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Underwater Pyramids 5000 Years Older than Egypt


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  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik October 11, 2009 10:21:24 PM CEST

    If Hancock had spent more time doing research and less time slandering his peers in the field, maybe he wouldn't have so much trouble presenting his theories.Then again, reading his own work you can't help but notice that many of his selling points (pun intended) are mere speculation and conjecture. As was the case with Erich von Däniken.There are clearly and without a doubt people in scientific circles who are more concerned about their own positions and "keeping their hands clean" socially than figuring out the truth. To me, however, it is apparent that they are in minority, as most scientists are simply curious people like you and me.Don't dismiss what is purported as science because it is trendy. And don't accept everything you read either. The world is there for our own investigation, so collect the facts and put them to the test. Popper's principle of falsification still applies, you can tear down any great mind if you just can prove it and show why the others are wrong. Enough of this other BS.

  • Ruquick#

    Ruquick October 11, 2009 9:58:29 PM CEST

    There are those (mainly elites) who know about this part of our history (and much more) and will go to great lengths to suppress it from the world.....sad.

  • Constabul#

    Constabul October 11, 2009 3:14:05 PM CEST

    yeah bad title.besides this is a lost site of Lumaria, some of that history which is scoffed at, such as Atlantis and Civilizations that date before 10500 BCE.is sad we think we know, but we know nothing.

  • Gunzenbomz#

    Gunzenbomz October 11, 2009 2:56:55 PM CEST

    Jesus some people can't be happy with the rediscovery of this monument/structure's.go read a book maybe Graham Hancocks finger prints of the gods.

  • Manden#

    Manden October 11, 2009 1:36:38 PM CEST

    "Pyramids"? They talk about an underwater structure/monument.



 
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