"Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby circumspice » Thu Mar 09, 2017 2:59 pm

About the Serapeum in Saqqara...

It's so much easier for Tony to fantasize than it is for him to practice independent thought on this, or any other, subject...

So, here's a link:

https://nathandickey.wordpress.com/2014 ... -of-egypt/
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby E.P. Grondine » Fri Mar 10, 2017 11:11 am

Usually people believe what they want to believe until reality intrudes.
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Kalopin » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:48 am

This planet's ancestors had a much better environment and were way more highly advanced than humans currently are, during the Pleistocene, which all came to an end when the Moon impacted, 13kya... Though much of the technology survived and many more cities were built, there were several more catastrophes on different scales, the main one being the comet that struck the Hudson bay, 10.5kya...
This has little choice but to be known, as the facts are overwhelming and a great amount of new evidence is just now coming out, if it's not already too late, as another imbalance is already occurring- http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v10/ ... o2859.html
"...show intense field change at high latitude, localized in a distinctive circular daisy-chain configuration centred on the north geographic pole. Here we show that this feature can be explained by a localized, non-axisymmetric, westward jet of 420 km width on the tangent cylinder, the cylinder of fluid within the core that is aligned with the rotation axis and tangent to the solid inner core. We find that the jet has increased in magnitude by a factor of three over the period 2000–2016 to about 40 km yr−1, and is now much stronger than typical large-scale flows inferred for the core..."


...and for some new stuff- http://www.nature.com/articles/srep44031#s1
"...We document discovery of a distinct Pt anomaly spread widely across North America and dating to the Younger Dryas (YD) onset. The apparent synchroneity of this widespread YDB Pt anomaly is consistent with Greenland Ice Sheet Project 2 (GISP2) data that indicated atmospheric input of platinum-rich dust..."

[...and see comments- if it's not deleted;-]

Tiompan » Wed Mar 08, 2017 11:15 am
"The empirical evidence was posted here a while ago , it is obvious that you didn't read or understand the links .

Empirical evidence is not something that you can provide , that's why the breath wasn't being held .
Here it is again " it might be a start to provide evidence for the stones being "strategically spaced " and them being "placed in sulphuric acid ".
If either of these suggestions had any truth it wouldn't be difficult to prove it .
"
The engravings were done with stone toki . Again , even more elaborate engravings were done millenia before the discovery of metals .

Still no answer to whether you come up with the fantasies or get them from the saddo sites .
Is Circumspice right ? If so , do tell us the source ."

Statements were made, [ by you and your constituents...] with no evidence to back, no proof...
...my "empirical evidence" is every detail that can be studied...[science]
Most of the Moai were carved directly out of the crater. Many are still there. The best place for them if you are going to use the crater as a battery...
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/arque ... ster02.htm
"...A total of 887 moai have so far been catalogued on Easter Island, including 397 at the quarry – the volcanic crater of Rano Raraku. Rano Raraku is one of the world’s most extraordinary and evocative archaeological sites. A great many statues were being sculpted there when activity apparently came to an abrupt halt.

Francis Mazière writes:

Here in this lunar landscape they carved giants that belong to another world; the impression is shattering. Everything here is on the most tremendous scale, and it all gives rise to a strong feeling of distress, for everything seems to have stopped suddenly, in a single day, as though it had been hit by the blast of some enormous disaster. ... It is this which gives the sanctuary its unearthly feeling.2..."

http://www.easterislandtourism.com/what ... /volcanos/
"...Most of the 900 moai in the island come from the slopes of the Rano Raraku volcano..."


http://www.disclose.tv/news/giza_pyrami ... ing/138105
"...Recently, some new evidence has appeared that the feat of building the Egyptian pyramids was accomplished largely with machine tools..."

[...as, how could anyone come to a conclusion that a hammer and chisel could produce such precision?!]

Though, one would think this would have already been mainstream? [Maybe there are those that? ...naw, ...not the ones trusted, ...no way, ...couldn't be!;-]]]]]]]

This is not a question of man hours, but of technology...
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Tiompan » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:03 am

Of course evidence was provided for you , you either didn't read it or understand it .

Meanwhile you have failed to provide anything like evidence yourself .

Don't judge others by your standards , a lot more complex engravings were done much earlier than those on the Island .

You still haven't told us the source of your fantasies .
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Kalopin » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:21 am

Tiompan wrote:Of course evidence was provided for you , you either didn't read it or understand it .

Meanwhile you have failed to provide anything like evidence yourself .

Don't judge others by your standards , a lot more complex engravings were done much earlier than those on the Island .

You still haven't told us the source of your fantasies .


