posted on Sep, 12 2008 @ 06:16 AM
I have a theory based on nothing but conjecture and personal observations.
We have always marvelled at the amazing feats of those gone by. The pyramids, ancient computers and batteries. Nascar pictures and an assortment of
Just recently I saw a movie that had showed Mount rushnore, and it got me thinking. What if, in several thousand years we are not longer due to wars
or asteroid or whatever, and man has had to start from scratch intellectually and socially and all that remains of our time here is this mountain.
Will we be marvelled at in the same way?
What if we are part of a cycle of 'human' existance that is regularly erased and renewed.
They say the Dinosaurs became extinct roughly 65m years ago, and they oldest neanderthall is 2-3m years old. What happened between the that time?
also, they say the oldest civilisation is only 6-8000 years old. between Neanderthalls and those 'oldest' civilisatons, there is plenty of time for
many cutures to have been created and advanced to our current level or even beyond, and then destroyed leaving behind only remnants etched into the
ground or items made of stone.