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  1. All science was once considered fringe before...

    All science was once considered fringe before overwhelming evidence was presented and accepted by the status-quo... please inform me as to how my speculative topic is unscientific.

    Maybe you can...
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    The sources are literally hyperlinked into every...

    The sources are literally hyperlinked into every single statement. Just click on the numbers.
  3. The Ricat structure is certainly an interesting...

    The Ricat structure is certainly an interesting theory, but is far from proven. It does not correlate to Plato's description of the cities design, other sites buried beneath the ocean with more...
  4. Also "Hero's Engine" and other steam engine...

    Also "Hero's Engine" and other steam engine (steam powered "hydraulic" temple doors in Ancient Greece and Rome) technology from over 2,000 years ago, only for steam engines to be rediscovered nearly...
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    Well there is also contrary evidence to show that...

    Well there is also contrary evidence to show that no such warfare occurred until the advent of agriculture, and perhaps the violence inflicted may have been by other "proto-humans", tusked/horned...
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    I don't believe that personally. Put people in a...

    I don't believe that personally. Put people in a utopian civilisation/society and I don't think much if any violence or destruction would be present.

    There is no real evidence of...
  7. 1. There is no proof, but there is certainly...

    1. There is no proof, but there is certainly evidence (Plato's account corresponding exactly with geological data regarding the Younger Dryas Impact event, Greenland cataclysmic meteor/asteroid...
  8. Plato stated that the Atlanteans attempted to...

    Plato stated that the Atlanteans attempted to invade Greece, and that the Greeks defended and repelled the Atlantean peoples (this is all told to his ancestor Solon by the priests of Egypt), then...
  9. We have plenty of "records" in the form of the...

    We have plenty of "records" in the form of the myths and legends of ancient Ireland.

    For instance, the mythical island to the West of Ireland called Brasil, or Hy-Brasil (similar to the land of...
  10. If you have nothing to add, then perhaps best not...

    If you have nothing to add, then perhaps best not to add anything. Derogatory remarks do not help anyone, you may think you are boosting your ego by putting others down, but you are in-fact harming...
  11. Thanks for the information, although red-hair in...

    Thanks for the information, although red-hair in Eastern Europe is not very common, especially compared to it's occurrence in Ireland and Scotland. Also perhaps red-haired Egyptian mummies are not of...
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    We were discussing genius, not philosophers. His...

    We were discussing genius, not philosophers. His teachings survive through the works of his students, ie; the Pythagoreans.

    EDIT: Also, whilst philosophy not being the things they are known-best...
  13. Interesting, I wonder why then there are so many...

    Interesting, I wonder why then there are so many more recent articles claiming King Tutankhamen and his relatives have R1b DNA? Including having a whole Discovery Channel documentary produced to...
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    One doesn't have to read entire works of someone...

    One doesn't have to read entire works of someone to understand their position, and the philosophies they espouse. If you really think that Nietzsche achieved a higher level of greatness and...
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    The man obviously never had a spiritual...

    The man obviously never had a spiritual experience in his life. But to answer your question; no I haven't read his works. Aristotle, Carl Jung, and Lao Tzu are about the only "mainstream"...
  16. I can't speak for Dynastic Egyptian Pharaohs. The...

    I can't speak for Dynastic Egyptian Pharaohs. The closer we get to the modern-age, the fewer of these Celtic-type remains appear, and also the more primitive the stone-working,...
  17. What's with the attitude mate? I posed a...

    What's with the attitude mate? I posed a question/speculative topic, I am not trying to tell anyone "the true history of the world".
  18. Atlantean origin of R1b? RH Negative Blood, Redhair/Celts, Survivor Civilisation.

    With the highest concentration of RH Negative blood, and R1b being found on the Western most parts of the British Isles (Ireland, Wales, Scottish Highlands etc...), could there be evidence that...
  19. Atlantean connection to RH Negative blood; Red hair, Celts and R1b?

    With the highest concentration of RH Negative blood, and R1b being found on the Western most parts of the British Isles (Ireland, Wales, Scottish Highlands etc...), could there be evidence that...
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    I'd say people like Pythagoras, Sir Isaac Newton,...

    I'd say people like Pythagoras, Sir Isaac Newton, Nikola Tesla, Leonardo Da Vinci, Professor Yan Xin etc... are far more deserving of being some of the greatest minds of all-time. I mean what did...
  21. Plato's dating for the sinking of Atlantis is...

    Plato's dating for the sinking of Atlantis is around 9,600 BC, which is almost the exact time period when a massive meteor/comet struck the ice caps of Greenland, likely resulting in a cataclysmic...
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