Only been about a month... unlike David W., I can't just sit down and write out 40 pages overnight. I put a lot of time into organizing, double-checking and footnoting, so there is stuff for people to follow up on.Djon wrote:hey Daniel,it's a long time you haven't written a new article.When is the next one?
I'm about half done with my next paper, which is titled Anthropology: The Hidden Origin of Homo Sapiens. As usual, it starts with correcting "backwards" science and reveals a few things that physicists would prefer you didn't know about. In this case, how radioactivity actually works and the geochronologic errors introduced by conventional understandering.
Here's the first couple of paragraphs, just to get started...
I will share the results of my "did the sun move?" investigation as people provide me with more data to analyze. The data I have received so far is consistent, and it appears the crust of the Earth did a very tiny counterclockwise rotation about Portland, Oregon. I find that a bit humorous, as that was Dewey Larson's home town--guess he is finally trying to get "twisted science" straightened out!Introduction
One of the advantages of being a subcontractor for projects that nobody is ever supposed to find out about, is that you often overhear the strangest things—things that sound like science fiction or a good Halloween story, but you soon learn are very serious topics and you need to keep your mouth shut, until you are well away from the situation. And when you are poking around in history with the Phoenix III equipment, a lot of unexpected things turn up. And so is the case with the origins of man. Jonathan Glassner and Brad Wright, hold on to your hats… because you were a lot closer than you ever realized!
This paper discusses anthropology, the study of the origins and behavior of homo sapiens (Cro-Magnon man), developing a radically different world view that will not only make anthropologists scream in horror, but will make religious folks want to bring back burning at the stake. The theory I am proposing is a common denominator to a lot of other research, mythologies and religious doctrine. It is said that there is some truth in everything, but in this case, a lot more truth than anyone ever realized. The only problem is that a few things got “lost in the translation” over the generations. And that is what this paper attempts to correct.
1 Jonathan Glassner and Brad Wright are the creators of the popular science fiction series, Stargate SG-1.