How Old Is It Really? Part 2

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The London Texas HammerIt was 1934 – June to be exact, somewhere near London, Texas. Max Hahn was fishing with his family. He found a rock with some wood sticking out of it.

The rock was cracked open to reveal an octagonally shaped iron hammer approximately 6″ x 1″ (now called The London Hammer, it is obviously man-made) with the wooden handle partially coalified (turned to coal). Tests on the head showed a casting quality hard to produce today.

The hammer came from a cliff that Evolutionists say formed about 140 million years ago, when dinosaurs were on the earth… Which poses a problem for Evolutionists who say man came 65 million years after dinosaurs.

I wonder which dino made that hammer.

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