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Originally posted by SkyFox2
I know of the war you ask about. I recall reading about it recently here at ATS, I'm sure if you search a bit you'll find something. From what I remember, a city called "Mohenjo-Daro" in India was excavated in the past which was highly radiated and seems to have suffered a nuclear blast. I have heard the city had 40,000 citizens and also heard millions of citizens.
The city was thousands of years old, I don't recall when it is suspected that it was destroyed. I do know that it was technologically advanced for the age in which it existed. It's streets were layed out in block form, like present day cities. It had a central market and a public bath area which was heated by..something or another..whatever it was it didn't belong in that erra though..
That's about all I remember about that city, but there is other information in reference out there. For instance, in India an ancient nuclear reactor was discovered. The reactor was well laid out and more advanced than ours at current. It was underground, which seems like a good idea to me, and stored all of its nuclear waste within the facility. It is thought that the reacotr was in commision for about 1,500 years.
In Egypt, deep under the sand in some places, large areas with green glass have been found. It was origionally thought that the glass came from perhaps a rather large meteor impacting there but later scientists decided due to the size of the hole created by the impact, a meteor of that size wouldn't have created enough heat to cause the sand to turn to green glass so far from the impact area. A nuclear weapon, however, would have done this. Oddly enough, the glass is so old that cavemen were sculpting tools from the glass found there.
The Great Lakes are somewhat radiated which is why carbon dating there is difficult. There's alot more information out there about the topic. Indian theological texts even discuss this in great detail, they talk about radiation sickness and aircraft droping nuclear weapons on cities and what the blast was like, even what the soldiers did when exposed to the radiation...yet this was way back in the day, biblical times.
I'm sure if you look around a bit you will be able to confirm it.
Originally posted by St Udio
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Originally posted by 77
If we look at the oldest book of the Bible we find an account of people ages changing from 1,000 years to 120years. Looks like what ever bombs were used in the war, that is so well documented, they disrupted a natural shield around our planet allowing an increase in cosmic radiation (the primary cause of aging). This is why carbon 14 dating looses it's effectiveness at 10,000 BC. The radiation levels were less prior to the war.
Cherish, the radioactive source you speak of was called the emerald tablet. It seems Mosses took it from one of two pillars in a temple that worshiped one god, Atemn, a god that was replaced by the Priests of Egypt with Ammen. Any way the emerald tablet was reported to be the power source of the arc. It is suggested to have been used in a belt by Alexander the Great who was known in his day as Alexander The Invulnerable. This theory believes that the young Alexander was not trained properly in the use of the Tablet and suffered the effects of radiation poisoning costing him his life.
Five arcs are reportedly in the keeping of the Masons in Scotland and one in Etiopia, one perhaps still under Isreal. But the Tablet is near US soil, buried last in the 18th century.
Originally posted by cleasterwood
If we are truely the only intelligent era, would you care to explain how 'green glass' was found deep in the earth's strata?
Originally posted by astral_ice
As far as odd things being found and then hidden from the public it has been going on for years. In archaeology you risk your career and possibly life by breaking a find that changes the status quo of history too much. No I am not just saying this I know people from University archaeo depts.