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I think you are very correct about scientists and egos - and not brave enough to be true scientists.
Also, as Graham says, we are generations with amnesia.

But the curious among us keep digging for the truth, and thank goodness, there are also many brave scientists, after all.

GG.



RLPoole Wrote:
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> Yes, they have indeed. The 9 ton gate
> is between 6 to 7 feet tall, and I know that
> because I can walk under it without ducking. So,
> the hole that he bore through the 9 ton chunk of
> coral was between 6 and 7 feet in length,
> perfectly straight, and perfectly centered to
> allow the shaft of the truck bearing to bear the
> weight so precisely that its movement was
> effortless. How did he find the perfect pinpoint
> center of balance of a 9 ton stone? How did he
> mount the bearing to allow it to remain stable in
> the stone it was placed in? Alot of big questions.
> If he were able to make the stones light enough,
> using what I suggest are the hidden secrets of
> physics, he could spin the stone freely, therefore
> finding its axial center.
>
> Otherwise, there doesn't seem to be any
> explanation at all for it. And, you're right. Puma
> Punnku has stones with what appear to be
> devastatingly brilliant holes in them which are
> obviously purposeful, and impossibly done. We see
> these things over and over, don't we? When someone
> can do something that we cannot do, it is because
> they know something we do not know. We have a hard
> time letting go of our egos, individually, and as
> a culture, in admitting that perhaps we have
> things not quite as right as they could be, and
> that those who came before us might have known
> things we have not figured out yet. Science is a
> humbling process, as I have found out many times,
> and also that those without the required level of
> humility, cannot be scientists, or are even
> capable of being scientific. Science is as much
> about character as it is intellect. Those who
> protect their ego's do so by destroying their
> science.

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Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 1095 Graham Hancock 05-Mar-20 14:51
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 266 RLPoole 05-Mar-20 20:59
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 262 Susan Doris 08-Mar-20 15:11
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 261 PB Bytes 08-Mar-20 17:18
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 255 greengirl5 08-Mar-20 22:06
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 248 PB Bytes 09-Mar-20 19:05
Gates and gates 254 greengirl5 09-Mar-20 22:15
Re: Gates and gates 235 PB Bytes 10-Mar-20 16:43
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 237 Open mind 11-Mar-20 13:54
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 243 Susan Doris 11-Mar-20 18:24
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 240 Open mind 11-Mar-20 18:56
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 233 PB Bytes 11-Mar-20 18:59
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 267 RLPoole 09-Mar-20 01:59
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 259 Susan Doris 09-Mar-20 10:21
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 254 RLPoole 09-Mar-20 13:29
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 248 Susan Doris 09-Mar-20 13:40
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 252 RLPoole 09-Mar-20 14:21
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 251 Susan Doris 09-Mar-20 18:17
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 237 RLPoole 11-Mar-20 05:16
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 234 Susan Doris 11-Mar-20 06:07
No electric or battery drills in those days 251 greengirl5 11-Mar-20 07:32
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 248 RLPoole 11-Mar-20 08:45
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 239 greengirl5 11-Mar-20 12:55
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 242 Open mind 11-Mar-20 19:36
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 241 greengirl5 11-Mar-20 21:32
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 264 Open mind 12-Mar-20 01:29
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 243 PB Bytes 11-Mar-20 20:00
Re: No electric or battery drills in those days 359 RLPoole 01-Apr-20 03:05
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 233 Open mind 11-Mar-20 16:48
Re: Welcome to RL Poole, our author of the month for March 2020 221 RLPoole 01-Apr-20 02:53


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