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Originally posted by Tanulis
I dont dispute that, that has always sat at the back of my mind as well. Have Aliens influenced the architecture? We have so much ancient architecture in the world that is totally unexplained.. perhaps aliens aided humans to create seemingly impossible architectural feats?
I wish I could prove any of this, but sadly, its only ever going to be speculation. *super sad face*
[edit on 19-12-2009 by Tanulis]
Originally posted by notsympl
reply to post by Tanulis
but about the Dogon. varius sources report the Dogon claim they were told about the heavens.
[edit on 19-12-2009 by notsympl]
Before I made this post I checked a few different sources, one of which was obviously Wiki. *rolls eyes* I had no idea they were told about the heavens.
The great Democritus to a certain degree enlarged upon the atomic theory of Leucippus. Democritus declared the principles of all things to be twofold: atoms and vacuum. Both, he asserted, are infinite--atoms in number, vacuum in magnitude. Thus all bodies must be composed of atoms or vacuum. Atoms possessed two properties, form and size, both characterized by infinite variety. The soul Democritus also conceived to be atomic in structure and subject to dissolution with the body. The mind he believed to be composed of spiritual atoms. Aristotle intimates that Democritus obtained his atomic theory from the Pythagorean doctrine of the Monad. Among the Eleatics are also included Protagoras and Anaxarchus.