The enigmatic Kingoodie hammer

Current science is not only allowing us to have an amazing technology that takes us in the immediate future, but that this has been also available many other sciences that have allowed to make amazing discoveries, which, perhaps, years ago would have been able to be.

In search of our origins and thanks to ongoing archaeological excavations carried out in various parts of the planet, are have been able to unravel some questions that were on the moment in which the man appeared on Earth and the processes by which had to spend in its evolution to the present day.

Most of the most prestigious and famous archaeologists and researchers agree on the approximate dates of the emergence of human beings as a species dominant and able to create their own societies.

But sometimes they find with discoveries that seem to bring down what to date considered irrefutable, as has happened with the enigmatic hammer of Kingoodie, Scotland.

While hammer was discovered by Sir David Brewster, in 1844, it was from 1985 that modern investigations have allowed to determine facts that seem impossible.

And it is that the Kingoodie hammer was embedded within a block of a very old red sandstone from the Cretaceous period during the Mesozoic Era, which places it between 360 and 408 million years ago.

What is surprising is that it would take some hundreds of millions of years more to man newly appeared on the planet, which makes an element outside of time, hammer something by some very strange and unexplained apparent.

And if this is surprising, yet what is most striking. And it is that hammer has not suffered any oxidation in all those millions of years by which they happened. Certainly, we hope that the advance of science and technology are the answers to these momentous events.

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