Chris Dunn evidence of advanced technology in Egypt

Hatshepsut

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Flint Dibble Graham Hancock Debate Plant Domestication & Feralization Joe Rogan Response Video
All about feralization process of plants

2,898 views Premiered 17 hours ago #grahamhancock #jre #archaeology

Here's the first of what will be several responses to this debate. In part 1, we will discuss the evidence for domesticated crops in the record, and the process of feralization, that is plants returning to a feral state after being previously domesticated.

I'll watch. We learned in school that corn we grow now isn't the same corn that we originally came across in the Americas.
 

Hatshepsut

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There is also the holographic universe theory - that the universe is a mental construct that the brain taps into. Perhaps Tesla etc. have better antennas in their brains and pick up on more of it? I was listening to Joe Rogan and Tucker Carlson discussing Alex Jones - did you know he is on record prior to 911 predicting Osama Bin Laden sending jets into the world trade center? When Joe asked him about that, he had no idea where he got that idea from?

Mimsey
I was listening to something 2 days ago describing how the brain was evolving differently in some cultures. The scans showed which part had been more active and which areas were getting more dense. The topic was on why some folks have the ability to pick up flows or emit flows to others and the universe. I think females naturally have an ability to flow. The male forms are necessarily more rigid.

I am reminded of the Scientology image where the body is like a sliver in the thumb. The thumb is the sliver enveloped by the Being flowing in and around it. When we become more invested, more solid and identified with the body, we flow less. You'd think primitives would be more solid and stupid but that wasn't necessarily the case back when. Being in a flow state was the admirable condition of their shamans etc.

ALEX JONES

 
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mimsey borogrove

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I was listening to something 2 days ago describing how the brain was evolving differently in some cultures. The scans showed which part had been more active and which areas were getting more dense. The topic was on why some folks have the ability to pick up flows or emit flows to others and the universe. I think females naturally have an ability to flow. The male forms are necessarily more rigid.

ALEX JONES

Please give me the link to the brain evolution you mentioned - I'd like to hear that. Lately I have been wondering if the complexity of a neural network gives rise to intelligence or sentience. What I mean by this - AI networks as they grow in size physically ( more servers in use) they seem to becoming more aware or intelligent than predicted. Kinda like the Terminator film's Skynet.

Mimsey
 

Hatshepsut

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Please give me the link to the brain evolution you mentioned - I'd like to hear that. Lately I have been wondering if the complexity of a neural network gives rise to intelligence or sentience. What I mean by this - AI networks as they grow in size physically ( more servers in use) they seem to becoming more aware or intelligent than predicted. Kinda like the Terminator film's Skynet.

Mimsey
I have been looking for that very video this last half hour. I have so many laptops that the YouTube 'history' is recorded per use on each device and not per 'user' or account owner. Still working on it as I've seen those type diagrams often.

We've been through so much, going through evolutionary cycles, that I can't help but think we, as Beings can access the blueprints and software for anything....at all. Just like with Tesla, how much was memory and how much was spontaneous innovation. The ideal vision state of creation is senior to the product which is its mirror. Those bulbous heads in some regal courts, maybe needed to be bigger so more connectors could fit. Too bad we have the skulls but not the brain inside left over for archaeology. Maybe it was sucked out before mummification in order to keep the secrets. LOL
 

Hatshepsut

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Flint Dibble Graham Hancock Debate Plant Domestication & Feralization Joe Rogan Response Video
All about feralization process of plants

2,898 views Premiered 17 hours ago #grahamhancock #jre #archaeology

Here's the first of what will be several responses to this debate. In part 1, we will discuss the evidence for domesticated crops in the record, and the process of feralization, that is plants returning to a feral state after being previously domesticated.

That's interesting about fertilization. I know it doesn't take thousands of years to revert back to it's natural order after domestication. I was scavenger kid and foraged for my snacks growing in neighbor's yards in sunny Calif. We could tell the 'wild' variety of some things, you wouldn't want to eat. Later, we saw Florida orchards, forever neglected. and the apples were different, smaller and rinds on certain citrus were harsher. Wild flowers springing form the tall ruddy weeds look different. Wild berries were inedible. Neighborhors who had acres unattended to, had plants similar but different under the same name. They modify to protect themselves in harsher environments where nobody comes by with the sprinkling can. Does't take an epic amount of time to adapt.

I must've watched the brain flows vid while embedded in a site. It's not under either YouTube account I have. Probably got if from a video sub menu on this thread. Common subject, so I'll take a gander.

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What I found must've been related to Genius Wave by NASA scientist James Rivers. This was apparently just advertisement and the brain centers were displayed by digital artwork.

 
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Lee #28

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Talking about soil and fertilizing...

I had read that scientists claim the soil in parts of the Amazon Basin are man made. Some sort of concoction of burnt bark ? and some other stuff....can't remember what.

Lots of yet to be discovered archaeological sites in the Amazon Basin...
 

Hatshepsut

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Looting and tool marks?

Most of the images of Hatshepsut have been destroyed with a chisel or other tools. This temple is the only one left of several adjacent, and it's now under reconstruction. Too difficult for the thieves to cart away.

