posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 06:27 PM
Now that's wild.
As far as regular people throughout history telling stories of giants walking the earth, I'm more apt to believe them than the scientists who are
paid to do and say certain things depending on where their grant money comes from. I don't like biased information. It's usually wrong.
What reason would people have 5,000 years ago to lie about such things? Can't think of one.
What reason would scientists have now to lie about such things? Job security.
Besides which, if that's just a natural formation due to erosion, that's one hell of a coincidence. You gotta admit.
And as far as that rock being molten lava at the time, don't automatically assume that the foot of that giant had the same type of skin that we do
now. Our skin has softened over time because it doesn't have to be as tough as it used to be. Look at aboriginies around the world. I'll bet you any
kind of money that their skin is a lot tougher than ours simply because it has to be if they don't have footwear. Also don't automatically assume
that the giant was native to this planet. That's kind of like assuming that aliens have the same basic body structure that we do. 2 arms....2
legs....etc... In the box thinking like that doesn't really get you anywhere.