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Out of Place Artifacts


Out of Palace Artifacts, called ooparts for short are human and some times animal artifacts found in places contrary to Evolution and Uniformitarian Geology. They include human artifact that dated by uniformitarian methods, as more than 1 million years and human ruins more than 10 thousand years.

Disclaimer: This article refers to dates in terms of millions or billions of years, but they are based Evolution and  uniformitarian methods, but in reality these artifacts help falsify these dates.


Out of Place Human Foot prints.


Laetoli Footprints

The Laetoli Footprints were discovered by Marry Leaky in 1976. They are very Human like, but classified as belonging to Australopithecus afarensis because the rock was dated at 3 million years, even though no bones found at site. This led to human feet being placed on Australopithecus, before any foot bones were ever found.

The discovery of "Little Foot" ( Fossil Stw 573 ) changed that. It had the first Australopithecus foot bones ever  found. It had four articulating foot bones. The joints in the foot bones showed the flexibility that suggests it was capable of grasping limbs, like chimpanzee's does and totally unlike human foot.

Simply put Australopithecus could not have made the Laetoli Footprints so they were probably human.


Out of Palace Human Remains

Buenos Aires Skull.

In 1896 a human skull was found at Buenos Aires by workers excavating a dry dock.  It was found below the bed of the river La Plata, in rock at a depth of 36 feet, .  The skull was given to Mr. Junor, the workers supervisor. Information on the skull was given to the Argentine paleontologist Florentino who classified as, the Early Pleistocene dating is a 1.0 - 1.5 million years.

The main source of criticism is that the skull was not found in place by a scientist. Some finds accepted by paleoanthropologists as genuine have the same problem. The Heidelberg jaw, was discovered by a workman in a sand pit in Germany and turned over to a foreman, who brought it to the attention of a local professor.

Many Homo Erectus specimens from Java were found by Javanese laborers, when no scientists were present at the sites.


Guadeloupe woman.

In a discovery authenticated by the British Museum, a fully human skeleton was discovered in 1812. The skeleton was complete except for the feet and head. It was found on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe inside extremely hard limestone. It belonged to a woman about 5 foot 2 inches tall.  Based on modern geological dating methods it was dated at 28 million years. The two ton limestone block, containing Guadeloupe Woman. were put on exhibit in the British Museum in 1812 as proof of the Genesis Flood. However in 1881, the exhibit was quietly taken down to the basement and hidden there.Sadly there is no way way of confirming this report.


Out of Palace Ruins

Lost city found off Indian coast

These ruins are probably post Flood. They seem to have been built during the post Flood ice age. What they clearly show is that man was building cites during the ice age. This would be expected if there had been a short ice age following the Flood.


Underwater city off the coast of cuba

Because these ruins are at a depth of about 2,200 feet, they would have been under water during the post Flood ice age. This make it a candidate for a pre Flood city. The geologic activity during the Flood could have easily dropped it to its current depth.


Out of Palace Technology

Metallic Vase from Precambrian Rock

In Scientific America, June 5,1852 it was reported that while blasting rock in Meeting House Hill, in Dorchester Massachusetts. Among the large amount of rock that were thrown out was a metallic vessel. It had been broken in two parts that formed a bell shaped vessel. It was 2.5 inches high, 6.5 inches at the base and 2.5 inches at the top, it was zinc colored with six figures on the side. The U.S. geological survey dates the rock at 600+ million years.


Concrete Wall found in Coal

Coal mine worker Atlas Almon Mathis has reported that in 1928 while working in Coal mine #5, located 2 miles North of  Heavener, Oklahoma. He was about 2 miles below the Earth blasting coal loose in room 24. According to Mr. Mathis The next morning they found several  smooth concrete blocks that were 12 inches cubed and smoothly polished on all 6 sides. When these blocks cracked open they were normal concrete inside.

Following a cave-in; that the miners narrowly escaped; a solid wall of these bricks was reviled. About 100-150 feet away another wall was found. The miners were then pulled from the mine and company officers forbid them from talking about it. The crew was then moved to mine #24, and mine #5 was shutdown. The coal is classified as Carboniferous and  dated at 286 million years.


There are many more accounts of artifacts found in coal.

Miners from before the age of machine mining have often told of  finding artifacts as they mined coal with pick and shovel. They would often keep them. Unfortunately verifying these claims are often impossible, so they are dismissed by evolutionists as antidotal, particularly sense far too often the artifacts are not available. Often there is no way of confirming that they actually were found in coal, and there in lies the real problem with such artifacts.


Conclusions

These artifacts are inconstant with Evolution and inconsistent with the assumptions of the Geologic Column. Sense the Geologic Column is the bases for all old age dating; in that all old age dates are correlated to the Geologic Column; If legitimate they effectively falsify all dating base on the Geologic Column. They are consistent with a recently created Earth and a global flood.


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A Science Odyssey: You Try It: Human Evolution: Fossil

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