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reply to post by Ectoplasm8
There is no default approach to proving a theory. You can prove a theory, or you can disprove it. If one would like to claim "hoax" (disprove) then it's the their burden to provide materials proving so, otherwise it's speculation.
reply to post by nighthawk1954
edit on 23-11-2013 by mekhanics because: (no reason given)
so you think the mexican government would release information such as this, with their seal of approval, without authenticating the artifacts?edit on 23-11-2013 by OceanSpray because: (no reason given)
We all know Looters get all the good stuff!
I compared the art styles to some found in this video.
The video contains a few art styles from the region!
The art style is not out of the ordinary in my opinion.
Tazumal Calakmul mayan temples
In the video I caught a Jade Amulet with 2 holes in it. Worn by a High Priest or Priestess.
If it is true about where they found these. In a hidden chamber. Then it would mean they were sacred and possibly worn and used in ceremonies by Priests and Priestesses.
I would also like to bring to attention of the presence of the Olmec's.
The Olmec's brought an Ancient Asian art style with them. Maybe the Olmec's descended from Ancient Asian sailors and had something to do with those Anchors found all over west coast of North and South America.
reply to post by JadeStar
Well here lies a huge divide between people because they're actually not hoax by default. We're innocent until proven guilty.
The standard of evidence in science is more stringent than the standard of evidence in criminal law.
The person proclaiming something extraordinary in science is the defendant, not the plaintiff.
It's basic logic.
If I say, "the sky is actually red, prove to me that it isn't" that's just nonsense and you'd do well to walk away from it.edit on 24-11-2013 by JadeStar because: (no reason given)
reply to post by JayinAR
its not a comet, its an Asteroid!!
FIRST ASTEROID LANDING, Feb 14, 2002 NEAR Spacecraft Descent
edit on 24-11-2013 by AbleEndangered because: addition