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Paleomagnetic dating. More of the MSM easing us into the coming times!

 
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Paleomagnetic dating. More of the MSM easing us into the coming times!
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To begin to see where Au. sedibamight fit on the family tree, researchers pinned down the age of the fossils by dating the calcified sediments surrounding them with advanced uranium-lead dating techniques and a method called paleomagnetic dating, which measures how many times the Earth's magnetic field has reversed. They discovered the fossils were approximately 1.977 million years old, which predates the earliest appearances of traits specific to the human lineage Homoin the fossil record.

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Re: Paleomagnetic dating. More of the MSM easing us into the coming times!
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Do you understand what this article means?
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To begin to see where Au. sedibamight fit on the family tree, researchers pinned down the age of the fossils by dating the calcified sediments surrounding them with advanced uranium-lead dating techniques and a method called paleomagnetic dating, which measures how many times the Earth's magnetic field has reversed. They discovered the fossils were approximately 1.977 million years old, which predates the earliest appearances of traits specific to the human lineage Homoin the fossil record.

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To begin to see where Au. sedibamight fit on the family tree, researchers pinned down the age of the fossils by dating the calcified sediments surrounding them with advanced uranium-lead dating techniques and a method called paleomagnetic dating, which measures how many times the Earth's magnetic field has reversed. They discovered the fossils were approximately 1.977 million years old, which predates the earliest appearances of traits specific to the human lineage Homoin the fossil record.

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To begin to see where Au. sedibamight fit on the family tree, researchers pinned down the age of the fossils by dating the calcified sediments surrounding them with advanced uranium-lead dating techniques and a method called paleomagnetic dating, which measures how many times the Earth's magnetic field has reversed. They discovered the fossils were approximately 1.977 million years old, which predates the earliest appearances of traits specific to the human lineage Homoin the fossil record.

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Re: Paleomagnetic dating. More of the MSM easing us into the coming times!
I don't understand all of the responses, the article is pretty neat.. wtf

So.. Is this suggesting a "missing link" having been found? Or a sudden evolutionary jump? Makes me think of Sitchin and similar ideas.... Is this what you're suggesting, OP?

My imagination may be taking it a bit further, but I'll go with it.. How about time travel? Or humans originating elsewhere? Maybe they came to scout the planet out around that time, haha. Interesting find, anyway.

(Also, nice choice on a username ;))





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