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February 21, 2020, 10:04 pm UTC    
February 06, 2019 10:12AM
Rebby Wrote:
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> Heh. You're spot on. There's a link in my blog
> post to a site that lets you calculate the effect
> of a meteor strike, inputting the size,
> composition, and angle of the bolide, and the
> distance from impact. I put in the hypothetical
> parameters of the hypothetical Hiawatha bolide,
> and found that Anatolia would feel...NOTHING. But
> Sweatman and Co are following Hancock's assertion
> that the YDI bolide killed millions of people,
> devastated the plamet, and conveniently wiped out
> any trace of the advanced pre-Holocene
> civilization. It's Hancock's new go-to explanation
> for the lack of any evidence of the Lost
> Civilization, now's he had to give up the idea of
> Antarctica and the Polar Shift. It would be
> hilarious, if it weren't so irritating.

I see it all as a form of low comedy. I have watched over the years as the fringe wrestled with the elephant in the room - the total lack of evidence for what I call the 'invisible' civilization.

They have to place it somewhere where it is logical for it to not be found - like the bottom of the sea, under Antarctica/Greenland, just off the coastlines - but all these tend to fail as science doesn't allow them to put them there. Another way is to somehow destroy them like Pompeii - a good idea but tough when you insist they was a world wide civilization.

I feel deeply for their plight the easy way of course is just to say they came from another dimension but that is always to sci-fi.



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