Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastardBasically, they made it into an aeroplane, so it flew.
Yeah, they made "several changes". The original ones were made by local artisans with ZERO knowledge in mechanics and aeronautics, so the guy with PhD gave it a engine, a landing gear, wings with flaps and a couple of air scoops for aerodynamics, and these are "several changes"... Ooook.
And when I said "ceremonial birds" I was not referring to your personal opinion, I was repeating what mainstream archeologists use to say about those artifacts, "stylized birds", "ceremonial birds", "spiritualized birds", stuff like that...Obviously, you were not referring to my personal opinion, I was only stating my opinion that those objects are just jewellery representing flying fish, nothing more.
I really have my own opinions.