Euler, the 18th century mathematician, stated that two variables that are equal to a third variable are equal to each other. He said that this was self-evident. In other words, this is a universal or absolute truth of mathematics. Like philosophy, mathematics deals with absolute truth. However, this is not the case for science. Remember, you cannot go from “bottom-up” but only “top-down” to properly explain nature. In short, a workable theory needs to be developed and supported by observation and experiment to provide us with scientific truth. Scientific truth is neither dogmatic nor absolute. It is only probable and subject to change with new information. Unfortunately, the bias of mainline science will resist any change.
Here is another example. Alfred Wagoner developed a theory that continents move and called it “Continental Drift”. Mainline science, particularly in the United States highly criticized Wagoner for his work. What happened? In 1968, with the discovery of sea floor spreading, geologists accepted the theory of plate tectonics, the movement of continents.
Now, let us consider OOP fossils and artifacts. What are OOPs? They are “out of place” artifacts and fossils, inexplicable finds that cannot be explained and were often found by non-professional scientists. This is often the reason they are ignored and dismissed, often as fakes, by mainline science. There are many objects that can be called OOPs but even considering their non-professional discoveries they can still provide data that can help us unravel and explain the past. They should not be dismissed out of hand.
One archaeological artifact that is not considered an OOP is the Egyptian Sphinx. I believe it to be an OOP because Geologists and Egyptologists do not agree on its age, an age disparity upwards of 800,000 years. The great age of intelligent life on earth has been demonstrated by this OOP. Furthermore, this great age also challenges the belief that only modern humans were capable of civilization.
How do we come to this conclusion? So called experts in Egyptology date it as 4500 years old. Dr. Robert Schoch (PhD geology) sees it as being at least 5,000 to 7,000 years old. In a conference in the late 1990s geologists agreed with him while the Egyptology accepted the younger date. Furthermore, additional research conducted by two scientists from the Ukraine discovered that the Sphinx was at one time totally submerged and as the water level dropped left “wave-cut hollows on the Sphinx. This could have only happened at the earliest, 800,000 years ago. (Vjacheslav I. Manichev and Alexander G. Parkhomenko. 2008. “Geological Aspect of the Problem of Dating The Great Egyptian Sphinx Construction” in Geoarchaeology and Archaeomineralogy, Eds. R. I. Kostov, B. Gaydarska, M. Gurova, Sofia.)
Frankly, it seems to me that all traditionalist or mainline researchers just don’t know how to really interpret and understand their research results. All truth is self- evident but that assumes that the researcher is not closed minded or blinded by mainline scientific bias. The refusal of mainline researchers to even study so called OOPs demonstrates their bias. Also, their refusal to even consider the possibility of non-human intelligent life possessing civilization further demonstrate their bias. How can anyone look for non-human intelligence in the Earth’s ancient past if they begin by not even accepting the possibility that they may have existed? You cannot find what you are not looking for.
Here is another discovery I have come across through my research. Mexico was the home of a civilization upwards of 100 million years ago. This civilization came to an end 66 million years ago with the impact that killed the dinosaurs. This can be easily determined by considering the movement of the North American Plate. The easy way is to keep in mind that the ancients worshiped the sun so their temples must face east. Well, the geographical location of the various cities and temples in the Yucatan face east when the North American plate is re-positioned to where it was 66 million years ago. Furthermore, much of the Mexican lost civilization was covered under a massive layer of soil. Since it would take more effort to bury their ancient cities that build them, it is obvious (self-evident) that their burial resulted from the massive tidal wave resulting from the impact that killed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
This analysis makes all the lost cities of Mexico OOPs.
Archaeological research in either Egypt or Mexico, or anywhere else for that matter cannot be considered as rigorously scientific because of the built-in bias of their disciplines and refusal to accept geological dating of which Dr. Robert Schoch’s work on the Sphinx is an example. The Sphinx is not irrelevant to the study of any OOP. It is the exception that proves the rule.
Furthermore, some of the methods of archaeological dating are very problematic. One reason is that one cannot date when a stone or rock structure was built. What is generally done is some other item is found and dated with Carbon 14 testing. Carbon 14 cannot date beyond 50,000 years.
Now, in the case of Mexico, it is possible to test my conclusions. Just rotate a map of the North American plate backward in time to 66 million years ago and you will find that the temples, cities, and streets of the Maya face east as they should if they were built by a society that worshiped the sun.
Plate tectonic movement is the only way to study and date very ancient sites. Tectonic movement provides dates that make sense and explains other research. For example, the Maya seem to have similarity with ancient Egypt and other ancient civilizations, possibly predating these other civilizations. Well, my work using plate tectonic movement, dates a civilization in Egypt and the Azores to 28.5 million years and a civilization in Mexico to from 103 to 66 million years. So, yes this ancient civilization in Mexico could have seeded other ancient civilizations.
Furthermore, if we examine the Mayan cities, we find them all buried. In fact, there are Mayan, and Olmec, and other ruins in Mexico still underground. It doesn’t make sense that the ancients buried these places themselves. However, an impact by the meteor that killed the dinosaurs would explain that because of the tidal wave produced.
These ancients were not modern people. They were both similar and dissimilar to us but they were not us.
Let me make a suggestion. Don’t just accept the mainline scientific research. Some of it is good but some of it is not. Remember that academics have many other considerations than pure science. Their careers and funding issues are examples and they tend to color research. Also, many PhD researchers tend to be overly specialized. This also colors their work.