"There should be more “stone age skeletons” if evolution were true (#C907)
Evolutionists say the stone age began over two million years ago, lasting until just a few thousand years ago. 1 If this is true, then there should be more skeletons from this age.
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Rhodes, F. H. (2012). Earth: A Tenant's Manual. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
- Rhodes, 2012, p. 113: “The Stone Age began over 2 million years ago. It lasted until recent times in some remote isolated communities, but about 5,500 years ago copper and, later, bronze implements were developed in what are now Iran and Iraq.” ↩