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Comments for The Wonders Expedition™ — @Archeoastronomy http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE Sun, 02 Dec 2012 20:45:39 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on The Maya Myth Moment–Ipsos Poll 2012–One in 10 Believe Maya Calendar End by Chelsea http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ipsos-poll-2012/#comment-255 Sun, 02 Dec 2012 20:45:39 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=1586#comment-255 Nothing will happen! People know that some are gullible so they make these outrageous doomsday predictions! Natural selection, nothing we can do about it http://ficksitall.blogspot.com/2012/12/should-you-commit-suicide-in-advance-of.html

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Comment on Mayan King Pakal and His ‘Spacecraft’ by Richard http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ceiba/#comment-251 Thu, 29 Nov 2012 20:33:37 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=291#comment-251 You have to admit despite it all, the idea of a king in a ship is a pretty interesting theory. But it is just that!
If we look at what we do know then maybe there could be some plausible truth to the “spaceship theory”. That is to say that it could be very possible if you take into account the ideas of some of the worlds greatest theoretical physicists.
We first have to agree that there are other forms of life in other parts of our universe (or Multiverse, what ever u believe as there is no real proof that either is wrong) and because our galaxy is only 4.5 million years old and the universe/multiverse is 13.5 million years old, there could be other forms of life far more advanced then ours. I mean this is not only truly possible but highly plausible.
We all know that great theoretical physicist Albert Einstein who proposed that with enough energy space travel over vast distances is possible with the creation of a wormhole. So if an advanced race was able to travel through space creating a wormhole then it is very possible that we could very well have been visited by ET!! Hence King Pakal could very well have been in a space ship.
To say that this theory is ridiculous and shameful is not fair. I too am skeptical despite it all, but would never call a theory shameful and ridiculous without proper proof. I myself believe that we have not be visited by any advanced civilization but I surely dont doubt that they exist. This does not mean I am right and maybe, just maybe we have been under surveillance since we have been here!!!

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Comment on Mayan King Pakal and His ‘Spacecraft’ by TMack http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ceiba/#comment-244 Fri, 16 Nov 2012 05:46:06 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=291#comment-244 “Here at The Wonders Expedition, over the next few years, we are going to investigate hundreds of sites around the world and help the public by showing them nonsense like that depicted on Ancient Aliens is ridiculous and shameful.”

I hope your future revelations contain logical arguments and facts to back up your opinions and theories. Although much of the what we see on television could easily be a bunch of crap, calling it hogwash and ridiculing it isn’t much of a position.

Is it true? How the hell do I know! But I do know one thing – just saying it is ridiculous or shameful and is misrepresenting the truth is not proof it is false. If you plan to show me that this is nonsense then proceed to show me because so far you have shown nothing.

Even your argument about Obama piloting Air Force 1 is not a good comparison. King Pakal was a warrior king of a warrior society and it would be much more realistic to think it would be considered brave to be the pilot of such a vehicle if such a thing was even possible. I doubt he would allow that honor to go to some one beneath his stature. (A realistic argument? Maybe not. Logical? I think so.)

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Comment on Mayan King Pakal and His ‘Spacecraft’ by Dp http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ceiba/#comment-234 Mon, 11 Jun 2012 23:21:42 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=291#comment-234 add this to your thought, what other Mayan knew how to fly a space craft? i know if i were a Mayan i sure as hell would not be flying that, especially since i would not know what the fuck that is. the Bird represents flight, snake represents something happening. Whats hooked up to his nose? something to transfer oxygen maybe? ?What other Mayan would carve something going up their kings nose it it was not important? They were genius! I think if they were trying to depict a tree they would have done a better job, i mean look at their temples. His foot is pointed down… representing that he’s pressing down on some kind of pulley or maybe a pedal. But what do i know. You’re right, that carving looks exactly like a tree…

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Comment on Mayan King Pakal and His ‘Spacecraft’ by Rob http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ceiba/#comment-233 Mon, 11 Jun 2012 05:38:54 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=291#comment-233 I agree with the other posts that it looks less like a tree than just about anything else. And given the information we now possess I don’t think the “old versions” of the story really stand up, the examples I have heard for why everything is as we have always suspected (no alien encounters) employ counter-examples that do not seem to fit. To this end I point out the “Obama as a pilot” analogy provided above; the analogy is not apropo. The ancient astronouts theory (as my neophyte mind understands it) is not that they brought an entire government along with them and thus would have staff at his (King Pakal’s) disposal to fly his spaceship, but that they were more like a science expedition venturing far from home. So, just because Pakal was named king HERE does that mean he was an Obama on his own planet, fitted out with many underlings to handle the mundane tasks that even the smartest of humans at that time would have been no help for? What if he were merely the lowly alien researcher assigned to that part of South America? Then it would make perfect sense that he would be flying his own transport. Remember, many of the feats that earned these ancient astronauts the title of “God” would be replicable today by anyone sent back to that time with a modern cell phone (just think of what they would make of the star-gazing app!) or even Nikola Tesla’s first AC motor and that was invented over 130 years ago. The person would not need to be an Obama or have the staff of a president to have been revered.

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Comment on Supermoon 2012 by admin http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/supermoon-2012/#comment-134 Sun, 06 May 2012 11:42:26 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=1230#comment-134 Fantastic work! Thank you for sharing! I’m about to Tweet your work and hopefully send you some traffic. Thanks for visiting TheWondersExpedition.com –Donny

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Comment on Supermoon 2012 by Halldor Sigurdsson http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/supermoon-2012/#comment-133 Sun, 06 May 2012 10:32:46 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=1230#comment-133 Took a few photos and a video clip of the supermoon last night in Reykjavik,Iceland .

http://iceland-dori.blogspot.com/2012/05/supermoon-on-may-5th-2012-over-iceland.html

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Comment on Mayan Light Beam from 2009 Now Making Waves in 2012 by admin http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/mayhoo/#comment-127 Tue, 01 May 2012 18:09:43 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=336#comment-127 Thanks for the comment! Yes, you’re right, clearly, they have been out on the Net for a while now. I think our point was more to the fact that they were just then appearing on Yahoo! Nonetheless, it is curious to see.

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Comment on Mayan Light Beam from 2009 Now Making Waves in 2012 by beltemps http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/mayhoo/#comment-126 Tue, 01 May 2012 13:41:21 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=336#comment-126 nice find but you are way too late… 😉

these pictures didn’t surface in 2012. in fact they appeared beginning 2010 for the first time. and abovetopsecret.com revealed them already as a hoax. there are several threads about this topic. I believe this was the first:

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread550318/pg1

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Comment on Reasons why the SKA should not be built in Australia but in South Africa instead by Dean http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/2012/ska/#comment-123 Mon, 23 Apr 2012 03:32:47 +0000 http://thewondersexpedition.com/TWE/?p=1057#comment-123 The scientific panel has already recommended South Africa as the best site – on a technical level. In other words, the international scientific panel see South Africa as the best bid and site for science.
Add this to the obvious cost advantages, timezone/proximity to Europe – and really, it is hard to see why they are delaying the decision – it appears to be a no-brainer for SA.
Perhaps there is some political wrangling under the covers?

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