For this 550,000-year-old stone hand-axe to have been cut and shaped so accurately other tools made out of even harder metals such as Iron or steel must have been employed.

Their brightness stems not from their being polished, as evolutionists maintain, but from the shaping itself.

Those ■ who made these items must have had devices of iron or steel to let them shape these materials in the manner they wished.

The way evolutionist scientists describe the era they came from as the "Polished Stone Age" is completely unscientific.

It is impossible for pol- ish to be preserved over thousands of years.

Of the bracelets in the above picture, the one on the left is made of marble, and the right one from basalt. Evolutionists claim that in that period, only tools made out of stone were used.

But basalt and marble are exceptionally hard substances.

They prefer to forget the whole question, and to have others do the same. It is impossible to produce per- fectly regular and razor-sharp tools, as in the remains that have come down to us, by scraping one stone against another.

It is possible to shape hard stones such as granite, basalt or dolerite without them crumbling apart only by using steel files, lathes and planes.

In the same way, they can never explain how winged insects first came to fly though they maintain This stone carving is 11,000 years old — when, according to evolutionists, only crude, stone tools were in use.

However, such a work cannot be produced by rub- bing one stone against another.

Slabs of hard stone can be cut so accurately only by using a material even harder, such as steel.