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Top Artifacts Recap
As a brief summary, let's look at some of the most amazing items explored on this site:

1. Manufactured items (numerous items such as nails, screws, spark plugs, and chains) have been found in coal and feldspar- yet coal was formed during the Carboniferous period, 280 to 345 million years ago. Additionally, human remains have also found in coal.

2. Pictoral and oral evidence that primitive man knew both what dinosaurs looked like, as well as their behavior- yet dinosaurs didn't appear until approximately 230 million years ago. Additionally, human and dinosaur footprints have also been found together.

3. Human footprints have been found that are millions of years old, such as the one found by paleontologist Jerry MacDonald in New Mexico. This was validated and acknowledged by the Smithsonian as "problematica"- since the footprint, as well as tracks from birds and other animals, were found in Permian strata- a period of 290 to 248 million years ago, before even dinosaurs were supposed to have existed.

4. Amazing maps, from hundreds of years ago and some of which have been validated by the US Government, showing items such as: the coastline of Antarctica as it was under the ice (more than 6-10,000 years ago), a waterway which divides Antarctica into two land-masses (millions of years ago), how Antarctica looked ice-free and with correct longitudal coordinates, the correct delineation of the west coast of North America (well before it was "discovered"), and even a land connection between Siberia and Alaska (millions of years ago).

5. Evidence of both mining and projectiles approximately 38-40,000 years ago.

6. Proof of an advanced technology in the past- to include electron tubes, batteries, optical devices, and medical procedures.

7. Evidence of flight, both atmospheric and space, thousands of years ago. This includes models, pictures, and even "manuals" describing arial battle techniques and how to build different types of aircraft.

8. Knowledge of our solar system (including all the planets, the earth was round, and the sun the center), and other systems, that we didn't "discover" until in last 100 years.

9. Remnants of atomic attacks, (including radioactive skeletons and a stratum of fused glass), thousands of years before we "invented" the atomic bomb.

Notice how the different types of artifacts all seem to be consistent in indicating a common age? Coal which formed approximately 280 million years ago, dinosaurs which appeared 230 million years ago, trilobites which went extinct more than 200 million years ago, and so on?

Scientific Reaction
According the current evolutionary theory, the oldest hominid is Sahelanthropus tchadensis (which appeared between 6-7 million years ago) and the first "modern" form of Homo sapiens appeared about 195,000 years ago. "True" civilization isn't considered to have started until approximately 3,000 BC.

How on earth is that possible, given the numerous artifacts (like the ones above), which indicates that man has been around for at least 200 million years and that there has been civilization for 40,000 years at a bare minimum? How to reconcile the two?

Most scientists would immediately claim that these artifacts are either hoaxes or anamolies; yet that answer is patently absurd. These artifacts have been found worldwide, are amazingly consistent in the age they indicate, are found in various strata, and have been validated. Obviously, the two CAN'T be reconciled- which is why science ignores them.

However, more and more courageous archeologists, willing to risk ridicule, are bringing these items to light. Even the prestigious Smithsonian has been forced to acknowledge "what paleontologists like to call, ‘problematica'" when confronted with the dinosaur/human footprints at Glen Rose, TX. Perhaps there is hope yet that scientists and historians will get back to true science...

Conclusions from Artifacts
There are certain conclusions that can be drawn from these artifacts, conclusions that are both obvious and irrefutable:

1. Man is far older than currently espoused (corollary: the current evolutionary view of man's age is wrong).
2. Man was civilized long before currently believed (corollary: the current evolutionary view of when civilization began is wrong).
3. Given the first two, and the evidence that man both co-existed with or before supposed predecessor animals, the current theory of evolution is wrong.
4. Man has previously reached, and in some instances surpassed, our current level of civilization and technology.
5. Several times, through both natural causes and man's actions, there have been global catastrophes which caused civilization to regress.

These conclusions are hard to accept, given the current theories of evolutionary science and history that we are brainwashed into believing, but are undeniable after looking at the evidence. Instead of dismissing evidence as "problematica", scientists should be evaluating all these artifacts- which will result in a dramatically different evolutionary and historical view.

You may be thinking, "If there was a lost civilization, then there should be alot more evidence left all over the world!" However, according to a special done by National Geographic, it is believed that if our population were to suddenly drop to as low as 100 million worldwide, perhaps through a plague, that within just 300 years everything we have built would be around 80% gone from natural processes! This doesn't include any global catastrophe events such as war or meteor strike; in that event, you could expect it to happen sooner than 300 years. How very sobering.