Re: MOST IMPORTANT FOSSIL (A human skull as old as coal!)

Ed Conrad (
Sat, 02 Nov 1996 12:41:57 GMT

Paul V. Heinrich ( passed along
the following message to his shipmates aboard
the Titanic II:

> Ed Conrad ( wrote:
> The WORLD'S MOST IMPORTANT FOSSIL, unquestionably,
> is a petrified human skull embedded in a boulder which was
> discovered between anthracite veins in Carboniferous
> strata near Shenandoah, Pa.

These so-called fossils have been objectively and honestly
studied by Andrew MaCrea and others in detail and found to
be nothing more than siderite nodules mistaken by an
overactive imagination to be fossils.

In simple English, they are rocks composed of sand and
silt cemented by iron carbonate.

>> Paul:
>> Unfortunately, you're blowing is hot air -- again!.
>> Andrew Macrae and ``others" certainly have NOT operated
>> with honesty and integrity in this matter.

>> He -- and they -- continue to conceal a scientific fact
>> that bone, when it petrifies, retains only the Haversian canals
>> because the structure surrounding the Haversian canals
>> has been displaced by the petrification process.

>> Hence, for you -- and them -- to insist that the cellular structure
>> of non-petrified bone MUST be a mirror image of the cellular structure
>> of petrified bone is downright deceiptful and dishonest.

>> Need I remind you once again -- for the umpteeth time --
>> of the rather eloquent words of Thomas A. Edison:

>> ``The right to search for truth implies also a duty;
>> one must not conceal any part of what one
>> has recognized to be true."

>> Meanwhile, Paul, your reference -- once again -- to my specimens
>> of petrified bone being siderite nodules can only make me wonder
>> if it's at all possible that a portion of the human brain can be transformed
>> to a siderite nodule while that individual is still alive.