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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9962) 13 years ago
Oldest Skeleton in Americas Found in Underwater Cave?
By Eliza Barclay
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NEWS
September 3, 2008
http://news.nationalgeogr...source=rss

Down Canyons And Up Cliffs, Pursuing Southwest's Ancient Art
By Anne Minard
NEW YORK TIMES
September 8, 2008
http://www.nytimes.com/20...ref=slogin

The Incredible Journey Taken By Our Genes
By Robin McKie
THE GUARDIAN
August 31 2008
http://www.guardian.co.uk...ed=science
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Posted by Eric Brandt (+846) 13 years ago
"...the female skeleton has been dated at 13,600 years old."

Sorry Hal, but it's impossible for it to be that old. The earth didn't even exist back then. I think National Geographic needs to verify their sources.
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Posted by poisonspaghetti (+282) 13 years ago
Dinosaur bones were put here by the Devil to mislead us.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9962) 13 years ago
>>Sorry. . . .

Why are you sorry? Did you do it?
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1439) 13 years ago
Maybe the carbon dating they used was the same that dated living penguins as being 32,000 years old?

They didn't look a day over 500.
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Posted by Eric Brandt (+846) 13 years ago
"Why are you sorry? Did you do it?"

Shhhhh... Don't tell.
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Posted by JLB (+212) 13 years ago
Isn't the earth estimated at being around 4.5 billion years old??? Not sure how they figure that in as fact but it's interesting.
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1882) 13 years ago
4.5 billion plus three. I heard it was 4.5 billion in 2005.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 13 years ago
Should we bake a cake? And what about candles?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14970) 13 years ago
So boys, how is the fishing?
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9962) 13 years ago
It's not too bad Richard.
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