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Old 08-18-2012, 03:21 AM
Location: State Fire and Ice
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Do you think man has Evolved or Degraded? I am inclined to 2 th variant, that the man was going downhill, there are reasons for this, such as the ancient civilization which had more knowledge and technology than we have today.
There are such issues, today, we know that America opened not Columbus or its predecessors, in the 15th century were maps of the world, which if compared with the topographic modern, simply ideal, on the coast outline of Antarctica, we learned only in the 50-s . Who created a map of Antarctica for 8 thousand years before us? Is there a the fact, which completely contradicts the information science: an accurate map of Antarctica, drawn for almost 300 years before its opening. However, the cartographer, according to his confession, only a sketch of her with the much more ancient sources. Why do we know so little about our?.
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