reply to post by Kandinsky
I could have used area 51, Roswell, Hopi legend and many other anomylous activities from that part of North America. I chose that example as being
something that didn't fit. Now that is why it didn't fit, because it was a recent artifact that was left there in the past 100 years.
I remember the discussion we had about that in the 60's in school. It didn't fit back then also and I just threw it out there. Thanks for the info.
though I will not investigate further.
Our 21st century carbon footprint is quite large. There will be many artifacts to help identify our technical achievements over the past 200 years or
Past great civilizations lived more in harmony with nature. Their carbon foot print was relatively small. I do stand on my position that we are at the
most destructive time in history that we have ever seen, regarding nature and the natural ballance of living in harmony with other species and plants
on this planet. This is something Earth has never seen in the past, even with other great civilizations.
Atlantis, or rather the legends of Atlantis, a once great nation that sank into the sea, gives some light on the greatness we have achieved in the
past. We actually .... or most of us.... have no real grasp on what was or wasn't done by the people of Atlantis.
I have been schooled to trust my impressions about what went on in the past, as well as what we can expect to see in the future. I will not be swayed
by what is taught in schools about our origins.
So, yes we were once a much greater world nation than the warring, murderous factions of humanity we find in the 21st century. I see it as a gradual
downhill, slippery slope to extinction rather than a climb to more and better technology.
We are killing the things that give us life.
How smart are we, really?
The ancients knew how to live in harmony with the earth. Who says our way is better?
I need not cite all the evidence of ancient civilizations around this globe to prove a point that we understand very little about how ancient
civilizations existed and flourished. Yet there are few artifacts. Why? Because their footprint was in harmony with nature, much like the North
Americans before the flood of humanity from Europe and our current technological advancements.
If I were to set out to destroy Earth and humanity, the path we are on would be a sound plan.
Now, the questions to answer are who and why?