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OUCH! You're Stepping on MY BALLS! -- Ed Conrad vs. The Squirmin' Vermin
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 04, 2006 12:49 pm    Post subject: OUCH! You're Stepping on MY BALLS! -- Ed Conrad vs. The Squirmin' Vermin Reply with quote

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As you should know by now, truth no longer is playing second
fiddle to the fiction, fantasy and fairy tales that have been dished
out for more than a century about man's origin and ancestry.
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At long last, it's nearing the official end of the deceit, deception,
collusion and conspiracy that has long been perpetrated by arrogant,
egotistical members of the Scientific Establshment in and out of its
hallowed Halls of Learning -- the Smithsonian Institution, foremost.
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Their monumental hoax on mankind has met its match with the
presentation of undeniable physical evidence that, multi-millions of
years ago, the good earth wasn't anything like what has long
been depicted by the scientific community.
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For one thing, man -- in almost our present form -- existed while
coal was being formed, and our ancestors lived alongside
giant scorpions, dinosaurs and beasts with six-inch-high canine
teeth.
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And man and animals had one thing in common. Both were
annihilated in some incredible catastrophe that blew them limb
from limb and scattered their bones, teeth and soft organs
in all directions.
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This is an underground mining map showing coal veins
that were violently disrupted, and where most of these
fossils came from.
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What happened next is a testament to the late, great Immanuel
Velikovsky who, more than a half-century ago, said the true story
of earth's -- and man's -- past is written in the rocks, visible for
all to see as part of the fossil record.
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Eons ago -- before coal hardened -- some sort of fluid engulfed the
bones, teeth and soft organs just after the great catastrophe, causing
them to petrify and now offers a mindboggling horror story of
mankind's distant past.
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That man existed during the Carboniferous Period also offers
proof that we could not possibly have evolved as suggested
by the Darwin Theory.
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Rightly so, because the theory of the evolution of man never
possessed a shred of physical evidence in the first place.
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Man could not -- and did not -- become such a magnificent machine
by a series of incredible accidents of nature since that's an
astronomical mathematical absurdity.
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Even Charles Darwin had a sneaky suspicion his theory was full
of hot air.
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And Earnest Hooton, longtime professor of anthropology at Harvard
University, seconded the motion years later in his book, "Apes, Men
and Morons," citing the absence of undeniable physical evidence.
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" I can point to many anatomical
features of man in which the known
courses of evolution can be explained
plausibly by the theory of natural
selection, but I do not know of one
in which it can be proved."

But, since we were spoon-fed such pablum -- the evolution of man --
by members of the omniscient Scientific Establishment, most of us
ate up every word. These pompous asses were neither to be
questioned nor challenged. They were well above the common man.
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About a year after finding my first specimen of petrified bone between
coal veins in June 1981, I couldn't believe the incredible resistance
I was encountering in my pursuit of honest investigation.
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My longtime friend, Clayton Lennon (1900-1996), warned me it
wouldn't be easy and one day, between puffs of his cigar,
summed up my despair quite eloquently .
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Meanwhile, as their noses continued to grow, so also did the
arrogance of members of the Scientific Establishment who had
long lost the goal of a search for truth. The only important thing
to them, I soon learned, was to make no waves and concentrate
on protecting their vested interests.
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Over time, they had become incredibly ruthless and bold, really
believing that -- as members of omnipotent Acadamia -- they could
do anything they damn well pleased and answer to no one..
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Since I have had a ringside seat over these past 25 years, it has
included not only denial of physical evidence that could -- would --
destroy the theory of the evolution of man but actually tampering
with that evidence -- and I have come right out and named names.
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Then, with brass testicles, the criminals were actually belittling
the victim, with character assassination leveled like a Gatling gun.
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And even worse, the assault on truth was adamantly defended by
their colleagues, and still is.
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Fortunately, for your grandchildren and mine, that day is over.
The pseudoscientists' day of reckoning has finally arrived.
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But it comes as no surprise. After all, they had been forewarned:
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TRUTH FINALLY CATCHES UP TO THE PERPETRATORS
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MAN AS OLD AS COAL
All Specimens Found Between Anthracite Veins

