posted on Feb, 24 2006 @ 01:59 PM
Originally posted by spaceman16
So according to some people that would be a hoax.
A hoax is where you lie about something. Lucy, at worst, is an error. The carvings on those rock walls you link to, are interesting, but meaningless.
Are they recent or ancient? How do you know? Also, please explain why, if they are ancient, the people that made them couldn't have dreamt up such
I mean, egyptian artwork has men with lion and jackal heads, there are bulls with human heads, crowns, lion feet, and bird wings in monuments from
assyria, and there are cenotaurs in greek mythology. Why beleive that any of them are real? Would it really be so hard for people to make the
representations in those pictures without having seen living dinosaurs?
Best bet would STAY OFFLINE. Your obviously not getting much of an education going to those site's and if you dare bring any of this to your
science teacher he'd most likely flunk you in a heartbeat. I know I would.
Spaceman16, uhm, yeah, don't listen to this guy. If you find something that is interesting online or in real life, think about it, consider it, and
look at it from different angles. Don't reject it, one way or the other, just because of fear. Hell, if I was in high school and someone brought up
this stuff in a science class, I'd probably think, well that was an interesting class. And if I was a science teacher, I'd prefer that students
asked questions, rather than didn't out of 'fear'.
[edited out photos that were left in in error -nygdan]
[edit on 27-2-2006 by Nygdan]