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A Study on a Possible Carboniferous Human Femur Fossil

A Study on a Possible Carboniferous Human Femur Fossil 


Mr.Ed Conrad, the discoverer of the subject material, has claimed he 
has found thousands of "fossils" in the Mahanoy City and Shenandoah 
region of Pennsylvania, USA. Before this study, the author has 
over 20 different specimens of those "fossils" and found they are all 
animal fossils, well preserved down to the microscopic level. The 
subject material was still partially embedded in a slate in the 
Carboniferous rock layer when it was first photographed. The author 
found it was a fossil because it contained Haversian canals, which 
found only in animals' compact bones. It belonged to a mammal because 
it possessed plentiful remains of scarlet, round, anucleate and 
concave cells, which were red blood cells found only in mammals. It 
was possibly a fossilized human femur bone because it displayed the 
following features: (1) It is nearly straight and round, with maximum 
length estimated at approximately 57 centimeters , and mid-section 
diameter of 3.3 centimeters; (2) It bears close resemblance to a 
femur of Peking Man; (3) It possesses plentiful round, anucleate and 
concave red blood cell remains as large as eight micrometers in 
diameter. Only human femur bones fully meet the above three features. 
The author has searched various fossil records and data bank, but 
found no other mammals possessed a bone that displays the above three 
features or the first two features in the case of an extinct mammal. 
So, it could be a femur of a new Carboniferous mammal with human 

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