5. Ancient Artefacts Question Our Whole Notion Of History
Current estimates – based on fossil records and the like – reckon that modern human beings have been farting about on Earth for something like 200,000 years. However, it took a long, long time for us to do anything intelligent with our evolution above the other apes, instead being content clubbing each other over the heads and the like.
So how, then, do you explain the Dropa stones, discs dating back 12,000 years, which are covered in tiny, hieroglyph-like markings? Or even more perplexing, Klerksdorp spheres, 3-billion-year-old pyrophyllite deposits found in mines that have grooves or ridges carved around their outsides?