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Uthors show how this very precise unit of 82966656cm proven to have been used in the construction of thousands of megalithic structures in Britain and France was derived from observing the rate of the spin of the Earth based on a form of geometry that had 366 degrees to match the 366 rotations of the Earth in a year They reveal how this is part of an integrated system far advanced than a. There is no way to easily explain the relationship between the modern meter imperial units and the circumference of the planet earth or how a supposedly primitive society knew and used knowledge of the shape and size of our world to establish a uniform measurement system one seemingly shared by the Minoan culture Sumer the old Indus valley culture and pre modern Japan A true eye opener albeit one written in a manner conducive to shuteye syndrome There must be a better way to write about this astonishing topic For masochists only

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Civilization One The World Is Not as You Thought it WasNything used today which forms the basis of both the Imperial and the Metric systems The ancient scientists understood the dimensions motions and relationships of the Earth Moon and Sun they measured the solar system and even understood how the speed of light was integrated into the movements of our planet The implications of these revelations go far beyond the fascination of discovering. Started out interesting but went downhill fast when the authors kept exclaiming every other page how unbelievable everything they found was and that while it could have been a coincidence it was obviously not the case Also the point where the book went from scientific facts to ascribing it all to God was not really my favourite part

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Civilization One The World Is Not as You Thought it Was free read ¿ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB À This is the extraordinary story of how the uest to try to crack the mystery of the Megalithic Yard an ancient unit of linear measurement led to the discovery of compelling evidence pointing to This is the extraordinary story of how the uest to try to crack the mystery of the Megalithic Yard an ancient unit of linear measurement led to the discovery of compelling evidence pointing to the existence of an unknown highly advanced culture which was the precursor to the earliest known civilizations such as the Sumerians and the Egyptians There must have been a Civilization One The a. While I am willing to be convinced that there was an ice age civilization which passed knowledge of stoneworking techniues and so on down to successor civilizations this book does little to support the argument It's like unto a philosopher who says let's imagine a world where and then proceeds to try producing observations about the real world from this imaginary data setGraham Hancock makes better arguments