Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson quickly became a best selling underground. Forbidden Archeology and millions of other books are available for instant access. .. Michael A Cremo is a research associate of the Bhaktivedanta Institute. Forbidden Archeology has ratings and 48 reviews. James said: Well, I guess controversy sells. This is a horrible book. Michael Cremo has set archaeol.
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Ultimately, the book questions the Darwinian evolutionary assumptions underlying modern paleoanthropology. Likewise much physical evidence is dated based upon theoretical correlations with sedimentary layers and agreement with standard theory rather than any attempt to, for instance, radioactively date the material.
Cremo actually uses the Weekly World News as a source in the book. The Hidden History of the Human Race”.
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The reason the vast majority of scientists agree that we’ve been on earth less than that is because that’s what all the evidence points to. This book is absolutely fascinating, but it is not something you can pick up and thumb through.
This book contains numerous examples of disregarded evidence archeoogy because it did not fit into the preconcieved notions of how things progressed, illustrating how anthropology and archaeology are not ‘sciences’ if one repeatedly disregards This book made me want to major in archaeology – unfortunately, many of the college professors out there creo adament against anything outside of the timeline that they believe is set in stone, even now, almost a dozen years after this book was first published.
Not certain they needed to spend so much time beating the point home which might have been done in a few chapters or one section of a book. But starting from about the s, paleoanthropologists turned to the view that human beings first evolved in the next arcneology, the Pleistocene 2.
Cremo sets out misinforming the reader about archaeological and geological site formation, confusing the crfmo of stratigraphy” superposition with stratification. As I said before, this book is a commitment. This book helps to bridge the gap and introduce the missing information in a gradual and detailed manner, leaving behind any doubt that you are consuming a mere subjective take on currently publicly available scanty evidence. A very deep forbkdden that challenges the academic assumptions and bias taught as fact.
Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race
I never knew that there were unequivocal modern remains and technology found in strata tens of millions of years ago, and even shoe prints found in rock that is hundreds of millions of years old.
It’s a serious call for scientists to revisit this holly and sacred theory submitted in an era where knowledge of biology and biological processes was extremely limited. Excellent book for anyone interested in anthropology, arcueology, human origins. Jun 05, Nathan rated it liked it. Things like anatomically modern human bones recovered from rock strata millions of years old, and manufactured artifacts recovered from similarly ancient strata. Institute for Creation Research: For concerns on copyright infringement please see: This would be necessary because so many scientists and academics would be hostile to their thesis.
Honestly it’s an interesting book to read hence the 3 starsbut it’s complete bullshit. Many original reports are painstakingly quoted and reproduced in some length, translated from other languages. One of the core notions in Cremo’s Forbidden Archaeology is the assertion that a system of knowledge filtration exists within archaeology and by inference, the greater scientific community. Nov 18, Natalie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Lots of strange things in this book, grist for the mill for a writer who likes to ponder strange things, so to speak.
This page was last modified on 27 Decemberat But this book changes the fields of anthropology and archeology to their very cores. Cremo identifies himself as a “Vedic creationist. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Retrieved from ” https: I hope Human Devolution is better than this one. That said, the arguments do seem strained and cherry-picked at times