Man's Age

According the current evolutionary theory, the oldest known ancestor of man [hominid] is Sahelanthropus tchadensis (which appeared between 6-7 million years ago)[1] and the first "modern" form of man, Homo sapiens, appeared about 195,000 years ago[2]. Man is considered to have become civilized until the first known "true" civilization of Sumer, from either 6,000 BC or 3,000 BC (depending on which date accepted).[3]

Let's look at these two assertations: how old man is, and when he became civilized. Regarding the latter, we've already presented evidence on this site that directly contradicts the official stance- technological artifacts that are thousands (in some cases, millions) of years old, and advanced knowledge.

Now, let's delve into the question of how old man truly is. Per the above, scientists say man is no more than 7 million years old; yet, we've already presented evidence in the "Primeval Manufacturing" section that shows artifacts in coal that was over 200 million years old- and that is just the tip of the iceberg...

Human Remains


Dinosaur/Human Footprints

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