Skip to comments.Researchers: Ancient human remains found in Israel
Posted on 12/28/2010 9:05:38 AM PST by Immerito
Israeli archaeologists said Monday they may have found the earliest evidence yet for the existence of modern man, and if so, it could upset theories of the origin of humans.
A Tel Aviv University team excavating a cave in central Israel said teeth found in the cave are about 400,000 years old and resemble those of other remains of modern man, known scientifically as Homo sapiens, found in Israel. The earliest Homo sapiens remains found until now are half as old.
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sad that Israel has succumbed to Darwinist pseudoscience.
Love that it's in Israel.
The next one they find will be a million years old. The likely cause of death: Man-made global warming.
Found it right next to Adam's Apple!
And when you lift the apple you find the lost copy of Obama’s birth certificate. It’s been through the same test ‘aging’ process as this body I guess.
Ping. I thought you would be interested in this for your gods, graves, glyphs list.
what exactly are you insinuating? That evolution is “pseudoscience”?
Southern Baptist seminary president Albert Mohler said it best: Evolutionary theory stands at the base of moral relativism and the rejection of traditional morality. If human beings are not made in the image of God, and if the entire cosmos is nothing more than a freakish accident, morality is nothing but a mirage and human beingscosmic accidents that we areare free to negotiate whatever moral arrangement seems best to us at any given time. Human life has no inherent dignity, morality has no objective basis, and we are alone in the universe to eat drink and be merry before our bones join the fossil record and we pass from existence. — Albert Mohler, 2004
I’m sure the Arabs will soon claim that these teeth belonged to the first Palestinian.
So the pastor is saying that the fossils found were faked?
That the scientists who dated them lied? That the universe is only 6000 years old?
I’ll take the scientists’ word for it before I’d believe a Southern Baptist.
Im sure the Arabs will soon claim that these teeth belonged to the first Palestinian.
Lost when he exploded his bomb belt...
Did first humans come out of Middle East and not Africa?...
Daily Mail | December 27, 2010 | Matthew Kalman
Posted on 12/27/2010 4:13:51 PM PST by decimon
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Could this prove that our ancient ancestors had teeth? A lot more information needed to justify the headline, but certainly an important discovery.
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