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French teen finds 560,000 year-old tooth

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/french-teen-finds-560000-year-old-tooth-researcher/ar-AAdAqVP

 

"A large adult tooth -- we can't say if it was from a male or female -- was found during excavations of soil we know to be between 550,000 and 580,000 years old, because we used different dating methods," paleoanthropologist Amelie Viallet told AFP.

 

I guess that since the dirt was that old the tooth must be that old too... :)

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French teen finds 560,000 year-old tooth

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/french-teen-finds-560000-year-old-tooth-researcher/ar-AAdAqVP

 

"A large adult tooth -- we can't say if it was from a male or female -- was found during excavations of soil we know to be between 550,000 and 580,000 years old, because we used different dating methods," paleoanthropologist Amelie Viallet told AFP.

 

I guess that since the dirt was that old the tooth must be that old too... :)

 

Probably it fell out her or his mouth because of eating to much chocolate. :lol:

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But Tim...you're a welder...used to the heat Verdad Que Si ?

Maybe at one time, now, not so much...lol..I even have pink hands again..haha

And Rich, yes, it's a little too close. Smoke blowing over the house, ashes on the car, windows closed and all the air cleaners I have on full time. Denise's asthma is still taking a hit and she hasn't hardly been out since it started. I wanted to take one of the kayaks up that side of the lake but meh, chickened out.. (read:lazy)..Come on over tomorrow, let's go for it...you can even use the race yak...

Oh, thanks for the card, I'm still picking up glitter..lol

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Maybe at one time, now, not so much...lol..I even have pink hands again..haha

And Rich, yes, it's a little too close. Smoke blowing over the house, ashes on the car, windows closed and all the air cleaners I have on full time. Denise's asthma is still taking a hit and she hasn't hardly been out since it started. I wanted to take one of the kayaks up that side of the lake but meh, chickened out.. (read:lazy)..Come on over tomorrow, let's go for it...you can even use the race yak...

Oh, thanks for the card, I'm still picking up glitter..lol

 

 I might visit after they put the fires out.

 

Glad you got the card...

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Jerry, you're still a pup, I don't figure you even know what 50 feels like.lol

My OLDER brother (just by 2 years) turns 50 soon. Don't think for a SECIND I let him forgot it :wink: OLD man that he is needs regular reminding :)

Which reminds me, I need to send him a text. Did someone say glitter heh heh heh :bouncing: Thanks for the idea.

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My science class was able to join an archaeological dig once. I enjoyed leaning the way in which land is marked, searched, and recorded and used some of the ideas in other classes. One of the researchers picked up something that looked like a formless piece of obsidian rock. He told the class, this obviously was once a kitchen tool, and where we are/were standing, would have been a kitchen facing the river, and a number of other leaps in logic.  I'm sure they would do further testing on their conclusions, but it also may have been just a piece of rock that formed there naturally through the rock cycle or was dropped there by someone.  :idea:   I also was on a nature walk with a different class and the guide picked up two botanical specimens growing together and said it was proof of co-evolution. I wonder what those plants looked like before they co-evolved.  :wall:

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I heard (forgive me if the facts aren't 100% correct) that a local oil refinery wanted to expand and since the area was once inhabited by Indians, they had to have someone check the land they wanted to use. The person found a small round object and declared it was an ancient Indian marble. The refinery had to tell him it was actually a ceramic ball used in a catalyst reactor that had been stored on the site... :laugh:

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I read something a few days ago that said scientists are worried global warming could throw off carbon dating. Well, if that's true, then how can they tell me it's accurate now?

This is one theory, however here's another:

A great global flood buried bones fragments and other miscellaneous items thousands of feet under the earth giving the impression that these items are hundreds of thousands if not millions of years old.

Since scientist do not recognize a global flood all their dating therefore of anything is now invalid in my opinion

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This is one theory, however here's another:

A great global flood buried bones fragments and other miscellaneous items thousands of feet under the earth giving the impression that these items are hundreds of thousands if not millions of years old.

Since scientist do not recognize a global flood all their dating therefore of anything is now invalid in my opinion

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