posted on Apr, 12 2009 @ 12:00 PM
Originally posted by Gawdzilla
The Baghdad battery is interesting. What's more interesting is that there was no infrastructure in place to use electricity. So why have it? Probably
as a "stand-alone" device of some sort. Speculation is fun, but without support any conclusions are just guesses.
The Delhi iron pillar is most probably a metalurgical accident. The founders just happened to produce a slightly different type of iron, one
that is resistant to rust. (It has been analyzed, btw, and it's not miraculous. The chemical nature is clearly understood, even if the means by which
it got to that state is still under investigation.)
All I can say is...WOW, you just gave me a migraine with your hipocracy.
The Baghdad battery is interesting. What's more interesting is that there was no infrastructure in place to use electricity........
Are you freaking kidding me?!?! Your reasoning is that there was no infrastrutre? Of course! Because before electricity was discovered, we had all
this infrastructure just waiting for it, people always wondered what those large metal towers and all that cable was for, until they plugged it up to
the first generator and lo and behold, we have a national grid!
And people say I lack logical reasoning for some of the things I believe in! LMAO
It makes no matter if Von Daniken or Hancock make this stuff up, the very fact that it is being taught as a hoax to first years is disgusting IMO.
Feel threatened much?!?
It's like astronomers/Cosmologists teaching the Electric Sun model, or plasma cosmology as a hoax, it's an alternative point of view and one which
encompass' more than the previous (which tend to ignore the inconvenient stuff), although I admit, it lacks alot more evidence. This does not mean it
has none, it only has less.
Honestly, do you see any other subjects doing this?!? Catch them early, make sure they won't believe it before they even see it.
And I'd like anyone here to prove Von Daniken and Hancock are frauds, heck, I'll ask the university that is propagating this nonsense to prove it,
afterall, that's what everything is based on right?