Patterns in Prehistory, a treasure trove of valuable information about the development of ancient often “primitive” cultures (‘though author Robert J. Wenke has the dates wrong), such as “neaderthal” and “homo erectus,” with tool use, ritual buriel, music (bone flutes), and I’d bet hand-built shelters when all the caves were filled, posits that harvesting field crops has been ongoing for a million years, an astounding admission for a darwinist to make, that humans playing instruments, harvesting mostly natural field (during the Ice Age) crops, nuts and berries, hunting large beasts, and building stone and wooden structures, had been ongoing for a million years until the time that cities began, where capitalistic labor specialization was practiced, state armies formed, taxation and tyranny ever opposed thereafter.
During a million years, for instance in the Levant (Holy Land), with harvesting and hunting documented by many settlement ruins and refuse in what now are deserts such as the Negev (because the Ice Age really ended circa 1500 b.c.), would you not think that there should be more than about a thousand years worth or ruins and refuse but when Wenke and the darwinists say such had been ongoing there for a million years? What’s up with that? And consider that the earliest people and place names in the region are biblical, fitting the notion of a thousand years of settlement in areas which would begin to turn to dust circa 1500 b.c.
And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.