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How old is Civilization on Earth
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Yes, that is a good question, Really? When was the first Beings on Earth?
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I have a "thing" for fossils, and have spent many an hour hunting them down. Years ago, when I lived in Ohio, I found one in a fine-grained sandstone that perplexed me. I found it about half-way between Cleveland and Akron, in a bitty little place named "Boston Heights" (precise location of find is: 41°16'21.66" N  81°31'28.79" W ). It appeared to me to be the shank of a machine screw, about a #8 screw, without the screw head to positively identify it, and it was embedded in the sandstone. Oddly, it was black in color, as if it were phosphate-coated, and the "threads", or whatever they were, were exceptionally regular in spacing, which is what gave it the appearance of a machine screw rather than a biologically created item.

I've often wondered about that fossilized screw.


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(03-07-2020, 01:09 AM)Ninurta Wrote: I have a "thing" for fossils, and have spent many an hour hunting them down. Years ago, when I lived in Ohio, I found one in a fine-grained sandstone that perplexed me. I found it about half-way between Cleveland and Akron, in a bitty little place named "Boston Heights" (precise location of find is: 41°16'21.66" N  81°31'28.79" W ). It appeared to me to be the shank of a machine screw, about a #8 screw, without the screw head to positively identify it, and it was embedded in the sandstone. Oddly, it was black in color, as if it were phosphate-coated, and the "threads", or whatever they were, were exceptionally regular in spacing, which is what gave it the appearance of a machine screw rather than a biologically created item.

I've often wondered about that fossilized screw.


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I think there was a thread, or post, about something similar on one of the old boards. It was quite fascinating to realize the ancients used the same type of objects we do when building things.
Wonder what they used to make the screw?  Did they also have the machines to make them? minusculethinking

When it comes down to it, I think the Ancients were a lot smarter than we are today. They used their "smarts" in a different way. Like capturing energy from the electricity in the air around us.
They knew how to use sound to make heavy solid objects lighter so they could lift them without heavy machinery. Think of all those blocks/rocks that weigh a thousand tons!
They had healing chambers inside the pyramids; used the earth energy inside to heal sickness, etc.

Everyone thinks we are smarter than them, but I say, maybe someday we'll catch up to them.
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The question is How Old Is Civilization On Earth, yes, that is a good question and I want to also ask, What Happened to items Obtained and descoveried and turned over to the Smithsonian Institute.
Were they Hidden or Destroyed because they didn't fit into the Narrative of Early Civilization has they wanted us to believe.


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