4 November, 2013

Precision Stone Cutting

I have all season of the History Channel show Ancient Aliens and there are a lot of episodes that make a lot of sense. The structures at Puma Punku, the ability to have such precision with the stone cuts with primitive tools is pretty much impossible and even with laser cutting nowaday's would still pose a challenge, Where we came from, extraterrestrial DNA fused with ours, ancient civilizations believing that extraterrestrials were gods because they came from the stars and didn't understand the technology so they worshiped them creating the basis for all religions. I think it makes a lot of sense, am I the only one? So if DNA has nothing to do with it, why are scientists saying that there is an anomaly within our genetic structure which would go along with the missing link question. There is one part of our DNA that is completely unlike any other living organism on the planet including other primates. So what is it that scientists are having a hard time figuring out? We read in the Sumerian tablets that humans were cloned as a sub-species between Homo erectus and a more advanced human-like species that arrived on Earth some 400 000 years ago, it suddenly makes a little bit more sense. The tablets describe how our maker removed certain parts of the Tree of life to trim the ability of the new creature and how they struggled to make the perfect primitive worker so that it could understand commands but not be too smart to question their existence. Similar suggestions of genetic cloning are made in The Koran and Hindu Laws of Manu. The Koran – God says almost verbatim what the Sumerian tablets tell us. We first created man from an essence of clay; then placed him a living germ in a secure enclosure. The germ we made a clot of blood, and the clot a lump of flesh. This we fashioned into bones, then clothed the bones with flesh We is being referred to as an other worldly bein *being. Do you know what I found? Yes I do. Too many things just unexplainable,by modern sciences to be only the work of humans. The Bible itself is full of questions. An amazeing series.

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  1. Bright Eyes X1 November 3, 2013 at 3:10 am #
    Sure it makes a lot of sense to you because you don't know any better. Doesn't the fact that shows such as Ancient Aliens do not show a skeptic's point of view raise a red flag to you? It sure does for me. These people cherry pick facts that can vaguely support their argument, while at the same time, ignore all the facts that totally contradict their argument, such as the historical records that beautiful much show exactly how the pyramids and other large ancient structures were built with nothing more than primitive tools, armies of people and brute strength. This information is available if you really want it.
  2. Grace November 3, 2013 at 3:17 am #
    This makes a lot of sense to me. But we will never know. Agnostic
  3. Mandy X1 November 3, 2013 at 3:18 am #
    No, it's nonsense. As for you Additional Details. . . Citation needed.
  4. Marcalo Robot November 3, 2013 at 11:22 am #
    I don't know who the so-called "scientists" are that the Hysteria Channel dredges up for these "ancient astronaut" show, but I can assure you that they are not mainstream archaeologists or biologists, becaue no real scientist or scholar gives any credence to these crackpot theories.
  5. Bright Eyes Richards November 3, 2013 at 1:26 pm #
    No, these episodes and the story make NO sense at all. It clearly isn't impossible to cut stone smoothly -- look at sculptures, temples, and other ancient buildings. The ancestors of the Inkas built huge stone structures with stones fitted so closely you can't slip paper between the stones, which are commonly room sized. Been there (Cuzco, Peru, for example) several times and have a t-shirt. You don't need extra-terrestrials to explain these things. Eric von Daniken et al were (or are) not worth the time you've spent on it.
  6. Rachel Johnson November 3, 2013 at 1:34 pm #
  7. Terry Nguyen November 3, 2013 at 8:48 pm #
    The Ancient Aliens "theories" make no sense. In general, they are asking you to do the opposite of what a good scientist would to. They ask you to forget the easy and logical way that something could happen and, instead, you must believe in something overly complicated. One way they convince you is to begin with lies that you cannot verify (and that you tend to accept as true). For example, "the ability to have such precision with the stone cuts with primitive tools is pretty much impossible"That statement is so sbviously false and yet, when they throw in the word "laser" in there, many people just stand there, with drooping chin, and nod their heads "yeah, that must be true". There is no "alien" DNA fused with our DNA. We share the same DNA structure as all the other animals on Earth and our DNA is very obviously linked to the RNA of all life on Earth. There is nothing alien in there. Of course, most people who watch these shows have not taken astrobiology as part of their masters in science, therefore they might miss these hints.
  8. Florida Smith204 November 3, 2013 at 9:36 pm #
    There is no ancient astronaut theory. A theory implies evidence. But the evidence points to everything on earth being done by earth people. And there is certainly no relic spacecraft lying about. We know exactly how the Egyptian pyramids were built. Using the Egyptian people themselves, whoever worked during the time each yr when the Nile flooded the lowlands on each side of the river.
  9. Valen Nesmith November 3, 2013 at 11:05 pm #
    No you are not the only one, but non the less, the show is a very bias, and simply forgets to account for human ingenuity. Word ancient does not meant that those cultures were dumb. In fact they were probably as smart as we are now or in some case even smarter. The lack of technology and understanding of physics, does not mean that there is no other possible way to make something without alien intervention. And some of the claims are completely made up, to sound more in favor of this ancient astronauts theory.