ISBN Reviewed by Colin Groves. Jack Cuozzo is an orthodontist who works in a hospital in New Jersey, trained in forensic anthropology by the noted physical anthropologist W. He is fascinated by the Neandertal fossils, and has personally examined and X-rayed many of them; this makes him unusual, possibly unique, because he is also a creationist.
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Start your review of Buried Alive Write a review Shelves: integrate Not my review, but one that I think described the book very well: "How many books on human fossils begin with a dangerous high speed chase through the streets of Paris, complete with mysterious pursuers in sports cars? What are gripping descriptions of a drive-by shooting and a bizarre murder of an innocent scientist doing in a book on the dull topic of ancient fossil remains?
I had read several of Dr. Not my review, but one that I think described the book very well: "How many books on human fossils begin with a dangerous high speed chase through the streets of Paris, complete with mysterious pursuers in sports cars?
It exceeds them. What I was not expecting was the ferocity and tactics of evolutionists seeking to suppress the evidence Dr. Cuozzo presents. This is more than a dry book of science. It reveals the all too human side of paleoanthropology. When the famous British scientist, Lord Zuckerman, doubted whether there was much science to be found in the field of human fossil research he was hinting at the degree to which evolutionism, philosophic beliefs and assumptions distort what the public is taught about the evidence.
This book is the stuff of which Kuhnian scientific revolutions are made. A poorer explanation of the place of Neanderthal in the human family tree has been replaced by a superior one.
Jacks work that everyone in the scientific community treats Neanderthals as real humans nowadays. Back in the s, Dentist Dr. Jack Cuozzo decided he wanted to study more about the cave men of Europe. He was able to gather some radiography equipment, contact the museums in Europe that house the skulls of these ancient people, and gather his young family to help him out.
Jack was honest and responsible working with the museums. In exchange for access to the It is partly because of Dr. In exchange for access to the fossils, he would provide them with copies of the radiographs for their own continued study. They were professionals. What happened to Dr. Jack, his family, and his coworkers when the museums found out what he was doing is thrilling and scary stuff.
You want to see God at work protecting His people and helping them get the truth out, read this book. Now, those stories are just the opening chapters of the book.
There are even chapters on their teeth and jaws. There are also sections talking about the caves where the fossils were found. It was Dr. He even caught a picture of a dinosaur cave painting while running away from a guardian.
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