posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 10:20 AM
Hey Sinny glad you posted this. I saw a documentary last year on this very subject and it made alot of sense. Not sure if its the same video you
posted (unable to view videos right now) but the one I saw had a british lady as the narrator. I would like to point out to nay sayers that say
aquifers and rivers cant produce electricity that there is a simple experiment you cand do at home to prove yourselves wrong. :
Take a stream of water from your faucet and split it in two.
Take and led bulb and place the negative terminal in one stream and the positive in the other.
Wait a few seconds and voila!!!
It is a cool example to view the natural properties of running water to produce an electric charge. I'm not saying that the egyptians had led bulbs
but they were clever just look at the pyramids. And on a side note for circumstantial evidence the largest structures we have created in our modern
time all serve the same purpose... not spiritual... But to provide the masses with a source of energy. Just an interesting observation. I'm sure in
tens of thousands of years those dams will be viewed as a monument to some sort of water diety after all metal and plastic components have turned back
Interested and astonished