Originally posted by sphinx551
Originally posted by radarloveguy
Evolution is not a theory ... , it's a myth !
Mankind has existed at an advanced stage 4 times in ancient history .
Here's what happened:
Humans came from other planetary systems and settled on Earth as settlement a long time ago. One major group in Australia and one in Burma. A group
brought kangaroos from their home planet. The kangaroo had trouble at first on Earth but later adapted. The Red Sea didn't exist at this time and the
ones in Australia later settled in Africa. In essence, the original people of the Earth are the Negroids and Mongoloids. At a time later some of the
Negroids and Mongoloids mixed and thus created the Arabs. The group that stayed back in Australia and surrounding areas became the Australoids. I do
not know how the Caucasians came here but there was a group of dark eyed brown-dark brown haired individuals that settled in southern Russia that
later became the Jews. They settled because of the conditions in their home planets.
There was no evolution. Human's origins come from outer space and human beings are common in the universe. The universe is full of life.
[edit on 19-12-2009 by sphinx551]
Well there is and always will be evolution. If beings have sex and reproduce then it is clear that evolution is at work. Rather, the greater schema of
how it happened to start the process from then to now is unclear from what is being given to us by science.
Yet, how can you tell the difference between a 250,000 year old mountain, and another 250,000 mountain that was originally a mythological beast (from
current perspectives), that was then slain by a totemic ancestor and the beast transformed into the mountain?
250,000 years later all we will have are the basic understanding of the natural processes of W.E.T.D.L. (weathering, erosion, transport, deposition,
and lithification [the process by which deposited earth materials eventually become rock]). After this hypothetical beast becomes a fairly normal
mountain, any bizarre traits (such as stone that looks like a dragon's rib cage, or its once gaping maw) will be removed through the natural
decomposition of the mostly inert materials it is now composed of.
The most you may have is some type of a non-conformity in the layering of strata, where it looks like it is just gone, but in this fictional instance,
that was the point of impact with the ground and its magical energies combined with that of the Earth and it followed her natural blueprint as it
You could never tell the difference from standard science and observation. Obviously. The Mayans believed that a sorcerer (or someone equally
sinister) appeared and built his temple overnight! Crazy right? Maybe not.
Maybe they thought they themselves were crazy, but if they witnessed the occurrence, and some guy wielding super powers (a guy with a shotgun would be
seen in exactly the same way after they witness their greatest warrior's head explode, horrifying but understandable to us in this day and age), they
are going to do what he demands, so he doesn't destroy them.
Once the 'magic' fortress is built and the 'sky god' removed from his position, WETDL and nature will naturally break down the magic stone and
mortar just like any other building in that physical environment, although logically speaking an infused building should naturally be more resistant
than run of the mill stone and rock (if it still has a ZPE field or other power source running through it).
What if it were an archaic space ship that defies our normal perspectives of what physics are capable of? How could you tell if the hypothetical
command module that transforms it is missing? Then it is just a rotted, crumbling, sinister death trap of an old building and nothing more.
These natural and supernatural processes support one another, but our current social perspectives refuse even the possibility of the mundane if
'experts' don't already say it exists.
Really, our culture has been programed to believe that everything scientifically discovered in the last 200 years by 'modern' scientists are God's
(the irony in that statement is not lost on me) own truth, but past that time period people were simply ignorant fools who just naturally believed in
the impossible because they were apparently closer to our 'devolved' ancestors.
Then as the age of reason came, we magically became smarter and better and all that mystical mumbo jumbo is past us and all we need is what Uncle Sam
and his family (other countries) tell us to need.
You are correct in your presumption that Earth history is completely distorted and we are expected to believe our boring lives where we are worked to
death is all there is to life. However, evolution is a fact of life in every aspect of our reality. Evolution is represented in my statements as the
magical insta-fortress that then breaks down naturally. Cause and effect. A normal rock structure will break down in the exact same way, there is no
way to tell.
Unless you go to tv and movies for a means to explain it. A trans-dimensional energy source reader (or a tricorder type device) might be able to
detect unusual energies not usually present in rocks or stone of that supposed age. If that fortress thing has an unusually high level of anti-matter
in its composition, our futuristic scanner will not only detect it, but will give us a firm foundation to explore the reasons WHY it is there.
Then if we find a ruined command center in the ruins, or some other tell tale sign of an unusual method of creation, Captain Kirk would easily find a
'normal' reason for its existence. He would just say "It's a spaceship", or Picard would think that some ancient holodeck technology was utilized
to generate the matter from energy, and voila! A reasonable explanation that 90% of debunkers will just say is a stupid dream from a TV show.
With the proper technology and understanding, all this stuff people say is impossible becomes mundane and standard. How could a holodeck ever be real?
Easy, you make one! Oh, but that's stupid and impossible.
The people who cannot believe should not get in the way of the people making it a reality. This is the ATS mentality to a T.
Evolution is very, very real, but how we got here is most likely so unbelievable that people will reject it simply out of fear of the unknown.
[edit on 20-12-2009 by GideonHM]