posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:37 PM
My latest area of reading has been the Indus Valley civilization.
What caught my attention more than the estimated age of the cities (~5000 BC) was the fact that some of the cities have been rebuilt multiple times
after natural disasters.
What they found was that each subsequent rebuilding was of lower quality, not higher.
Does that strike anyone else as odd?
You would think that the build quality would improve not decline.
Couple this with evidence that the Sphinx was built around 10,500 BC, and you have IMHO more evidence of a civilization that peaked then declined.
Very interesting stuff S+F.