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Originally posted by NoJoker13
And for anyone to lazy to click the link here's what it says:
A scientific method used to ascertain the actual age of an artifact is called radiocarbon dating. The "revolution" then refers to its impact on archaeology, particularly on many of archaeology's theoretical assumptions until this tool was introduced after World War II. In effect, radiocarbon dating establishes that many artifacts are now known to be far older than previously thought, and thus going back to earlier ages than otherwise could have been if they had been only the inspired and diffused products of the Near Eastern civilization. Therefore, the notion that the ancient Near East was the fount of global human civilization can no longer hold true. Clearly, various centers of civilization arose independently of one another even if the Near Eastern one remains the oldest on record.
Originally posted by Utopian
Another amazing site is located about 160 Miles north of these. It is the ancient city of Zimbabwe. When the black Africans migrated south they discovered this place, which had already been standing for thousands of years. They believed that the gods built it…. Sound familiar.
Originally posted by nh_ee
Gold is the best electrical conductor, it also doesn't tarnish or corrode as silver and copper do.
Due to gold's conductivity its widely used in computer circuits as well as the micro chips themselves.
Perhaps this is why the ancients were so interested in Gold ?
Originally posted by moocowman
reply to post by ChemBreather
Thought this video would interest you in relation to gold, I would however recommend the book should the video pique your interest.
Google Video Link
I've read that gold was mined
Originally posted by hans kammler
This is fantastic, it must appear to all now that we are living in a dark age of human knowledge.
Tellinger published his first book Slave species of god in 2005. The work is the result of a 25-year obsession with the pseudoscientific writings of Zecharia Sitchin, who idiosyncratically translated ancient Sumerian clay tablets and theorized about the early creation of man by the Anunnaki. Tellinger also frequently publishes articles on the topic via his website en.wikipedia.org...
Originally posted by hdchop
Originally posted by ChemBreather
reply to post by Lunatyx
and appears to have been constructed -- are you ready -- from 160,000 to 200,000 BCE!
Just amazing, the exact time they say the anunnaki where here making humans, I am soo exited...
Monkeys build it ??
As well - what was the civilization doing there??? - "GOLD Mines" all around!! - Hmmmm WOW - Just WOW -