Interesting story today on Archaeology Daily News about evidence of brain surgery 4,000 years ago. No mention of the use of lasers crafted by aliens (or by the ancients under the instruction of aliens). Does it strike anyone but me as odd that we have to credit aliens with things like moving huge blocks but we don’t jump to that conclusion with things like brain surgery? Maybe they flunked anatomy at the space academy and just took to engineering.
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I think we can synthesise the fundamentalist and ufological perspectives:
Egyptians used dinosaurs to build the pyramids but then the aliens practised brain surgery on the creatures until they went extinct.
now there’s a trajectory! It’ll probably find it’s way into a book (published by Bear and Co.).
Maybe it’s because there are no physical, technical or intellectual reasons why someone couldn’t do brain surgery 4,000 years ago. They don’t use anesthetic for many brain surgeries, plus they had alcohol 4,000 years ago. But there are plenty of physical and technical reasons why they couldn’t move huge, perfectly hewn blocks of limestone 4,000 years ago.
We can barely do it today, and only at incredible time and expense. Even today, brain surgery is much simpler. cheaper and easier than building a pyramid.
cheaper and easier, yes, but no alien assistance is required in either enterprise.
I have never heard it put so well. To add question to question: How is it that aliens were engineers in ancient days, but today they study anatomy and are not building great monuments today
I’d only add they do more anal probing than studying anything — and if they were so smart, how come they have to keep doing it?