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Uploader comment: Searching in space, looking on Mars, why not look at our land????

   

 
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Comment icon #4 Posted by grnpaed on 22 April, 2011, 10:46
The problem is that we don't really know what it is we're looking for. The Universe is, we theorize, hundreds of billions of years old and the Earth and the Solar System it lives in is about six to ten billion years old. Mankind is said to be about ten millions years old while modern man is only twelve to fifteen thousand years old. It is assumed that only in the last two thousand years has man advanced intellectually enough to be able to fully understand the Universe, It's formation and origins. To be as blunt as possible and not be censured from this thread, what we, as human bei...
Comment icon #3 Posted by grnpaed on 22 April, 2011, 10:54
Looks like I did get censured. At any rate, man's knowledge of the Universe comes from a severely limited span of time and is based solely upon direct observation and speculative opinions about those observations. Go to "Thunderbolts.com and "Symbols of an Ancient Sky" for a stunningly new interpretation of why Mars and the Earth look as they do.
Comment icon #2 Posted by sasquatchbait on 3 May, 2011, 3:52
you know, i keep seeing this "go to thunderbolts.com" and i went there, and there's nothing there.....
Comment icon #1 Posted by mr rainbow on 26 June, 2011, 20:28
wtf is thunderbolts


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