In a remarkable find, archeologists have discovered tools buried by a Toba volcanic eruption 74,000 years ago in Northern India. Of course, where scientists see evidence of humans in the 15,000 years before earlier estimates, creationists see a pile of old tools and a gross miscalculation since the Earth is only 5000 years old.
Project director Michael Petraglia, Senior Research Fellow in the School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford, insists “this suggests that human populations were present in India prior to 74,000 years ago, or about 15,000 years earlier than expected based on some genetic clocks.” How foolish. What it really suggests that is his calculations are roughly 70,000 years off. According to new polls of Texans, he would be better off looking for evidence of man domesticating dinosaurs and maintaining dinosaur ranches, here. Those dinosaurs wranglers must have been something to behold. I guess that is why so many cowboys are still named Rex.
Petraglia needs to study Palintology or get a master’s degree from the new Creationist Science graduate program in Texas, here.
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