So I guess the answer to the OP is “You don’t have to prove it, because why would you fake it?”
OK, how about this: Some high School student grabbed Adolph, (no, too obvious), Hermann Goerring as supporting evidence for his thesis in his History term paper project on the Gestapo. Hermann overpowers the unfortunate student, sends him back in his place, and has taken up a new identity as an historical anthropologist. Being a eugenicist (sp?), he sets out to prove that the Arrayan race was the original race of Europe, so he finds some people he believes are pure, sends them back to 30,002 years ago, then picks them up from 30,000 years ago. He is now parading them around, using them to stir up popular support to send an army back in time to fight for the Reich. Good God, it could be the end of history as we know it! That is, unless you can prove these Arrayan/Cro-magnons are fakes.
And everywhere you go, people always say the same thing: “But what would be the point of a fake Cro-magnon? He has a time machine!”
Hey, it could happen! :eek: