posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 03:04 PM
reply to post by Shepard64
I watched the entire pyramid code. First off it was a fun watch. It was interesting to hear all the different points of views, but you must take it
with extreme caution and do your own research.
Some of the theories were off the wall while others were sort of on target, like how the pyramids weren't tombs, well yea they didn't find any mummies
in them, but that doesn't mean they were not built for it.
Thing about archaeology is that it's like solving a crime scene you need to be investigative, and you will have some people who are a little more 'out
there' with their ideas, so it's not all wish wash, every little bit helps. Unfortunately in this series it's just mostly that, speculation and such.
I mean there might be forgotten knowledge, who knows, but not to the extent of people harnessing electricity at a level like we have now. I know that
a lot of technology was lost when the library of Alexandria was burnt down, and any archaeologist will tell you that it was a substantial amount of
knowledge lost that had to be rediscovered later on, such as sophisticated war machines, mathematics and languages lost. So who knows what else these
ancient people knew.
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