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Valentin - First, welcome to these pages.

That said, you may wish to be prepared for critical evaluation of your presentation. In addition, language matters may complicate your ability to communicate your position.

Having briefly reviewed your reference source, it would appear that you are presenting a muddled jumble of disassociated items with no coherent temporal or cultural association. And your lithic examples can be quite comfortably classed as being of natural origin (geofacts).

You may wish to consider focusing your efforts on one "artifact" at a time. You may also wish to consider providing some level of concise provenience/provenance for each artifact.

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This one is blowing my mind, man.

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This one is blowing my mind, man.

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Do not worry, I agree with your objection!

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Posted Today, 05:04 AM

Valentin - First, welcome to these pages.

That said, you may wish to be prepared for critical evaluation of your presentation. In addition, language matters may complicate your ability to communicate your position.

Having briefly reviewed your reference source, it would appear that you are presenting a muddled jumble of disassociated items with no coherent temporal or cultural association. And your lithic examples can be quite comfortably classed as being of natural origin (geofacts).

You may wish to consider focusing your efforts on one "artifact" at a time. You may also wish to consider providing some level of concise provenience/provenance for each artifact.

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Let's leave until the artifact!

But for the true explorer, this fact encourages him to think about.

Because the result is very much to radically change in science: in particular: the history, archeology, paleontology and anthropology.

Edited by valentindolzhenko

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Do not worry, I agree with your objection!

That stone looks exactly like the one I saw on the internet that David used to take down Goliath. What are the odds? It's on the internet so I know its true. The internet says so. :gun:

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St. George's funeral

In the figure, "St. George's funeral," there are a lot of people, so I do not even have enough space to hold the line.

I outlined the silhouette of a few of the many people who surround the coffin of George, at his bedside.

On the military uniforms of George, there drawings set of portraits of prominent people of that distant time.

Here is a documentary photo:

https://picasaweb.google.com/113292827111606303636/292012VIDEOSCREATEDBYTHEANCESTORSOFRUSSIAINTHEERAOFTHEDINOSAURS#5762544295247848434

https://picasaweb.google.com/113292827111606303636/292012VIDEOSCREATEDBYTHEANCESTORSOFRUSSIAINTHEERAOFTHEDINOSAURS#5762569651780242002

https://picasaweb.google.com/113292827111606303636/292012VIDEOSCREATEDBYTHEANCESTORSOFRUSSIAINTHEERAOFTHEDINOSAURS#5762568093352105762

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Let's leave until the artifact!

But for the true explorer, this fact encourages him to think about.

Because the result is very much to radically change in science: in particular: the history, archeology, paleontology and anthropology.

Personal apologies for my inability to decipher the above.

As to the bolded section, you may find that your "findings" are less than well supported. It would appear that at least one of your primary examples is of granitic composition that has been subjected to extensive weathering and rounding consistent with hydrological and/or glacial actions. This is one of the junctures where the provenience of the source material becomes a matter of notable research value.

Given the multi-crystalline nature of granitic materials (in many cases consisting primarily of quartz, hornblende, mica, and feldspar) one can hypothetically create any number of self-perceived images.

As the source material has been eroded/transported from its original position and subsequently subjected to an apparent array of naturally attributable modification processes, your interpretation could be considered to be quite questionable.

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I saw a cloud that looked like an elephant playing a banjo once.

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I saw a cloud that looked like an elephant playing a banjo once.

You are clearly mistaken, it was a rhinoceros playing a guitar.

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I dunno. If you stare at it long enough... HOLY CRAP!

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That photo was too small wasn't it?

Okay, the cluster of tags on the bottom shows a dragon's face, complete with horns, ear, eyes, nostrils, mouth and flames.

The bottom of three tags on the upper right is St. George's face.

The middle tag shows a little dude on his shoulder.

Top tag shows his hand on the hilt of a sword.

Upper left tag is his extended arm.

P.S. I'm a recovering pareidoliast. :yes:

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Personal apologies for my inability to decipher the above.

As to the bolded section, you may find that your "findings" are less than well supported. It would appear that at least one of your primary examples is of granitic composition that has been subjected to extensive weathering and rounding consistent with hydrological and/or glacial actions. This is one of the junctures where the provenience of the source material becomes a matter of notable research value.

