How, precisely, do they come up with that age? Are we to take their word
for it or are they making an assumption of age based on preconceived
Trust in the LORD with all your heart,
and do not rely on your own insight.. Pr. 3:5
> From: Glenn Morton <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: 72,000 year old settlement?
> Date: Wednesday, April 15, 1998 5:59 PM
> I hesitate to report this, but want desperately to know if it is true.
> other day I check the AP wire and apparently yesterday they had a note on
> which started as:
> "SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) -- Archaeologists have excavated a 72,000-year-old
> settlement in a cave in northern Bulgaria.
> Bulgarian archaeologists made the find at the Devetashkata Cave near
> 100 miles northeast of the capital, Sofia, the state BTA news agency
> Tuesday. " Copyright AP
> I get to this page via
> and then chose the "Medical and Science Page"
> A 72,000 year old settlement with the cultural items which they list
> be an extremely important find. They even say that there were clay
> (which is why I think they made a factor of 10 error. Trying to obey my
> dictim that when something supports what you believe, you should be very
> skeptical I am hoping this is true. I worry that the wire has made a
> by a factor of 10. Has anyone else seen this reported anywhere else?
> At this moment I don't believe this, but it isn't April Fools' day
> This post probably won't be on the AP past tonight.
> Adam, Apes, and Anthropology: Finding the Soul of Fossil Man
> Foundation, Fall and Flood