posted on Mar, 26 2007 @ 04:27 PM
I have read the whole list, with most of the links.
I see one group steadfastly clinging to an idea that we came from the swamp. That is the bottom line in all of this debate.
We, as a civilization have collectively been trecking this whole globe since the first seeds of humanity have been around. A well trained group of
rowers could easily cross any ocean on this world.
Don't let the facts that there are no recorded documents supporting this idea make your claims valid ones. If anything has taken place, it is that we
have lost more technology than we have hung on to or had to re-learn.
With the exception of the last 200 years, and that is possibly questionable.
Smallpeeps had a lot of good info and the ideas that were brought up makes me think there is more to this than our present knowledge accepts.
It is common knowledge that accepted knowledge has no faith in alternate thinking. The problem is that the thinking used as the foundation for truth
is based on alternate thinking that has become accepted as being facts, no matter whether it is right or wrong.
Free energy for example, does not exist, because basic physics says you can't produce more energy than what you put in. Output has to be a product of
input. There are examples of patents for free energy machines that will not be considered, because according to the laws of physics it is not
possible. Why do they work?
Some of you say that you can't wait to be shown where your thinking is wrong. That day will come soon enough for you and you will need to eat a
healthy serving of crow.
The North American Native people have been around about as long as there have been people in China. I hosted several groups from China and one of the
highlites in the tour was to interact with Native People. The Chinese seemed to think of them as lost brothers, because they could see kinship in the
Natives from here. It was fun to hear the Chinese People's reactions to this interaction.
To flat out deny that people have been trecking all over the globe before Columbus is an error in judgement, not a statement of fact. It seems that
most of what is accepted historical posture, is no more than speculation at its best.
The farther back in time we look for records of that past, the more clouded our vision becomes. It is all there though, and there is a group that are
dedicated to preserving it, for a bit longer. The records didn't all get burned or hidden in Rome.