In case it hasn’t been said before I’ll say it – evolution’s worst enemy, probably the cause of most problems – in one word – uncertainty! Living beings love certainty even if it doesn’t get in their favour…
We rather know we are going into the pit than not knowing when the pit will snatch us, living in fear and shadows noone favours!
No wonder we crave weather forecasts, “expert” statements on complex problems and gods that pretty much solves all the uncertainties in life like harvest, plagues, sickness, love, earthquakes, storms, lust, vengeance… and after a while we put it all into one god – after all having 20 gods is a thing of the past – just like uncertainty is the one evil there is one god – simple as that.
But know one thing – this day is yours – make the best of it!
- Kim -
Biblical prophecy on how it all went down.
Why is this not jiberish? The cities are believed to have existed in history and people think they know where geographically they existed. There seems to be proof that there have been cityies that have been demolished by some sort of event and Discovery programs have even claimed glassified sand in the area. Glassified sand is known to happend after a nuclear blast, something which is not possible due to the fact that 4000 years ago we did not have nuclear weapons. On the other hand, religions claim that the wrath of god smacked the cities and demolished them due to moral disobedience – we had lost faith in God and pleasures of the flesh was what we craved…
On the other hand, instead of giving into the alien version where people from Atlantis might have some relics or superweapons lying around that are able to blast away cities or believing in a God that strikes lightening and destroys the city… Could it be a meteorite that just exploded before impact say 100-200 meters above the ground? Reference for this is the Tungusta event that happened some 100 years ago.
There are a few axamples of this happening in tha last 100 years and we know the damage this can cause. What is great with this alternative is three points:
1) You do not need to belive in a God
2) You do not need aliens, so nuclear weapons are off the table
3) Its a natural occuring event
Occam’s razor: among competing hypotheses, the one that makes the fewest assumptions should be selected.
Bibelsk profeti om hvordan det smallt.
Hvorfor er det ikke sprøyt? Fordi byene menes å ha eksistert og man vet georgrafisk hvor dem lå, det er snakk om ruiner til en viss grad og det er snakk om glassifisert sand i området og radioktivitet i følge russere. Dette er dokumentert på Discovery flere ganger i diverse dokumentarer, i tillegg prater flere religioner om dette og det er laget diverse skrønehistorier om saltstøtter og forfall av etikk og moral og sure guder som bruker supervåpen og mosjer bort hele driden!
Si meg, kan det være så enkelt at det er en meteoritt som fallt ned å detonerte over bakken? En meteor bestående av noen spesielle grunnstoffer som genererte en helsikkens fireball av skal vi si – gudommelige – proposjoner. Det fine med denne idèen min er jo at :
a) Man slipper gud (som ikke finnes)
b) man slipper atombomber, som forrutsetter aliens (som aldri har vært her)
c) Naturig fenomen…
Fra tidligere vet vi at meteorer kan jevne det meste med jorda, et eksempel er jo Tungusta episoden som folk har babla om aliens og UFO våpen i lange tider, er jo en meteor som smallt over bakken. Det skjønte vi nettopp da det smallt over russland nylig igjen.
Occam’s razor: Den enkleste løsning er ofte det som er sant.
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