> I don't know what evidence you are referring to as "valid". I'm
> only looking for evidence that eliminates all but one
> hypothesis in order to render it "indisputable". As of this
> moment, no such evidence has been presented.
> I honestly don't know what you're complaining about. We are all
> free to assess the evidence presented in these discussions
> however we see fit according to our own standards of proof or
> wishful thinking. That's not at all the problem here.
Frankly, I think your standard of proof is too high but then it helps compensate for those whose standard of proof is too low. ;)
I'm interested in knowing what method you used to arrive at your own hypotheses. If not a distinct method then a more general category would be interesting to know. I suppose ultimately everyone's method comes down to deduction or intuition, though (or some combination).
It's funny that you believe inb an ancient civilization and I believe the ancient civilization was everywhere we look and find people. All ancient people were civilized and they only seem like stumble footed bumpkins to us because we are projecting our own weaknesses.