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Lost Mysteries of Congo/Uganada

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posted on Aug, 7 2019 @ 06:32 AM
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originally posted by: CyberMoses1001
I have managed to unwind the clock on the evolution and migrations of human civilisation, and every time I do, I find myself backtracking to the area around the Congo and Uganda, where my observations say, a great missing link in relation to the evolution of humanity, the migrations and inevitable birth of civilisation exists. If you're an archaeologist, what do you think?


be interesting to know how/why you end up in that region? Most of the earliest known archaeological sites are in the Middle East. I'm not aware of any connection with central Africa.



posted on Aug, 7 2019 @ 06:39 AM
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I must admit, that was my initial reaction....but I read his entire post and he made some reasonable and valid points.

I don't however understand what point you tied to make in your OP.....why does everything lead to Congo/Uganda and what do you think happened?

I'm a simple man, forgive me if I'm being stupid.



posted on Aug, 7 2019 @ 07:26 AM
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Well, the structure and the content of his posts where unattractive.

Because that's where it all leads back to, when you retrace the evolution of civilisation, the migration and diversification of humanity, etc, it all leads back to the Congo/Uganda area.



posted on Aug, 8 2019 @ 08:54 AM
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a reply to: CyberMoses1001

Well I believe there is a great whale like machine waiting to ferry the humans smart and bold enough to obtain the crystals of light and dark to the moon.

Every time I trace the origins of humanity back to its dawning I keep seeing in my head M-O-O-N.

It's all there. Its obvious.



posted on Aug, 8 2019 @ 10:55 AM
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originally posted by: CyberMoses1001
I have managed to unwind the clock on the evolution and migrations of human civilisation, and every time I do, I find myself backtracking to the area around the Congo and Uganda, where my observations say, a great missing link in relation to the evolution of humanity, the migrations and inevitable birth of civilisation exists. If you're an archaeologist, what do you think?


Archaeologists don't actually deal with evolution and 'missing links' (not that they would use that incorrect phrase) you probably want to talk to a Paleobiologist.

We already know (based on present evidence) that Homo appears to have evolved in Africa. Are you saying that in some marvelous unscientific manner you've managed to figure out the specific point/region/place?

Prithee do tell



posted on Aug, 8 2019 @ 08:31 PM
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originally posted by: Hanslune

originally posted by: CyberMoses1001
I have managed to unwind the clock on the evolution and migrations of human civilisation, and every time I do, I find myself backtracking to the area around the Congo and Uganda, where my observations say, a great missing link in relation to the evolution of humanity, the migrations and inevitable birth of civilisation exists. If you're an archaeologist, what do you think?


Archaeologists don't actually deal with evolution and 'missing links' (not that they would use that incorrect phrase) you probably want to talk to a Paleobiologist.

We already know (based on present evidence) that Homo appears to have evolved in Africa. Are you saying that in some marvelous unscientific manner you've managed to figure out the specific point/region/place?

Prithee do tell

Just skimming the evidence points to East Africa, but that's because of the Great Rift Valley there.

People just don't dig down as deep as that rift cuts, so there's a lot more evidence in that region than in most others, skewing the uninformed toward the Rift area.

Harte



posted on Aug, 9 2019 @ 09:52 AM
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originally posted by: Harte

originally posted by: Hanslune

originally posted by: CyberMoses1001
I have managed to unwind the clock on the evolution and migrations of human civilisation, and every time I do, I find myself backtracking to the area around the Congo and Uganda, where my observations say, a great missing link in relation to the evolution of humanity, the migrations and inevitable birth of civilisation exists. If you're an archaeologist, what do you think?


Archaeologists don't actually deal with evolution and 'missing links' (not that they would use that incorrect phrase) you probably want to talk to a Paleobiologist.

We already know (based on present evidence) that Homo appears to have evolved in Africa. Are you saying that in some marvelous unscientific manner you've managed to figure out the specific point/region/place?

Prithee do tell

Just skimming the evidence points to East Africa, but that's because of the Great Rift Valley there.

People just don't dig down as deep as that rift cuts, so there's a lot more evidence in that region than in most others, skewing the uninformed toward the Rift area.

Harte


Absolutely trying to excavate in current jungle terrain is very difficult.



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