Thursday, April 27, 2017

16th Century Map Challenges Current Knowledge of History

Via Billy


  1. A very good complimentary article to go with 1177BC, the collapse of civilization. As he mentioned, in 4,000BC the Antarctic was ice free. Perhaps an earlier collapse erased most of the knowledge learned up to that collapse. How many times has mankind "relearned" the same things only to lose that knowledge due to civilizational collapse. indyjonesouthere

  2. Einstein wasn't as smart as you have been led to believe.
    He plagiarized other scientist's work as his own. While
    at the university in Germany, he just couldn't cut it.
    He latched onto a woman at the university much smarter than
    he to tutor him. No, of course he couldn't solve that
    problem. Interesting. Vit D, if taken in pretty massive
    amts is used as a rat killer. Other than that, your body
    responds well to it.

    1. EIEIO,

      I very much dislike the Cult of Einstein.

      People behave as if he's the first smart guy. What about, say, Edison? Einstein is a cult.

      And as for his being real or fake, I couldn't care less. There are many smart people. It is supremely strange how Einstein is treated.