> Apollo355 Wrote:
> Welcome to the board apollo
> > Two questions that come to mind immediately:
> > 1) If indeed such ancient civilizations
> > why haven't any of their traces found? Surely
> > there would have been bones and remains found
> > somewhere from such a population - and if we
> > dinosaur bones that existed 65 million years
> > surely we can find remains of humans who roamed
> > the earth 12,000 years ago?
> I love this one, such a popular opinion. This
> popular *we are the bestest, smartest, at the peak
> of our science and know everything now* syndrome
> is widespread.
> Yes, if they have found, or rather stumbled upon,
> giant bones sticking out of the ground, surely
> they would have found a pewny ulna lying on the
> surface just like the giant bones are. What would
> they expect a lost civilization skeleton to look
> like? Would it be handsome, according to our
> standards? How do we know remains haven't already
> been found, but not conforming to our standards of
> what intelligent would look like, they are
> consigned to the very remote past, to be
> designated a slot in the Darwinian theory of
> everything takes millions of years.
> No doubt about it, every inch of this planet has
> been explored and everything to be found, has been
> found. Every inch of the Himalayas, the Andes, the
> Alps, the bottoms of every ocean, beneath the
> Antarctic ice, beneath the thousands of feet of
> lava across the Columbia Plateau, etc. and so
> Our science today is so advanced, so thorough, so
> foolproof that if there were "bodies" they would
> have found them and publically announced it to the
> world. Even though careers would be destroyed,
> books would be immediately outdated, institutions
> destroyed, not to mention the thrones crumbling,
> egos deflated and academic wars that would ensue,
> it would have been announced on every television
> station around the world because every scientist
> is pure of heart with noble intention.
> A true modern illusion.
> > 2) There is a popular suggestions that these
> > monuments, such as the Egyptian pyramids, were
> > tombs but energy generators. What kind of
> > are they referring to? Electric? Radioactive?
> > Sound?
> Today, we consider electricity and nuclear power
> to be epitome of sophisticated energy. Hell
> they've just recently begun to develop lasers.
> Would we recognize the energy if we tripped over
> In the film "What the Bleep Do We Know" an example
> was given of not being able to see what is right
> in front of your eyes.......
In the movie, neuroscientist and
> pharmacologist Candace Pert tells a wonderful
> fable about Native Americans not being able to see
> Columbus's ships when they were offshore.
> According to Pert, "We only see what we believe is
> possible. We match patterns that already exist
> within ourselves through conditioning."
> How would we recognize an energy not yet
If it can't be observed and measured in some way, then it can't be entered into evidence for any theory.