posted on Sep, 16 2013 @ 11:31 AM
When I found this map,among so many lower palaeolithic tools,I immediately recognised the west european coastline and over the 10 years I have
researched it,despite almost total disbelief and much criticism over pedantics,I have come to realise that what science knows is incomplete and that
this map is how it ACTUALLY was although exactly when is unknown.
oh right, because you, an amateur are more of an expert on geology, paleoarchaeology, and history than hundreds of scientists doing this stuff for a
living? LOL pull the other one! do you know anything about how geology works? if the coast line was the same a million years ago as it is now, it
wouldn't look different! do you think scientists are lying about something that gains them nothing for lying about?
The English channel and doggerland probably was low lying,marshy and tidal with a river system connecting the Thames and Rhine and over the
last million years water levels have gone up and down obviously affecting the crossing.
do you have evidence for that? because the evidence we have so far says "no".
I DO have some good high res images,available on request thru the website www.colnianman.com which actually show the low lying landmasss and a
direct connection between East England and Europe.
I DO fully realise how unbelievable this artefact must appear to online sceptics and academics,I wouldnt believe it myself if I saw the same online
BUT knowing it is genuine and not faked,I just CANNOT believe it is just a natural coincidence!
where is your evidence that what you say is true? scientists are able to find evidence of where the shore line was thousands of years ago, even
millions. a rock is not evidence you need more than one thing. show your images. we have reason to be skeptical, you only have a rock that vaguely
looks like a bunch of stuff you claim are a map.
THAT is the first question is it natural or is it man made?"
if it IS man made,the implications are manifold,controversial and deserve researching...I am just an individual without qualifications,funding or
assistance and I was hoping this publicity would attract interest from those of a more open mind who are able to ask the question "WHAT IF..."
ah yes, the typical "be open minded!" appeal, a.k.a "agree with me or you are close minded!!!"
problem is, you discount the guys who do this as a career for no other reason than they don't agree with you, that hardly makes your appeals worth
heeding when you bash real experts.
i ask "what if"" all the time, but i ask "what if?" with more than a rock. scientists ask what if all the time, do you think they just got to
what they theorize by magic or something? you just happen to be wrong and they happen to be right, because they have the evidence for what they claim
and you don't.
the question that should be asked is if you ever really took your rock to an expert and if you did, what they said it was.
i have no doubt they said is was a rock, not a map and you just refuse to accept the truth of the matter.