Jul 1, 2008
The picture above comes to us from http://evolution-facts.org/
The hammer in the picture is called the London Artifact, and it is an iron hammer surrounded by a solid mass of "cretaceous" rock.
What in the world is a hammer doing in "cretaceous" rock?
According to evolutionists, that would be far beyond impossible.
The handle of the hammer was partially PETRIFIED.
A test was done on the metal. The hammer contains 96% iron, 2.6% chlorine, and 0.74% sulfur. There are no bubbles in the metal at all. Yes, the hammer is most definitely made of iron. The quality of the iron equals or exceeds the quality of any iron found in today's world.
So ask an evolutionist about this.....and watch them squirm.