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amazing archaeological finds
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10 strange examples.

Take a look.
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Such finds have long been known and talked about among Creationists. They are called "Ooparts" (Out-Of-Place ARTifactS).

Here is a link to a site that discusses these: http://www.s8int.com/index.html

I would definitely go with the explanation that the age dating methods commonly used are wildly inaccurate, because they are based on false assumptions, which lead to circular reasoning used as proofs of great age. Age dating techniques that do not rely on such assumptions include measurements of the amount of helium that has diffused out of zirconium crystals in granite, which is a straightforward measure of how long nuclear decay has been producing helium inside the zirconium. The amount of helium still found in the zirconium, compared to the amount of helium in the atmoshere today, compared to the rate at which helium can be demonstrated to diffuse out of zirconium, all taken together lead to the conclusion that the earth's crustal granite is only on the order of 6,000 to 8,000 years old. Link to peer-reviewed article in Creation Research Society Quarterly, dated June, 2004, by Drs. Russell Humphreys, Steven A. Austin, John R. Baumgardner, and Andrew A. Snelling: http://www.creationresearch.org/crsq/art...lo_res.pdf
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I remember the 1978 NOVA broadcast, debunking Erich von Daniken's Chariots of the Gods.

They did simple forensic research and found the individuals who created ICA Stones on order for the scamming author. The interesting thing is that the scams were done using fairly primitive but contemporaneous techniques and passed all the scientific processes to test authenticity.

This YouTube video explains the Nazca Lines. I haven't found the ICA Stones segment. The images helped the Indiana Jones character design.

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Yes, self-proclaimed debunkers assured everyone that they had discredited all the ICA stones evidence. Except that so many of them were found, in buried locations that credible people have testified were undisturbed for generations, that one has to wonder if a few hoaxes are sufficient to debunk the huge mass of evidence. This is a trick that defenders of the evolution myth frequently resort to--deliberately falsifying some evidence in an effort to discredit all the contrary evidence. But yet let a pro-evolution hoax like Piltdown Man be debunked, and evolutionists just circle the wagons and pretend that something that was taken as proof of the "missing link" for over 40 years until it was revealed to be fraudulent should not be allowed to cast any doubt on the other evidence for evolution. (It is interesting how after the Piltdown Man hoax was exposed when scientists examined the original specimens instead of just plaster cast copies, that all of a sudden several museums claimed that the original specimens on which many other ancient hominids commonly cited in textbooks turned up missing, and were mysteriously lost.)

The authors of the book The Genesis Flood, John C. Whitcomb and Henry Morris, included in their book the testimony of eyewitnesses to the uncovering of dinosaur footprints running parallel with human footprints in the same rock that was uncovered when the Paluxy River near Glenn Rose, Texas, altered its course so sand could be cleared away revealing the foothprints, that an evolutionist/uniformitarian/vast age scientist was there giving his "debunking" testimony to news people, and absolutely refused to simply turn around and look at the evidence for himself. This is what passes for scientific objectivity in the mainstream science professions, where the holy "faith" of evolution is at risk.
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