Their central proposition is that the model of human prehistory, carefully built-up by scholars over the past two centuries, is sadly and utterly wrong. (Any evidence that does not fit the model is simply excluded to make it seem right). It cannot be put right by minor adjustments. The model needs to be thrown out, and we need to start again with open minds free of preconceptions.
This is a position close to Graham Hancock's heart, forming the basis of his Fingerprints of the Gods. His focus was exclusively on the last 20,000 years and on the possibility that an advanced global civilization may have flourished more than 12,000 years ago. It was wiped out and forgotten in the great cataclysm that brought the last Ice Age to an end.
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Anomalous and out-of-place discoveries reported by Cremo and Thompson in The Hidden History of the Human Race include evidence that anatomically-modern humans may have been present on planet Earth not just for 100,000 years (the orthodox view), but for millions of years!