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« Reply #10 on: June 24, 2010, 05:22:09 am »
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watch it yesterday,fascinating stuff,definatly worth watching..........columbus my ass

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« Reply #11 on: June 24, 2010, 10:16:52 am »
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Just think how all those explorers feel when in the end it gets named after a map maker.  Grin

I guess we are lucky they chose Amerigo and not Vespuci....

North Vespuci, South Vespuci... yeah that woulda been bad....  Cheesy

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« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2010, 10:36:46 am »
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"North Vespuci, South Vespuci..."   Isn't that what someone says when they're sipping a capiccino in Italy while watching the little scooters go by?

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« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2010, 11:21:22 am »
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 Grin I wouldn't doubt it BA...

I gotta try and catch this show, hopefully it will be on again.

I finally hooked up the TV last night and watched Mythbusters. That show makes me laugh.

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« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2010, 11:45:54 am »
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Cool I will check it out then thanks  Smiley

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Many theories exist.. The fact is, people have been here a lot longer than many people believed. My father used to laugh whenever people started bragging about their family coming over on the Mayflower. He'd say: "Yeah and my people were here to shake their hand".
    There have been human remains found in Texas (and Washington) that date back much more that the "land bridge" from Asia.. There were at least 5 "white" native tribes recorded here in the USA, BEFORE the European invasion.... Some had blue eyes and called "moon eyes" by the regular natives. One tribe in Californa also had blond hair and talked about their forefathers arriving in long boats with "dragon heads". HUM...
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« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2011, 11:09:18 am »
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Quote:Posted by Richard Ray
Many theories exist.. The fact is, people have been here a lot longer than many people believed. My father used to laugh whenever people started bragging about their family coming over on the Mayflower. He'd say: "Yeah and my people were here to shake their hand".
    There have been human remains found in Texas (and Washington) that date back much more that the "land bridge" from Asia.. There were at least 5 "white" native tribes recorded here in the USA, BEFORE the European invasion.... Some had blue eyes and called "moon eyes" by the regular natives. One tribe in Californa also had blond hair and talked about their forefathers arriving in long boats with "dragon heads". HUM...
   Richard Byrd Ray


I was a former National Park Ranger, whose roommate in the Painted Desert of the Petrified Forest National Park was Edward Abbey, the famous environmental author. I studied geology and religion, and I believe that mankind was more prolific than the experts believe.

For example, in the book of Genesis, Chapter 10, verse 25:
And unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg, for in his days was the earth divided, and his brother's name was Joktan.

IT is telling us, then when the ancient single continent divided, into the continents, man was on the earth. So I do not believe that baloney of man coming across a land bridge from Asia to North America. Why could not some humans be on every piece of land, "when the earth divided"Huh?

In Scottsbluff NE, when I was a child, approx around 1948 or so, do not remember the exact time, just know it was in spring. We lived on a farm north of town, on a plateau, way above the North Platte River. Tyhe landlady decided to drill a new well. I watched the well drillers go down, and looked through the sand, gravel, rocks, and found three ancient pieces of stone, kept them, still have them, two were later identified as pieces of Scottsbluff points, and the third I called an Indian thimble. They came from 70-80 feet down, according to the well drillers when I picked them up, and asked them how deep they were. The land had to be ancient erosion deposits, and land does not errode that fast, to cover 70-80 feet of artifacts. They probably were buried during the bibical story of Noah's Flood.

Now the Rocky Mountains are the third version, the two previous versions were erroded down, and the last one rose up, is still rising up on its platelets. I used to lecture on Geology in the National Parks. One day, I held Francis Parkman's original manuscripts on The Oregon Trail in my own two hands. I used to sit during lunch hour in the vault, reading the old Oregon Trail diarys. Richard Byrd Ray and I could share some great old stories, he is a bit older then me, but not much older.
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« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2011, 11:52:53 am »
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For example, in the book of Genesis, Chapter 10, verse 25:
And unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg, for in his days was the earth divided, and his brother's name was Joktan.

IT is telling us, then when the ancient single continent divided, into the continents, man was on the earth. So I do not believe that baloney of man coming across a land bridge from Asia to North America. Why could not some humans be on every piece of land, "when the earth divided"Huh?





First off the continent of Pangea started to split 2.5 billion years ago which rules out any mammal life on earth. The earliest form of man from the genus homo did not show up till about 2.5 million years ago and Homo Sapiens have only been around 200,000 years. So science shot that theory in the foot.
Why you quote a book  that is less then 2000 years old and little more then a good novel trying to prove your pseudo history is total nonsense   

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