If your skull had been submerged and waterlogged in peat bog for several centuries, and a huge steam engine pulled by giant horses with large metal shoes ran over it, how hard would it be to get it all back together, especially since many of the bones were still lost, even after a through and professional excavation?
This happened to a very large – possibly the largest ever found in Ohio – mastodon when the peat bog was drained in the 1920’s. This Mammut americanum was a common resident of North America sometime after the flood of Noah who may have lived up until recent centuries, as reported by native American Indians.
Joe Taylor says that he finally has the bottom of the skull completely restored and ready to fit on the metal armature for the finished display. Many of the bones are extremely fragile and break very easily, requiring that they be handled with great care. They are also warped in many cases, and deformed by the heavy hooves and steel wheels of the steam engine.
Evolutionists say that these animals died out ten thousand years ago, at the end of the “Ice Age”. These ages have been assigned to it by evolutionary dogma and Carbon-14 dates. However, the changing strength of earth’s magnetic field can alter the atmospheric concentrations of Carbon-14, giving an exaggerated age. There are just too many unverifiable assumptions involved in these “date” calculations for them to be absolutely reliable.
Old ages of mammoths and mastodons are also corroborated by Carbon-14 “dates” of numerous dinosaur bones that gave dates of only thousands of years, as recently reported by chemist, Hugh Miller, and others. According to secular scientists,Carbon-14 cannot last millions of years, therefore ANY Carbon-14 found in a dinosaur bone would mean it’s only thousands of years, which agrees with the Biblical timeline.
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