(Strata geologically dated at a minimum of 280 million years)
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Here are just a few of the thousands upon thousands of specimens
of petrified bones, teeth and/or even soft organs -- some human --
that I have discovered between two separate anthracite veins
in Northeastern Pennsylvania over the past 23 years.
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Strange, according to scientific doctrine, they couldn't possibly
have been found in Carboniferous strata, dated at a minimum
of 280 million years.
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You see, every scientific textbook insists that no large land
animals, let alone man, existed back then. Hell, man wouldn't begin
evolving until multi-millions of years later, the pseudos proclaimed.
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But the incredible arsenal of petrified bones, teeth and even soft
organs proves -- beyond doubt -- that man and large land animals
indeed had been around when coal was being formed. Otherwise,
their mortal remains could not have been preserved between layers
of anthracite as the result of a catastrophe beyond our wildest
imagination.
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And, since this is the grim evidence that a catastrophe happened
before, there is NO question that it could happen again.
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Velikovsky provided evidence of catastrophes in his two books,
"Worlds in Collision" and "Earth in Upheaval," published back
in the early 1950s. In them, he offered undeniable evidence of
calamities beyond human comprehension but was ridiculed
and badmouthed by members of the Scientific Establishment.
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Here's a copy of these two books, in paperback, and an explanation
why Velikovsky was treated with scorn and contempt, which is how
members of the Scientific Establishment have treated me for the last
21 1/2 years.
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A longtime newspaperman, I figured -- realizing I was getting
the shaft from the Scientific Establishment -- I'd get a fair shake
from newspapers in an effort to tell my story.
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I thought editors would be genuinely interested in what might've
sounded like a farfetched story, except that it was backed up by
petrified bones, teeth and soft organs as old as coal.
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Reporters from the Allentown (Pa.) Call-Chronicle and Las Vegas
Sun, to mention just two, were greatly impressed. But when their
stories appeared in print, it took my breath away. The articles were
completely negative, making me look like that proverbial horse's
ass.
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However, a few small newspapers didn't think I was a nitwit
or an imbecile, based on the physical evidence their editors
had been shown.
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But, as for the nation's largest newspapers, there was nothing I could
do Naturally, there was nothing I could do about it. I have long known
the largest dailies like the New York Times, Washington Post
or Philadelphia Inquirer wouldn't touch it with an 11-foot pole
because they had several opportunities to do so but bowed to their
vested interests and ignored me.
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Ditto for the TV network news shows like "60 Minutes" or, more
recently, Larry King Live
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For the longest time, it appeared the world would never know the truth
about the catastrophe that decimated both man and animal while coal
was being formed.
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Then a miracle happened -- along came the Internet. It gave me a way
to reach the pubic but, at first, the public wasn't paying attention
because members of the Scientific Establishment kept making me
look like a fool and an idiot. Their power and prestige was above
reproach.
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And, if you recall, they had been doing a mighty fine job of it
But then members of the Scientific Establishment got the second
biggest shock of their lives, dwarfed only by the attack on the Twin
Towers.
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Suddenly overnight, with the presentation of an arsenal of physical
evidence, the ridicule and character assassination have eased
somewhat.
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Suddenly, the scientific establishment's cannons had run out of
ammunition, their deceitful accusations that I'm a liar and a fraud.
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Suddenly, these Clown Princes of Sciences -- long having made
a joke at the expense of sacred Science -- finally realized that
their involvement in deceit, deception, collusion and conspiracy
had caught up with them.
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These Omniscient Buffoons have defended their colleagues
who, with incredible audacity, have made a mockery of physical
evidence, totally ignoring it and sometimes even tampering with it.
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Thomas Alva Edison probably put in a nutshell what they were
doing for so long, and my dear friend Clayton was right on target,
too.
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THE VERY FIRST DISCOVERY

