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Originally posted by metaldemon2000
reply to post by wisper
Of course nuclear explosions don't travel back in time. Even if we detonated every warhead on the planet simultaneously it still wouldn't even compare to the power of the nuclear reactions caused by the weakest of stars. And stars don't time travel. Plus it is impossible to go back in time, you can only accelerate through time faster. As you approach light speed. We are nowhere near being able to achieve that. And any race who potentially couldvwould have something a he'll of a lot stronger than thermonuclear weapons.
Its not far fetched to believe that ancient india had technology and nukes.
Originally posted by Blue Shift
So the catastrophe was so huge that it destroyed every trace of the prehistoric civilization, but somehow enough people survived to create a breeding population? Yeah, that makes sense.
Originally posted by naycalvert
No, cavemen lived in caves because they didn't know how to build homes. We will rise from the ashes with unity consciousness, with a greater understanding of the synergies of nature. I believe in the end of monetry systems and a rise of a non stratified, peaceful society free from religions, governments and all forms of segregation.
Originally posted by SeventhSeal
Doubtful. Cavemen were learning how to build, how to hunt, and how to kill each other. From there, we have advanced in building, hunting, and sadly...how to kill each other.
It's unlikely Cavemen were people who were left over from civilization. Instead, they were the beginning of one.
Do we not believe in evolution here at ATS? lol