> Is that so? Thanos posts photos where wedges are
> used - has very little to no relationship with the
> evidence being discussed by Dunn or the other
> fellow, Ben of UnchartedX.
> Along this line...the evidence for lost civ is
> either lying all over the ground, shattered by
> whatever forces, or in the remaining
> constructions, vases, cut marks, drill holes, and
> all that. As for intellectual...why is it that,
> aside from a few others here, strations in cores
> etc. aren't addressed? I've mentioned in the past
> that feed rates and striations matter. Stocks et
> al can't replicate and, if I'm to believe
> Dunn...we can't either given the width of the cuts
> so we have a problem. If we don't have the tools,
> cranes to replicate or achieve what we know came
> about thousands of years ago...ancient advanced
> civ which was destroyed fits even though most
> simply can't accept this theory.
> If you've followed the evidence...you should be
> very familiar with Dunn and Ben's work along with
> the Randall's and Foersters. Is it your conclusion
> that they are incorrect in the majority of their
Scholars et al pick and choose what can be achieved by simple tools and then extrapolate this to say it can all be ramped up a million fold to explain everything. No matter that the ancients would have needed huge populations to do everything the way we believe because we also believe superstition made them powerful and wise!
Who needs a complex tool to drill a vase when a million people who are superstitious supermen can just get the job done?
They simply refuse to systematically apply science to understand the reality and believe we should accept their assumptions based on no physical evidence beyond what has been found under the sand.