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OfflineDasKomet
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Who's Advanced
    #1340651 - 02/27/03 01:28 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Okay.. I'll piss in this bucket... wearin' sandals goddammit...

Now those level headed individuals in the audience are goin' to sit there and argue
that we are living in the most advanced human age... that's fine.. it's been drilled
into your heads for decades... you're believing what you're told to or in the "normal" to the extent that your reality has showed you. However, those of us who have witnessed... a fine china serving bowl hop out of it's display holder, roll long the dresser top then fly across to room to smash on the arm of your great grandmother rocking chair.. well we'll laugh at you. Alot shit happens that science says ain't supposed to happen but it does... it's just semantics anyways. Ooooo.. what's mass.. just resistance to our current sensory perspective...

I've often pondered the notion that previous civilizations had and advanced understanding of magnetism, electricity, light, and sound. Try to tell me that for thousands of years that not one human bothered to explore the static discharge from rubbing furs and pelts together? Yeah right.

Now do I believe in giant lasers or spacecraft? Fuck no.. I've had the same brain washing.. err.. education as you. I got more sense than that.

Aahhh... but on to what li'l support I do have for my argument...
First...

Ancient Battery:

This first site is more of a comformation that such an artifact does in deed exist.. however the intellectuals state that the object was more likely used for religious purposes rather than as an electrical source. Which is fine because if they were wrong they'd had to start looking over all their information again keeping in mind that some ancient texts were alluding to electricity rather than mysterious forces.
Oh and supersaturated salt solutions would be a more than sufficient electrolytic source

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/ane/anecofaq.html

This second sites offers pictures and theory
http://home.btconnect.com/CAIS/battery.htm

Second...
Coral Castle:

One scrawny man builds monolith based on bizzare magnetic theories he derived from examining Egyptian and Mayan pyramids. It's in Homestead, FL if you'd care to visit it, but if you'd prefer just to peruse Ed Leedskalnin's papers that he published just visit:

http://www.keelynet.com/leed.htm
Keelynet.com is home of the mad scientists... I'd say get his text from www.coralcastle.com but the site is not loading for me as of 2/27/03.

He explains how he strengthens magnetic forces as well as turning objects into permanent magnets. He boasted that he understood how the pyramids where constructed. Could say awww.. that guy's full of shit... then I say.. you build a castle out of at least 9-25 ton rocks by yourself with little more than hand tools then pick them up and move them 25 miles and I'll concede.

Third...
Sonoluminescence
or
"sound-to-light"
Energy released from liquids when certain vibrations are applied to them. The following article discusses the possiblility of energy releases of nuclear magnitude. This aspect is still under scrutiny while the event itself is not. Make sure you read the .pdf(s) and related links on the right side of the site before blasting this theory.
Well then you may say how are you gonna say that such technology was applied in ancient civilizations...? Hook a caducus wand to an electrical source. Grasping at straws? **shrugs**

http://physicsweb.org/article/world/15/4/8
This next one is to discredit the claim, but mentions the possibility of using molten salts
http://physicsweb.org/article/news/6/7/18

Who know maybe the earth has already experienced a nuclear holocost maybe more than one... if so Carbon 14 dating is prolly worthless.

Well I'm tired of sitting in front of my oh so advanced entertaining calculator... so I'm off to wake my numbed ass up.

Oh PS. Eskimos perceive 200 different shades of white... now tell me all cultures senses are equal... good reason to wipe out the Native Americans, huh?


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Re: Who's Advanced [Re: DasKomet]
    #1340667 - 02/27/03 01:33 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

the scientific community would love to investigate these types of things, but for some reason whenever they're around to try and gather data on strange phenomenon, the strange phenomenon tends to stop....

which either means crazy fucks claiming there's impossible shit happening, or it means the impossible shit thats happening is being done by something good-humored enough to stay away from science for at least a while.

I tend to believe that there are crazy people making crazy claims.


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Re: Who's Advanced [Re: DasKomet]
    #1340736 - 02/27/03 02:11 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

Who know maybe the earth has already experienced a nuclear holocost maybe more than one... if so Carbon 14 dating is prolly worthless


it is... and mother earth has witnessed the rise and fall of more than one civilization... take atlantis and lemuria... but well every scientist is going to deny the existance of those two... but what about egypt? are you going to tell me that we are more advanced in means of astronomy and construction as they were? god no... i just hope that we won't be the next civilization to fall because of our dumbness... what we call technologically advanced may as well be our doom


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Re: Who's Advanced [Re: DasKomet]
    #1340792 - 02/27/03 02:38 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Please explain to me the philosophical theory or religious belief you are advancing here.


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