posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 04:15 AM
reply to post by Skyfloating
Not necessarily. Do we have an age for these buildings? You yourself show it only to be the beginnings of a culture up to 50,000 years ago.
Fundamental fact is that you cannot change what is observed true to fit what you want to be true. You must apply what is true to what you want to be
true. What does not fit gets booted. What does stays. Everything you have presented could easily fit within 10,000 years of civilized development
around 45,000 years ago. I myself have to beg to question if it even was humans whom built such things. no civilization built by man remains for more
than 1000 years before it collapses, gets conquered, or is simply undone through the slow erosion of time via natural disaster (and considering its
location, it would be prone to them).
In ergo, it is perfectly plausible to theorize it as a hominid settlement that had its own culture that later humans from Africa took over, killed the
locals, and then got it started into something really cool around 45,000-30,000 years ago. That is, after all, what happened in Europe and in
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