Tuesday, December 16, 2008

How Many Previous Nuclear Wars?

Yonaguni, one of many complex structures carved at least 25,000+ years ago ... supposedly by primitive hunter gatherers using stone tools ... ? Funny, it seems a division of labor would have been required, including specialized classes of stonecutters and they would have needed metal tools, not stones. Just how advanced were these cavemen QUEST FOR FIRE type hairy apelings? Were our ancestors the first to develop these arts or the survivors of a former collapse of an as-yet unknown civilization?

You guessed it. Somebody has to be lying big time somewhere.

Nothing to see here, people. Swiss watch ring in a 400 year old temple, is all. Please keep moving along. Yeah. Sure. That could be true and whatnot and what have you. I watch a lot of television so my analytical reasoning skills are pretty scrambled and I have to rely on what authority figures tell me to think.

Those ancestors of ours sure liked to build underground, safe from radiation

The traditional timeline of history is absolutely incoherent gibberish

Note in particular ... the Europeans, supposedly a recently entrance into Europe, have now produced fossil evidence of modern humans present 500,000 years earlier than had been previously asserted. That's HALF A MILLION YEARS EARLIER THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT.

I'll take a stab at this. I say there have been at least three worldwide nuclear conflicts in the past 200,000 years. Tell me why I'm wrong.

Did a previous civilization try to colonize Mars and fail?

I don't know. I concede that. I just want you to know that you think you know, but in reality you don't even know what you don't know, which is even less than I know because I know what I don't know but you don't know that.


Anonymous said...

You don't know that much do you? Always figured you were one of those types prone to Daniken nonsense. People being primitive does not mean that they are stupid, a picture showing a tiny watch sure as hell could not be a hoax and a rock that may or may not have a small resemblance with a piece of wood on Mars must be the remains of a former colony.

Seems to me you only jump to the conclusions that you want to reach. That's not being smart, that's having a tunnel vision.

sumptos devil s advocate said...

I know you're getting ready to post something on the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates to 0.25%, but please look at the wider market: European and Asian countries have been doing the same; this will get the U.S. and the rest of the West all in a long term slump, but relatively the U.S. will probably be ahead still:

Also, as for your statement that the U.S. is the porn capital of the world, that would probably only be true if you looked at in absolute terms, total number of literature published; the problem with that, however, is that in the West the U.S. has by far the largest population of any country and if you were to look at countries in Europe or even at Japan you will see that on a per capita basis porn is a lot more common than in the U.S., where it is still largely seen as taboo. (In Japan, it's common for men past middle age to read soft porn on the trains; there's no telling what they get up to in private!)

zwick said...

Many individual careers depend on defending the status quo. One has to stay with the program. Fortunately, most people view evidence like this with a passing fancy. They don't see it as revolutionary. Plus they don't care. However, when thinking adults view these monuments they can't help but be in awe of the work involved. Not just digging..CARVING into solid rock, deep underground. These ancient people didn't do it because it was easy. Those underwater structures off of Japan. Experts declare that they happened naturally, the effect of tide and erosion and the type of rock that exists there. Bullshit. the structures photographed on Mars, all precision cut angles, like the structures off Japan. But there isn't any water or atmosphere on Mars, is there? Or Moon, to cause tidal forces. I think we reach this point and are literally blown into the stone age either by our own doing or a solar periodic event which does the job for us. The solar event i'm referring to is the brown dwarf companion star that passes by our solar system (and is part of it!) every so often and on a regular basis. We should be making gigantic monuments ourselves, right now, to warn future humans. Instead the PTB are doing their own digging, as fast as they know how. So, whether it's nuclear weapons or an enormous gravity wave from a visiting body...itz coming.

zwick said...

One more observation. Wouldn't it be amusing if the human race was caught in some kind of cosmic 'Groundhog Day', i'm referring to the movie of the same name?

Anonymous said...

Check out this link from the underwater site.

They claim it is a manta ray but it looks like a pretty good representation of Australia when viewed from space at a bit of an oblique angle.

Gloopgloop said...

Actually, it's the opposite ideology of Van Daniken in every way. You obviously are not familiar with orthodox paleohistory so you are not aware of what constitutes a severe violation.

B Horror Movie Reviews said...

Hey Vault-co, it looks like the new global warming tax on fart cows or whatever is actually working ;)

Record low temps! We're saved... heh.

i see debt people said...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

A Giant Breach in Earth's Magnetic Field

The big discovery came on June 3, 2007...NASA reports it on 16 December 2008