The following is the very first discovery of petrified bone in
coal-bearing Carboniferous strata in June 1981.
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The specimen, which I found by accident, resembled a giant skull
and the Smithsonian expressed an interest after receiving a photo,
inviting me to bring it down to Washington so it could be examined
firsthand.
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Three of its "experts" -- an anthropologist, a paleontologist and a
geologist -- looked it over carefully but, after a few minutes,
concurred that it was nothing more than a rock or concretion,
certainly nothing that had ever lived.
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No one mentioned that a microscopic study of the specimen's
cellular structure would accurately identify whether it is or is not
bone. (I had no knowledge of this fact at the time and wouldn't
be aware of it until many months later)
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In any event, while preparing to leave the Smithsonian, I politely
asked if they would want to keep the specimen, perhaps to break
apart the jaw-like area to see if teeth could be found inside. The
three "experts" -- Joseph Brown and Robert McCurdy, the only
two names I remember -- laughed at me and said it would be
an absolute waste of their time.
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About a month later -- rather discouraged -- I decided to search
the interior of the jaw-like area on my own. It began with a nail
to penetrate the rock hardness, then using all sorts of small tools
to reach inside and, strangely, begin pulling out what resembled
brownish dirt.
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I was mystified that some sort of cavity existed and contacted
the Smithsonian about this -- but was ignored.
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After several weeks of part-time labor, I found a pair of peculiar
objects inside. Photos were taken, greatly enlarged and sent to
Krogman, the bone expert.
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Our friendship had begun months previous when I had driven
to Lancaster to show him the first strange specimen I had found
that had come from between coal veins -- the large skull that
the Smithsonian later dismissed as a rock.
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Krogman studied the photo of the inclusion and then told me over
the phone that the object is definitely a premolar tooth because
"I can see a pair of cusps."
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Here's the photo that Krogman had examined, with the dime
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Krogman suggested an infrared scan be performed and it was done
at American Medical Laboratories in Chantilly, Va. Here's the result
of the test:
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This is what the laboratory stated in its official report:
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It meant that the inclusion in the jaw-like area was neither rock
nor concretion but something that once lived.
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When the scan was interpreted later, this fact was confirmed.
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It also should be emphasized that microscopic study of the
skull-like object was conducted and Haversian canals -- miniscule
circles, the tell-tale sign of bone -- were visible.
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PETRIFIED HUMAN SKULL

The following specimen was identified by Krogman as a petrified
human calvarium -- a skull with the eye sockets broken off -- after
he personally had examined it and even measured it with
calipers, expressing pleasure with the results..
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Krogman, who was personally invited by the Egyptian government
to be present when a Pharoah's tomb was opened years before, is
shown holding the calvarium in the second photo.
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Moments after this photo was taken of Krogman with the specimen,
an associate -- a medical doctor -- walked into his office at the
Cooper Clinic in Lancaster, Pa., and he told him to come closer
to see "the oldest human skull ever found."
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Meanwhile, a CATscan revealed a second protrusion not visible
to the naked eye but located precisely where it would be expected
to be found in a human cranium.
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This specimen also tested positive for the presence of Haversian
canals under microscopic scrutiny.
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Additionally, American Medical Laboratories performed testing
of calculus analysis by crystallography on the specimen and
found "a composition of dried blood intermingled with a few
small crystals resembling calcium oxalate dihydrate."
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ANOTHER PETRIFIED HUMAN SKULL -- IN A BOULDER!

Another petrified human cranium was found approximately
a year later only a short distance from where the human
calvarium was discovered.
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It was -- still is -- embedded in a boulder that must weigh about
a thousand pounds..
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The Smithsonian was sent a photograph and Raymond Rye,
museum specialist, replied in writing: "The object ... does resemble
the outline of a human skull ... We must do a microscopic study
of the outer rind to determine if it has the structure of bone."
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The Smithsonian had been mailed granules, as requested, then
weeks later replied: "X-ray analysis of the material reveals it to be
quartz, the most abundant material of the earth's crust. So, although
the enigmatic object exposed in the boulder may resemble a hominid
skull, its mineral composition is definitely not that of bone."
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The fact is, "x-ray analysis" is NOT an appropriate test to identify
the presence or absence of cellular structure.
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Later, a microscopic photo of granules removed from the specimen
revealed the presence of Haversian canals. (Actually, I knew they
did ahead of time because I had examined other granules
microscopically before sending them to the Smithsonian.)
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PETRIFIED HUMAN FEMUR

This is a petrified human femur still embedded in shale,
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Since a femur measures approximately one-fourth of a human
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PORTION OF A TIBIA (which was fraudulently tested
by Andrew MacRae)

