So what, really, is “time,” and what, really, are the “origins of civilization” . . .

. . . when a hammer is discovered in an archeological dig that is supposedly 140 million years old.

Iron Hammer of 140 million years old!?

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Oh, but that’s nothin’! Compared to — how about this? 300 million years old!

Screwing with the Past

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So tell me, please, who do we humans think we are that we can pretend to know the deep history of Earth, or of anything else for that matter. It’s about time science let go of its “scientistic” (i.e., science as religion) stance and bow humbly before the Mystery.

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