An expedition of Czech archaeologists has found remains of an about 150,000-year-old prehistoric settlement in Arbil, north Iraq, which has been the so far oldest uncovered in this part of northern Mesopotamia, team head Karel Novacek told reporters Friday.
Saturday, March 13, 2010
But I thought the world was only 10,000 years old
There was an interesting report earlier this week that Czech scientists discovered a 150,000 year old human settlement in northern Iraq. I’m sure there’s some way to harmonize that with young earth theories that count the age of the earth only back 6,000-10,000 years.
Posted by Douglas Mangum at 9:00 AM
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