Aboriginal knowledge amazes evolutionist astronomer

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A painting of the ‘Seven Sisters’ to illustrate the Worrora aboriginal story about the Pleiades; by renowned artist Donny Woolagoodjaon

Conventional ‘wisdom’ says that Australia’s Aboriginal people have occupied the land for at least 40,000 years. That view of course derives from the evolutionary timeline, which links these people to a supposed ‘Stone Age’, with its attendant ‘prehistoric’ and ‘primitive’ connotations. And while it’s no longer socially acceptable to speak of nomadic hunter-gatherers as being ‘lesser evolved’ than other peoples, such implications from evolutionary teaching remain widely held.  Consequently, when facts come to light which contradict evolutionary stereotypes, it can come as quite a surprise to those who believe evolution. British-born astrophysicist Ray Norris speaks of this. He clearly accepts the evolutionary timeline, as his role at the Australia Telescope National Facility (CSIRO) includes researching “how galaxies were formed after the Big Bang”…..Read More