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4 years ago
Harte
Tiahuanaco's elevation is almost 2.5 miles above sea level. Had some tsunami washed over the area, the wave would have to have been at least that high, and it's almost 200 miles inland. Such waves leave more than something that looks kinda like a "ruffle" (or whatever you said,) especially when they travel 200 miles inland at over 12,500 feet heights. Never happened. The saline la
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4 years ago
Harte
gulsbo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > istory-of-giants-and.html?m=1 > Is this proof or what? If those are the only choices, I'll take "what." Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
What are these "catastrophic flaws" in the two separate C14 dating projects? There is certainly a scientific consensus. It's not based solely on C14 dates and styles. There are the work gang markings in the relieving chambers, for example. Egyptology doesn't accept Sitchin's baseless claim that they were forged, and for good reason. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Jon Ellison Wrote: > This assumes that a statue of a lion or anything > else would have been carved with an erect head and > narrow neck. > A supporting buttress or web for a possible lion > snout would not be out of the question. Many "OK" > statues employ this technique. (For example in > between human legs) > The present Human head and headdress disp
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4 years ago
Harte
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Except the causeway doesn't "go around it." > > Egyptologists such as Rainer Stadelmann and Vassil > Dobrev, among other researchers, would disagree. > > > > Both pictures show tha
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4 years ago
Harte
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Why does the sphinx enclosure follow Kahfre's > > Causeway along the length of one side? > > The question is why does the G2 causeway conform > to the Sphinx enclosure, not the otherway around. > To some Egyptolog
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4 years ago
Harte
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Your text comes from the Valley of the Kings. > > Anubis on his hill (mountain) refers to him > > overseeing that place. Thebes (Luxor,) not > Giza. > > No, "my" text does not. It comes a
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4 years ago
Harte
The line between being suggestive and editing Plato to make a point isn't even a fine one. Caught rewriting Plato, I don't blame you for not wanting to "linger." Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Your text comes from the Valley of the Kings. Anubis on his hill (mountain) refers to him overseeing that place. Thebes (Luxor,) not Giza. Can you identify the pic you posted? Where does it come from (not the website, the location.) Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Possibly asinine. Certainly true. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Yourconscience Wrote: Plato's Allegory does not > state Atlantis "sank" into the sea, his account > goes thusly, "and the great island of Atlantis > also disappeared "in" the sea". On this subject I > would imply that Atlantis was "swept" into the > sea. And if this is Atlantis is yet to be proven. > At least, it is a real possibili
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4 years ago
Harte
Mdsign Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > > > Lastly, I'd like to point out to these > believers > > that the Sphinx faces due East into the sunrise. > > > It is therefore true that, at some point in > time, > > the sphinx will directly face EVERY zodiacal > > constellation. > > > &g
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4 years ago
Harte
QuoteEndorheic lakes are usually in the interior of a landmass, far from an ocean in areas of relatively low rainfall. Their watersheds are often confined by natural geologic land formations such as a mountain range, cutting off water egress to the ocean. The inland water flows into dry watersheds where the water evaporates, leaving a high concentration of minerals and other inflow erosion produc
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4 years ago
Harte
Merrell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Is there any reason to think the sphinx is > > associated with Leo, the earliest attestation > of > > which is Babylonian/Sumerian? > > Studies of Occidental > Constellations and Star Names
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4 years ago
Harte
Freya Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Pluto however had to little mass to explain the > anomaly so it never was resolved and the question > about one or more heavy bodies has since > remained. > Although the question does remain, the anomalies in Uranus' orbit were eventually explained: Clyde Tombaugh's discovery of Pluto in 1930 a
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4 years ago
Harte
My sources came from a paper written by Andy Mayhew, which i have read. I've also read the reports of most of the sources he listed. The idea of tropical vegetation came from VonDaniken and was parroted by Hancock in "Fingerprints of the Gods." No mammoths were "flash frozen" anywhere. Most of them show marks of predation. How does a wolf chew through hard-frozen ma
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4 years ago
Harte
Is there any reason to think the sphinx is associated with Leo, the earliest attestation of which is Babylonian/Sumerian? IIRC, in Sumer Leo was originally seen as a dog, not a lion. Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Do you have an answer for why no ancient structures are to be found on Bimini? The island has been above sea level for longer than the original beachrock formation. An Atlantean "road to nowhere?" Harte
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4 years ago
Harte
Alchemist222 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Mammoths found frozen died in different time > > periods spread over tens of thousands of years. > > > > Was there some sort of environmental calamity > > every year? > > > > Anim
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4 years ago
Harte
Origyptian Wrote: > And what you fail to realize is that Protzen, > himself, was not able to come up with a rational > explanation of how that construction was done.QuoteClose examination of some interior angles of the precisely wrought stones reveals, even to the naked eye,a fine groove in the very apex of the angles. We suggest that these grooves result from the blade of a chisel-
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Why don't you ask Firestone about flash frozen > > mammoths? > > > > He'd laugh you out of the room. > > How would you know, do you know him personally? > You assume a great deal. So? Why don'
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4 years ago
Harte
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Can you explain how an impact event can cause > > instantaneous freezing? > > > > Harte > > Large very high velocity object entering the > atmosphere displacing the predominantly nit
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > You were the one that mentioned the "black mat" > in > > conjunction with the "flash frozen" mammoths. > > The black mat is in conjunction with a > catastrophic event causing mass extin
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHarte > It's Hancock's claim that I refute, remember? > Therefore, Hancock's source is the pivotal one, > not your opinion of whether Hancock knows what > he's talking about here (there's no way to know if > he lied purposefully or just copied other fringe > writer's claims, like he did in mos
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > You are using one set of fringe writers to back > up > > what another fringe writer claims. > > > > Might as well ask Pat Robertson about ancient > > history. > > You just buried yourself
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4 years ago
Harte
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > You should realize that the "flakes" are > visible > > for quite some time before they are loose > enough > > for rain or wind to knock them off. > > > > And even then, it's not
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Harte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Mammoths found frozen died in different time > > periods spread over tens of thousands of years. > > How do you know the time periods? That reliable > C14? > > QuoteRichard Firestone, Allen West and S
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHanslune > The dictionaries exist now that would allow you to > easily translate what Sitchin did - you have > available to you better sources than he did. So in > your translations of those same quote what do they > say to you? > > I mean you have translated them yourself haven't >
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4 years ago
Harte
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHarte > The head of the sphinx, and several other layers, > is harder that the rest. The majority of the > limestone the sphinx was carved from lies in a bed > that was not used by the AE's for construction or > monuments because it is a very poor choice for > such usages, being too soft. The
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4 years ago
Harte
Mammoths found frozen died in different time periods spread over tens of thousands of years. Was there some sort of environmental calamity every year? Animals die. When they die in the tundra, they sometimes get frozen. There was no "flash" freezing, and there's nothing at all unusual about these mammoths nor the contents of their mouths/stomachs. Harte
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