Discussion in 'The War Room' started by VivaRevolution, May 15, 2017.
So you're not saying it's aliens, but it's aliens.
No terrestrial beings that had the ability to manipulate the material world in a different way than humans.
No lol they were brought into existence before us.
A lost civilization? Did you listen to the latest Rogan podcast?
Yes to your first question and no to the other.
I might have to post every picture and video in a mayberry or war room thread. Brien Foerster watch his videos. Then just look at pictures of megalithic sites for a while. The internet is a beautiful thing.
You should listen to it. Graham Hancock and Randall Carson vs a professional skeptic. They also brought in scientists via skype. Deals with what youre saying.
Want to link the video?
Edit..... or podcast
fascinating stuff but its hard to make conclusions, both sides make good points
Ty will listen to later!
Pretty wild, bookmarking this thread
Don't know about copper ; but the Egyptians used Bronze tools. Bronze is an alloy , mostly composed of copper, with tin and some other metals.
There are some very hard stones ; can't think of the name of 1 in particular I have in mind.
At one time Neanderthals were considered just a bunch of dumb brutes, but in the past several years that stance has changed .
I heard it gives +6 to Strength
Inherent bias and leaps of logic. We see this all too often from scientists.
Maybe I've watched too much ancient aliens but I have a very hard time accepting that ancient humans made some of this stuff with primitive tools. Just doesn't add up to me.
That forth group of humanoids, that we can't seem to find a skeleton of?
This is all a waste to try and convince any of them. They dismiss huge chunks of the scientific data. It's quite frustrating with these people because of how they cherry pick the scientific method. They are fine as can be with the convenience and medicine science has brought into their lives but totally dismiss the stuff that goes against their worldview or use the God of the gaps arguments.
I've been laughing at 6,000 year old creationists for over a decade thanks to Kent Hovind. His debates are priceless.
TCK busting out one of his greatest hits.
When it comes to medicine you can demonstrate it, observe it, and repeat it. You can't demonstrate, observe, and repeat history tho, can you? Piecing together history is heavily based on interpretation of evidence. And when it comes to a person's interpretation of something, even a scientist, personal bias(beliefs, experiences, ego, ect) plays a large part.
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