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FORBIDDEN
ANTHROPOLOGY
   Kaitlyn McKeown
   Maxime Sansregret
COVER UP

- Michael Cremo--> Massive over-up

 -Filtering out things that don’t make
                  sense
CONVENTIONAL
          THEORY

 -States that modern man originated in south
Africa and travelled until the new world 30 00...
VIRGINIA/FORBIDDEN
           SITE
When facts don’t make sense according to evidence, it is
                   forgotten a...
EXTINCTION OF
           DINOSAURS
Predominant theory says that humans weren’t around
       to witness the extinction of ...
COVERING UP STORIES


  They found a carcass of a paleosaur in New Zealand.
Didn’t make sense according to evidence that i...
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    1. 1. FORBIDDEN ANTHROPOLOGY Kaitlyn McKeown Maxime Sansregret
    2. 2. COVER UP - Michael Cremo--> Massive over-up -Filtering out things that don’t make sense
    3. 3. CONVENTIONAL THEORY -States that modern man originated in south Africa and travelled until the new world 30 000 years ago - Because of artefacts that they found, they can overturn the theory
    4. 4. VIRGINIA/FORBIDDEN SITE When facts don’t make sense according to evidence, it is forgotten about People won’t talk about it
    5. 5. EXTINCTION OF DINOSAURS Predominant theory says that humans weren’t around to witness the extinction of dinosaurs Human footprints were found with dinosaurs--> Didn’t make sense--> New made up story(tourist attraction!)
    6. 6. COVERING UP STORIES They found a carcass of a paleosaur in New Zealand. Didn’t make sense according to evidence that it should of been extinct for millions of years -->
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