As I have viewed many of the Topics within this alleged scientific related category, I notice an awful lot of religious debate. Perhaps folks are looking for answers that are not being delivered by their faith system. Be that as it may. Faith is a personal quest, and I'll not belabor the issue.
That being said...shall we talk about a scientific find? Or rather a find that dates back to the late 19th Century that proves that Rome did not build civilization, they destroyed them.
Below is a link to a solar calculator that is adjustable and therefore NEVER ENDS. The Romans, those great masters of Civilization destroyed it to hide the evidence. Unfortunately for them, it was found.
The video is 4 parts, and is very comprehensive. It may also change your view of Rome.
Very interesting!! I don't understand why nobody is commenting about this thread. Great subject matter. I wouldn't take it personal, they all must be over in the religion forum trying to dig up old forum threads, and pretend like they are having different conversations than the ones they had before.
Great stuff, thanks for sharing.
I agree with RK, probably all are busy in religious forum because it is easy to comment there. Speak whatever you feel like. Went through THE CALENDAR OF COLIGNY and found it interesting. It is a very detailed article and I will have to go through it again so that I post a more intelligent reply.
by Phocas Vincent 3 years ago
Is it possible to truly be religious as well as believe in the evidence of science with theories such as evolution, the Big Bang and dinosaurs existing prior to man not along side? (Please keep it clean and civil guys, thank you.)
by Hokey 7 years ago
A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms. http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/home/F …...
by paarsurrey 23 months ago
As its name suggests it is useful in science only. It has not been designed for religion and or philosophy. Right? PleaseRegards
by Alan 2 years ago
A basic rule of scientific inquiry is that you start from something you already know, something that can be proven, repeatedly, by other investigators in exactly similar circumstances. From something that is known for sure, one can make further hypotheses, and investigate. New questions...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
So many people insist that Atheism is detrimental to society while religion enhanced society. Hmmm, now let us see this objectively instead of subjectively. Religions have been the source of wars and other types of divisions among humankind. Religions have also been the source of...
by ngureco 5 years ago
What is the scientific explanation as to why a sheep would give birth to human-faced lamb?
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