Saturday, 26 July 2014

Soft Stone Age Brain Puzzles Experts

Can the human brain really remain soft for thousands of years? Image courtesy of Wikipedia (Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license).

Joel Kontinen

Recently, Norwegian archaeologists found “something rather grey and clay-like” in a human fossil that they think hails from roughly 7,900 years before our time.

They suspect that it is brain mass.

If it turns out to be what they believe, it would present some interesting questions for evolutionists, who could hardly have expected brains to remain soft for aeons.

The many discoveries of soft tissue in dinosaurs, “dino-era” marine reptiles and dolphin-like creatures , salamanders, mammoths and even birds have made it extremely difficult to hold on to the belief that these fossils are as old are they are assumed to be.


Stone Age brain stuns experts. News in July 10, 2014.