a reply to: LABTECH767
You may notice that the post above linking to the Dashka map is actually a site refuting claim's that it is a map, I personally do not believe that
it is but however there are many artifact's that do beg question's about the true depth of human or at least human like history on this planet such as
hammers in rock which could be argued as more recent petrification or concrustation, nail's and other artifacts in Coal which are definitely harder to
explain for the discerning skeptic whom usually then fall back on the calling them a hoax route.
My personal belief is that history is actually non linear and we may have more than one single past - sound's strange I know but I feel that if
reality's can converge in quantum theory than any such reality would have not one past but a separate past for each of it's component pre-reality's
and this mean's that if you were a time traveler and could hop into your time ship to visit the past you may find it is quite different to what you
believe, even to what the evidence in your own present shows, in fact you would potentially find yourself in only one of several independent reality's
which were then destined to merge into a unified reality that made up your present reality of today.
But that is getting into some difficult for many to grasp hypothetical what if's.
The fact is that there ARE artifacts that are very hard to explain and that evidence does get ignored, called fake or even conveniently lost though
the Dashka map is a very poor example to have used in for that.
Imagine if you will you have two parallel reality's that are different in many way's, even have separate history that diverged many million's or even
billion's of years ago but in both of those reality's whatever differences there were on the earth the rest of the universe was more or less identical
in both reality's.
An aging giant star that exists in both reality's with no differences - so is actually the same star in both coexistent within them reaches the final
throws of it's life cycle and undergoes the gravitation collapse that turn's it into a black hole.
At the very instant that it becomes a black hole it's gravitation influence increased exponentially and it emit's a gravity wave but not just any
gravity wave, think about this as a super reality gravity wave that zip's the two separate reality's that the former star existed in back together as
it rippled out across the universe, in a near reality a guy is walking down the street with his newspaper in his right hand and in another it is in
his left, only one reality survived but it is not the left or the right and instead in the new reality made from the other two one of three outcome's
is made real, either he has no newspaper or he has it in his left or his right - but in rare instances he may find he has two newspapers one in each
So which of those past's is the real one, well in fact both are.
So in one earth an ancient super civilization exists and in another it does not, the merged reality may still not have that civilization but
fragment's left over from this merging of reality may remain to puzzle the people whom come to live there in time and wonder whom could have done this
or whom could have done that and then they have to fall back on blaming Alien's etc when there is actually no need at all, oh and fragment
population's could also survive such a merging, some may find themselves in a reality were they slowly die off leaving legends of there existence
among the people whom survive while others may potentially transcend that dimension and become something else IF consciousness does have real quantum
effect on the nature of reality itself as well.
Think about it like a natural reality bomb, more devastating than a nuclear device but with a fairly random effect, random only because we can not
measure the component reality's but as we learn more it may one day be possible if this concept is ever studied to reconstruct partial combinent time
line's (think about it like quantum pathology).
It is only one potential answer to the whole conundrum though.
edit on 8-12-2017 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)