posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 09:33 PM
I personally find this to be an interesting topic to research. So kudos to the OP. Also, you may want check out the "Mahabharat" for more info about
this subject. Some good reading in that text. This text is seen by Hindu's similar to the way we see books such as the bible, etc.
I might also add that programs such as "Ancient Aliens", while somewhat speculative, are every bit as equal in information value as any mainstream
science article, tv show, or research paper meted out to the public.
Mainstream science has less to do with research and facts, and more to do with religion and faith. And if you, as a member of the church of science,
want to remain a member of the church of science, then your "facts" will maintain the prescribed public persona. A respected scientist said this. I
was present, and heard it with my own ears. And he wasn't the first one of them I've ever heard something similar from.
So just because a guy has a Phd after his name, and works for NASA, doesn't mean his words, whether spoken or written, are gospel. And that goes for
any other branch of science or "ology" as well.