 

Hatshepsut

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Pre-Egyptian Technology Left By an Advanced Civilization That Disappeared

I love this documentary. Some of the best on the spot archaeological filming. Exciting to watch now and then. Really makes you believe there WAS an advanced civilization. The Northeast Nile delta area is my favorite. There are traces of meteor iron in the daggers and of solar flares having burnt some colossus. That area was prone to earth quakes which would make flooding and fires a threat. Tanis was mentioned in the Bible as being destroyed from above.

 
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mimsey borogrove

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Flint Dibble Graham Hancock Debate: Shipwrecks Part 3 Joe Rogan
Part 3 in my series responding to the debate. In this one we cover the claims about shipwrecks Flint made.

@NoMatureContent
1 hour ago
Most of what Flint said was intellectually dishonest in the context of the discussion. He had some interesting facts, but he presented those facts as proofs in the absence of the further context.


 

mimsey borogrove

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Looting and tool marks?

Most of the images of Hatshepsut have been destroyed with a chisel or other tools. This temple is the only one left of several adjacent, and it's now under reconstruction. Too difficult for the thieves to cart away.

When I went to Hathor's temple they had knocked the noses off many of the statues. Mimsey

Understanding ancient Egyptian’s beliefs was vital to understanding why there were so many “smashed” noses. Research has shown that ancient Egyptians believed that statues had a life force. If an opposing power came across a statue it wanted to disable, the best way to do that was to break off the statue’s nose and hamper the breathing.

Adela Oppenheim, a curator in the Department of Egyptian Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, is a leading expert in the field. She says that ancient Egyptians understood science and knew, on a basic level, that the statues were not going to get up and move around since they were made from stone, wood, or metal. They also realized that the statues did not actually breathe. Oppenheim told Live Science, “They knew that they weren’t inhaling air — they could see that,” Oppenheim told Live Science. “On the other hand, the statues have a life force, and the life force comes through the nose, that’s how you breathe.”

Where did Egyptian statues' broken noses go? - Suzanne Lovell Inc.
 

mimsey borogrove

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You Won’t Believe This Disturbing Gobekli Tepe Update
530,625 views Premiered Jun 10, 2024 #29 on Trending
This 2024 UPDATE of Gobekli Tepe is genuinely shocking and disturbing.
@willmcgee45
20 hours ago
Giving the WEF the sole rights to Gobekli Tepe will ensure the world WILL NOT know about it.
@belalugrisi1614
13 hours ago
“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” ― George Orwell
@DonPablo91
2 days ago
As a German, I am convinced that Klaus Schwab is a real life James Bond villain.
@JaguarPanda
1 day ago (edited)
"we will protect it by destroying it!" Doublespeak at it's best.
@Grungeuncle
1 day ago
As a Turk, I can ensure you that the Turkish public has no idea whats going on in Göbekli Tepe. When they were building the "roof" over the site it was declared that the excavation is coming to an end. Anytime it was stated that the only %5 of the site was excavated, it was said in a very very vague tone that it would imply that there're closer sites like Karahan Tepe was the remaining parts. I really don't think any tourist visiting the site, both the Turkish and foreign, have any idea about this. You should consider hiring a Turkish translator and a voice over just for this video, Turkish people should see this.
@gabriellynch2764
22 hours ago
What the hell. This is not a tourist attraction. It is literally the single most important place in the world to understand our lost history. It needs to be protected better than the Dead Sea Scrolls. This is so tragic.
@aaronrossi6544
1 day ago
WEF- aspiring tyrants of the future, master manipulators of the present, thieves of our past. Good Job Jimmy. I Always appreciate your work.


 

mimsey borogrove

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How Joe Rogan Was Conned By Archaeologist Flint Dibble #grahamhancock #jre #archaeology

@grantwalkersound

42 minutes ago
I think my favorite part of your program is that you don't infantilize the audience and you go into great detail on how these tests are ran, what kind of conditions are necessary, and limitations of the testing. A much more honest view of how the actual hard science is done, where it succeeds, and where it is lacking still.
@kellykintzley2610
30 minutes ago
Flint is EXACTLY the “establishment” that Graham has been talking about forever.
@saidrahal
14 minutes ago
this phenomena is not new, it has been cooking since years inside the academic environments: petulance, grants (based on your ass licking and willing to follow the monolithic "truths" they want you to replicate and keep selling, etc)...academics have became, besides being already a pragmatic gate keepers (that keeps them rolling with $$$ and "prestige"), informed burocrats with lots and lots of PHDs, but burocrats at the end. A real and serious scientist, would already took all the hypothesis and data and field researches made by honorable men like Randall, Uncharted X, Brien and Praveen Mohan and invited them to their channels to present the data and show them some expertise on how go deeper and further in their investigations, which means: a real scientist who loves science and discovery, would help those kind of people to have BETTER TOOLS to make their jobs instead of insulting them or gaslighting them. I come from an academic world and I know what Im talking about. Petulance and ego are not little things to consider in the search of knowledge. They are a waste of time and energy, we should focus on the data and the facts, but also being open to discuss plausible hypothesis.
@CJ-kq3oh
40 minutes ago
A good reminder that a doctorate is no guarantee of impartiality. I have one myself, and have witnessed plenty of bullshit in academia; but there are also a lot of honest, hard-working academics out there as well.


 
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