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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
I guess we know its possible for things to live in Antartica even during the present cold conditions, since things do in fact live there, such as the cute penguins. A dinasaur, had they lived, might somehow adapt, and would have lots of little penguins as food. You seem pretty convinced that plate movements fully describe how dinosaurs could have lived there. I don't have a quibble with that, b
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
Einstein was, of course, a physicist, and pole shifts deal with physics, eg, they may occur whec ice build up at the poles send some kind of electro-magnetic pulses that cause a pole shift. So it seems he was not speaking out of school. Einstein spoke of other subjects that were outside his realm, including law. He was stated something to the effect that a law that nobody wants to obey is a bad
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
In today's news (my compuserve home page) there is an article on the discovery of two dinosaurs in Antartica, one of which was a plan eater, the other a meat eater. This of course will support the theory that there were plants and beasts there, which wouldn't occur with Antartica at the pole. Unless of course there is a theory that the land mass could have been at the pole and somehow not be fr
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
11374. Write a Book
Your information is interesting and provocative. Just because it was deleted from this site doesn't mean it needs to go away. Why don't you see the deletion as a prompt for you to go out and write your own book about it. I can see that you have the energy, and now that others are agreeing that you should be censored perhaps you will be even more energized. Its just like the war on drugs, if s
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
One of the reasons Mr. Hancock discusses so much about possible catastrophes, such as pole shifts, melting ice dams letting loose with flash floods, etc, is to support his overall belief that there was some type of pre ice age civilization of sophisticated humans. Prof. Hapgood, in his book Maps of The Ancient Sea Kings, examines maps such as Piri Reis, to show that somehow people knew how to
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
That is very interesting. I'll be sure not to ingest any buttercups from Frozen mammoth bellies. One of my ideas is that when ancient lore/legend speaks of people with god like powers, I wonder if they were just ordinary people high on some kind of mind expanding drug like a mushroom. People can have extremely advanced types of thoughts on those drugs, which may have been misunderstood by other
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
That is correct, I was referring to Pole shift as in a sudden movement of the outer crust, as per Professor Hapgood. His book about it (The Path of the Poles) has an intro by none other than Albert Einstein, who seemed to think the concept had some real merit. Mr. Hancock writes that when Einstein died, one of the open books on his desk was Professor Hapgood's. Now that impressive!
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
In all the findings of Ice Age beasts and plants, have there been any examples of someone finding a preserved ice age plant that has some kind of psychotropic abilities. There is quite a bit of information about the age of Mammoths and other ice age beasts, and the types of plants that they ate. I would like to khow how old are naturally growing items such as marijuana, opium, and mushrooms. Was
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
My brain must have had a pole shift from having read two of Mr. Hancock's books to suddently having read none. As is the case with so many of the theories set out in Mr. Hancock's works, and given the nature of the questions at hand, it seems impossible to say that any one of them is laid to rest. That there are those who dispute them, even with hostility, is evident enough. I was interested to
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16 years ago
Citizen Attorney
11380. Pole Shifts
I was quite surprised to read about pole shift theories in Mr. Hancock's Fingerprint of the Gods, but note that his Underworld book doesn't mention it. Has there been some development that de bunks pole shift theories?
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