The ancient 'computer' that simply shouldn't exist

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Nobert, Dec 2, 2021.

  1. Nobert

    Nobert

     
  2. Reading a book "Before the Flood", By Tom Webb

    "Over the past 200,000 years there have been three technologically high periods, six more distinct periods, and eight historical periods within these. There were over three hundred separate cultural and political entities within these periods. Several civilizations have been restricted to a single location. Others, like ours, have been more global in nature.

    Of those many human civilizations, we live in the third most technologically advanced era. There were societies and people before us, who were so wondrous that they were the genesis of legend and myth.

    The first, and most technologically advanced human civilization, was centered in Antarctica long ago. It was a global civilization and it was very advanced. 75,000-50,000 years ago, this civilization was destroyed when a small comet exploded above India causing a firestorm that destabilized the planet. This civilization had sustained high technological status for 100,000 years before it was destroyed.

    The second advanced human civilization was similar to ours in culture and technology, however it was more advanced. Their level of sophistication was what modern civilization could aspire to in two thousand years, if we maintain current trajectory. This civilization destroyed itself in a global war 32,000 years ago using weapons so powerful that they shattered the mid Atlantic ridge and the continental landmass that sat upon it. This civilization has been mythologized as “Atlantis”. This civilization sustained high technological status for 10,000 years before it was destroyed.

    12,500 years ago, an asteroid impacted over North America, melting the ice sheets, and causing tidal waves and torrential rains that impacted farming and life on the planet for 1,000 years.

    10,000 years ago, the survivors started again. Sumer, Egypt, Greece, and dozens of civilizations emerged, leading to the third technologically high civilization that exists today. Us.

    Before the flood tells the story of human civilization from the beginning. It puts context to myth, explaining the genesis of religion and many of the stories that have been passed down from mouth to ear over the ages.

    Before the flood uses historical context to provide insight into metaphysical mysteries including God, the afterlife and phenomena we perceive as supernatural.

    Before the flood provides a perspective into our past that explains the megaliths and incredible structures that are discovered everyday."

     
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  3. Overnight

    Overnight

    I can tell from the description you have typed that it is all BULLSHIT.

    Especially this line of malarkey...

    "This civilization destroyed itself in a global war 32,000 years ago using weapons so powerful that they shattered the mid Atlantic ridge and the continental landmass that sat upon it. This civilization has been mythologized as “Atlantis”. This civilization sustained high technological status for 10,000 years before it was destroyed."

    Uh huh, yeah, sure.


    It's just like the Urantia Book. Go on, look that one up.
     
  4. I have always been fascinated by this artefact. It's such an incredible mystery.
     
  5. Nobert

    Nobert

    Those little wheels, thousands of years ago, made with precision in metal.

    Wonder was it made by a single individual or a group of smart people.

    Any work by a single person, would be NR #1 above Leonardo Da Vinci as the creator, cuz ~1500 years before his time.

    Talk to me about success and pure luck. A man or the group, was at the wrong time & at the wrong place. Would it made into Athens / Rome / Ancient China / Arabic world , history could have been much different.
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2021
  6. A single person may or may not have designed it but I am fairly certain a group of people probably worked on it. It takes a lot of expertise and effort to create something like that, especially with the crafting methods they had back then.