This culture is on it's last legs. What will happen to it I cannot say but I cannot see it being pleasant.
The human race is more perverse now than at any time in it's entire history.
DYOR urgently is my recommendation.
Add yourself to the long (and incorrect) list of misanthropes throughout history. "Today's generation will be the end of the world" - by every older generation as long as we have walked upright and grunted.
Edited by Esoteric Toad, 12 February 2013 - 07:37 PM.
If they had the technology to cut and position stone to this precision they would if required have fitted copper. Anyone looking at the design of that pyramid would have to come to the conclusion that they were capable of almost anything. Conclusion: copper not required.
Conductive material is required to transmit electric current. Granite is an insulator. Conclusion: no electric current to conduct.
Several things are well established such as the piezo effect and radioactivity from granite and are a matter of common science. Being adherents of the classic formal education I thought you would know this?
Yes, and we have explained to you how you are misunderstanding common science. And you. Don't. Get. It.
Then add in the resonating power of thousands of tonnes of granite, the electromagnetic radiation from this pyramid would have extended tens of miles.
Hey, zoser, how are you doing with the piece of granite I told you to experiment with? Have you found its "resonant frequency" yet? Have you measured any "electromagnetic radiation" from it? As a master of the physical sciences I figure you've already got a good experiment going and you're very close to proving this concept.
Let me know as soon as you've done this because I have a piece of leftover granite from my kitchen countertop and I can reproduce your results with equipment here at work. We have equipment that can measure tiny voltages to thousands of volts. I hope you get on this so you don't end up looking like a fool who just blathers nonsense and post links to crazy web sites.
It's the only common sense theory that fits the evidence.
All be it not comfortable for some.
Just like that mysterious iron tower I saw in France a few years ago. Its only possible purpose was to collect atmospheric charges. It's the only common sense theory that fits the evidence. I'm sure you agree entirely.
We have a mysterious monument here in America too. It's about 150 feet tall, it's in the shape of a woman, yet its skin is made of copper. I don't have to tell you about the highly conductive properties of copper so it clear the skin intended to serve some electrical purpose, otherwise they would have used a less expensive material. It's clearly being used to collect electrical energy from the atmosphere. It's the only common sense theory that fits the evidence. As a logical man of science, I'm sure you concur with my conclusion with no reservations whatsoever.
Anyway. Nothing yet to disprove the generator theories
And absolutely nothing can ever prove it either. Thats the problem with fantasies
The England team visited an orphanage in Brazil today. “It’s heartbreaking to see their sad little faces with no hope” .....said Jose, age 6.
It's not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me... It's all the rabbit poop you stumble over on your way down...
“It's easier to fool people - than to convince them that they have been fooled.” Mark Twain
Wearer of Hats, on 12 February 2013 - 10:39 PM, said:
Rigid scientific orthodoxy?
Such terrible concepts as "making sure it can be backed up by evidence"?
No I'm not talking on a wider scale of the rigid scientific orthodoxy creating a reductive view of existence. As for the ancient alien stuff the speculative evidence that is there doesn't get treated with the seriousness it deserves much like the theory itself.