Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

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Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

Unread post by AustralopithecineOz » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:07 pm

Gary Opit reports on the discovery of skulls that appear to be unknown (or Homo Erectus) in Victoria Australia.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_ ... 6467438421

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Unread post by Dion » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:20 pm

Follow up from above, very interesting.

http://forgottenorigin.com/before-their ... -australia
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Unread post by Slats » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:50 pm

Thanks for the links guys I am keen to read any papers that will be published about the discovery it will undoubtedly shake up the scientific community.

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Unread post by Simon M » Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:50 pm

Thank you for those links! I'm looking forward to reading more about these finds.

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Unread post by inthedark » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:36 pm

Slats wrote:
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Thanks for the links guys I am keen to read any papers that will be published about the discovery it will undoubtedly shake up the scientific community.

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Unfortunately, it hasn't shaken up anyone. When the science community ignores a find like this, you can be certain that it's for good reason.

if these were genuinely an unknown branch of the 'human' family, the entire world would know about it by now.

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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

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inthedark wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:36 pm
Unfortunately, it hasn't shaken up anyone. When the science community ignores a find like this, you can be certain that it's for good reason.

if these were genuinely an unknown branch of the 'human' family, the entire world would know about it by now.
"Science" although the basis for most facts can be very stubborn at new findings or approaching subjects that peers may frown upon.
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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

Unread post by inthedark » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:20 pm

Dion wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:52 pm
inthedark wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:36 pm
Unfortunately, it hasn't shaken up anyone. When the science community ignores a find like this, you can be certain that it's for good reason.

if these were genuinely an unknown branch of the 'human' family, the entire world would know about it by now.
"Science" although the basis for most facts can be very stubborn at new findings or approaching subjects that peers may frown upon.
I'm not sure why they would be, other than in cases where there is likely nothing to be gained by pursuit, and plenty to lose (like a career!). In a case like this one, just about ANY scientist would be very very keen to pursue it, if there was actually anything of interest in the find. That none have, tells us that there is little (to nil) chance it's what the guy thinks it is.

I feel we need to be realistic about this stuff. Bonafide new discoveries don't make the light of day and get ignored by science. They just don't. If we find ourselves having to come up with conspiracy theories to try to explain science's disinterest, we're probably not approaching the matter with the right mindset. I say this with respect, and an interest in keeping this field 'clean'. Hope that makes sense.

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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

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I'm not sure why they would be, other than in cases where there is likely nothing to be gained by pursuit, and plenty to lose (like a career!).....
Absolutely agree with your first sentence wholeheartedly, I think you will find most respected scientists wont touch this subject with a poking stick. Mainly because the unknown/non tangible freaks most scientific based organisations out. If you have a family and or a steady job, who is going to put that at risk to pursue a risky assault on being the first to discover a relic hominid or something which isn't that at all, but more dare I say..... abnormal paranormal or better put spiritual.
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I feel we need to be realistic about this stuff. Bonafide new discoveries don't make the light of day and get ignored by science. They just don't....... I say this with respect, and an interest in keeping this field 'clean'. Hope that makes sense.
Yes make perfect sense.
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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:11 pm

These best example of the skull finds was found in Wimmera in Victoria. I posted the image here...

download/file.php?id=6222&mode=view

Check out the orbital sockets on this bad boy...
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Unread post by Slats » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:47 pm

It's interesting what the links are saying about it all. I don't think Gary Opit would be flippant about it. There has to be some legitimacy to it all.

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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

Unread post by inthedark » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:10 am

Dion wrote:
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Absolutely agree with your first sentence wholeheartedly, I think you will find most respected scientists wont touch this subject with a poking stick. Mainly because the unknown/non tangible freaks most scientific based organisations out. If you have a family and or a steady job, who is going to put that at risk to pursue a risky assault on being the first to discover a relic hominid or something which isn't that at all, but more dare I say..... abnormal paranormal or better put spiritual.
It's not the potential for it to be something unknown, really. The unknown is exactly what science tries to 'know', after all! The problem is that there is nothing to indicate that it is something unknown. And there really isn't anything like 'fear of the unknown' involved, but I suspect we elect to believe that, as a means of avoiding the confronting reality that we might be slightly delusional (scared). We'd prefer to think THEY are the crazy ones, which shows how desperate we can be to deny the lack of evidence for the some of the things we choose to believe.

As regards the 'paranormal' and/or 'spiritual', these are the province of myth and religion, not science. It's a mistake to regard these things as of any interest whatsoever to science. That's a bit like saying that plumbers should take a professional interest in hairdressing (woot)

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Re: Non Homo Sapiens skulls found in Victoria.

Unread post by ripperton » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:15 pm

paulmcleod67 wrote:
Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:11 pm
download/file.php?id=6222&mode=view
Check out the orbital sockets on this bad boy...
With the skull narrowing so much behind the "sockets" I cant see the eye balls being rotative.
More fixed ,like an owl. Has to turn his head to pan his view.

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