[right] if you had any evidence you would be flaunting, as I am...
Do you really believe I am alone with these findings?
This is what the lead archaeologist for Egyptology stated concerning the Serapeum-
"...the ultimate "smoking gun", this cannot be explained by conventional methods...when they opened this tomb, in December 2012!, the head of archaeology of ancient Egypt said to CNN, to MSNBC, to Aljazeers,... "we don't know how this was done!"...and that's honest, we appreciate his honesty, because Egyptology cannot explain this in any way!..."


This is what most that have given the study have found- for instance-
Brien Foerster- "...We now have substantial evidence to show that advanced machining technology existed in Egypt before the time of the Pharaohs. Watch the evidence in this video. And visit Egypt with us:
http://www.khemitology.com/
https://youtu.be/Ma-nC9hDaOs
"...and so, we believe that the great pyramid and the other two pyramids on the Giza plateau are far older than the dynastic Egyptians by several thousands of years and were destroyed in a giant cataclysm of some kind which was global in nature approximately 12,000 years ago..."

The many cities you believe to be just a few thousand years, were built during the Pleistocene, when there was less gravity...[so, what "carvings"?]
Do you yet see the "tide rising"?;-]
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Tiompan » Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:25 pm

I did flaunt two of the papers , you didn't read or understand them .
All you are flaunting is your baseless fantasies ,there is no evidence contrary to the findings of either of the papers and you haven't provided any .

Are you really unaware of the huge amount of prehistoric engravings throughout the world (with the exception of the Antartic ) , those that long predate those on Rapa Nui and some that are more elaborate. ?

How can you believe people like Brien Foerster ?
It's a Rhetorical question . But it is fascinating why people accept that nonsense , it was ever thus , but the alt crowd never seem to learn from the their earlier mistakes .
How do they see Von Daniken these days ? Do people still but that ,or have they moved on ?

https://badarchaeology.wordpress.com/ta ... -foerster/
http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/atlan ... tian-tombs
http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/l-a-m ... ny-of-them etc.
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby circumspice » Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:55 pm

Tony Hood is incapable of independent thought. He's never had an original thought, about anything. I sometimes wonder who he plays sock puppet for...

Tony, to do research you MUST actually conduct experiments & trials. You must then perform a double blind so that coincidence can be ruled out. After that, YOU MUST write the paper & submit it for peer review. Are you tracking Tony?

Copy/pasting other people's intellectual property is called plagiarism. Are you tracking Tony?

I know this must be very difficult for you to understand but you've got to try.

(I think it's safe to state that Tony won't do any of the above because it requires that he do more than surf the internet for omens & portents.)

No Tony, copy/pasting other people's work doesn't qualify you to claim that you've done any research. Are you tracking Tony?

My suggestion is that you return to the mental institution where you were being treated, resume the therapy sessions & resume taking your meds. Otherwise Tony, you are batshit crazy.
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Kalopin » Sat Mar 11, 2017 2:38 pm

"...there sits all those artifacts..."

https://youtu.be/2h1c0cHFBME
https://youtu.be/7UqK8P0AhBk

[...much of the "cave art" was done after devolution...]

[...the Smithsonian can't help you now, [status-quo protectors,] the information is getting noticed and soon the truth will be known...]
So can we please stop teaching all the sixty-five million year old nonsense and all the other b.s., as if it were real?
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Tiompan » Sat Mar 11, 2017 3:14 pm

A careful avoidance of the Foerster articles and telling us how the alt crowd view Von Daniken these days .

We do have dates for a lot of the "cave art " ( which is not the same as engravings ) .
What devolution ?
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby circumspice » Sat Mar 11, 2017 4:03 pm

Concerning the recently found fragment of a statue that may represent Ramesses II... That is not an elongated skull, it's the White Crown of Upper Egypt. It's also called the Hedjet. Even though the statue has been broken into fragments, it's still easy to see the carved lines representing the crown along the forehead & by the ear in that silly video.

Tony you need a reality check. You're starting to dissociate yourself from reality. i.e. you're batshit crazy...


Here's a link to pics of the White Crown of Upper Egypt :

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedjet
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby MichelleH » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:57 am

Tony, you've lost your entertainment value, say good night.
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby Minimalist » Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:15 pm

Had to be done.
Something is wrong here. War, disease, death, destruction, hunger, filth, poverty, torture, crime, corruption, and the Ice Capades. Something is definitely wrong. This is not good work. If this is the best God can do, I am not impressed.

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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby MichelleH » Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:50 pm

Yep.
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Re: "Earth's worst mass extinction..."?

Postby MichelleH » Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:49 pm

So Kapolin is gone, but I am leaving this thread up because of the contributions by other intelligent members, excluding Kapolin. If the crap starts again, I will lock it out.
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