The London Artifact is an iron hammer, surrounded by a solid mass of cretaceous rock. The handle was partially PETRIFIED. It was discovered in London, Texas. Notice the shiny spot on the metal part. The family who found the hammer, filed the metal to see if it was really metal; the spot has not rusted yet, even though it has been about forty-five years. Is it really iron? A test was done on the metal. This hammer contains 96% iron, 2.6% chlorine, and 0.74% sulfur. There are no bubbles in it at all. Yes, it is iron. The quality of which equals or exceeds the quality of any iron found today.
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The material for this site was taken from two books, compiled by free-lance Reporter Vance Ferrell. BA. MA. :
'EVOLUTION DISPROVED SERIES' The Volumes are entitled:
Vol. 1 - ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE;
Vol. 2 - ORIGIN OF LIFE
Vol. 3 - OTHER EVIDENCE
Published by Pilgrims Books; Altamont TN 37301
copyright 1992 by Research Institute for Better Reading Inc.
The second book is 'EVOLUTION CRUNCHER' Copyright 2001
(Now updated to 'Evolution Handbook' Copyright 2006)
Published by "Evolution Facts, Inc."
Box 300, Altamont, TN. 37301