Originally posted by PlanetxIsComing
What a brilliant thread kdog, well the people that run this world know what's going to happen don't worry about that and it's predicted that the world will be covered again in water just like the flood of Noah,
and NASA has said that in 2013 there is going to be a huge solar flare that will frazzel the earth
Enstien said that after ww3 the next war will be fought with bow and arrows so I guess he could be right he also said about the bees disappearing funny
I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.
that they have and there will be a great famine, I'm afraid the world will become uninhabitable, but I don't believe it will be the end of the human race I do think that something will intervene and save the human race after all what or whoever it was put us here in the first place.
Strange thing this re-cycling of the earth as I watched a video of a guy who told the story of a piece of coal that broke open and out of it dropped a genuine gold rolex style ring watch on the back of it it said SWISS, now this peice of coal was 400 million years old so Switzerland wasn't even around then so perhaps we keep rebuilding our world over and over again hence the dreams we have regarding our past lives and the premonition dreams that we have too regarding the future, so it's all looking good in my estimastion we'll see, there is no doubt about it we are living in the most fascinating times but then again perhaps we've done it before and this time round is what we've already done, just my own bleliefs that's all.
Originally posted by kdog1982
Why is it every where I search,agriculture started approximately 10,000 years ago?
Was it because there was no earlier evidence?
Or maybe they had to resort to growing their own food out of necessity because of a previous global calamity wiped out all naturally abundant food sources.
Actually, the real answer is that it took that long to develop population centers AND tools. So around 1 million years ago we're not very sophisticated. We don't wear clothes, we live in warm climates (and die a lot) and we throw rocks at things and scavenge things. When we're not hunting food (almost constantly), we're sleeping or having sex or taking care of children or telling stories or killing off some other bunch because they caught our antelope or killed our kinfolk or look like they could have killed our kinfolk or have funny-looking tattoos or they said something awful about Auntie Murflegrump.
Originally posted by ntech
reply to post by Hanslune
One thing to remember is that stuff decomposes over time. Also a lot of the ground that was around 15,000 years and older is under water now. What is an Ipod going to look like in 10,000 years after being tossed in a land fill? Cars? Buildings even. High technology is simply not going to last very long out in the elements. And that's assuming that the technology of the Ancients was similar in use and functions like today's. Their technology may not even be recognizable.
Comet May Have Exploded Over Canada 12,900 Years Ago After All
ScienceDaily (Sep. 18, 2012) — Did a massive comet explode over Canada 12,900 years ago, wiping out both beast and man in North America and propelling Earth back into an ice age? Share This: See Also: Space & Time Asteroids, Comets and Meteors Astronomy Earth & Climate Ice Ages Near-Earth Object Impacts Fossils & Ruins Ancient Civilizations Early Climate Reference Excavation Archaeological field survey Meteorite Temperature record That's a question that has been hotly debated by scientists since 2007, with the University of South Carolina's Topper archaeological site right in the middle of the comet impact controversy. However, a new study published Sept.17 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) provides further evidence that it may not be such a far-fetched notion. USC archaeologist Albert Goodyear is a co-author on the study that upholds a 2007 PNAS study by Richard Firestone, a staff scientist at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Younger-Dryas is what scientists refer to as the period of extreme cooling that began around 12,900 years ago and lasted 1,300 years. While that brief Ice age has been well-documented – occurring during a period of progressive solar warming after the last Ice age – the reasons for it have long remained unclear. Dr Firestone’s team presented a provocative theory: that a major impact event – perhaps a comet – was the catalyst. His copious sampling and detailed analysis of sediments at a layer in the earth dated to 12,900 years ago, also called the Younger-Dryas Boundary (YDB), provided evidence of micro-particles, such as iron, silica, iridium and nano-diamonds. The particles are believed to be consistent with a massive impact that could have killed off the Clovis people and the large North American animals of the day. Thirty-six species, including the mastodon, mammoth and saber-toothed tiger, went extinct.
Originally posted by clearmind
i believe we have been lied to our entire lives about the true history of humanity and the true history of this planet. so much geological evidence around that contradicts the history we have been told. historians stick to thier timeline like flies on fly paper. why? control? power? dont want to scare humanity? imagine if we had grown up knowing that humanity had come and gone a couple of times..that great 'occurances' have happen in our galaxy? would we be fearfull? would we have risen up to a higher level of knowledge?
another interesting book on the subject......
why is the mainstream so afraid of the truth?
Originally posted by clearmind
reply to post by Hanslune
replies like that always make me chuckle...why do i need to provide proof?
all one has to do is pick up some books and read...yes, i said books...for every 2 paragraph quotes people find on the web, there are multitude of books and research papers, geological studies about occurances on earth that seem to suggest that 'things' have happened that dont fit into the conventional histories.
i, like most others. have grown up knowing and reading and being taught about 'conventional history'. but as knowledge and technology have progressed, they have been able to look deeper into earths past and gain better understanding of geological processes and cosmic events...understanding things that were not understood when the original therioes came about..ie, earth not being flat, the sun not revolving around the earth, that there were massive glaciers around that are not there any more, that coastal lines are not the same any more, that massive areas of land once above water are now submerged ect ect ect. not all info is found on the 'web'..sometimes one has to pick up those old things called books..hundreds and hundreds of pages of reading..hours and hours of time spent reading..not all evidence can be explained in a convenient paragragh or two in a few seconds of reading. explore the well researched alternative theories.........
i dont propose that i know what has actually happened..but i do know that some geological evidence condridicts convential history.
and if we were to be truthfull about history, it would increase what we know about history and we would have to change our understanding of history........and apparently that is too disturbing for some to admit.
much land that was above water is now underwater...cant really walk around and find pottery..metals will eventually rust to nothing..that said evidence has been found underneath the waves that point to civilizations now buried under ocean silt and water....what else lies beneath the seas?
if one wants to be well rounded in knowledge, one must seek both sides, one must not be afraid to have ones beliefes challenged and possibly changed..there is no shame in that...i have had many of my preconcieved notions changed because i looked at the other side of things...and those things came from my own study..not some one telling me what to believe or telling me that i am wrong.
the evidence IS there for ALL to study and make up ones own mind.. but first...the hardest step must be taken, and that is to challenge one self, ones own beliefs. that does not mean you will change....it just means that you will become more knowledgeable...maybe more stead fast in your beliefs...maybe not........