What is your opinion about what was said before??
That is what I want to know....
I do know you hate ideas based on nothing but assumptions, but my assumptions are based on finds, not dreams like Sitchin's or Von Daniken's, ok?
Hmm...ok, maybe the comet thing is a bit off, but I think my ideas about that are quite original. Up to now no one had any idea what those petroglyphs were all about.
It's not the speculating, based on the facts, I have a problem with. It's the multiple levels of speculating I don't agree with. For me, it's an open invitation for reality to smack one in the side of the head. If I was truly interested in going that deep, I'd write a sci-fi novel. That way, I wouldn't have to worry about reality, and it pays better.
As to your multiple circles/circular patterns, it's at least a possibility. Here is another possibility. Maybe the patterns you are talking about have nothing to do with comets whatsoever and was someone's early interpretation of volcanic debris being flung through the air. Have you ever thought of that. There was a sizeable volcano within relatively close distance and period of time to doggerland to have possibly de-stabilized the Storegga Slide area causing it, eventually, to give way and decimate Doggerland. This volcano was in Grímsvötn, Iceland and was of a VEI 6 level. The dating for it is c.8230 +/- 50 BC. Not saying that that's what happened, but it has the potential of having had more of an effect on Doggerland than an unfound and unverified impactor.
Edited by cormac mac airt, 30 April 2010 - 12:25 AM.