reply to post by Griffo515
Why is it so hard for many people to accept even the possibility of an ancient underwater city? Because it lies outside of the currently accepted
norms for human growth, history, and potential.
You can't be a real debunker if all you have to go off of is compression artifacts and a gut feeling. Literally you have to go there and prove that
the satellite is wrong, and the image is simply garbage.
If there is a global conspiracy to cover up anything not 'normal', then someone at a governmental position most likely came up with the compression
artifacts as a means to set a precedent to any other images produced with similar technology.
Another ancient city has been discovered, is it more real because it is not underwater or you have better pictures?
It is a Chinese Lantern, and it is going to fan the fire that is going to burn down the entire forest of ignorance, and far too many people are going
to be caught in the blast, all the while denying the evidence that is literally strangling our society and our capacity to live however we damn well
Most of you will not believe until someone with enough supposed credentials tells you what it is and then it will simply be that. Whatever that is.
A flooded city is nothing to debunk. If they call it a magic space port for Medusa's private space ship and you give some scorn, oh well.
I am not saying the image is conclusive, but scientists laugh intelligent people with good ideas out the door, until 50 or so years later when the
poor now dead person is now venerated for the very same idea they were outcast for. Plate tectonic theory was one such example. They were more
concerned for the guy's accent, than the hard life's work he poured into it.
This is exactly the same idea. Most of you will not entertain even the possibility of sea water flooding an ancient area where people lived, that we
just now may have discovered.
For you who are doubtful, you have so little to be doubtful for. If nothing ever shows, then whatever. However, at least a greater amount of people
can just wait before making judgments.
Then you don't look foolish if something concrete does show. This is just a mere microcosm of the greater realities and you just better think good,
long and hard, because soon all this is going to hit the fan, and you can't deny it any longer.
You have been warned.