Website andina.com.pe writes:
“Another highlight was the civil engineering, which continues to amaze since scientists applied the seismic resistance technology to the over-5000-year-old constructions.”
One of the most important things we have to mention about Caral is that no weapons, no mutilated bodies or any signs of warfare are present on the site, which points to the fact that Caral was a diplomatic and highly developed culture and the oldest city in the western hemisphere.
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I’m seriously wondering if Caral was indeed a sophisticated civilization. To attain buildings, engineering and all, there has to be some form of written verbage, unless there was one guy telling two messengers to tell two messengers to tell two messengers to tell their foremen… to tell his workers where to put that quarried rock and in what position, then I have doubts to the veracity that there was no written language.
Unless you are suggesting telepathic communication??
The global scientific community is still surprised by the advanced knowledge ancient Peruvian civilization of Caral had gained of agronomy, climatology, engineering, medicine and other sciences 5,000 years ago, researcher Ruth Shady pointed out.As U.S. physicians assessed the knowledge, they wondered how this civilization had come to know it 5,000 years ago, since such discovery was first made in 1740.“As for pharmacology, we found that Caral inhabitants used willow —containing the active chemical ingredient of aspirin— to relieve pain such as headaches.
There are hundreds of ancient civilizations that go back farther than 5000 years.
According to Manichev and Parkhomenko, it is the sea level during the Calabrian phase which is the closest to the present mark with the highest GES hollow at its level. High level of sea water also caused the Nile overflowing and created long-living water-bodies. As to time it corresponds to 800000 years.
However, where Schoch clearly saw the action of streams of water caused by continuous rains, Ukrainian geologists see the effect of erosion caused by the direct contact of the waters of the lakes formed in the Pleistocene on the body Sphinx. This means that the Great Sphinx of Egypt is one of the oldest monuments on the surface of the Earth, pushing back drastically the origin of mankind and civilization.
All that remains of many of the oldest are the bases. This was revealed to me by the bearers of knowledge although it should be apparent with a little research and pondering of the nature of existence.
One of the best examples of these ‘100,000 year old civilizations’ can be found in Africa. The incredible discovery was actually made in South Africa, around 150 km west of port Maputo. There, we can find the remains of a huge metropolis that measures, according to tests, around 1500 square kilometers.
It is clear that the object already existed at the time of the formation of the rock.
After the stone was found, geological analysis found it to be about 100,000 years old, a technical impossibility according to conventional understanding of mankind’s technological development.
The instrument caught in the Petradox has been compared by some investigators to an electronic XLR connector or similar component.
It presents a weak magnetic attraction, and ohm meter readings reveal that it has a strength approaching that of an open circuit.
The three-pronged plug is held by a matrix of a thus-far indeterminable origin.
The 0.3-inch diameter piece does not appear to be manufactured out of wood, plastic, rubber, metal, or some other recognizable material.
Civilization after civilization.
Well, I can’t guarantee their evidence is sufficiently extraordinary, but at a press conference yesterday the researchers involved did lay out some compelling reasons to believe the basics of the find – that modern humans lived in Arabia 100,000 years ago – even if they were reluctant to discuss the wider implications.
Archaeologists found 47 teeth in a cave in southern China that could put a fresh perspective on ancient humans.
These teeth belong to Homo sapiens, that is, anatomically modern humans – ones who, according to current archaeological theories, didn’t exist in Asia at that time.
Dated between 80,000 and 120,000 years old, these teeth place Homo sapiens in Asia tens of thousands of years earlier than previous research, dramatically rewriting the story of how modern humans spread out of Africa, say researchers.
The real question you could ask is, “Why is this not taught in schools?”
Would it cost too much to rewrite the books? The books are rewritten every year with little changes that require students spend the money to buy the new ones.
Would this contest widely accepted belief systems?
According to an article recently published by Current Anthropology, the Persian Gulf may have housed one of the earliest human populations. Archeologist and researcher, Jeffrey Rose, with the University of Birmingham in the U.K. believes that humans flourished on the “Persian Gulf Oasis” for possibly 100,000 years before being inundated by the Indian Ocean 8,000 years ago. If true, this suggests that permanent settlements existed thousands of years earlier than predicted by current migration models. Presently, over 60 new archeologist sites have appeared on the shores of the Gulf. These sites have uncovered ancient human settlements that were well-built and reveal the remains of a people who lived in permanent stone houses, had long-distance trade networks, used elaborate pottery, and owned domesticated animals as well as boats. Historical sea level data indicates that the Gulf basin would have been above water about 75,000 years ago, and would have been an ideal location amidst the harsh desert around it.
Humans have been around a lot longer than the history the public is presented.
According to tests, the object is made of 12 metals, 90% aluminium, and it was dated by Romanian officials as being 250,000 years old. The initial results were later confirmed by a lab in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Other experts who conducted later tests said the dates were far alter, ranging between 400 and 80,000 years old, but even at 400 years old it would still be 200 years earlier than when aluminium was first produced.