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Theory of Entropy
August 21, 2018
7:07 pm
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kurt
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Here is my conspiracy theory, although not really conspiracy more just theory.  I call it the theory of entropy and it is the idea that an advanced human civilization could have lived on Earth in the near past <500,000 years ago without us realizing.  Any materials they could have used for construction of cities would be completely gone by now and could be dispersed in a number of ways to look natural to us.

I have done a lot of research on this and there is a possibility of it happening but it would need the right conditions obviously.  Everything weathers, steels rust, plastics eventually degrade, monuments degrade as well. 

Plants takeover everything once people leave, ice melting and freezing destroys things, glaciers crush things, wildfires burn everything.

Basically there would be nothing left.  I have a blog and website dedicated to the theory that goes into much more detail here

What do you all think of the theory?

August 23, 2018
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This is a very good theory.  Modern materials do not last very well at all.  Even plastic is not as durable as some metals.  Only gold will last a very long time.  

When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)

August 29, 2018
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Thanks!

The thing about gold though even though it lasts forever is is very malleable and can tarnish when it isn't super pure.

 

So a very pure gold object like a bar would get disfigured easily and after new soil is formed it will get buried and the pressures will flatten it so it won't be distinguishable as a bar anymore and would appear as a large gold nugget.

 

if it were alloyed with something to give it strength then it will tarnish quicker.  And there is no way to date gold it can only be relatively dated by the alloy content of the materials which only tells you if it was a modern ratio which basically means nothing.

 

im going to add some more posts to the blog soon.

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