Stonehenge Coal Trend



Stonehenge Coal Trend

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545

Denke is saying that Britain's oldest 3 coal fields surface 40 miles
apart, from west to east; Pembrokeshire, South Wales, then Bristol.
The first 2 were discovered by Homo erectus 800kya, the third by
Neanderthal 100kya, Denke's hand-axes, coal cinders and fly-ashes
dated. Later, after the extinction of Homo erectus and Neanderthal,
Homo sapiens explored Salisbury Plain for coal, first 10kya (carpark
tests), then 5kya (henge ditches). Denke is saying these 3 oldest coal
fields of Britain being aligned 40 miles apart is what caused
Salisbury Plain coal exploration. Why? Because that area is 40 miles
southeast of Bristol in the alignment. That equal distance and
direction resulted in Woodhenge, Durrington Walls, Stonehenge, Avebury
henges, etc. being dug 5kya by Homo sapiens on Salisbury Plain. None
of them had any coal of course, and according to Denke they discovered
certain coal bearing "white stone" (limestone vs. chalk) differences,
carbonate fossils, as the cause. Because the other henge sites were
being lived on by Homo sapiens, unoccupied Stonehenge was chosen for
the school, with athletics. Later, rocks around Britain's first 2 coal
fields, Pembrokeshire and South Wales, were brought for Geology class
exhibits. Teachers and parents honored Welsh coal miners on Saturdays,
student football was on Sundays. Personally, my thought on this is
that Denke is insane, because schools never have athletics.

http://www.online-archaeology.co.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2537
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5312359
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=13284

Garry Denke
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