Originally posted by solargeddon
Great to see a thread by a well respected member socking it to the global warming brigade
Gonna take a stab, and suggest a pole shift occured about 4000 years ago ?
With regards to the humans found huddled together with higher radiation levels be related to radon ? As it is naturally occuring, I read something the
other week about Scotland having raised radon awareness.
Radon has been mentioned several times in this (excellent) thread as a possible cause of how the many people suddenly died at Mohenjo-Daro and
While it is true that Radon gas is radioactive and can be a killer, it tends to be a cumulative problem, one that builds up over time, and is
localised. It's not something that strikes down entire populations immediately, as was obviously the case in these ancient cities.
Skeletal remains show that people were struck down suddenly, where they stood. Radon, from what we know of it, doesn't do this. It is known to seep
up through building footings and foundations, and does it's damage over time, usually in enclosed buildings or rooms where it doesn't dissipate as
it would in outside air. Many of the remains in the ancient cities were outside in the streets.
Radon was not what killed these cities.
Other physical evidence found only deepens the mystery.
Identified areas, especially in Mohenjo-Daro indicate strongly that there was an epicenter, an area radiating outwards from a central spot, that
showed damage indicative of a blast of very intense heat.
The mystery is, that bricks and blocks from the buildings around this epicenter show heat damage (melting) more severe on one side...the side facing
inwards to the epicenter.
We in the 21st century would normally conclude that a low altitude air burst nuclear blast would have caused such damage, but this was thousands of
years ago, so how would that be possible?
Volcanic eruptions, conventional fires, and so on have all been ruled out as the culprit because they wouldn't leave the signatures on the structures
that have been observed.
I have a problem with the 'ancient atomic blast' theory though..wouldn't the structures around and near to the epicenter have simply been
vapourised, or reduced to fine rubble if a nuclear weapon had been responsible?
I think it would have...if we're talking about the kind of modern, 20th/21st century kind of nuclear weapons we know of.
Therefore, given the evidence of extreme heat damage, vitrified bricks and so on discovered at these sites, together with irradiated human remains, i
think it reasonable to say we're looking at a very low yield nuclear bomb.
Primitive and quite weak by modern standards, although fantastically devastating and technological for thousands of years ago...something akin in
yield to a handheld, battlefied nuclear weapon of today perhaps. A terrible yet stupendous feat of engineering for the accepted level of technology
for the era, without doubt a magical weapon.
This of course is strong evidence that the accounts written in the ancient texts of the Mahabharata, which explicitly describe such a weapon,
including the blast and other accompanying physical effects, the mushroom cloud, the radioactive fallout, effects on humans and animals, and on and on
are actually not what modern science has labelled them, basically a story by imaginative writers (thousands of years ago, that's SOME imagination!),
and is in fact a true and accurate historical account of a technological advanced human history, and our global downfall at the hands of warmongers
using aerial vehicles delivering all manner of sophisticated weaponry to the enemy, including ultimately what appears to have been a mutual exchange
of nuclear strikes.
Let's not forget, these skeletal remains found in these two ancient cities are thousands of years old...and they're STILL highly radioactive.
We should learn from history...we should report and teach real history, or else we are doomed to repeat past mistakes that we really ought to have
realised only leads the surviving remnants of humanity back to the caves and the stone hammers and axes, to start it all again.