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Piltdown Orphans

November 26, 2007

November 21, 2007RSS syndication

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Spotlight: Much as the word Edsel has become synonymous with lemon, Piltdown has become synonymous with fraud. Between 1911 and 1915, researcher Charles Dawson found fragments of a cranium, a tooth and some tools in a gravel deposit in Piltdown, Sussex, England. The scientific world was agog with the findings — anthropologist believed that the fossilized remains of an ancient hominid had been discovered, a missing link between ape and man. It took 40 years for the discovery to be scientifically disproved. On this date in 1953, the Piltdown Man was declared a fake.

Quote: “Fraud and falsehood only dread examination. Truth invites it.”Samuel Johnson

Source: Answers.com November 21, 2007

Imagine you are a student in a University in the 1915 to 1954.  Their professors could have held Piltdown man as the messiah of evolution, the ‘missing link’.  So, they spoke, taught and researched with with a disciple’s fervor  exploring the ‘truth’ of evolution.  After all, the origin of the species was now a Piltdown proven fact.

Today the Orphans of Piltdown are writing books, teaching and researching today with the same absolute certainty of Piltdown logic: Evolution is the Origin of the Species. 

Why are the Piltdown orphans persecuting  teachers, professors, researchers and other professionals who have seen this and other errors and therefore are openly exploring others theories about the origin of life.  Example: Intelligent Design.

 

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