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Andrew Macrae, then of Calgary University, performed fraudulent
testing when entrusted to examine its cellular structure and publish
the microscopic photos on his web page. Instead. he posted
microscopic photos of a rock or a concretion.
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Macrae undoubtedly was advised and assisted by Paul Myers, then
of Temple University in Philadelphia and now at the University of
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When charged with participating in the scam, Myers adamantly denied
it. Then, when I suggested officials of Temple University check their
long-distance telephone calls during the time that Macrae was
"testing" the specimen in the summer of 1996, Myers suddenly admitted
in the talk.origins news group that he had made many phone calls
to Calgary University in that time span but on other business.
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It didn't end there. Myers later admitted in talk.origins that he had
FLOWN to Calgary one weekend during that same time period and had
spent time on campus. He said he didn't even have a chance to say
hello to Macrae, claiming he was there on other business.
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In addition, a scanning electronic microscope (SEM) was used
to examine the interior surface features of this specimen and then
compare it with cadaver bone at the same power magnification. These
are the photos at 2,000-times magnification:.
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(They would look incredibly similar if the grains were lying in
exactly the same direction.)
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The left photo in the first URL below shows what Andrew Macrae
posted on his web page, claiming it was the cell structure of
C96-001 and nothing like bone should look like (in the right photo).
The next two photos show EC96-001's true cell structure.
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It was just one of several fraudulent maneuvers perpetrated
by members of the Scientifiic Establishment over the past 21 1/2
years when the first specimen -- the large petrified skull -- was
discovered.
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Additionally, American Medical Laboratories performed calculus
analysis by crystallography on EC96-001 and determined that it
"consisted predominately of dried blood and protein."
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Pair of Petrified Fingers (or a Finger and a Toe)

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PETRIFIED MANDIBLES

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PETRIFIED HUMAN LUNG

Here's a petrified human lung found between coal veins.
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A lung is a soft organ and, as such, many contend it can never
petrify. However, in recent years it was established conclusively
that soft organs can indeed be subjected to the petrification process.
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PETRIFIED GALL BLADDER, WITH GALLSTONE

Here's a petrified gall bladder, and a CATscan revealed the presence
of a gall stone inside.
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This is one of the specimens that also was tested at American
Medical Laboratories via calculus analysis by crystallography.
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It revealed the specimen "consists of a few small pieces of dried
blood," adding that "none of the constituents normally found
in urinary calculi are present." (which comes as no surprise since
the specimen it tested is petrified).
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PETRIFIED HUMAN BRAIN

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PAIR OF PETRIFIED FETUSES

Here are a pair of petrified fetuses.The large one, which has
been transformed to a coal-like substance, measures 6 1/2
inches in length.
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PETRIFIED DINOSAUR FOOT

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It should be noted that a third "toe" was later found embedded
in the slate where it would be expected to be. A video tape exists
showing the top cover of slate patiently being removed, revealing
the third "toe" just beneath the surface.
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I should mention that the petrified femur and petrified dinosaur
foot remain as you see them -- still embedded in slate (or shale)
-- the way they were steam-shoveled from between coal veins.
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They are somewhere in this photo, taken from approximately five
miles up, of scar-marked land that was strip-mined of its coal. But
those remarkable discoveries are still there if you'd like to search.
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HANDCRAFTED WOODEN TOOL

Here's a petrified handcrafted wooden handle which has been
transformed to anthracite. It also was found between the same
two coal veins.
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PETRIFIED BONE EMBEDDED IN SLATE

Here's a portion of petrified bone still embedded in slate,
confirming that it's older than the material in which it was encased.
Obviously, that material had to be fluid or in a fluidy state for
something to harden around it.
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GIANT CANINE TOOTH

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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Vel1/MVC-007S.JPG
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Vel1/MVC-006S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Vel1/MVC-010S.JPG

(I accidentally dropped the giant tooth on the sidewalk in Hazleton,
Pa. -- too heavy for the paper bag it was in --and the tip broke off
but the two pieces fit together almost perfectly.)

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PETRIFIED FETUS EMBEDDED IN SLATE

Here's another petrified fetus, this one still embedded in slate
(or shale).
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PORTION OF GIANT PETRIFIED SCORPION

This is a portion of a giant prehistoric scorpion that was
identified as such by Wilton Krogman.
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When the world famous bone expert examined this specimen
found between coal veins, he first turned to me and mentioned
that he had performed countless dissections of scorpions in college.
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"What you have, Mr. Conrad (never Ed), is a portion of a giant
prehistoric scorpion," he told me.
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When discovered, the specimen was broken in two parts but they
fit together perfectly.
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-008S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-017S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/fossilxx/MVC-006S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-021S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-009S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-019S.JPG

This particular specimen was the subject of another cover-up
by members of the Scientific Establishment -- the Department of
Entomology at Penn State University.
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Penn State actually has batted 0-for-3 with its attempted
cover-ups of my specimens: First, its Department of Paleontology
(Roger Cuffey); Second, its Department of Anthropology (Robert
Eckardt). Third, its Department of Entomology (Charles Pitts).
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YERKES CONFIRMS SPECIMEN IS BONE

