Radiometric dating of potassium
Ducks, chickens and horses in the US, Europe and Africa have been verified by DNA results that they stem from Chinese Asiatic animals transported by ships in ancient times.
Even rice and maize were transplanted by ancient Chinese around the world.
DNA results also show that the decendents of specific Chinese sailors live on in the DNA of native Americans and Australians.
In Australia as in South America, native cave art show long robed pigtailed people in ships....'Bird Boat' natives as per your book.
These are supposed to be the Dauphne maps, but derived from much older sources.
The curious thing about his 'voyage of discovery' was that where he placed the British flag to claim sovereignty, ie.
); and examples such as the carved stones of Africa, the remains of Chinese peoples in South America, and artefacts scattered all over the world, inscribed with Chinese characters, in Chinese styles, some of these have been dated before thearrival of the Europeans.
These are confirmed ancient Chinese characters -'Ming Dynasty type' and not 'mysterious' writings as per your book.
It would have changed this country's future from what it was! There is a spattering of information that has survived concerning world maps.
- Adam inquisitive librarian, I read much of interest.
The evolutionists I debate with always resort back to that method, as they say it can date back millions of years.
I'm not sure if this is possible, but given the extremes that result after a nuclear war, is it possible these regions became uninhabitable because of a manmade induced \"nuclear winter\" like the \"nuclear deserts\" elsewhere?
- Nathan Following this same logic, the civilization map in "Dead Mens Secrets" showed advanced civilizations in Antarctica and Greenland.
However, their maps were cruder than the older ones. Although there is positive evidence of other Australian items landing up in the Middle east, I still have not tracked down the hard evidence for Gympie gold. Would love to get a sample from the tomb: You are right, Barry. Traditionally, metallic objects found underground are dated by the presumed age of the strata in which they are found.