Given the multi-crystalline nature of granitic materials (in many cases consisting primarily of quartz, hornblende, mica, and feldspar) one can hypothetically create any number of self-perceived images.

As the source material has been eroded/transported from its original position and subsequently subjected to an apparent array of naturally attributable modification processes, your interpretation could be considered to be quite questionable.

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I did not understand what you want me to say.

When I write for readers, the few times I check the accuracy of the translation from Russian into English and vice versa, from English into Russian.

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This guy reminds me of this guy: MISSILE STONEWARE:  Thor's thunder~bolt~serpent “ingot”; Freya's “βαυβóν”; Odin's ferry~boat “dart”.  MAGIC.κ.TOOL:  hafted saxon knife (“seax”) & saw; hilted hammer & harpoon.  ♦SACRED♦ADAMANTINE♦LIGHTNING♦SHUTTLE♦

Kind of using pseudoscience as a way of weaving abstract fantastical stories for entertainment purposes.

Either that, or, nuts.

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This guy reminds me of this guy: http://www.flickr.co...157601018689460

Kind of using pseudoscience as a way of weaving abstract fantastical stories for entertainment purposes.

Either that, or, nuts.

I'm not a stubborn man.

Let it be according to your view: Either that, or, nuts.

This topic is not a question of principle granite, of which I have no idea because I'm in all fields of science dilettante.

It is unfortunate that you are not interested in fossils found people who lived in the era of dinosaurs, as well as the probability of the existence of a high level of civilization in that distant time.

Or do you basically deny this probability?

I look forward to receiving your response to the question I asked you.

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Ok so your say.. Man was running around with the dinosaurs right? now which age of dinosaurs are you talking about.. The Triassic.. Jurassic.. or Cretaceous Periods?

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Ok so your say.. Man was running around with the dinosaurs right? now which age of dinosaurs are you talking about.. The Triassic.. Jurassic.. or Cretaceous Periods?

Good luck getting a meaningful reply, when I asked if he thought dinosaurs used latin (a supposed 'dinosaur era' artifact has latin lettering) he replied:

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Perhaps you are a very long time thought to ask your question.

You put the information in the head at school and university from which you cannot get rid of. Serious illness!

And when I asked if he was a young Earther, he replied:

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For me, not entirely understood your question.

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I'm not a stubborn man.

Let it be according to your view: Either that, or, nuts.

This topic is not a question of principle granite, of which I have no idea because I'm in all fields of science dilettante.

It is unfortunate that you are not interested in fossils found people who lived in the era of dinosaurs, as well as the probability of the existence of a high level of civilization in that distant time.

Or do you basically deny this probability?

I look forward to receiving your response to the question I asked you.

Probably has to do with the fact that the earliest evidence for humans (genus Homo) only goes back to circa 2.5 million years ago. Dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years. You've got a HUGE gap in time to cross. Good luck.

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What is this?

It's obvious someone has just overlayed the drawing onto a photo of a rock. The focusing doesn't match.

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I don't see anything.

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Pareidolia is in a full swing this days :w00t:

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This one is just sad.

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Ok so your say.. Man was running around with the dinosaurs right? now which age of dinosaurs are you talking about.. The Triassic.. Jurassic.. or Cretaceous Periods?

I expected this response from your side.

You are right. The process of repeatedly returning to the recurring periods of the Earth took place over many hundreds of millions of years, what would such periods as the Triassic .. Jura .., together with our madness, were re- covered with chalk.

And then we will once again come up with the origin of the universe with its explosion of a single point, and to award the Nobel Prize for this delirium!

And how many of these periods are mixed with each other, in the process of constant melting the Earth's crust?

It would be nice to eat you do not know these periods, just as I do not know them, because they do not give you calm.

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I expected this response from your side.

You are right. The process of repeatedly returning to the recurring periods of the Earth took place over many hundreds of millions of years, what would such periods as the Triassic .. Jura .., together with our madness, were re- covered with chalk.

And then we will once again come up with the origin of the universe with its explosion of a single point, and to award the Nobel Prize for this delirium!

And how many of these periods are mixed with each other, in the process of constant melting the Earth's crust?

It would be nice to eat you do not know these periods, just as I do not know them, because they do not give you calm.

What? Is it me, or does this post make no sense?

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There is something that's is on my mind and most of yours and I'll be the one to ask.

....is there any porn on that rock?

JK :w00t:

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