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Message Subject Extreme weather preceded collapse of Maya civilization
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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i find your theory very hard to believe in terms of structures.
 Quoting: Oyster
...what theory?...cant you critically think? where are the burial sites for the so called ancient civilizations that would have had millions and millions of humans and dont forget the industries it took to feed and cloth those millions and millions of the general populations...where's all that missing evidence? the lack of enough physical evidence shows history is a staged lie...anyone can see that if they take into account the general population,the industries and their artifacts that are missing... that which we have been told of the so called ancient civilizations stinks to high heaven...kenniwick man bones were supposed to be 10,000 years old,if his bones can survive then a 100 million other bones can survive too...the lies are catching up with the liars...they didn't cover their tracks very well...
 Quoting: T Ceti H.C. Radnarg

well...it is a theory, you have to admit that. there are several very good threads that are in line with you ideas and i find them all to be very interesting.

critical thinking:

i totally subscribe to the idea of alternate histories against what we've been taught....burial sites being an indicator. HOWEVER, you have to remember that 90% of people live and lived near the coast and much of ancient culure is now underwater. also, i wouldnt expect to find much ancient clothing.....throw a t-shirt out in you yard, leave it for a couple of years and see what happens to it....it doesnt last. there were no "industries" to feed and clothe people, people made their own materials and fed themselves for the most part. most of what we find is made of stone (structures) and clay because the products last thousands of years.

in the times of kenniwich man there was only 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 people alive so your estimates are way too high. plus it is not like we have dug up the entire earth and found a supreme lack of population. earth is a big place, there is much much more to be discovered.
 Quoting: Oyster
...the secret is in this "bible" verse> there's nothing new under the sun ,it was here in another time,built by men who wont be remembered...<that's subliminal brain entrainment written to cause the reader to forget the men who staged the ruins and the props...there are artifacts such as textiles and those things that are supposed to rot away found..if a few survived,then all of them should have survived..whats good for the goose is good for the gander...
 Quoting: T Ceti H.C. Radnarg

not necessarily. if every textile was under the same conditions then maybe but forces like weather, erosion and exposure to moisture play a role. example...that t shirt i mention earlier....i bet the one in your closet lasts ALOT longer than the one in your yard.....
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