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Originally posted by kdog1982
It was a caveman rubbing two uranium ore rocks together to start a fire.
He got an unexpected BOOM!
Originally posted by Mclaneinc
Sigh...I was enjoying the thread, like many it seemed to good to be true and of course its turned out that way again.
There's something mystical about the notion of warring planets, Earth Vs them and amazing mass wipeout events but after reading the excellent inputs from various people it all boiled down to mucho C&P from site to site and lots of creative writing from those sort of sites...Rense anyone..
Oh well, maybe another time..
Interesting while it lasted...
Originally posted by PhoenixDown
I think many civilizations have shown advancements that rival what we have today, but it seems to be mostly focused around aqueducts, plumbing and city layout/design. Medical advances appear to be attributed to herbal remedies but what about other signs of technology?
We've found, no matter how rare, extremely rare items from the skeletons of long ago dinosaurs to bracelets and cave drawings of ancient peoples. So where is the smoking gun of a radio or a factory with fragments of motherboards?
I'm certainly not doubting, but if two ancient Indian cultures vanished off the face of the earth by nuclear attack -- wouldn't there be hints of the materials used to build the reactors that were required or the planes that launched them?
What about the advances leading up to that point? Human curiosity is not unique to our generation for lack of a better term. Surely someone in one of these civilizations would have wondered what the moon is like and launched their own shuttles, or at the very least - satellites, to see what else is out there. So even if by chance no earthly record remains, something up there would.
I think this is a good point but when you look at Pumu Punku, the matrix's that tie two megalithic stones together seems to be some type of solid metal and that has completely deteriorated. Vanished, gone. If something like that, Here is a matrix in a rock:
It seems to be some type of metal, iron etc. So something so thin as a motherboard doesn't even come close to that thickness. Also it seems like Michael Tellenger talks about ancient megalithic stones could be so hand picked (why stones are so far from their original site?) Maybe an earlier civilization is so advanced that they are beyond even fiber optics. Maybe there conduit is sound? Certain megalithic stones have certain frequencies.
What David Adair mentions in his testimony of seeing a large biological engine 20 or so stories under area 51 is that the aliens could be robotic that fire the ignition of the engine in their brains utilizing Advanced Symbiotic. Technology. When you take a civilization maybe millions of years ahead of us. The use of wires, motherboards could be nano sized into megalithic stones? Like those tiny nano sized stones like surgeon Roger Leir takes out of abductees. You implant a nano sized stone (smaller than a tiny pebble into a stone, how would you find it? Especially when it seems like they can literally melt stones as in the case of this:
That page has exhaustive material and posts:
Gotta go read some more
edit on 26-11-2011 by PhoenixDown because: finished a thought!