posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 07:07 AM
Originally posted by FatherLukeDuke
As "stargates" don't actually exist outside the realm of sci-fi, I think we can safely say that the story is utter nonsense.
If the only basis for the rumour is another rumour that a UK serviceman apparently saw extra security round a US base then it is particulary weak.
You don't dabble in alternate history right?
I know your standpoint. It's a movie, tv series.. but theories on stargate's based on sumerian texts, hindu texts, mayan, egyptian etc.... theories
about this have been here longer then the movie.
I'm not asking you to believe anything or so, I'm not sure I do, but it's an interesting read and when you get the whole picture of those idea's
and the texts it's not so nonsensical as it seems.
I highly doubt they are purposefully looking for a stargate despite my dabbling in alternate history. So I'm not worried.
PS. And assuming those interpretations of the texts are all correct, if they found it we would have known, or will know soon. Because according to
those ancient texts it's not a good thing persay to open it.. you could compare it to the idea of Pandora's Box if it's real and they manage to
[edit on 3-4-2007 by David2012]