WHAT’S AN IRON HAMMER DOING IN CRETACEOUS ROCK WITH SEASHELLS?
The London Artifact is an iron hammer, surrounded by a solid mass of cretaceous rock and seashells. Evolutionists date the cretaceous period to be millions of years ago but it was actually just another flood layer and the flood was 4,500 years ago..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 made today. Now ask yourself, how does an obviously very old hammer get embedded into millions of years old cretaceous rock? The only answer is that cretaceous rock isn’t that old at all.
The Bible doesn’t tell us much about pre-flood people, so we should pay close attention to the little it does say. In Genesis chapter 4, we are given information about the first descendents of Adam.
“Lamech married two women. The first was named Adah, and the second was Zillah. Adah gave birth to Jabal, who was the first of those who raise livestock and live in tents. His brother’s name was Jubal, the first of all who play the harp and flute. Lamech’s other wife, Zillah, gave birth to a son named Tubal-cain. He became an expert in forging tools of bronze and iron.”
So we see that pre-flood people worked with metal. It says Tubal-cain was an expert. This tells us he was very good at what he did, and this agrees with and explains the advanced metals found on Noah’s Ark and the London Hammer