Originally posted by Rocketman7
But the even bigger mystery is where this unusual rock came from. Only one jadeite source has been reported with similar chemical properties—a site in Baja California Sur, Mexico. If this were the gouge’s original home, though, it would have had to been transported across the Pacific, a highly improbable scenario for the Neolithic people of the time.
Why is that so surprising?
Hiding data that doesn't fit the paradigm, only builds a house a cards. Denying the data and covering things eventually leads to where they are today. With a lot of egg on a lot of faces. Clinging to theories that have been falsified. And unwilling to accept the facts.
So I had to use the way back machine because that website in the UK, is now a Mexican tourism, website, which if I was a conspiracy theorist I would say it has been censored.
And since the city off Cuba has had the same level of censorship, let me see if the wayback machine can give us a reasonable link to some scientific investigation that has since been suppressed regarding it as well.
Here you go wayback link of NARKAS ORG. A South American Archaeological Association.
I have to fix the link Tinyurl couldn't handle a way back link either.
h ttp://web.archive.org/web/20071121143801/h ttp://www.narkas.org/EN/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20&Itemid=29
Again remove the spaces in http above.
But even if you want to get involved in the controversy and take sides and deny or debunk any of this, if you look above Cuzco Peru, from space, you will see water cisterns, that were not made by Inca people. In fact they told the conquistadors, they were made by giants. And they look like it since the stones are huge and have water tight joints. Examine this one, and you will see where the water flowed from the cistern, and it flowed so long, that it wore down the rock the water flowed over.
Rather than admit that this was made by man a very very long time ago, long enough that the water flowing over the rocks, wore down the rock, they say that it is a slide, and it was worn down by people's bums.
A real scientist might examine the terrain, see that this is but one of several, that led back North Easterly, in a chain, to where the river was diverted. Major water management being done by people 1.3 million years ago probably.
At some point there gets to be too much data poking up to be able to suppress it further.
Eurocentrism is a common ideology that has taken archeology and turned it into mythology.
The current paradigm, is a story made up to satisfy the Eurocentric view. IMHO.
And is not the real history of man at all. Regardless of the reasons that people believe South America could not be the cradle of civilization, the facts are there. And lots of them. Somehow, the story all melds together but if people cannot do proper science without being censored, then the real story will never become public knowledge.
edit on 5-2-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)