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mizfish 01-22-2008 01:26 PM

OOPARTS & ANCIENT HIGH TECHNOLOGY --Evidence of Noah's Flood?
 
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OOPARTS -(out of place artifacts)

We have a Biblical viewpoint on the world. Ooparts are evidence, we think, that the Flood actually happened.

Jackinthebox 11-29-2008 05:10 PM

Re: OOPARTS & ANCIENT HIGH TECHNOLOGY --Evidence of Noah's Flood?
 
OOPARTS aren't necessarily evidence if Noah's flood. In fact, that's quite a leap to make such an assumption. Especially considering that some ooparts are thought to be millions of years older than any contemporary notion of when the flood occurred, or even man himself begain walking the Earth.

I do have to say though, that OOPARTS are a fascinating look at undefined reality. High technoology certainly does seem to have existed beyond our own modern notions of history and civilization. There are three options really. 1.That the data is wrong and/or somehow misinterpreted regarding the collection of the artifacts. (This might even include such things as bizarre to us as time travel, demnsion shift, etc.) 2. That the history of humanity is cyclical, and has involved perhaps many civilizations that we know very little or nothing of. 3. Or that there is an extraterrestrial interference. Of course, one might add a fourth option that there are possible combinations of the aforementioned.

VillageIdiot 11-30-2008 01:23 AM

Re: OOPARTS & ANCIENT HIGH TECHNOLOGY --Evidence of Noah's Flood?
 
Several of those OOPARTS are fake, or mislabeled. Haven't had enough time to work on all of it, but the main one is the hammer.
Keep in mind, the wood is remarkable well preserved, the hammer is barely rusted. That's not evidence of marked preservation, it's a normal hammer in encrustation. I used to work in a metal shop a couple of few years ago.
Used to dig up nails occasionally that had built of encrustation to the point of being about a inch thick. Probably sat in the ground about two or three years.
Ever seen a cannon brought up from the sea floor? Sat there for about a hundred years, crack off the encrustation and it's remarkably well preserved.

VillageIdiot 12-11-2008 01:48 AM

Re: OOPARTS & ANCIENT HIGH TECHNOLOGY --Evidence of Noah's Flood?
 
Wow, this thread is getting hit hard by spam.

Pharaoh's Helicopter?
Here's a page about the Abydos glyphs, when it comes to the contents of the glyphs, I don't know what they say, I'm not a Egyptologist feller.

I agree with this part though:
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If the ancient Egyptians had vehicles such as helicopters, submarines, and jet airplanes, one would expect to find some evidence of this other than in a single inscription on the lintel of a single temple. This type of large machinery requires a vast amount of support (including fuel, parts, factories, etc.) but there is no trace of any such support in all of Egypt.
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from link
Are you aware that "ALL CULTURES BEGAN SUDDENLY" and were fully developed? A long preliminary period is not supported by archaeology. Before cities on earth, there was nothing. There was no transition whatsoever between the ancient civilizations and any primitive forebearers. They were at their peak from the beginning. :
That part is is a straight out lie. most historical sites build up over time, with a good deal of history as the culture grew.
Look at Rome and Greece, or Egypt. All left obvious traces fo their rise as their cultures grew.
A example would be Egypt's pyramids, they started out as piles of mud bricks, generally more step that steady slope. Over time they became the monuments we know of today.

As for the Pi Res Map, here's a link that shows a comparison between Antartica, and what the map supposedly shows:
The Piri Reis Map

Woof, there's a lot of stuff there to go over.
Looking through there again, the Bagda batteries are kinda true.
The problem with them is that they have to be adapted in order to actually work.
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Sceptical archaeologists see the electrical experiments as embodying a key problem with experimental archaeology; such experiments can only show that something was physically possible, they say nothing about whether it actually occurred. Further, there are many difficulties with the interpretation of these artifacts as galvanic cells:
Baghdad Battery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

phansaliata 05-28-2010 02:52 AM

2012 the end of world
 
Mayan End of the World 2012. According to the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21, 2012 Ends Great Cycle, which was called "The Fifth Sun". Cycle had 5126 years length, and began on 13 August 3113 BC. Some claim that in this year Mayan calendar ends, which could mean the end of the world. In fact, after attending the next cycle of the Mayan calendar going to be, "The Sixth Sun" or "Sixth Age of Creation"THE END OF THE WORLD


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