2014: Homo Habilis Specimen Still Not Found

Since the discovery of Otzi, in the Alps, on the border between Italy and Austria, and with the continual recession of glaciers across the world, there has been the hope of new archeological discoveries. A few finds http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/nepal-frozen-caveman-discovered-in-himalaya/ Nepal: Frozen Caveman Discovered in Himalaya Pokhara| A group of climbers on an expedition in the Himalaya Mountains, have stumbled upon a complexe of caverns that seem to have recently surfaced after a series of violent avalanches in the region. Inside one of the caves, the team of Norwegian and Swedish mountaineers, found the remains of a humanoid male from the paleolithic era. According to the primary analysis of the skeleton, it seems the bones belong to an adult male Homo habilis, which is believed to have lived from approximately 2.33 to 1.44 million years ago, during the Gelasian Pleistocene period. Further tests and analysis will be done to determine the […] Read More

2012: America got nuked in 12,500 BC!

Traditional history tells us that the first people who entered North America came across the Bering Sea, from Asia, and migrated South to the continent around 12,000 BC. But this date has often puzzled archaeologists who place the migration in South America to a much earlier date — around 32,000 BC. How can these two dates be so far apart? Since no traces of the Homo habilis or the Homo erectus could be found in America, Archeologists conclude that America must have been settled by the Homo sapiens sapiens about 12,000 years ago There are 4 main migration-hypothesizes: A) People came via the BERING SRAIT from Siberia to Alaska; B) People from SIBERIA crossed the Northern Pacific and landed on the American coast; C) People from POLYNESIA crossed the Pacific Ocean and landed either in Northern or Southern America; D) People from EUROPE crossed either the Atlantic Ocean or […] Read More

World’s Before Our Own

What happens when unique skeletal and cultural evidence from a prehistoric world appear long before they should — and in places where they should not…? Brad Steiger asks. It is rather amazing that such sophisticated people, as we judge ourselves to be, do not even know who we are. And it becomes rather dismaying to discover that there is a great deal of suppressed, ignored, and misplaced pre-historical cultural evidence that would alter the established interpretations of human origins and provide us with a much clearer definition of what it means to be human. Archaeologists, anthropologists, and various academicians who play the “origins of Man” game, reluctantly and only occasionally acknowledge instances where unique skeletal and cultural evidence from the prehistoric record suddenly appear long before they should — and in places where they should not. These irritating artefacts destroy the orderly evolutionary line that academia has for so […] Read More