posted on Dec, 16 2005 @ 08:33 AM
Originally posted by Shadow88
What if there was a third race, alongside Homo sapiens and Neanderthals, Homo Giganticus/ And what if they had become as intelligent as we are, if not
far more so, long before we could build houses, use complex tools etc?
Ah, but wouldn't they would have left a LOT of giant-sized ruins? Houses that are simply too big for humans to function in, and incredibly
And in order to feed a civilization of giants, wouldn't they have had to have massive farms and ranches? You can't have much of a civilization of
hunter-gatherers, because they have to keep moving in order to find things to eat. Imagine a tribe of 10,000 modern humans trying to move all across
the United States ... wouldn't they pretty much destroy the environment and each other (just imagine the effects and smell and traffic jams when
everyone gets up and goes out for their morning poop)?
If they lived in one place, they'd have massive piles of garbage (including stuff that gets lost and stuff sent to their equivalent of the landfill.)
They'd need gigantic structures to live in. Think of our modern houses... regular shapes (to within a few millimeters), standardized plans, set up
by civic planning (to make sure roads go where they need to go and people aren't putting their garages in the middle of a street that leads to the
And then there's the infrastructure. Any advanced society seems to consume a lot of water (as do farming societies.) So there'd be lots of water
pipes and canals (as we see in old Roman ruins) to bring the water to the people.
I don't think it's possible to miss something that huge. Misidentify for awhile, yes... but it'd be impossible to miss with satellite imagery.
And since that's not all that long ago (30,000-40,000 years ago) that you're talking about, we should be finding at least as many skeletons as we
have of the Neanderthals (several hundred Neanderthal skeletons and partials) ...
There aren't any bones.
Shadow's right about some skeletons being rearranged to look human. I recall seeing one elephant skeleton that was rearranged (we may be thinking of
the same thing) to make the case for a giant human cyclops existing.
What if they left earth? Also google the Annunaki, the sumerians call the celestial giants.
I don't believe the Sumerians ever called them that. Sitchin
calls them that... but that isn't proof that any Sumerian ever referred to them
or thought of them as that.