JM: Well, I guess space fairing Neanderthals from 11,000
>years ago could be the source for that advanced geophysical
>knowledge that allowed those Lost Ones to ignore all the
>evidence of flooding on the Giza Plateau and go with a drought
>when they built their seed readouts on such to survive
>predicted earthshifts (that actually caused floods according to
>some (i.e. most)). Can you finally give us all a legitimate
>explanation as to why you failed to point out an extended
>abstract you repeatedly posted links to on this site and others
>(over and over and over again) and yet failed to cite it in a
>book that was going on and on about what geological
>catastrophes were being imagined the Giza Plateau was only
>conveniently prone to?
>SC: I find your ramblings above to be akin to the ramblings of
>one who would, in most circumstances, be considered by many as
>an 'idiot'. Alas, I do not enter into discussions with such
>folks since, in my experience, idiots only bring you down to
>their level and beat you with experience.
I'm not the one who brought up advanced Cro-Magnon from 11,000 years ago in this thread or the one who unenlightenedly injected themself into that discussion about such.... those awards belong to yourself and some others.
>Now, if you actually have something sensible and less
>disparaging to say then by all means say it and I will do my
>utmost to respond in kind.
Did you cite anything in your book that made it clear to the reader that the Giza Plateau was prone to marine flooding when these supposed Earth shifts occured, like some many others have asserted for other places on the Earth's surface during other supposed Earth shifts? If you are going to inject yourself into a discussion on advanced Neanderthals from 11,000 years ago you should really be able to answer a simple question as to where those Lost One are getting their advanced geophysical knowledge from..... so they could understand that the clear geological evidence of marine flooding at Giza could be dismissed and instead go with only a predicted drought and store some seeds in a location flooded by the Mediterranean Sea in the very recent geologic past. Do you not consider the possibility that it was provided by these space fairing Co-Magmen from 11,000 years ago who were traveling to Mars and were building megalithic structures all over the place while at the same time able to fly around in aerocrafts? You seemed by the number of times you posted a link to Parkhomenko & Manichev (2008) that the Sphinx was about 1 million years old and was flooded afterwards so it is rather surprising that you now don't think that it is worth pointing out when presenting earthshift catastrophe scenarios at Giza.
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