Donald S. Rosenow (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 26 Aug 1998 14:31:54 +0100
i may be the only one here that wonders this, but if humanity has existed on
earth for as long as we seem to have, (estimates range anywhere from 300,000
years to 3 million years, in our modern form) why is it we have only started
to evolve intellectually within the last few thousand years? actually Pirsig
says it has only happened in this century!
Fossil and archaeological evidence is in decidedly short supply. That doesn't
preclude an antediluvian civilization, but even if one existed it would not have
been as technologically advanced as ours. Surely some evidence would remain?
Beyond Cayce, I mean.
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