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Archaeology • History Overview

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We can never know too much about our past. Archaeology is the study of the past through scientifically available evidence such as artifacs and fossil remains. Despite undeniable efforts by top experts to do the best jobs possible to document the past, this includes properly dating things age and proving chronologies using a variety of methods, there remain serious gaps and discrepancies in major assessments and conclusions. Since the 1980s, I have been involved in efforts to try to help flag and resolve such issues. This includes trying to square fundamental quesitions based on the best available data about everything from the purported age of the Universe itself, the existence of life on Earth, human evolution and history. This section contains such content accordingly.





Aztecs

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Egyptians

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Greeks

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Israelites

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Persians

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Romans