Impossible Stuff Found In Coal And Rock

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PostSat Aug 11, 2012 7:46 pm » by Fatdogmendoza

Cia212 wrote:
Hurtswhenipee wrote:I suppose youve heard of "The London Hammer"

Why haven't they carbon dated the wood in the hammer?

The hammer's artistic style and the condition of the handle suggest a historically recent age. It may well have been dropped by a local worker within the last few hundred years, after which dissolved sediment hardened into a concretion around it. Unless Baugh or others can provide rigorous evidence that the hammer was once naturally situated in a pre-Quaternary stratum, it remains merely a curiosity, not a reliable out-of-place artifact.

Early Mining hammers...16th/17th century..

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