Archeologists discover remains of winged humans
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Archeologists discover remains of winged humans

Dunedin : New Zealand | Jan 21, 2011 at 4:58 PM PST
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Winged Humans

Archeologists are combing the earth in an effort to uncover evidence of man being a flying species. Precisely,

‘Archeologists at an excavation site in Dunedin, New Zealand, discovered the fossilized remains of winged humans………… Dr. Herman Meyer of Massey University uncovered the fossilized bones of a human male with bird-like wings…….. “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” said Dr. Meyer. “One after another these fossils kept appearing out of the dirt. It led me to think that an entire civilization of winged humans once lived here!”

This was the interpretation of Dr Herman Meyer, a Massey University professor. A likely response to this discovery is whether New Zealand is the only place on earth where this type of human species can be traced. Importantly this discovery disputes Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory which suggests that man evolved from water to earth.

It is then hardly likely for man to have had wings when according to evolution the next stage of man’s emergence is into a flying species. There should be no backward progression of the evolution process. If Meyer’s discovery is true then no human should be walking, but flying since we should have passed into the evolutionary flying stage.

Scientists predict findings based on their own paradigms and individual scientists differ in their interpretations; even so do individuals in their belief when considering these findings such as winged man.

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