One of the specimens found between anthracite veins was positively
identified as petrified bone by the Yerkes Regional Primate Research
Center at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., which Krogman described
as "the most prestigious institution of its kind in the world."
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Jeremy Dahl, one of its bone experts who examined and tested it,
even put it in writing and signed his name, also making a drawing
of the specimen that he had examined and tested..
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Smith/YERKES2.TIF
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Dahl definitely had examined the specimen's cell structure because
he had cut off a slice while it was is possession.
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PETRIFIED HOMINID MANDIBLE

Here's another petrified hominid jaw, the frontal portion. Inclusions
are embedded in it, possibly teeth or even part of the tongue.
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Newpix5/MVC-004S.JPG
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ANOTHER PETRIFIED SOFT ORGAN

Here's another soft organ that had petrified:
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/fossilx/MVC-009S.JPG

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PETRIFIED EGGS

Here are what appear to be petrified eggs. About eight of them
were found together more than 200 feet below the original
surface of the ground (on the side wall of a stripping pit).
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Here's where they were found: (that's a bulldozer):
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PETRIFIED BONE EMBEDDED IN SLATE

Here are other specimens of petrified bone embedded in slate.
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SOMEWHAT SIMILIAR SPECIMENS

Here are two strange specimens, almost similar. What makes them
so intriguing is that they were found between anthracite veins some
40 miles apart -- one near Shenandoah and the other near Wilkes-Barre.
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THREE INTRIGUING SPECIMENS
Here are three intriguing specimens:
(For the kids' sake, let's call 'em "The Three Tenors.)
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RAYMOND DART IMPRESSED

The late, great Raymond Dart, MD., relished the opportunity to examine
some of the specimens after Krogman had informed him about them.
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This photo shows Dart holding what Krogman identified as a calvarium,
a human cranium with the eye sockets broken off.
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Here's Raymond Dart's letter:
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28 October, 1983
Dear Mr. Conrad:

This is being written as a follow-up to our meeting here in
Philadelphia on Saturday, Oct. 15, during which I had the
opportunity to examine many of the rock-like objects you
had discovered in the coal fields of Pennsylvania, near
Shenandoah.

In my opinion, the vast majority bear the contour of bone
and may well be petrified bone.

I was particularly intrigued by one of your specimens which
I agree bears a distinct resemblance to a dainosaur head
or a homind skullcap, heavily petrified.

Based on our vast ignorance about vulconology, as regards
both anatomy and anthropology, I am of the opinion that your
findings definitely warrant intense investigation by that subject's
foremost experts, especially here in America where so many
volcanic disturbances occur even today.
Yours sincerely,
Raymond A. Dart (signed)

Raymond A. Dart, M.D.
Institute of Man
The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential
8801 Stenton Avenue
Philadelphia, Pa. 19118

Here's a photo of Raymond Dart with Ed Conrad (the photo was
taken by a house painter who obliged by descending a ladder
to do so.)
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That man co-existed with dinosaurs -- back while anthracite was
being formed -- gains credence with these photos of a petrified
dinosaur foot embedded in slate.
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PECULIAR SPECIMEN

Another specimen of petrified bone embedded in slate:
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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/coalbones/inslate5.jpg

