posted on May, 24 2010 @ 03:26 PM
Or maybe its all a load of tosh and none of it means anything. I like to think of it as follows: "What would people think of the show 'The West
Wing' 1000 years from now?" Would people think it was a record of an actuall administration? A shadow governemnt, a schizm in the US? People will
make up all sorts of explinations to fill the gaps of an old story. Maybe the arc is real, maybe it did have all kinds of DNA and such, or maybe it
never happened at all and the bible is a fiction that has been transformed into a religion.
I am no expert on DNA, but I do know that it take alot of technology and some very long lasting materials to build the required devices to store and
then revive and use the DNA. Now ask yourself this: If we can find 2000 year old papryus scrolls that have been sitting in jars in the middle east
almost intact, why have we never found parts of a working biotech lab that is sea worthy?
This topic reminds me of something my art teacher told me in high school, "Sometimes part of a painting can have deep meaning, for both the artist
and the viewers, then some times a banana is just a banana."