Sunday, July 11, 2010

Early humans farther north than previously thought

Some archaeologists say humans arrived in Britain 250,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Why do they think this?

Well, wearing their old earth glasses as they view these discoveries, it seems that flint artifacts have been found in sediments dated from 840,000 to 950,000 years ago. Hmmm.

But is this dating correct? 

As you know we have previously posted articles about how current dating methods make assumptions that are not necessarily valid. 

Also, the article mentions that the ice age was beginning.

Hmmm, seems that the ice age was also beginning at the time of the Babel Dispersion.

So, after considering these findings using ‘old earth glasses’,

Put on 'young earth glasses' as you read this article,

And consider the possibility that these early inhabitants of Britain were part of the dispersion from the Tower of Babel event and that the beginning of the ice age was also underway at that time.

Then ask yourself, “Which theory (old earth vs. young earth) seems most likely?