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Earth w/o Moon / by Brad Guth
On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 07:01:07 -0700 (PDT), BradGuth
On Jun 19, 10:46 pm, David Johnston wrote:
On Tue, 13 May 2008 06:51:12 -0700 (PDT), BradGuth
On May 13, 2:58 am, wrote:
On Mar 20, 2:35 pm, BradGuth wrote:
Actually, unless you're hiding stuff, there's no cave paintings or
other artifacts having indications of any moon, of seasons or of
monster tides as of times more recent than 10,500 BC, or is there.
When exactly is the first human graphic, painting or other kind of
notation that's reasonably moon, season or tide like?
Brad, you know there's no ancient cave etchings of a moon? How you
know this? This is impossible unless you've been to every cave in the
world personally or hired a team to seek out every nook, cranny and
Two: Was there no sun etchings either? If there was, how do you know
that a portion of the sun etchings weren't actually the moon? The moon
can appear really bright in the dead of night right? How about stars?
Interested in your follow up here despite the thread being a month
Thanks for the constructive/informative feedback.
Of surviving within the last ice-age, there's no way that an Earth w/
moon would not have been appreciated and likely recorded as such, by
those extremely survival intelligent folks.
Just answer the damn question. Were there any pictures of the Sun?
There are many examples worth interpreting as our sun,
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