posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 11:14 AM
Well, I wasn't there all those years ago...
We are forced to ask ourselves a hard question. Do you completely accept what you are being told or do you leave the door open for possibility? If
you are not in one form of research, discovery or exploration, you are left to accept what you are told as fact. Even scientist that are working in
one particular field are not always in contact or "brain storming" with other scientific disciplines...
Here is an interesting thought...
The general theory is that an asteroid strike killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Many paleontologists believe and support that idea.
However, not all of them do. I saw an interview with a paleontologist that works out in the American west and he made a very valid point. We can,
with little doubt, identify the earth and stone strata of that asteroid strike. We know what layer of earth represents that time. He said "If the
asteroid impact killed the dinosaurs out all at once, this layer of strata should be full of dinosaur bones...it isn't."
So is he a loon or is he making a valid point?
We were told for years about the rise of civilization and the progression from hunter gatherer to agriculture, to villages to cities to religion to
temples and megalithic building...but guess what? We have recently discovered it did not happen that way at all. As one archaeologist put it
"Gobekli-Tepe has upset the cart of conventional understanding on the rise of civilization"
What I DO like about science is the willingness to adapt..thewillingness to step back and recalculate based on new discoveries. New, "valid"
discoveries WILL change things. It has happened before and it will happen again. It just takes time.
I don't believe in the "giant skeletons" because I cannot think of a single reason why such discovery would need to be suppressed...not reason at all.
This would imply that the "establishment" was trying to hide something like the stories from the Bible are true... and I don't think everyone out
there is that petty.
edit on 2/27/2013 by Jeremiah65 because: (no reason given)