300-Million Mechanical Part Found in Russian Coal
The Earth was so young 300 million years ago, the first land animals had yet to evolve into dinosaurs, most scientists believe.
If that's the case, how do you explain the discovery in Russia of a piece of a gear shift -- a common machine part -- embedded into a hunk of 300-million-year-old coal. Has this artifact been correctly identified? And if so, who could have made this thing? And for what purpose?
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Its a linear gear mostly used for cabinetry or drawer for heavy equip storage!
Its probably because the coal is nowhere near 300,000,000 years old. They probably arrived at that number using stratigraphy, based on outdated uniformitarian views where each individual strata took millions of years to deposit. I'm sure the coal is ancient. Just not that ancient.
Either way, if that piece of metal is not a modern fragment of a bit and has been down there since the coal bed was laid, the whole house of cards (regarding human origins) comes tumbling down. It doesn't matter if it's 300 million years old or just 30 thousand, it collapses the maistream accepted theories.
Ancient milled Tooth from my Drill bit.
(hollow stem cutter head)
Mishkan 1.2m below Heel Stone
@ Stonehenge, United Kingdom