And that’s my point. People like Hancock know that’s more than sufficient evidence to sink the claims of the Ica stones. We have people who acknowledged forging them, and who forged many others like them.
Honestly, I don’t believe that would be a productive discussion. From a scientific viewpoint, the Ica stone are completely unreliable as evidence of human/dinosaur coexistence, and I highly doubt you would have any responses that would differ.
If I told you that I had some Ica stones and that I had faked them, would you buy them?
I don’t think it will be productive either. But they seem to want it, so I shall give it to them.
I’ve created the Ica stones topic, @benkirk. You should come check it out!
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