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Really? Let's see..
Originally posted by DARKJEDIG
This is ridiculous....Before anyone starts to believe any of this, please question the credibility of a man who presents an ancient Antarctic map that is actually a map of the UK and a little bit of France! Just look at Page 26 Fig 4.
It is clearly an old map of the UK/Ireland and france below...
The question was posed by scholar Zechariah Sitchin in this manner: “If life indeed began through a series of spontaneous and random chemical events as evolution and science has so far surmised then why is it that all life on Earth stems from a single source and not from a myriad of
different sources that were each arrived at by chance? And most importantly why does life on Earth contain so few of the chemical elements that can be found in abundance on the Earth yet so
many others that are in fact, celestial elements, and rare to our planet? Could it be possible that the seed of life did not actually evolve on the Earth but in fact came here from somewhere else?”
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
This is a good book, but with one HUGE problem.
It falls prey to the same illusion that many contemporaries do. That illusion is to ascribe socially utopian qualities to acnient peoples.
It's like the myth that Native Americans were "green" or "Environmentally friendly". A great book on this specific subject is "Killing the White Mans Indian".
Originally posted by george_gaz
I have to agree with DARKJEDIG on that map being of the UK as opposed to Antarctica. Looking at the Franco Rosselli map in regards to its depiction of Antarctica, it looks nothing like Igan has proposed.
Maybe it is an editorial mistake?
Now this book says "Part One" I wonder where part two is and how much it will cost
Am continuing reading ...
Any statement that comes to the conclusion that life couldn't have come to be through spontaneous and random checmical events, based on the concentration of those checmicals today is pretty much superstition.
Just because the author can't figure out how, then it must be suspect and be linked to other intelligences....
Bah.... I wish someone could simply do research like this without coming to lame conclusions. Just put out the research and stop formulating asinine conclusions.