posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 09:23 PM
The first thing that strikes me is the fact that there are craters at some of these locations. An atomic bomb dropped during warfare is not going to
leave a crater, simply because they are airburst weapons, and the effects are intensified via this delivery method. The only time I can think of where
a nuclear detonation left a crater was when it was buried. I suppose it is possible for one to create a crater if it were detonated on the ground, but
I don't know for sure. I suppose it makes sense though, and it probably would leave a crater. But we know it was not delivered aerially though. Well
the first site mentioned didn't talk about a crater though, I don't think, although the others did.
I am wondering whether any celestial body that has impacted the earth could leave such radiation. I highly doubt it, especially if it has been
thousands of years. But I won't say it is impossible, maybe if the asteroid was chock-full of radioactive elements. But I would assume there would
still be fragments to be found in the soil at such a location. But I don't know for certain.
I will say that once all the natural explanations are exhausted, one must turn to the less conventional explanations, ie alien warfare or something. I
mean since we know that ancient civilizations did not possess the technical know-how to create advanced technologies like an atomic weapon. There is
absolutely zero evidence that has been found of such advancement. The pyramids, for instance, could have been accomplished without advanced
technologies, as could all other monuments that have ever been discovered. Sheer manpower can accomplish quite a bit.
And any artifacts that are advanced, are only advanced for their time period. In no way were the ancients rivaling what we can do today, or what we
could do in the 40's when we developed the atomic bomb. There is no evidence that they had electronics either. And I hate it when someone mentions
the Baghdad battery. That is not any kind of proof of technology, by any means. Now if someone found advanced circuitry, or even insulated wiring,
accompanied by other signs of technological advancement, then there would at least be something to build on, and we could consider that there might
have been some culture that was far advanced.
But no evidence has presented itself as of yet. So either these groups never existed, or we haven't found proof of their existence yet. I say the
former is more likely. Even the bits and pieces of stuff found at insane depths, stuff fused into coal or rock, is not on par with what we have today,
or what would be necessary to create an atomic bomb.