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Originally posted by thomas_
reply to post by lisa2012
The original "article" is just terrible to read, Google translation at it's worst.
From what I've managed to get from the text, since it all seems disconnected by the poor translation, it seem all too fantastical in my opinion. Especially without a single evidence, to support it.
But I would love to read a better translated version of text since it seems like a fun SCI-FI read.
A find of Bashkir scientists is contrary to traditional notions of human history: stone slabs which are 120 million years covered with the relief map of Ural Region.
Originally posted by JimmyNeutron
I can't find it now, but many years ago (10???) I read an article that asserted some Russian scientists found an ancient map which they dubbed The map of the Creator - somewhere in the Urals. I don't know if it may feed in to this topic, but thought I would point it out anyway.
Originally posted by rickymouse
very interesting. The advanced race that lived here were Giants? Well, I suppose we would be the shrimps if you look at it from their perspective.
We'll never be allowed to know if some scientific discovery from ancient times was found there. It would blow apart everything science holds as truth.edit on 12-10-2012 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Krazysh0t
Man I remember reading this thread months ago and thinking how incredible it all was. I need to go back and reread this thread to get myself up to date on it all. Maybe do some research of my own on the subject. Keep up the good work Lisa
Originally posted by Telos
However, I don't like the fact that the book is mainly focused in mysticism and spirituality and especially religion and just a bit over 10 % is dealing with the discovery of the tunnel and the expedition to uncover the mysteries that surround that place. Is understandable that the author who know is a part of Department 0 can't revel some sensitive information but skeptics would use that sort of "deviation" to attack the veracity of the account.
We'll never be allowed to know if some scientific discovery from ancient times was found there. It would blow apart everything science holds as truth