Who thinks that Ancient Aliens on History Channel is completely inaccurate?
i doubt it is entirely accurate but it is a lot more accurate then beliefs in some god or believing the bible is all true.
I don't know about completely true,or completely untrue, but I think it is plausable given the art of the time and the fact that it resembles so closely the present day space suits.Also there is all that fantastic structures and stones which seem impossible to have been done by a primitive people.
Yo! Right here in the front row! Me! Now that you brought it up, I also hate the fact that there is a channel called "History" in the US (a nation that knows nothing of history) where the top shows on this channel are about aliens, pawn shops, cajuns shooting alligators, truckers, crab fishermen, antique restoration, and hoarders who pick through junk. Where is the history? The channel should be called Crappy Jobs & Alien Nonsense.
by RichusFridum5 years ago
I yes... what makes you think it so?If no... why is it impossible?
by Julie Grimes4 years ago
What if the Ancient Alien theory is correct?Recently there has been a hypothetical theory, which is backed by evidence that the planet earth was visited by ancient aliens. The scientist and PH.D's supporting this...
by Rachxl7 years ago
Do you believe that ancient aliens or otherworldly beings once lived on Earth?Did they give mankind technology? Was humanity more advanced in the past (Atlantis, pyramids, Damascus steel)?
by Julie Grimes6 years ago
Do you believe that ancient aliens helped in the ancient development of human civilization?Do you believe in the ancient alien theory, and if you do what has been the most compelling evidence for you?
by Tmonica5 years ago
Do ancient aliens really exist?
by Chasuk5 years ago
If you believe that it is, do you accept its supernatural claims?
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