So why do you think that many of us, who have read and searched for many (how about 50+) years for convincing evidence, and academia world-wide do not agree with you? Do you think they're all not open-minded enough? Or perhaps, just maybe, it's you that have the wrong story?Quote
Although I'm glad to see that you are finally using a dictionary for quasi-familiar terms, it's rather ironic that *YOU* of all people are telling someone else here to "Get Real!" Especially considering the pictures Thanos5150 posted, to which you are *NOT* even remotely open-minded to the mere *POSSIBILITY* that these example *COULD* in fact be clear evidence of a technologically-advanced ancient civilization, just like all the myths say, just like Plato and all the philosophers said,
I'd be interested in a citation here, but even if it conveys the meaning you prefer, do you really think they would be saying the same thing nowadays, in the face of new, improved knowledge about the evolution of the human species and the likelihood of visitors from elsewhere in space? They were brilliant scientists, always seeking the truth. Newton's alchemy was understandable in his lifetime.Quote
...just like Newton and Boyle ...
Everyone? I wonder if you mean those people whose views are unevidenced, but which youprefer because they have more mystery surrounding them, and which provide you with a feeling of being more a member of an 'in' group who have some ancient, superior/secret/specialised knowledge which will be recognised during your lifetime?Quote
...said, the same one which everyone says preceded recorded history. (Not to mention the fact that the "mythical" Minoans, Trojans, Mycenaeans all turned out to be true, not imaginary figments.) Nope, not you