posted on Aug, 30 2010 @ 09:54 PM
I won't address anyone who claims that it's total ignorance to consider evidence of extreme human antiquity. If you aren't familiar with Cremo,
Tellinger, Hancock and the rest, it's an argument not worth having, and I simply won't do it.
Also, the section of the wall seen in the photo looks to cover about 60-100 ft of a wall that spans about 20 miles. If you base your judgment on that
sample, I won't bother arguing with you either.
There are features that have been filled in, of which there are still photos, which give incredible evidence that the wall is man made. Arched window
portals with carefully placed stone outcroppings, as well as some very symmetrical edges and capstones.
I am working with a guy who has personally paid for scientists to come from all over the world to look at the wall, the excavation of which he
personally financed. He has all the info there is that has ever been gathered on it, including books written by others using his research. If you
haven't been to his house and looked over a century of research, you don't know all there is to know. And if you think scientists, geologists, or
archaeologists are in agreement on anything about this wall, you simply don't have all of the facts.
I am not a geologist, but I have studied ancient civilizations all over the world extensively. I know what is possible, and I am not impressed without
evidence. I am not interested in arguing with close minded cynics or entertaining crazy ideas with no foundation, but if there are those our there who
accept the fundamental possibilities of this wall, I'm simply putting my personal voucher out there that you shouldn't rule out alternative origins
beyond geology here.
EDIT: If you believe that a geologist is more qualified than an architect at discerning the genesis of the wall, you might wonder why Zahi Hawas and
others still believe that Egyptian monoliths were created with hammer and chisel, while any machinist can look at them and see the tool strokes don't
remotely support this. They still can't reproduce the results using their proposed super-primitive methods to defend their own theories that they
report as fact.
Real research isn't done by experts of any single strain, and no strain is superior to any other. Research takes brilliance and vision, plus passion
and a dynamic understanding of the subject. Geologists are like engineers in most cases, very narrow-sighted in my opinion.
[edit on 30-8-2010 by MaxTruth]