Thank you! This I will definitely read when I get the time. I've actually started watching a Netflix series with Graham Hancock https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/documenta ... m-hancock/ and it's quite good actually. Yes I know you are cringing about Netflix Simon and most of the stuff there is utter garbage and propaganda, but we have it...simonshack wrote: ↑Tue Nov 15, 2022 10:42 amDear Sharpstuff,sharpstuff wrote: ↑Tue Nov 15, 2022 6:45 am REQUEST
I have been doing a lot of research recently on the aspects of high precision machining in relation to ancient artifacts (pyramids and so forth). I seem to remember reading posts some years ago on Clues but am unable to locate them. Could anyone locate them for me? I would be most grateful.
This great thread by our member Flabbergasted is probably what you're looking for:
"Advanced Building Technology in Remote Antiquity?" https://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?t=2122
One thing I think is happening now is that they are doing a "limited hangout" about supressed history etc hoping to draw attention from the "religion shattering stuff" like the facts that viruses do not exist or that its geometrically impossible that Earth orbits the Sun.
Anyway Hancock and many others think there was a cataclysm somewhere around the last ice age that could have whiped out an advanced human civilisation and I see a correlation here with Simons Halleys research that I actually initiated because of my vanity. But that's another story.
If Halleys is an ejecta from the Sun it is probable that in the early days of its existence, a close passage of Halleys with Earth could be a big problem for life on this planet. Today this is not the case though. The closest passage in modern time that occurred in 1986 was completely uneventful if we don't think the (fake) murder of Olof Palme, the (fake) Tjernobyl and (fake) Challenger accidents had anything to do with that passage