Originally posted by blocula
Originally posted by aorAkiJust for the hell of it,would you or anyone else please try and "back up" the often claimed and professed fact that the sun is really 93,000,000 miles away and try and "back up" the often claimed and professed fact that the earth is not hollow,it cant really be done,but go ahead and try,because i know,that all we really know,is what they want us to know and what we are led to believe and the things they think they know as fact,are sooner or later proved to have been false,again and again and again...
reply to post by Rocketman7
What a load of nonsense from a position of delusion, with nothing to back it up.
edit on 5-3-2012 by blocula because: (no reason given)
That is true. It is all more like mythology than what Bacon had envisioned when he came up with the scientific method.
And everything is subject to change.
Like in the matrix.
But when we can get some real hard facts, such as Fact A, B, and C, we have a stable solid footing to build on.
Often that causes a paradigm shift. Like from Newton to Einstein was a paradigm shift.
In this case the realization, that there is a city off Cuba 2200 feet under water, with no signs of damage, and so this 'big push' as we will call it, towards a South American settlement date of 40,000, has died on the battlefield, since that age was given by a geologist who stated, that if we were to assume, that this area sank, then at the fastest rate any land has been known to sink, we could date that at 40,000 years however, and this is the key point, there is no evidence that this area sank, and no earthquake damage.
From space if you look in the Caribbean, you can see subdivided land under the sea. And I think also that there is sufficient evidence in Central and South America of truly ancient man, I think that people should be studying the area and searching for our past. Its a chance for some real interesting archeology.