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Anybody want to take a break from politics and share your thoughts on this? Topic: America accurate data research
July 16, 2019 / By Brady
Question: In 1929, a group of historians found an amazing map drawn on a gazelle skin. Research showed that it was a genuine document drawn in 1513 by Piri Reis, a famous admiral of the Turkish fleet in the sixteenth century. His passion was cartography. His high rank within the Turkish navy allowed him to have a privileged access to the Imperial Library of Constantinople. The Turkish admiral admits in a series of notes on the map that he compiled and copied the data from a large number of source maps, some of which dated back to the fourth century BC or earlier. The Piri Reis map shows the western coast of Africa, the eastern coast of South America, and the northern coast of Antarctica. The northern coastline of Antarctica is perfectly detailed. The most puzzling however is not so much how Piri Reis managed to draw such an accurate map of the Antarctic region 300 years before it was discovered, but that the map shows the coastline under the ice. Geological evidence confirms that the latest date Queen Maud Land could have been charted in an ice-free state is 4000 BC. The official science has been saying all along that the ice-cap which covers the Antarctic is million years old. The Piri Reis map shows that the northern part of that continent has been mapped before the ice did cover it. That should make think it has been mapped million years ago, but that's impossible since mankind did not exist at that time. Further and more accurate studies have proven that the last period of ice-free condition in the Antarctic ended about 6000 years ago. There are still doubts about the beginning of this ice-free period, which has been put by different researchers everything between year 13000 and 9000 BC. The question is: Who mapped the Queen Maud Land of Antarctic 6000 years ago? Which unknown civilization had the technology or the need to do that? It's the other stuff that fascinates people. Among other claims: The map shows the earth as seen from space The map shows the subglacial topography of Greenland The map shows the subglacial topography of Antarctica The map is aligned with the earth's energy grid (whatever that means) Here is a summary of some of the most unusual findings about the map: Scrutiny of the map shows that the makers knew the accurate circumference of the Earth to within 50 miles. The coastline and island that are shown in Antarctica must have been navigated at some period prior to 4,000 B.C. when these areas were free of ice from the last Ice Age. The map is thought to be one of the earliest "world maps" to show the Americas. Early scholars suggested that it showed accurate latitudes of the South American and African coastlines - only 21 years after the voyages of Columbus! (And remember, Columbus did NOT discover North America - only the Caribbean!) Writing in Piri Re'is own hand described how he had made the map from a collection of ancient maps, supplemented by charts that were drawn by Columbus himself. This suggests that these ancient maps were available to Columbus and could have been the basis of his expedition. As can be seen below, an azimuthal projection ( looking at the globe from a point above the globe), from the point above Cairo, Africa (Egypt) shows that the Piri Reis map corresponds more or less with the lower right quarter of this map if one rotates it some 20 degrees counter clockwise. Piri Re'is own commentary indicates that some of his source maps were from the time of Alexander the Great (332 B.C.). http://www.world-mysteries.com/sar_1.htm
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Albertine Albertine | 6 days ago
That's pretty trippy. I wouldn't doubt that it was the ancient astornauts who helped shape Atlantis and the other civilizations
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Albertine Originally Answered: Athiests please answer, theists, share your thoughts?
First off let me state that I am a Christian and I may be wrong about what I'm about to say and if so I'm sorry, please forgive me. Only the delusional atheist fanatics think that the world would be so much better without religion, most accept that the world would not be any better off. Many of the fanatics are also fearful that if we get someone religious into office there will be religious wars. This has never ever happened in all 234 years of the US's existence and we have had multiple presidents who have been religious. These are the people who spread hate and lies about the religious and are in favor of getting rid of our right to freedom of religion. However for normal atheists, most of their hate towards us and trying to disprove religion stems from politics and social stigmas because we don't allow things like pre-marital sex, gay marriage, and abortion. They also hate that we try to convert them, they find it annoying. Many also feel proud and think that they're enlightening us. Many also think that we inhibit science from condemning embryonic stem cell research (notice how I said embryonic stem cell research and not all methods of stem cell research/obtaining stem cells. getting stem cells from embryos is 1 out of 4 ways to get them and is one of the least reliable), disbelieving certain parts of the evolution theory, and condemning cloning. To put it bluntly Christians do not affect science at all and we make our contributions as well as well as people of other religions.
Albertine Originally Answered: Athiests please answer, theists, share your thoughts?
Well you're generalizing atheists, because not all follow the same values. We propose our ideals just as much Christians and others advertise and impose theirs on others, but when radical ideals from "non believers" arise, it's controversial. its a ffuccking double standard. Atheists may feel compelled to argue because they are often scolded severely by Christians and only Christians about their lifes. If We dont argue, we would be seen as passive beings who are devils. If we argue, we can at least show Christians we are individuals who believe something different and who deserve equal respect. I personally am Atheist because I feel that im confident and secure enough within myself to engage in life without the values or dependency on conceptual beings like Jesus and God. I can draw my own road and when I am in need of help I don't waste my time ranting to empty space which people believe is god who they are talking to. i rather take destiny into my own hands and make destiny my bitchh so i can control it.
Albertine Originally Answered: Athiests please answer, theists, share your thoughts?
I feel that religion can impede scientific progress. By throwing unscientific theories such as intelligent design into the mix we are muddying the waters of comprehension. Also, how many brilliant people devote their lives to studying the bible or any other religious text when they could be finding ways to cure cancer or AIDS or help us learn more about the world around us? Therefore, I feel that, although not all religious people attempt to indoctrinate others or myself with their beliefs, if they can convince one single person to buy what they are selling they have perhaps caused that person irreversible brain damage in the form of a fixed delusion with no scientific merit. I believe that there are miracle workers out there right now working in labs around the world. The miracles they perform can be seen everywhere. Finally, I would like to take a shot at religion in general and state my belief that religion is simply a coping mechanism people use to circumvent the fact that when you die, that's it. So I guess, to directly answer your question, I post on YA in an attempt to balance the attempts of my religious counterpart and try to convince at least one person there is no god and to make the best of their time on earth as it is all we have.

Trevor Trevor
More evidence that ancient humans had a lot more information than we give them credit for. It doesn't require aliens though; could have been astral projection to get a view from that high up.
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