Carbon dating hominids

29 Aug

(*#2/28 From Ape to Man*) Evolutionists teach two variant theories regarding man’s direct ancestor: (1) man and ape came from a common ancestor about 5-20 million years ago; (2) man descended from an ape. (*#4/4 Cro-Magnon and Rhodesian Man*) In 1868 a cave was discovered at Les Eyzies, in the Dordogne area of France.

if man is essentially the same as he was a million years ago, then why did he only begin leaving writings, buildings, and artifacts during no more than the last few thousand years? In the local dialect, cro-magnon means "big hole." A number of skeletons have been found there, and have been hailed as the great "missing link" between man and ape. This means they had more brains than men have today.

You will find them, plus much more, on our website: Huxley, said they belonged to people and did not prove evolution. Many scientists today recognize that they had bowed legs due to rickets, caused by a lack of sunlight.

In the previous chapter (Fossils and Strata), we examined the supposed evidences for the past evolution of plants and animals. In 1886, two similar skulls were found at Spy, Belgium.

Canine diastemas [spaces opposite large canines] are characteristic of the jaws of baboons, gorillas and monkeys.

(4) The neck hinge is at the back on man, but at the front on the ape.

Why does human history only go back less than 5,000 years "The search for the proverbial ‘missing link’ in man’s evolution, that holy grail of a never-dying sect of anatomists and biologists, allows speculation and myth to flourish as happily today as they did fifty years ago and more."— *Sir Solly Zukerman, "Myth and Method in Anatomy," in Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (1966), Vol. Not only did they have some excellent artists among them, but they also kept astronomy records.

Inside they found limb bones, pelvis, ribs, and a skull cap.

They only have a few crude stone and bamboo tools, and no weapons.

Some of these peoples have lost a knowledge of agriculture and the making of weapons, tools, or houses.