So we can ill afford to stand around with lengthy introductions and instead must dive straight into one of the more egregious posts: “Mammoths have been used quite frequently to promote the idea of evolution theory and old habits die hard among theorists.
It would seem to me there isn’t really a conspiracy and “high-tech” is just phrase associated with CT scans.
But in case there is a real problem I shall endeavour to only call them CT scans in this post, lest all my readers see “high tech” and become brainwashed.
Regardless of whether there is some kind of wordplay involved, at the end of the day the science stands and falls on its own.
According to a university statement, "In addition to challenging the Bible's historicity, this anachronism is direct proof that the text was compiled well after the events it describes."The Old Testament contains myriad mentions of camels as domesticated beasts, starting in Genesis' accounts of Abraham, Jacob and Joseph, which have traditionally been placed between 20 B. Scholars who assume that Moses authored the first five books of the Bible have claimed that the book was written 14 B. However, Tel Aviv University archeologists now claim that radiocarbon dating taken from camel bones suggests that humans did not began using the animals as pack animals until at least the 800's B. Erez Ben-Yosef said in a statement, who performed the research project with his colleague Dr.
as had been originally suggested."The introduction of the camel to our region was a very important economic and social development," Dr.
Lidar Sapir-Hen, at Tel Aviv University's Department of Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures."By analyzing archaeological evidence from the copper production sites of the Aravah Valley, we were able to estimate the date of this event in terms of decades rather than centuries."As the archeologists began excavating camel bones in what is now modern day Israel, they realized that they were "almost exclusively [finding bones] in archaeological layers dating from the last third of the 10th century BC or later," centuries after the life of Abraham and decades after the reigns of Saul, David and Solomon.While Ben-Yosef and Sapir-Hen located camel bones that predated the 10th century, they believe that those belonged to wild animals from the Neolithic period or earlier.The archeologists said that the introduction of domesticated animals into the area ushered in dramatic changes to the local copper mining operation.While many of the sites were closed down, archeological evidence suggests that those who remained centralized their labor forces and brought it more advanced technology—changes for which Ben-Yosef and Sapir-Hen suggested that the Egyptian empire may have responsible.It’s a site that pumps out creationist commentary at such a rate that there’s already enough there to keep me occupied for many moons.