If man was this widespread at that time, it would require a much older
human(toolmaking) history. The oldest stone tools in the world are 2.5-2.6
million years old from Africa.
Sciences:Archeology & Paleontology
Asian Ancestors in East
HEFEI (Nov. 7) XINHUA - Chinese archeologists
have discovered 180 stone tools and a great
number of primate fossils dating back 2.4
million years in Fanchang County in east China's
The archeologists from the Chinese Academy of
Sciences said that their discovery proves that
human beings living here more than 2 million
years ago may be the earliest in Asia.
The stone tools and fossils they found were
unearthed from an 50-square-meter earthen layer
about seven meters beneath ground surface.
"Making and using tools make human beings
different from animals," said Jin Changzhu, one
of the archeologists, adding that the unearthed
stone tools with irregular patterns might be
made by the ancient human beings.
Adam, Apes and Anthropology
Foundation, Fall and Flood
& lots of creation/evolution information