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Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...

 
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12/10/2012 01:58 PM
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Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
This link lists something REALLY strange...we think past tense...could these be from the future? One place is in the US...
[link to www.forbiddenhistory.info (secure)]
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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
The link lists places where fused glass, hard glass, melted basalt, etc. are found in...

Iraq, Africa, parts of China, the Mojave desert (USA), Turkey, Babylon, Turkey and Syria
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12/10/2012 02:26 PM
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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
Human progress, tens of thousands of years ago, could have been strikingly similar in technological advancement to where we are today.

Something happened, something global, which wiped out all the knowledge of our previous eras.


To think we are are the cutting edge of human development is naive.

We've had setbacks over the last 100,000 years.

MAJOR setbacks.


There are probably tens of thousands of years of lost history where humans were advanced enough for global telecommunications and global transportation.
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12/10/2012 02:28 PM
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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
Today, if all humans died, every major city on Earth would be gone in 2000 years.

Nothing would remain except stone structures.

The Great Pyramids, The Great Wall of China, Mt. Rushmore, etc. etc.

Lost human history is more complicated than we can imagine.

We've obviously discovered electricity, engines, and nuclear power thousands of years ago.
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12/10/2012 02:43 PM

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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
Today, if all humans died, every major city on Earth would be gone in 2000 years.

Nothing would remain except stone structures.

The Great Pyramids, The Great Wall of China, Mt. Rushmore, etc. etc.

Lost human history is more complicated than we can imagine.

We've obviously discovered electricity, engines, and nuclear power thousands of years ago.
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Fits..Where would the survivors go to..CAVES. The only natural shelter..
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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
Today, if all humans died, every major city on Earth would be gone in 2000 years.

Nothing would remain except stone structures.

The Great Pyramids, The Great Wall of China, Mt. Rushmore, etc. etc.

Lost human history is more complicated than we can imagine.

We've obviously discovered electricity, engines, and nuclear power thousands of years ago.
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Re: Could these be the sites of FUTURE nuclear attacks...
Human progress, tens of thousands of years ago, could have been strikingly similar in technological advancement to where we are today.

Something happened, something global, which wiped out all the knowledge of our previous eras.


To think we are are the cutting edge of human development is naive.

We've had setbacks over the last 100,000 years.

MAJOR setbacks.


There are probably tens of thousands of years of lost history where humans were advanced enough for global telecommunications and global transportation.
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I hate that thought! Not that I am denying veracity...just hating the thought that somebody a long time ago...could have written out a warning NOT to do something and we either can't see the warning or understand the warning.,,and off we are...to repeat the problem. This is true: There is nothing new under the sun!

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