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Yes.. yes they do.. the say our ancestors were a lot more clever then you give them credit for..

Not that clever.

Every other example of architectural technique can be replicated today. Except this.

Totally unique and unknown :

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This remains the elephant in the room.

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sites like: Egypt - SAKA kARA (those who came to stay), kARA-CHI (completed People), Indus Valley-hARAppan, Mesopotonia- URUK UR(land of the water people, land of the wet people or land of the rivers), were Civilizations that settled in the shore of rivers, around 3500 to 2500 BC. WHERE DID THIS NOTION CAME ABOUT? "Ok, were walking in the world for thousand of years, now is time for us to settle close to the rivers".

As many a lost survivor will tell you, finding and staying close to a source of water and potential food is necessary for survival, there is no mystery there. The same strategy applies today

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I think Forester is right to be seeking answer.

However, inter-unrelated hybridisation is, as we currently understand it, impossible. You can't have a part penguin polar bear, so you can't have a part alien human (sorry Spock).

look at the back of the skull, right behind whew the ears would be, you can se where the natural growth of the bone has become deformed.

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well said!

The burden of proof remains with you.

Just showing some Roman pillars and crumbling aquaducts and Parthenon will not do. How did you imagine that it would compare?

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look at the back of the skull, right behind whew the ears would be, you can se where the natural growth of the bone has become deformed.

I see no evidence of deformation. The skull volumes do not support that idea in any way. Neither do enlarged eye sockets, jaw differences and anomalies in the cranial plates. They were very different people.

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Not that clever.

Every other example of architectural technique can be replicated today. Except this.

Hold on, just yesterday you said this:

Posted Yesterday, 09:48 AM, (#5327) zoser said:

There is no feasible explanations to account for the precision building. It's just not replicatable using known methods.

make your mind up

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I see no evidence of deformation. The skull volumes do not support that idea in any way. Neither do enlarged eye sockets, jaw differences and anomalies in the cranial plates. They were very different people.

as I understood it, orbits, jaw size and the way the cranial plate knit differ from phenotype to phenotype (ie Causaian versus Asain).

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The burden of proof remains with you.

Just showing some Roman pillars and crumbling aquaducts and Parthenon will not do. How did you imagine that it would compare?

No it doesn't - as Im not claiming high tech or alien help did any of it. I'm entirely satisfied I know why polygonal styles were used, IVE LOOKED INTO IT, as has Abe, who has put together an impressive blog that you perhaps havent even browsed. When I see Abes blog and the time he has taken versus you who just posts videos that baffle you, I know who Id rather listen and talk with

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as I understood it, orbits, jaw size and the way the cranial plate knit differ from phenotype to phenotype (ie Causaian versus Asain).

Not to that extent I think you will find.

This is way over and above minor racial difference.

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No it doesn't - as Im not claiming high tech or alien help did any of it. I'm entirely satisfied I know why polygonal styles were used, IVE LOOKED INTO IT, as has Abe, who has put together an impressive blog that you perhaps havent even browsed. When I see Abes blog and the time he has taken versus you who just posts videos that baffle you, I know who Id rather listen and talk with

It's not why polygonal was used; it's how was it done.

In any case. arguing about who answered what; this is far more enigmatic than discussing Roman work:

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This is the kind of thing that the thread should be addressing. Not aquaducts made out of dry stone rubble.

This is the real mystery that needs answering. If you don't see a mystery there, then this whole thread is just pointless.

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the facial structure of someone with Downs' Syndrome is radically different to other peoples - no aliens involved i n maling that difference.

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the facial structure of someone with Downs' Syndrome is radically different to other peoples - no aliens involved i n maling that difference.

And you think that that explains the Paracus skulls?

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it offers AN explanation, it's a disorder/disease of the chromosome that causes deformity.

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And you think that that explains the Paracus skulls?

well if not, this may help, dna testing and stuff like that

"Check out this research paper on the chemical analysis of hair segments from one of the elongated skulls found at the ancient site of Chongos, Peru"

http://shell.cas.usf...hongos hair.pdf

we even know what they ate!!!

Why wait for Briens dna testing that he said will be ready in August 2011?

Oh wait I remember now, delaying tactics - to keep the show going from Brien, he's gotta sell more books, make more vids etc..

He's not the only person involved in dna testing you know

quote from source:

" Are there people alive today who have these kind of cranial morphology? Apparently, yes there are! We’ll see. More to come soon on this topic. I am working with Genesis Quest, a group of archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this and I am very excited about it. This is cool archaeology"

http://archaeoangel....eru-could-these

who shall we listen to now? ."the archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this" or a head scratching rock hound tour promoter?..... :tu:

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well if not, this may help, dna testing and stuff like that

"Check out this research paper on the chemical analysis of hair segments from one of the elongated skulls found at the ancient site of Chongos, Peru"

http://shell.cas.usf...hongos hair.pdf

we even know what they ate!!!

