Originally posted by starwarsisreal
Is it possible for humans to advance to our technological levels in the ancient past without alien civilization?
Of course - as our history shows.
Homo Sapiens have been existence since 250,000 years ago and it took 5,000 years for us to advanced from Spears to Nuclear Weapons.
As far as I know, humanity have used spears far longer than 5000 years. In fact, our predecessors used them too.
The only thing that is interesting is that it took us roughly 250.000 years to advance to Nuclear Weapons. Your 5000 years is completely random in
One thing I notice in mainstream science is that we are being told that Humanity have been welding sticks from 250,000 years ago til about few
thousand years ago. If assuming it takes Humanity 5,000 years to advance from spears to our level
The problem is that you're assuming completely incorrectly.
In order to build nuclear weapons, you need to begin with basics that aren't even science. That is,
1.Figure out how to settle down and spend less time surviving and finding food.
2. Establish some sort of a civilization instead of constantly killing each other. We still have some of that problem.
3. Breed for more brain-power (and for the fun of it). We weren't many at the time.
4. Understand how the world works
can't they do it in the ancient past? 250,000 years is a very long time and by then they could have advanced to a highly sophisticated technological
society without alien intervention
....and that's exactly what we did?
. Unless a catastrophe wipe them out, leaving a few traces of this ancient advanced civilization. What if all the Civilizations like the Sumerians,
the Chinese, and others are remnants of this advanced civilization?
What advanced civilization? Our ancestors are our ancestors and we've now greater than them.
It could explain why many myths and religion are very similar and also how Sumerians and others are advanced for their time.
What explains why they are similar is because they mostly have the same origin - us.
It can also explain the Origins of the Egyptian Pyramids.
That we built them..?
One of the arguments I've heard is that if there was an ancient advanced global civilization in the past then it would leave traces. If our
civilization were to collapse and wipe out 90 percent of the population we would revert back to stone age since most of the architects, Physicists,
and other brilliant minds will all be gone and those people who survive would be more focused on survival rather than creating new things. Without
people maintaining the cities, eventually they will be gone because wildlife would have reclaim them and plus the buildings would have been destroyed
due to erosion. Modern Buildings like Steel Skyscrapers wouldn't last very long. This may explain why if the a hypothetical advanced civilization
were to exist in the past there wouldn't be any traces left.
Nonsense. We have traces of simple animals that have lived a lot longer ago than our history.
We have traces of simple pots and tools from the beginning of our own history.
We have traces of ancient villages.
Surely we'd have a lot more than pots, and clear proof that there was a global civilization. Which we don't. Because there wasn't.
Also skeptics have asked where are the computers, planes cars, etc. Well the remnants of advanced technology would have been lone gone. Look at our
computers, I don't see them lasting a hundred years since these items can rust away.
First of all, you have never ever seen a single car or computer rust away and disappearing.
Second, ...nevermind. This is getting a bit too ridiculous.