Tiompan wrote:The statues are not evidence that the islands were inhabited in the Pleistocene .
Forget the what if's , maybe's and fantasies, we have evidence .
All the evidence points to the statues being raised approx 1100–1680 AD .
There is simply no evidence for a human presence on the island earlier than 1300 AD .
I know how batteries work .
Could you answer the question ?
What energy are you talking about in “it is possible these stones were absorbing the energy the earth produces, "?
Regardless ,if the stones were absorbing energy , then so are all the other stones that were not erected , and also all the stones that were erected but clearly not for that purpose ,i.e. so what ?
Tiompan wrote:You were given two papers to read . You either didn't read them or understand them .
You also failed to refute that evidence or provide anything to support your fantasies .
You have still haven't said what the energy that is being absorbed in relation “it is possible these stones were absorbing the energy the earth produces, "?
And why it doesn't matter when we consider if the stones were absorbing energy , then so are all the other stones that were not erected , and also all the stones that were erected but clearly not for that purpose ,i.e. so what ?
There is no evidence for any advanced civilisations in the Pleistocene .
The Epoch Times and web sites on the Osmanigic nonsense provide succour for the delusional .
-as dating charcoal and sampling aggreagate is highly inaccurate-it does not work! ...and they even admit it..."...we obtained eight radiocarbon dates on wood charcoal samples (Table 1). We selected small wood charcoal specimens .."
"...Recently questions have arisen about the long chronology. In an analysis compiling over 120 radiocarbon dates for the island, Martinsson-Wallin and Crockford (15) (table S1) rejected the early Poike date and questioned the validity of dates from 400 to 800 A.D. These authors concluded that dates before 800 A.D. were unreliable, but they accepted radiocarbon ages from 800 to 1200 A.D. and concluded that colonization dated to the beginning of that period (15)..."
-as you even admit there may be inaccuracies... [...and the "fantasy" is yours...]"...and for an opposing view but not in the regions of fantasy see ..."
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Tiompan » Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:50 pm
"All the evidence including the two papers mentioned points to the statues being raised approx 1100–1680 AD ..."
"By saying it is everywhere you haven't explained anything . How is measured ? Does it have a name ?"
"... The bottom line of these efforts is that there is a rather wide range of current estimates of the earth's core temperature. The "popular" estimates range from about 4,000 kelvins up to over 7,000 kelvins (about 7,000 to 12,000 degrees F).
If we knew the melting temperature of iron very precisely at high pressure, we could pin down the temperature of the Earth's core more precisely, because it is largely made up of molten iron. But until our experiments at high temperature and pressure become more precise, uncertainty in this fundamental property of our planet will persist."
E.P. Grondine » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:51 pm"Sometime in the 1400's there was a massive impact mega-tsunmi in the Pacific, known as "The Great Wall of Water".
I believe it may have led to the Inca's personal Pacific Ocean voyage..."
Tiompan wrote:You didn't read or understand the papers . They didn't “just make a statement “ their analysis was empircally based , not fantasies .
You are the one who is simply "making a statement " albeit a fantastical one , and without any foundation /evidence .
Lol , you are saying that the energy that you had such difficulty in describing and mentioned here in relation to megaliths “it is possible these stones were absorbing the energy the earth produces, "? was heat ?
If so ,apart from the hilarity of the unconscious humour , it explains why you also had great difficulty in responding to “Regardless ,if the stones were absorbing energy , then so are all the other stones that were not erected , and also all the stones that were erected but clearly not for that purpose ,i.e. so what ?
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