Originally posted by BlackManINC
Originally posted by Climax
The reason AA covers so many subject areas is because you can disprove 99 out of 100 instances of AA, but if they can prove that even 1 occurance
happend, then they are right about their theory.
This reminds me of the saying that two wrongs don't make a right.
If thats what you think then you're trying to fit a square through a circle hole, I hope you dont go through life using this method often.
I didnt say anything like 2 wrongs make a right, did I? What I said is exactly correct, some call it trial and error, intelligent creatures use it
throughout their entire lives to great effect.
The Wright bros tested many different methods of achieving flight that failed, they only disproved those methods of flight achievment. They, in
effect, narrowed down what works and what doesnt until they singled out a solution that provided positive proof of their thoery.
Would anyone here say to the Wright bros, "Looks like you're trying to make two wrongs a right"?
What I was trying to get across is that when trying to solve a mystery, isnt it best to hit it from every angle? There are many who, for good reason,
are not satisfied with the story that has been given us. Because the story we have been given is a managed tale, information has been cherry picked
throughout history and within the establishment there are those who decide which information is taken and which is left.
There was a story made long ago that is being propped up by an establishment that does not want the story to change, no matter what evidence surfaces
Based on the information we have been given about our species history, having megaliths around that were constructed before we were supposed to have
civilization doesnt make sense. The logistics alone are herculean, and that would have been the easy part. There is a big piece of missing
Now pay attention, this is very important.
If it were humans alone who achieved these colossal feats all over the world, where is the information on how they did it? If there were all these
great builders all over the world, with civilization for necessary support, and they were making stuff and drawing pictures and writtings and passing
down their oral traditions, you'd think that there would be one or two writtings, pictures, graphs, cave drawings, or oral traditions past down so
that these techniques would not be lost.
We have the Rosetta Stone, which translates the languages from some of the very cultures who were supposed to have built some of these gargantuan
structures, on it the likes of Cleopatra and Ptolemy are listed but (after doing a quick search, as far as I can tell, feel free to prove me wrong) it
doesnt say who how or why the pyramids were built.
Where is information about these megaliths from the people who built them? We need to know how huge shaped stone was crafted with such precision on
such an inhuman scale all over the world, often with material from rediculous distances away. Its not enough to see a youtube vid of a guy who can
move a stone from here to here, its impressive but we need to know how the entire process was done, as in the shaping and precision.
If so much human life went into building megaliths there should be stories or artwork describing the Before, During, and After period of at least 1%
of these mysteries, so where is this very basic evidence for the human hypothesis?
(See what I did just there?)
So you say, "Well, surley there is evidence that at least 1 of these megaliths were built by human hands!"
Of course there is, there's more than 1 actually, and I dont think that anyone is really saying that, we never have nor could we ever have built
giant stone structures. But one doesnt disqualify the other. Aliens building megaliths and humans building megaliths are not mutualy exclusive. They
could both have happend, not all megaliths were made with equal skill, there are those with obviously more advanced intellect behind them.