- Mar 18, 2015
Who has stated it's "impossible"It has always baffled me how some individuals, can say or say that. My question is this.
1. Why is it so hard not to believe that it is possible that there is something there?
You seem not to fathom it yourself.2. We as humans now had to learn how to do things by people from ancient times to fathom that it is not possible is always amazing to me.
Homo Sapiens dates back to at least 200,000 years before present. The word "humans" actually refers to ANY species of the genus Homo. That genus goes back almost 3 million years (at least.)History will always change because man scientists ect... will always find new thing's like animals with the Lazareth affect, or ancient humans that date back 50,000 yrs ago, or ancient villages/towns.
You're parroting garbage you've been fed (and, apparently, chose to believe.)Most of the time man/scientists do not like to be proved wrong because it will change history ect.....
As opposed to actually thinking about what you're saying before posting it?So no I don't discount that there could be and was, to be blocked off at the thought is mind boggling because they always finding stuff that was discounted.
"Proof?" Hell, there's not even any evidence to suggest anything like that.If somebody shows me strict proof that there existed a civilization in Antarctica before the rise of homo sapiens civilizations roughly in the early bronze age of Eurasia, and the 200s BC in Andes and Mesoamerica, then I will believe there is something to it.
"Proof?" Hell, there's not even any evidence to suggest anything like that.
Con men pick "Under the ice in Antarctica" because nobody can look there, thus you get more mileage out of the claim (i.e., sell a book for a longer period.)
Exactly the same reason we always hear about ancient civilizations now covered by the ocean (or even worse, now underground due to tectonic subduction.)
Find any place that nobody can go look, and I'll guarantee you that the fringe shysters have been on it.