The original Easter bunny? Then, again, it might be the head
of a petrified jackass. And, IF it is, it would be rather appropriate.
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The Scientific Establishment -- led by its worldwide brood of
arrogant, defiant tenured fossils -- has long been treating
John Q. Public, and his kids, like a jackass, promoting fairy tales
and molesting truth.
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Over the past 22 years, it has engaged in deceit, deception, collusion
and conspiracy -- of MONUMENTAL proportions -- and one of the
ringleaders has been the Smithsonian Institution.
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No question, members of the scientific establishment academia
-- professors, students and alumni alike -- have long been fearful
of me and my discoveries because of the dire consequences
they realize that truth would bring.
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And well they should have been because NOW that time has
come. They're finally being put in their place and recognized
for the total disgrace that they've been to honesty and integrity
in science, failing to pursue the truth no matter WHERE it leads.
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NOW they're not just *afraid* of Ed Conrad. They're terrified!
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Man as Old as Coal
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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Alaska Museum of Natural History
Alaska State Museums, Juneau, Alaska
Albany Museum, Rhodes University, Grahamstowm, South Africa
The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, Claremont, California
American Museum of Natural History, New York City, New York
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Australian Museum Online
Australian National Botanical Garden
Berkeley Natural History Museums consortium, Berkeley, California
Bernice Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Bob Campbell Geology Museum, Clemson University
Buena Vista Museum of Natural History
Burke Museum, University of Washington, Seattle
The California Academy of Sciences
Canadian Museum of Nature
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Centennial Museum, University of Texas at El Paso
The Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago, Illinois
Chula Vista Nature Center, Chula Vista, California
Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
City of Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio
College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum
Connecticut State Museum of Natural History
Cumberland Lodge, Museum, and Center for Leadership Studies,
Williamsburg, Kentucky
Dallas Museum of Natural History
Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver, Colorado
Johnston Geology Museum, Emporia, Kansas
Essig Museum of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, Georgia
Fick Fossil and History Museum, Oakley, Kansas
The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago
Finnish Museum of Natural History: Botanical Museum
The Florida Museum of Natural History
Georgia Museum of Natural History
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Haus der Natur, Cismar, Germany
Haus der Natur, Salzburg, Austria
The High Desert Museum, Bend, Oregon
Honolulu Community College Dinosaur Exhibit, Honolulu, Hawaii
Hooper Virtual Paleontological Museum, Canada
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Humboldt State University Natural History Museum, Humboldt, California
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
Illinois Natural History Survey
Illinois State Museum
Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals, Polish Academy of
Sciences
Kansas University Natural History Museum, Lawrence, Kansas
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History
Louisiana State University Museum of Natural Science
Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, England
Massachusetts Museum of Natural History, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst, Massachusetts
Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Missouri Botanical Garden
Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, California
Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, Vermont
Musée de Minéralogie, Êcole des Mines, Paris
Musée d’Histoire Naturelle, Fribourg, Switzerland
Musée National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France
Musée National d’Histoire Naturelle,Luxembourg
Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle de Genève (Museum of Natural History,
Geneva)
Museo di Storia Naturale di Firenze, Firenze (Florence), Italy
Museo di Storia Naturale dell’Università di Pisa, Certosa di Calci,
Italy
Museo Mundo de Ambar, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales de Madrid (WWW)
Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali, Trento, Italy
Museon, Den Haag (The Hague), Netherlands
Museum of Natural History and Cormack Planetarium, Providence, RI
Museums of Natural History, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Museum of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium
Museum of Southwestern Biology, University of New Mexico
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
National Museum of Natural History: Naturalis, Leiden, The Netherlands
The Natural History Museum, Berne, Switzerland
The Natural History Museum, London
Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht, The Netherlands
Natuurmuseum Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Neanderthal Museum, Mettmann, Germany
New England Aquarium, Boston, Massachusetts
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
The New York State Museum
Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan
North Carolina Museum of Life and Science
The North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
Nova Scotia Museum
The Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, California
The Oklahoma Biological Survey
Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, Monterey County, California
Paleontological Museum, University of Oslo, Norway
The Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University
Pratt Museum of Natural History, Amherst College
Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
The Rankin Museum of American and Natural History
The Raptor Center, University of Minnesota
Redpath Museum, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada
The Royal British Columbia Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto
The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada
San Diego Natural History Museum, San Diego, California
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Satrosphere , Aberdeen, Scotland
Senckenberg Natural History Museum, Frankfurt, Germany
Sierra College Natural History Museum
The Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History
St. Louis Science Center
Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart, Germany
State Darwin Museum, Moscow, Russia
Stephen Birch Aquarium-Museum, Scripps Institute of Oceanography
Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Stoke-on-Trent City Museum
Mayborn Museum Complex, Baylor University
The Swedish Museum of Natural History
Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science
Tate Geological Museum, Casper, Wyoming
The Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, Tennessee
The Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas at Austin
Teylers Museum, Haarlem, The Netherlands
University of Alaska Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska
University of Alberta Museum of Zoology
University of California Museum of Paleontology
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History
University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History
University of Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln, Nebraska
University of Oregon Museum of Natural History
University of Washington Fish Collection
University of Wisconsin-Madison Geology Museum
University of Wyoming Geological Museum
The Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, Long Island, New York
The Virginia Living Museum, Newport News, Virginia
Virginia Marine Science Museum, Hampton Roads, Virginia
Virginia Museum of Natural History
Virginia Museum of Natural History, Virginia Tech branch
Voralberger Naturschau Dornbirn, Dornbirn, Austria
Worldwide Museum of Natural History
Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Thermopolis, Wyoming
Zoological Museum of the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Zoological Museum of the University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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