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Ancient Aliens

Anyone ever watched this show.

I am working from home today and have this on. Some of these theories are pretty interesting.

The Great Pyramid is a machine to make hydrogen. Shit like that.
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The History Channel needs to step its game up.

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The History Channel needs to step its game up.
I prefer, you know, history on the history channel. But at least I enjoy listening to some outlandish theories on how they moved all those huge stones, and cut them so precisely.
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I have never watched it but I guess I need to.

The subject intrigues me because if you think about the way the universe is, with the number of stars, the age of the earth and the distances, it is likely that anyone who visited did it long ago when humans couldn't comprehend what they were. How long have we even understood what the stars truly are? 500 years? So anyone who would have come here before that time might have been passed off as a monster, magical being or some other shit like that.

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I have never watched it but I guess I need to.

The subject intrigues me because if you think about the way the universe is, with the number of stars, the age of the earth and the distances, it is likely that anyone who visited did it long ago when humans couldn't comprehend what they were. How long have we even understood what the stars truly are? 500 years? So anyone who would have come here before that time might have been passed off as a monster, magical being or some other shit like that.
That is exactly what its about. I don't know how many episodes there are. One part was about the religion and history in India. They talk alot about flying inhuman things in the air and possible descriptions of battle. Floating "citys" that start to go to war with each other. When you look at the art the inhumans look nothing like us. The only logic they could use at the time is they were gods.
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That is exactly what its about. I don't know how many episodes there are. One part was about the religion and history in India. They talk alot about flying inhuman things in the air and possible descriptions of battle. Floating "citys" that start to go to war with each other. When you look at the art the inhumans look nothing like us. The only logic they could use at the time is they were gods.
Interesting stuff, I'll have to check it out.

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Interesting stuff, I'll have to check it out.
The most interesting was Aliens basically planting us here and using us as kind of an expiremental project.

Noahs flood was to clense the earth of inferior humanoids.
The black plague was planted here to kill us all and start over. The grim reaper like humans in the outskirts of towns in the dark ages were the aliens releasing the plague.

Makes you think at least.
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i always watch it and get hazed by my gf and roommate . fuck em all that show is interesting. sometimes i'll see an opening in a conversation where i can start talking about this kind of stuff and usually get carried away.

my fav is puma punku. these stone weighed so much and where cut so precisely and they were made of diorite/(only thing hard is a diamond)

http://hubpages.com/hub/Ancient-Myst...-in-Tiahuanaco

2001 BLOWN GT, FULL EXHAUST, MASS AIR, THROTTLE BODY, 60#ERS, AND SOME OTHER STUFF= 402RWHP

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i always watch it and get hazed by my gf and roommate . fuck em all that show is interesting. sometimes i'll see an opening in a conversation where i can start talking about this kind of stuff and usually get carried away.

my fav is puma punku. these stone weighed so much and where cut so precisely and they were made of diorite/(only thing hard is a diamond)

http://hubpages.com/hub/Ancient-Myst...-in-Tiahuanaco
saw that too. Those stones were cut so precisely that a stone cutter said it would be difficult to duplicate with modern tools.
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That show is put together very well, I'am impressed. Somethings are out there but still very interesting. I like how every episode is basically 2 hours in length, they can really get indepth about a certian subject. I really like this series.
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If you're in to hypothetics with very little proof to confirm these peoples hypothesises but you also don't accept religion as an answer then you'd probably be interested in it. I've tried to watch it and while it's ok late at night when there's nothing else on, I don't make it a point to watch.

None of the ideas in this show are "theories" by the way.
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