Research on Intelligent Design

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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

The Intelligent Design... Of Mound Mountains With Pyramids Inside

Taken from: http://quezi.com/532 : JianJunTen (General's Tomb), or the "Pyramid of the East," in Ji'an, near the border with North Korea. - courtesy kevsunblush - CC-BY

"There was a time when Chinese pyramids were considered speculation and myth but now we can say, yes, there are pyramids in China. For many years scholars considered chinese pyramids as nothing more than large mounds, but things have changed... Most of the earlier stories were based on the existence of the “Great White Pyramid.” A photo of this pyramid in the Qinling mountains was said to have been taken by Americans in 1945, but it remained in military files for 45 years. Also US Air Force pilot James Gaussman claimed to have seen a white jewel-topped pyramid while flying between India and China during World War II. However, there is little evidence for this claim. Then, In 2000 China stated that there were some 400 pyramids in the Shanxi region. Smaller than the legendary “Great White Pyramid,” these ancient remains have been classified by some as burial mounds. In 2006 it was announced that Chinese archaeologists discovered a group of ancient tombs shaped like pyramids which dated back at least 3,000 years, in northeast China’s Jilin Province. The tombs covered an area of 500,000 square meters and were found after water erosion exposed part of a mountain, revealing two of the tombs. Six smaller tombs had eroded away leaving no clue as to their original size and appearance. But the biggest tomb, located on the south side of the mountain, could clearly be seen as a pyramid shape with three layers from bottom to top.
Some of the pyramids in China are as large as any that can be found in Egypt, Mexico or any other part of the world. However, one of the problems in studying them is that they are most all in a military restricted region and virtually closed off to outsiders. Following is a list of Chinese pyramids that are now recognized. Inner Mongolian pyramid (1 kilometer north of Sijiazi Town, Aohan County)Maoling MausoleumPyramid of Gathering (Tibet)Qin Shi Huang’s mausoleumZangkunchongStep Pyramid (Ziban). However, the elusive “Great White Pyramid” is still among the missing."
(Courtesy of Unjournaled! by Dino Avdibeg from Denmark)

Pyramid found - in the heart of Bosnia!! (Thursday, October 27, 2005)

Of it, 'digger' Slowspin wrote, 180 days ago (with 82 comments, to date):
"The pyramid is 100 metres high and there is evidence that it contains rooms and a monumental causeway... The plateau is built of stone blocks, which indicates the presence at the time of a highly developed civilisation."

The media, never up-to-date, just presented it the next way: Bosnian Town Hopes to Cash in on Pyramid. VISOKO, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Apr. 11, 2006 (CBS News.)

My Comment: When the Conquerors from Spain arrived to Mexico, the natives covered many of their Pyramids with stones and soil... so many of them also remain uncoverend 'till this day, looking something like:

Future holds a great future for ID researchers, most abundantly, in Central and South America, I think... so, ID can help in archaeology. Meanwhile, this work in Bosnia is amazing!

History-laden hill contains human-made tunnels, researchers say

For the last link, Zogger wrote:

"Researchers have started exploration into an elaborate underground tunnel structure found under a large hill in Bosnia. The quite regular shape of the small mountain combined with the discoveries and the old legends that go with the place have lead some to speculate it might be the first true man made pyramid found in Europe. Aerial remote sensing has located two other potential pyramids in the same area."

Many more amazing related pictures can be found at Google Images.

2 Comments:

Blogger Breslin83 said...

I was wondering...do you think Dembski's explanatory filter could be useful in say..reverse transcription? An what about a 'design calculator'? Has anybody tried making a machine or computer program that allows you to plug numbers into the right paramaters to see if a given thing passes the test? That would be interesting...but it almost seems to easy.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006 3:07:00 PM  
Blogger Rick Miller said...

Folks, the possibility of Bosnian "pyramids" has already been investigated... and rejected.

They're just hills.

See...
http://subrosa.dailygrail.com/download.html
http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba92/feat3.shtml
http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/313/5794/1718

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 2:37:00 PM  

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