posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 03:24 PM
reply to post by Gazrok
Whatever I'm saying are possibilities backing up my belief that they really were more advanced.
Okay, you say why are there no skyscraper remains. Probably they didn't have any skyscrapers as all their transport may have been by air. And that's
why they didn't need bridges too. OR, like we already have had 2 world wars, maybe even they had a war, after which they cleaned up everything and
before they could rebuild the buildings and the bridges, the next war must have begun.
You say that the scientist(s) that remained, could use metal tools or build a steam engine. We in our world which has all those things, in the sense,
you or me, no offense, but think truthfully; I mean I don't know how to make a steam engine. And I am confident that at least 80% of the world's
population doesn't. What are the chances that out of the 5-6% who may have survived the nuclear war, a suitable number of them would have been
scientists, that too in a nearby neighborhood so they can collectively work and make steam engines instead of growing crops and making houses with all
available resources, with probably 20 years or less remaining of most of their lives.
You say that we have advanced to a lavel in which we have ways to preserve our artifacts for thousands of years. I say, maybe they reached a level in
which they had weapons to destroy even those ways of protection of ours.