Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm not aware of the slightest evidence of any technological civilization prior to the most recent glacial period which lasted from roughly 110,000 to 10,000 years ago.
Nor am I. At least beyond tales of Atlantis and Mu. I’m not willing to totally rule out the possibility, though.
And I’m also assuming that the pyramids really are only 4500 years old.
Still, how much recognizable evidence would there be of a society that was so advanced that everything they built and used was biodegradable and recyclable, after an intervening ice age and major sea level fluctuations?
Keep in mind that so 80% of the world’s population lives within 200 ft of sea level and that sea level rose 300 feet after the last ice age...
It is my understanding that civilization requires agriculture, and agriculture started (in the west) about 7,000 B.C. so if the Spinx really was built 10,000 B.C. who built it? And then there are the Great Pyramids, again there are good arguments that those could not have been built by a (mostly) stone age people, re the 2500 BC Egyptians.
Hes talking about the last great flood. We all live in the regeneration of the last great catastrophe. This is the only answer to the question that science will not adress and has no way to explain.
Question....How did the oldest civilization on the planet (Sumer according to scientists) have all the arts, science, math, writing, medicine, agriculture, world maps, sea navigation, astronomy, pictures of the solar system, etc ?
Answer....they got it from the previous civilization.
Run by libs, everything was renewable, natural fiber and biodegradable. Government shut down and they disappeared without leaving a trace.