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should not exist
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By maxxmaxx 246 Pts
What do you think of ancient archeological anomalies?




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  • AlofRIAlofRI 733 Pts
    The most interesting to me I think are those in S. America where stones are cut, drilled, and mortised with a precision we would have trouble matching today ... with precision machinery. It's hard to argue against "visitors".
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  • LukeQLDLukeQLD 14 Pts
    edited June 29
    AlofRI said:
    The most interesting to me I think are those in S. America where stones are cut, drilled, and mortised with a precision we would have trouble matching today ... with precision machinery. It's hard to argue against "visitors".
    Just because something is impressive within the context of the time it was done, and because we don't know the exact details of how it was done. Does not make that thing indicative of "visitors".

    Stone work of similar accuracy is easily achievable with primitive technology, the amazing thing is when we find evidence of a level of technology in places and periods we previously did not know it to exist.
    You have effectively demonstrated the argument from ignorance fallacy. Just because we don't know exactly what technique was used to do that stone work, does not automatically mean it is evidence of "visitors".
    There are many possible, simple explanations, but scientists won't claim to know the exact answer until they have sufficient evidence to be sure. 

    And we don't struggle to reproduce similar work with modern tools. We can produce the same work with ease and have been able to for centuries. The only significant difference between how this work is done now and how it was done in the past. It took much, much longer to do the same job with primitive tools. It it typically relied on a massive force of human labour, often slave labour.
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