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Originally posted by Knowledgeseeker5434
I Would like to bring up somthing that will validate your theory. We as a species have advanced little in our timeline. Its only been the past 200 or so years that we have made our great technological marvels. The species of modern man, homo sapiens, have been around for 125,000-150,000. Its common sence to say that if we gone this far in 5,000 years of recorded history what happened the other 140,000 years? Perhaps there was an advanced culture of people befor recorded history only to be wiped out by a catacylsm. Perhaps that is why most earliest cultures believe that the golden age was ended, and every since recorded history we all viewed ourself as living in the shadow of the human golden age
Originally posted by 12.21.12
Present day, mankind has sought to colonize the moon. They wish to colonize the moon in light that there may be an event that will bring great change to the earth. Likewise they have also built elaborate underground structures and tunnels for such an event.
So would I be out of line if I said, this has happened before. History repeats itself.
Originally posted by Fraank Fontaine
There was a recent BBC documentary following a scientific investigation. The documentary centred around the premise that if Man stopped to exist 'right now', how long would traces of our current civilisation last. Computers, buildings, cars, etc
The answer was surprising - around 400-500 years MAXIMUM! After this time, only the biggest of stone monuments would be around, and nothing of civilisation would be left.