibly be explained by contamination or erred methodology in the labs themselves, it is apparent that the problems with carbon dating are much more complex than that.
Originally posted by HomerinNC
reply to post by blindIo
like I said, whats taught in schools is they migrated over from asia across the Bering Strait during the last ice age and went south, now its being found out they went from south to NORTH