Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by magma
Its good you dont have the patience because you wouldnt have hope in hell of debunking these waveforms. They are complex wave forms and the indians
replicated them will enough in the rock to show their overshoot details in the waveforms.
edit on 2-2-2013 by AthlonSavage because: (no reason given)
no hope in hell ehh?
Indians did not have Pro Tools and were not able to 'bounce the file' to the rock walls. They are not complex waves they are incredible simple, the
most simplest form.
Other may be impressed and fooled by your claims simply because they do not know or understand what wave forms are.
Indians carved into the rock mountains , rivers, steams and animals that represented the culture of the time.
The idea of Indians having access to equipment that not only enabled them the identify waveforms but understand their relevance and then over all
else, put it on the walls for posterity is absurd.
Find a legend from the time that specifically talks about the importance of wave forms and you might have a case.
Find identical markings in other places in the world and you might have a case.
Until then...nothing more than flight of fancy on your part
edit on 2-2-2013 by magma because: edit