"maybe there was a civilsation that had nuclear power 2 million years ago but just because we can't find the evidence doesn't mean it didn't happen "
uniface wrote:Thank You !!!
Now see if you can get that across to the "prove it" crowd.
Coming to grips with reality (including the reality of the past) is very squishy stuff. For a working example of what's involved, medicine. Where intuition and pattern recognition can be crucial elements in a successful outcome.
People who can't do that, or want to dismiss anything not quantifiable as irrelevant, should be lab technicians.
uniface wrote:"maybe there was a civilsation that had nuclear power 2 million years ago but just because we can't find the evidence doesn't mean it didn't happen "
T, the evidence is in front of your face. In the Vedas. Detailed descriptions of flying craft, atomic bombs and consequent radiation sickness.
It all seemed like childish fiction until 1945. Now the question is how did they come by this information if not by experience ?
Via what Neolithic technology did the Scottish hill forts get vitrified ?
Simon21 wrote:Which all supposes one can tell accurately what British hillforts actually were for and how they were used, both of which are still fairly open questions.
uniface wrote:Vitrification was not a deliberate modification. It's evidence of an arial catastrophe nothing could have survived. Similar to the sand fused into glass at atomic test sites.
uniface wrote:T : gambit declined. Google is (sometimes) your friend. Go for it.
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