Carbon Dating Conundrum

From the archives. A report of 2012 : 30 years ago, archeologist Steen-McIntyre finds human bones in Mexico that turned out to carbon-date/Uranium-date at 250,000 to 400,000 years old…
Before It’s News

The whole thing got swept under the rug because who can afford to rewrite all those textbooks that say that 12,000 year old Clovis man was the earliest in the Americas?

An interview:
UFOTV® Presents : SUPPRESSED: New Evidence of Early Man

Even this site has something about it.
wikipedia

Now, was America inhabitated by humans for much longer than thought? Or is the dating methodology crap? Or are these bones human at all? I don’t know…

Human remains or tools from 300,000 years ago would not be THAT outrageous – 20 km from my hometown Brunswick, in a lignite pit near the village Schöningen, the 300,000 year old Schöningen Spears were found. They now have their own museum in the village.

Proof that Northern Europe was inhabitated by humans before it was all covered in ice.

Update APR 22 and answer to Yonason (for some reason wordpress doesn’t post comments by me from this computer.):

yonason: “One thing I’ve always been puzzled about is what possessed early man to build with humongous stones – and doing it at roughly the same time, often using similar technology, at the time all over the world with no apparent contact with each other.”

Well one example, old Egyptians – were absolute masters of navigating the Nile and using it for bulk cargo transport yet – Egyptologists claim – have never even tried to navigate the seas – even though the Mediterranean is rather easy to navigate…

If any culture had it extremely easy to learn how to seafare it was the Egyptians – with the Mediterranean and the Read Sea as playgrounds.

And, coca traces were found in tombs. So the official story of no international cargo transport before say Columbus is wrong. Oceans are CONNECTING , not SEPARATING cultures – for thousands and thousands of years.

The Toltecs left behind lots of sculptured heads; which look like they come from all kinds of human populations. Was the Toltec Empire an international trading hub?
Toltec Heads at google images

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3 thoughts on “Carbon Dating Conundrum”

  1. It’s a shame that inquisitive scientists are so often vilified for advancing new evidence based hypotheses, just because the establishment gets nervous when their paradigms are questioned. I don’t have to tell you how AGW-ologists have circled the wagon round their house of cards. Another e.g., is Darwinism, increasingly coming under fire by otherwise mainstream scientists: like Dennis Nobel, Lynn Margulis, James Shapiro, and increasing number of others.
    http://www.thethirdwayofevolution.com/people

    As if that’s not bad enough, the result is often that UFO-ologists and/or other faith based believers hijack important findings, constructing fantastic narratives around them, for which there isn’t the faintest evidence, thereby further obscuring the facts.

    One thing I’ve always been puzzled about is what possessed early man to build with humongous stones – and doing it at roughly the same time, often using similar technology, at the time all over the world with no apparent contact with each other.

    And why did they and apparently their ancestors have the same alphabet?
    …. http://frontiers-of-anthropology.blogspot.com/2014/08/geometric-signs-from-genevieve-von.html
    …. https://www.ted.com/talks/genevieve_von_petzinger_why_are_these_32_symbols_found_in_ancient_caves_all_over_europe?language=en
    And what were they writing about?

    Guess we’ll have to wait till the research is permitted, and funded to the extent it deserves.

    Thanks for the info on Schöningen Spears
    http://archive.archaeology.org/9705/newsbriefs/spears.html
    It requires explanation.

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  2. 2 things:

    1. Could you see if you can dig my comment out of wherever pending comments go when they have too many links. It’s this one (if that’s any help)..
    https://dirkhblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/carbon-dating-conundrum/comment-page-1/#comment-53
    Thanks

    2. On the lighter side, I’ve figured out how they “built” this.

    My theory is that they were really a race of midgets who wanted to scare away their enemies, so they just carved lines in the existing stone to make it look as if they had piled giant blocks of weird shapes and got them to perfectly align, a little like this vinyl stuff.

    Invaders come; take one look at the wall; get scared of the monsters they think live on the other side, and leave in a hurry.

    My evidence? Aramu Muru.

    So, whatd’ya think? 🙂

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    1. PS – I hope you realize I was at least partially joking.

      Anyway, gotta go away for a week or two, so posting is on hold till I get back.

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