> Hello Tsurugi
> Couldn't agree more. Shite explanation given all
> of the evidence/anomalies at our fingertips. From
> machining marks to fantastic weights... a little
> too fantastic in relation to the explanations
> given if you get my drift. ;)
> Watched a program on tv tonight about Gobekli
> Tepi... Hunter Gatherer's did this in their spare
> time and they know this because they found some
> animal bones at the level of GT and so, logically
> therefore, GT must have been made at the time
> these bones were dated to. uh huh. Never mind that
> there wasn't any comment on the way the hands were
> carved in the same manner, almost exactly in some
> ways, to the hands which can be found on the
> Easter Island statues. huh?
> Pyramids not built by a lost civilization some
> I say...
> How can one, given everything we know or can
> access info wise, come to any other conclusion?
> From Petra to Sacsayhuaman to Derinkuyu to Puma
> Punku and Nazca earth grids...no lost civilization
> aye? uh huh.
> Copper chisels and hammers did all this work?
> laughable but yet people cling to what they were
> first told. It's easier.
> Evidence of high tech cutting is all around these
> ancient sites...safer to state that AE did this by
> sheer will and a mountain of copper chisels and
> miracle saws which operated at higher capacity
> than present day tech in some examples.
> Chris Dunn was onto something... probably closest
> to the truth than anyone else imho.
Well said. The mainstream narrative of "superstitious dudes in buttflaps build supertombs out of impossiblocks using the 'million guys with ropes' technique" is a very 19th century perspective. Every other science has undergone massive revolutions since the 1800s, now they look nothing like they did back then.
Archaeology, not so much. Still pushing their "I don't know therefore temple" assessments and their inherent isolationist bias.