Why wait for Briens dna testing that he said will be ready in August 2011?

Oh wait I remember now, delaying tactics - to keep the show going from Brien, he's gotta sell more books, make more vids etc..

He's not the only person involved in dna testing you know

quote from source:

" Are there people alive today who have these kind of cranial morphology? Apparently, yes there are! We’ll see. More to come soon on this topic. I am working with Genesis Quest, a group of archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this and I am very excited about it. This is cool archaeology"

http://archaeoangel....eru-could-these

who shall we listen to now? ."the archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this" or a head scratching rock hound tour promoter?..... :tu:

If your only interested in whether they ate fish and chips or raw vegetables then I can quite imagine that you would be excited by that report.

That after all is the full extent of an archaeologist's interest.

I'm interested however in matters a little more profound.

That explains your fascination with a Roman aqueduct built from dry stone rubble.

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more profound then the engineering marvel of the aquaducts?

They're amazing - they should be a wonder of the world.

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If your only interested in whether they ate fish and chips or raw vegetables then I can quite imagine that you would be excited by that report.

That after all is the full extent of an archaeologist's interest.

I'm interested however in matters a little more profound.

That explains your fascination with a Roman aqueduct built from dry stone rubble.

Dry stone rubble?? It's a bit more impressive than your Puma Flipping Punku. if that's the best your Aliens can do, then frankly i don't see why you're so obsessed about them, except perhaps if you're really into Vitification.

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Dry stone rubble?? It's a bit more impressive than your Puma Flipping Punku. if that's the best your Aliens can do, then frankly i don't see why you're so obsessed about them, except perhaps if you're really into Vitification.

There are walls all over the UK built of the same stuff. A testament to intense labour, not high precision technology.

The latter is the basis for the visitor hypothesis.

PS I like your avatar name!

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more profound then the engineering marvel of the aquaducts?

They're amazing - they should be a wonder of the world.

Maybe from the point of view of mass labour. Not engineering precision. I'm having trouble keeping you guys focussed on the core issue.

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they're still standing.

they're still in use.

a

t the nend of the day, a thousand plus years of use trumps precision cuts, if the precisisely cut stones just sit there being myterious.

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they're still standing.

they're still in use.

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t the nend of the day, a thousand plus years of use trumps precision cuts, if the precisisely cut stones just sit there being myterious.

Yes. That's precisely why they are of intense interest to AA proponents.

No readily understandable method of build, and no discernible function. Alien in the truest sense.

You hit the nail on the head with that one WoH. :tu:

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the world is full of bits of stone walls sitting there without use or a urrent undrsanding of what they were used for.

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Actually they're not really all that mysterious. I mean, we know what we are. They're Walls. if they were something like the Nascar Lines, then maybe they might be fairly mysterious, but they're not really, they're Walls.

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well how mysterious can a wall be? they just sit there, holding something up.

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If your only interested in whether they ate fish and chips or raw vegetables then I can quite imagine that you would be excited by that report.

That after all is the full extent of an archaeologist's interest.

I'm interested however in matters a little more profound.

That explains your fascination with a Roman aqueduct built from dry stone rubble.

well if not, this may help, dna testing and stuff like that

"Check out this research paper on the chemical analysis of hair segments from one of the elongated skulls found at the ancient site of Chongos, Peru"

http://shell.cas.usf...hongos hair.pdf

we even know what they ate!!!

Why wait for Briens dna testing that he said will be ready in August 2011?

Oh wait I remember now, delaying tactics - to keep the show going from Brien, he's gotta sell more books, make more vids etc..

He's not the only person involved in dna testing you know

quote from source:

" Are there people alive today who have these kind of cranial morphology? Apparently, yes there are! We’ll see. More to come soon on this topic. I am working with Genesis Quest, a group of archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this and I am very excited about it. This is cool archaeology"

http://archaeoangel....eru-could-these

who shall we listen to now? ."the archaeologists and specialists that are investigating this" or a head scratching rock hound tour promoter?..... :tu:

very crude attempt at diversion....you posted the skull, you insinuated the mystery, I as always provide evidence and facts

So great researcher, you post your silly fascination with skulls, you call yourself a researcher, yet why didn't you find the dna tests as per my efforts? Rather keep your posts going huh?

you do no research, any evidence that trounces your ill gotten theories is ignored time after time

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