posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 10:44 AM
Chances are things are going to line up, especially when intersecting just 3 different sites. It would be interesting to see if three sites on
different continents line up with strikingly similar layout, all built in the same exact time period. The Earth's climate changes over the millennium
has undergone dramatic climate shifts, since the last real Ice Age, considered to be near the dawn of civilization globally.
Consider around 17,000 BC, it would be quite natural to think advanced civilizations would flourish around the Equator, and be in survival mode as
they deviate from that comfort zone. But consider the Medieval Warming timeframe, where we saw the Viking sustain settlements in Greenland, only to
have them fall during the Medieval Mini Ice Age hundreds of years after.
I'd be interested in seeing far away contemporary civilizations real global connections, not just anything. For all we know the mystique of
Stonehenge for instance could be just that, modern mystique and when build a simple planting tool to survive the short growing seasons, and nothing
much more than centuries of observations.
On a world achievement scale tiny Stonehenge doesn't impress me as one of the ancient wonders of the World all that much.