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Thompson - The Hidden History of the Human Race pdf; URL: myavr.info d/LN0OpY4ng1hKOfR7; Upload date: October 01, The book The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael A. Cremo in English in PDF format. Forbidden archeology: The hidden history of the human race. By Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson. San Diego: Bhaktivedanta Institute. xxx‐ viii.
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Flynn, Ph. Mary Leakey and others said the prints were indistinguishable from those of modem humans. To these scientists, this meant only that the human ancestors of 3.
But according to other scientists, such as physical anthropologist R. Tuttle of the University of Chicago, fossil bones of the known australopithecines of 3. Hence they were incompatible with the Laetoli prints.
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In an article in the March issue of Natural History, Tuttle confessed that "we are left with somewhat of a mystery. Perhaps, as suggested in the illustration on the opposite page, they coexisted with more apelike creatures.
As intriguing as this archeological possibility may be, current ideas about human evolution forbid it. Knowledgeable persons will warm against positing the existence of anatomically modem humans millions of years ago on the slim basis of the Laetoli footprints.
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But there is further evidence. Over the past few decades, scientists in Africa have uncovered fossil bones that look remarkably human. In , Bryan Patterson and W. W Howells found a surprisingly modem humerus upper arm bone at Kanapoi, Kenya. Scientists judged the humerus to be over 4 million years old.
Henry M. McHenry and Robert S.
Corruccini of the University of California said the Kanapoi humerus was "barely distinguishable from modem Homo. Scientists normally assign the ER femur, which is about 2 million years old, to prehuman Homo habilis. But since the ER femur was found by itself, one cannot rule out the possibility that the rest of the skeleton was also anatomically modem.
Interestingly enough, in the German scientist Hans Reck found at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, a complete anatomically modem human skeleton in strata over I million years old, inspiring decades of controversy.
Here again, some will caution us not to set a few isolated and controversial examples against the overwhelming amount of noncontroversial evidence showing that anatomically modem humans evolved from more apelike creatures fairly recently-about , years ago, in Africa, and, in the view of some, in other parts of the world as well. But it turns out we have not exhausted our resources with the Laetoli footprints, the Kanapoi humerus, and the ER femur.
Over the past eight years, Richard Thompson and I, with the assistance of our researcher Stephen Bernath, have amassed an extensive body of evidence that calls into question current theories of human evolution.
Some of this evidence, like the Laetoli footprints, is fairly recent. But much of it was reported by scientists in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
And as you can see, our discussion of this evidence fills up quite a large book. Without even looking at this older body of evidence, some will assume that there must be something wrong with it-that it was properly disposed of by scientists long ago, for very good reasons.
Cremo and Thompson fail to take account of this, he says, and seem to want to accord equal value to all finds.
Groves also states that their discussion of radiometric dating fails to take account of the ongoing refinement of these methods, and the resulting fact that later results are more reliable than earlier ones. He concludes that the book is only "superficially scholarly".
These ideas can compel researchers to publish their analyses according to the conceptions permitted by the scientific community. Writing in the British Journal for the History of Science, Dr Tim Murray  wrote, "This is a piece of 'Creation Science,' which, while not based on a need to present a Christian alternative, manifests many of the same types of argument," including accusing opponents of unscientifically trying to defend their biases, alleging they are acting conspiratorially, and explaining "the currently marginal position of your alternative as being the result of prejudice, conspiracy and manipulation rather than of any fault of the theory itself.
Writing in Geoarcheology,  anthropologist Kenneth L. Feder said, "While decidedly antievolutionary in perspective, this work is not the ordinary variety of antievolutionism in form, content, or style. In distinction to the usual brand of such writing, the authors use original sources and the book is well written.
Further, the overall tone of the work is far superior to that exhibited in ordinary creationist literature.But a more influential group of scientists, who applied standards of evidence more strictly to A than to B, later caused A to be rejected and B to be preserved.
For those working in disciplines connected with human origins and antiquity, Forbidden Archeology, provides a well-documented compendium of reports absent from many current references and not otherwise easily obtainable. Some of Moir's tools were discovered in the detritus beds beneath the Red Crag and could be anywhere from 2. Peking Man and Other Finds in China My life is full of these "out of place" observations, yet since I do pay attention to them, and collect tangible bits of the story, I appreciate books like this that make it perfectly clear that what I see isn't fantasy.
Further, the overall tone of the work is far superior to that exhibited in ordinary creationist literature. Feb 03, Michael rated it really liked it So you've caught me, reading what could be viewed as "fringe" material.
This merely serves as confirmation of what I already suspect. A particularly striking example in this category is a shell displaying a crude yet recognizably human face carved on its outer surface.
To these scientists, this meant only that the human ancestors of 3.