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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by chemobrain, Apr 12, 2019.
Her, or the clones? You know about them right?
And it was not children. They were a litter.
It’s all my WooTube... #speculaTV
I've been thinking about indians and illnesses. On certain west-indian island 100% on the natives died. I'm not sure it had the same effect in latin/south-america. Mexico city was one of the largest cities on the planet when cotrez came....and still is.
One of the most intresting books iv'e read is "The memoirs of conquistador bernal diaz del Castillo". He was one of cortez soldiers.
Oh ........ The seeds of distension to make the world go round
it could have been a fun video if the narator did not spend equal time slagging everything, ( lost me at that point)
so i will watch this one instead.
Yeah, it's on the premise that you need to have power tools to have any kind of technology. Seems like the filmmakers are getting dumber.
They didn't have power tools to build Swiss watches and clocks either. They had close to that kind of technology when the ancient Greeks built that analog computer, basically it was a calendar which calculated religious holidays, kind of like a very complicated watch/clock but it didn't have a spring like a clock, you'd have to input what you wanted.
That was one of the all time great pranks. When Jack Parr showed it on the tonight show, some people took it hook, line, and sinker.
Ancient alien homeboys AKA bad hombres built ancient giant clock entirely from wood only to have the clock fall on their space ship and strand them on the granite plain for millennia.
Scientists believe this is the origin of break dancing, which was used to communicate over vast distances.
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The mere existence of some of this engineering nearly proves to me that we are not advancing in our intelligence, or, if we are, it's from a separate evolution of humans 2.0, 3.0 etc. We now appear to have some knowledge that wasn't available to the ancients, however, they appear to have had plenty that we don't have now. Otherwise we'd have actual answers to all these questions.
As far as woo, I think that it's always important to start at a point that does not include woo. If the science actually takes you there that's one thing, but to reach a point where you have to say..."There's no other explanation", then you just tapped out.
Look at what a Luthier would do 100+ years ago with a few hand tools:
I mean c'mon. Look at those veneers in the headstock and the shaping of them, look at the curves, look how ya'd just design anything you needed in your build versus off the shelf stuff, check out the internal sympathetic string system with a damper switch you could tune from the surface, no laser etching on those inlays....the whole thing just with some know how, design ingenuity and hand tools.
Sure, today they might copy an F-5, or an L-5, but you just don't see design ingenuity compounded with talent to make it happen in such an arcane fashion.
Rather, this is what bragging rights are today:
The only logical explanation is that Aliens used to build guitars.
I agree that you gotta be careful what you read/watch and how they reach their conclusions. This article is a good place to start if you're wondering what South America used to be like, and the level of advancement they reached before ~90% of them died.
Djehutihotep’s tomb has a nice depiction of how they moved the really big stuff.
Not too complicated.
Huge numbers of aliens levitating using advanced tech in that pic
I have a theory (hypothesis?) about guys like Beck and Hendrix and Doc Watson. I "believe" they were sent here from another world specifically to make the rest of us look like krap.
Google “Hungarians Martians” for some fun reading.
That's what I find interesting about 'regular' archeology. Every building they uncover is a Temple. Every small figurine they find is 'an idol', most often a 'fertility idol'. Pagan Sacrifices are very prominent and a favorite explanation for everything.
When you look at modern people from poor to advanced nations there are many similarities, "so like us": factories, warehouses, colleges/universities, theaters, ... even convenience stores. kids play with action figures and dolls --
"Mattel has sold over a billion Barbie dolls". Imagine the glee of future archaeologists! These people were obsessed with idols!
Kids are wearing the same shoe brands, shirts, and so on.
"They were so like us!"
The meteor impact data from 12,000 years ago found in Greenland does a lot to explain the global temperature shifts as well as the mammoth/etc extinctions just like the dinosaur asteroid 65 million years ago.
Valid findings will bubble up in the crowd sourced model that is youtube -- and there are a few intriguing ideas among the far flung concepts.
I'm seeing the rise and fall of greater civilizations than the history books currently recognize -- eventually they will catch up just like all the kids dinosaur books changed between the 1970s and the 1990s...
It left me speechless!
There are people out there who honestly believe that if something is beyond their own intellectual grasp that it is beyond the capabilities of humans altogether, therefore it must be the work of aliens.
That's what I'm sayin'
People, in large groups, are capable of the most wonderful and terrible things.