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4 years ago
Harte
jsncrs Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Whilst discussing the lost civilization > hypothesis, my friend argued that there are no > ancient texts anywhere in the world that speak of > an advanced / atlantean civilization. I know for a > fact that there are, but I can't think of any off > the top of my head besides Plato's Timaeus & >
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4 years ago
Harte
The Iron Age in India predates the oldest temples found there by at least a thousand years. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Correction: They carved a "corner" out of the ground with their shovels. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Semir would be astonished at what you say > above, > > by the way. His book on the Maya asserts there > > are none of them left on Earth, since they all > > departed the planet long ago on photon-powered
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4 years ago
Harte
Ratcho Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sacsayhuaman...perfectly fitted multi ton stones - > chip a little off here, a little there? > > I can show you many examples of failed modern > attempts - they thought it would be so easy... ; > ) > > What are the successes you would direct me to? > Stocks? > > I'm guessing th
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4 years ago
Harte
While the factual origins and exact methods of construction of many sites around the world are not (and can never be)precisely known, the fact is the shaping of large hard stones with tools known to be available to the ancients has been not only explained, but actually demonstrated in modern times. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I haven't read all of the codices but apparently > the Mayans today believe they did come from > Pleiades. Start at about the > 4 min mark > > So he didn't make up things about another culture. > Looks like you're the one making up stuff, so far. > > > The world is full of quacks
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > gulsbo Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > It is strange. Osmanovitch seems trustworthy, > > but > > > I have still seen little clear
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4 years ago
Harte
The Hopi had several "people." The Ant People come to mind, so watch where you're stepping. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Oblivious Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > I find the 26000 year ride around our galaxy > in > > > our solar system interesting.
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4 years ago
Harte
gulsbo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It is strange. Osmanovitch seems trustworthy, but > I have still seen little clear evidence. Before he began carving pyramids out of hills, and after he tired of selling sheet metal, Osmanagich had this to say about the Maya: "“The Mayan hieroglyphics tell us that their ancestors came from the Pleiades… firs
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4 years ago
Harte
Oblivious Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I find the 26000 year ride around our galaxy in > our solar system interesting. Interesting, but not true. It takes something like 250 million years for the Solar System to make one lap around the galaxy. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
They've been made aware many times. It's been pointed out on multiple occasions. They claim conspiracy, of course. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Merrell Wrote: > There are masons' marks in the relieving chambers > of the Great Pyramid that show that the stones > were put in place by a particular construction > crew working in the reign of Khufu (Roth, Egyptian > Phyles in the Old Kingdom: The Evolution of a > System of Social Organization (Studies in Ancient > Oriental Civilization 48), 1991: 125-133). Rot
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4 years ago
Harte
The speaker, Dr. Greg Little, has been beating the Atlantis in Bimini drum for A.R.E. for decades. Dr. Little holds his doctorate in family counseling. He is in no way qualified as either a classicist, historian, archaeologist or anthropologist. His associate Bill Donato has a masters degree in archaeology. His thesis was about Atlantis. Donato has never used his degree for any legitim
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4 years ago
Harte
Yourconscience Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Any idea how the builders of Tiwanaku in Bolivia > moved these hundred ton blocks over 65 miles from > the quarries when the altitude there is plus > 13,000 feet above sea level, that is, an altitude > where no trees exist? It is said the complex was > populated at 40,000 people around 12,800
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4 years ago
Harte
"Submerged stone structures lying just below the waters off Yonaguni Jima are actually the ruins of a Japanese Atlantis—an ancient city sunk by an earthquake about 2,000 years ago. That's the belief of Masaaki Kimura, a marine geologist at the University of the Ryukyus in Japan who has been diving at the site to measure and map its formations for more than 15 years." Source: A
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4 years ago
Harte
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > The point which evades you is, where in all of > > this does assigning particular dates to the > > pyramids figure? How in any way does it serve > the > > interests of the Kochs? > > Put simpl
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4 years ago
Harte
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I quite agree. Only poor people that happen to > be > > Democrats should fund research of any kind. > > I’d be dubious of social or political research > funded by the Kochs. > > What no o
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: > The Koch brothers? The frackers? The founders of > the Tea Party? The fighters of global warming > initiatives? > The filthy rich oil investors funding > organizations against the working class? > > Sure Stower, why don't you tell us, here in the > U.S., all about the fine upstanding honest Koch > brothers. And while you're at it, let Mother
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4 years ago
Harte
ONE two three, ONE two three... LOL Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Where'd you learn to dance like that? Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Gravel weighs less that the rock it is made from?
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4 years ago
Harte
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > QuoteIn 2007, domestic production of > > industrial > > limestone was about 1.1 billion metric > > tons, valued at more than $9 > billion. > > > > > QuoteI'm sorry I though
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4 years ago
Harte
cladking Wrote: > You don't see the problem here at all. The entire > US limestone industry all put together wouldn't do > this amount of lifting in a century. QuoteIn 2007, domestic production of industrial limestone was about 1.1 billion metric tons, valued at more than $9 billion. QuoteThe pyramid is 756 feet long on each side, 481 feet high, and composed of 2.3 mill
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4 years ago
Harte
You lost it at "pre-deluge." Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Next to the last resort of true believers - blame Wikipedia. You know, Wiki sources its material. I count 14 links at the bottom of the "Cardiff Giant" page alone. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Read it from his own paper: Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Schoch never gave the sphinx a date of 10,000 ybp. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
It's his PhD dissertation, and he states that it's either Jupiter or Saturn. Harte
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