>......, we should learn
> to agree to disagree...civilly.
> I give the early explorers a LOT of credit for their life's
> hard work, but their standards of proof were extremely low and
> have been shown time and time again to not reflect what really
> happened back then despite it having been mainstream's
> "accepted view" for centuries. What we see going on at Baalbek
> is a game changer.
Well, respectfully and civilly, the underlined above represents your mere speculative opinion
which is completely unsupported by any fact, evidence or standard of proof!
One might on that basis, form the view that tis you who has a very low , or muddled ,standard of proof!
Or have limited knowledge about the subject.
So it not at all difficult, to civilly and respectfully agree to disagree, with your opinionated conjecture, regardless of whether
it might be, by shear coincidental chance or unknown basis, to be somewhat correct!
Further if you demand exacting standards of proof of others then one ought to reasonably expect it to be applied to yourself?
Yes it is tedious! Over and out!