Originally posted by vietifulJoe
Is this created by those tectonic movements?
Tectonic? Probably not. But it doesn't look man-made.
This is NO natural formationp
Not a single one of those pictures shows anything that isn't relatively common in nature. None of them require men to build them, and most are
clearly not built by man. One, maybe
, sorta looks like it could go either way, maybe
As far as infrastructure, it'd be nice, but there is no sense in looking for it when its not been demonstrated that this thing is a man-made
the vegetation is different in the sides that look like two pyramid sides when compared with the vegetation on the rest of the hill.
How is it different? Its darker, but its in shadow.
early Egyptian pyramids were not perfect either
The blocks on those structures were clearly cut. And, as you note, the egyptians spent a long time experiementing. Where are the experiments here?
Where are the mastabas, the stacks, the bent pyramids, the collapsed ones, the records of a civilization that people would even want to dedicate their
time to building such a thing, etc.
Analogy to egpyt is a net loss for this location. There doesn't seem to really be anything suggesting that its actually a man-made pyramd. Some sides
of this hill are pyramid-like. But that ain't saying much.
why must people immediately offer skepticism when presented with information that does not fit nicely within their idea of "normal" and
Anyone that looks at a hill that, from a particular angle, looks like a pyramid and says 'it must be a pyramid', is the one in the wrong here.
Anyone that looks at rocks that have rectangular cracks and says 'it must be man-made' is in the wrong here. Skepticism is a healthy
reaction, especially when there are amazing claims based upon poor evidence.
proving someone wrong first requires a basis to start from.
The focus here really has to be on showing that there is a suggestion of a pyramid there. Thats the basis. No one needs to 'prove' anyone wrong
here, there's not enough evidence to say that there is anything like a pyramid there.
I'll tell you why none of that is happening: legitimate researchers are too good to associate themselves with someone who isn't as schooled
Thats a load of bunk. If there was any indication that there was a pyramid there, with all its incredible implications, then, at worst, he's have a
gaggle of researchers trying to pull the discovery out from under him and take the credit for themselves.
It's snobbery Doug.
? Its snobbery to have an expectation of a minimal standard of evidence? Its snobbery to note that a person is
, apparently engaged in lieing
and cheating to back up their claims, such as the fake emial accounts? Thats all snobbery? Or common sense?
people are entitled to research whatever they believe
And who exactly said that this guy should be locked up???
Sure beats dismissing him wholesale
The people that dismiss this thing wholesale aren't
in this thread.
If it's a pyramid, awesome for the world. Repeat - awesome
Yeah, it'd be great. But thats not enough reason to accept that its a pyramid.
today egyptian expert ali abdulah berekat confirmed da bosnian hill is a pyramid
Upon what evidence???
some kind of ancient script found in the valley of bosnian pyramids
Why are you calling that a script?
some kinf of steps close to the pyramid
You are aware that rock weathers naturally that way no?
You see, EXPERTS ARE CONFIRMING THE CLAIM
And what of the experts that are rejecting the claim?
Who cares about experts
. Who cares about arguements from authority. What is the evidence supporting this being a man-made structure?
The stone? Why? Beucase it has realtively straight lines in it? Because it has rectangular features to it?
Please, someone, explain why this indicates human action.