posted on Jan, 30 2008 @ 10:18 AM
Originally posted by forestlady
This isn't actually new news, it's several years old. Here's an article about Dr. Albert Goodyear.
You can also check out the Dr. at Wikipedia, where it says that this discovery is controversial; meaning mainstream doesn't go along with it, but
then they're not known to accept new information easily.
I've been following Goodyear's work at the Topper site for years.
"Mainstream" has problems with it because what Goodyear has called "tools" could just as easily be merely broken rock. More study is required but
at the moment these "tools" do not exhibit any sign of human manufacture.
When "mainstream" doesn't completely accept something, "mainstream" publishes their reason for holding off on accepting. If anyone really cared
about the facts of the case, they could have easily discovered why it is that Goodyear's claims have yet to be completely accepted.
There is no cover-up or "holding on to their jobs" involved here. Goodyear has simply yet to make his case.
I hope he eventually can, myself, but there's no guarantee.