posted on Jan, 7 2009 @ 03:55 AM
"Today, physicists call these gates stargates or wormholes. These cosmic gateways theoretically link regions of the universe"
"Loss of the secrets of this gate has brought great challenges to humanity. ...Rebuilding the gate is a reachable goal"
I find the words "theoretically," and, "loss of," and, "rebuilding," strangely telling. Am I reading in to far?
In other words, have we destroyed a gate that we hope to rebuild? The middle east, perhaps?
And, does the statement, "loss of the secrets,"-indicate a generalization, over time, of humanity's losing the bits and pieces of the historical
records; as ascertained by the, or any, mounting evidence you may have come upon- or, something more specific, as in a particular theft of a
particular known artifact or document relevant or rumored, to have bearing on stargates and wormholes?
And how is it that something can be called 'theoretical', if, we've both had the secrets, as ascertained by having 'lost them', and, are hoping
to "rebuild"-indicative of a structure already created and known to be so?
Or perhaps it is just "build'? Are we hoping to rebuild or are we hoping to build?
[edit on 7-1-2009 by HugmyRek]