Yonaguni, one of many complex structures carved at least 25,000+ years ago ... supposedly by primitive hunter gatherers using stone tools ... ? Funny, it seems a division of labor would have been required, including specialized classes of stonecutters and they would have needed metal tools, not stones. Just how advanced were these cavemen QUEST FOR FIRE type hairy apelings? Were our ancestors the first to develop these arts or the survivors of a former collapse of an as-yet unknown civilization?
You guessed it. Somebody has to be lying big time somewhere.
Nothing to see here, people. Swiss watch ring in a 400 year old temple, is all. Please keep moving along. Yeah. Sure. That could be true and whatnot and what have you. I watch a lot of television so my analytical reasoning skills are pretty scrambled and I have to rely on what authority figures tell me to think.
Those ancestors of ours sure liked to build underground, safe from radiation
The traditional timeline of history is absolutely incoherent gibberish
Note in particular ... the Europeans, supposedly a recently entrance into Europe, have now produced fossil evidence of modern humans present 500,000 years earlier than had been previously asserted. That's HALF A MILLION YEARS EARLIER THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT.
I'll take a stab at this. I say there have been at least three worldwide nuclear conflicts in the past 200,000 years. Tell me why I'm wrong.
Did a previous civilization try to colonize Mars and fail?
I don't know. I concede that. I just want you to know that you think you know, but in reality you don't even know what you don't know, which is even less than I know because I know what I don't know but you don't know that.