Zero Point

Zero PointZero Point is a three part series consisting of excerpts from freely available information found online.

Zero Point uncovers the messages expressed through ancient monuments worldwide, examines various maps, monuments and artifacts which seem to reveal great secrets about the nature of time, our past and our future.

The film also discusses the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio throughout the natural world and in the ancient megaliths are fundamental clues in uncovering the true nature of reality.

Messages from the Past features Graham Hancock, David Wilcock, Terrence McKenna and more, and focuses on a hidden episode in human history, unlocking the secrets of the Precession of the Equnioxes and its significance.

The Structure of Infinity takes a more focused look at the fractal nature of the Universe. Through examination of The Mandelbrot set and Fractal Geometry, Zero Point : Volume II takes us on a journey through the Fractal Universe culminating in a paradigm shifting view on the nature of reality itself.

The Legacy of the Ark concludes by examining the secrets of the Ark of the Covenant. What was the Ark? What was its Purpose? and How did it work?

Beyond, explores the nature of consciousness, examining scientific discoveries that demonstrate the effect of consciousness on the material world and considering the implications.

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  • dmxi

    entertaining,but scepsis should be applied...would be beautiful if true.

  • wald0

    1 minute 50 sec. in and I had to shut it off. The guys starts his arguement by saying we don't have any idea when, why, or in most cases how these monuments and so forth were constructued- not true at all. Then he admits we have the opinions of scholars but nothing more, well thats all we ever have when we are dealing with pre-history genuis and, he forgets to mention these opinions are based on factual evidence and well established context. This is simply another fiction built around the mystery of prehistoric ruins, which some people seem to enjoy indulging in. I say have at it, playing this kind of game with pre-history can be fun if it remains a game and doesn't try to claim ligitimacy.

  • PaulGloor

    This should be amusing, when I have 5 hours to spare !

  • dmxi

    it's all quite logical if you consider that these categories of documentaries are
    building the fundament for past,current &/or future fantasy/sci-fi films,giving them credentials for a possibility of portraying actual historic events or an alternative view of evolution etc......neatly packaged latent advertising for a future hollywood production,like the apollo 18 film.masked as amatuer or homemade doc's posted on you tube prior to the release of the movie which un-noticeably incites interest & attention making it believable for the easy minded & nourishing a market which evolved around these subjects.very clever...but that technique doesn't work with me!anyway,i'm off to the cinema as i somehow have the urge to see 'cloud atlas' & i hate t.hanks.......................weird?>smirk<

  • fonbindelhofas

    its basicly wonderful nature phenomenon/duchebags talk alien nonsense
    unrelated.
    ...aliens teach shells to design shells?
    those poor poor people, /facepalm.

  • kbeslic

    18 minutes and excelent

  • Secretagent667

    "Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance"

    Albert Einstein

    ...

  • TheDanishViking

    18 minutes in: hmmm. He is a great storyteller. I only wish I knew more about this subject on beforehand because I suspect he lets out some amount of bulls***. Just not sure how much...

  • fonbindelhofas

    major gravity bull****:(

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    That was to be expected..all the smarties hate the doc....but go to the second part (about 10 minutes in) where it explains the Mandelbrot set...you'll enjoy it a bit more, not that you'll learn much but at least you'll appreciate the effort. lol

    1i

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    "1 minute 50 sec. in and I had to shut it off".
    - says a lot really- there is some very interesting stuff in here especially the schwarzchild proton theory that arrives at the end.
    but if you shut your mind your not going to learn anything new are you?
    #there is some amazing architectural history from the opening speaker that is incredibly insightful and obviously creative- to dismiss him for his creativity is frankly -stupid- you ever heard egyptologists argue? i have they cant agree on anything- bit like physicists....

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    Well said- but its his loss hes missing out rather a lot of very interesting information and artifacts- the south american stone carvings and the ancient maps were fascinating...
    There seems to be a little cabal on this site of very very consistent opinions who wade in on any video they even think is remotely challenging preconceived "scientific religious" notions-
    How about the notion that in order to understand someone fully- you cant pull context and pick and choose which parts you listen to.

    To quote the man he dismissed so easilyi believe waldo has "a vested intellectual interest in the existing models, they teach them, grew up with them and took them in with their mothers milk- its human nature to find it extremely difficult to deal with evidence that contradicts these models"

  • PaulGloor

    3:20... i'm already facepalming, sadly shaking my head and arguing with my computer.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    we didnt know it was land till the fifties i think but the map certainly did...provided its not fake which i dont think it is as it predates the actual modern discovery of a land mass.

  • Pysmythe

    You might want to try just skipping the first part and moving on to the second. There's some really interesting stuff in that one, most of it probably pretty familiar to you, but still well worth a watch, imo. The pseudoscience bs doesn't show up at all in this one until precisely an hour and 4 minutes in, at which point you could just skip the rest of it.
    If you ever happened to see Darren Aronofsky's great surrealist film Pi, if you didn't already know it, you'll surely recognize where he got a lot of his ideas for it.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    not that much= but he is rather imaginative...antartica as a land mass showing up on an ancient map is a very very curious find indeed- his theory that it once contained a civilisation isnt too far fetched at all.- if you actually think about it.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    They are not the smarties my friend...they are smartarses...very different- once you have educated yourself to a standard above the norm its very easy to stop learning and just use your knowledge to belittle ideas by others who are learning and give up learning altogether..

    If any
    they are

  • Pysmythe

    Especially if you're an H.P. Lovecraft fan. :)

  • Pysmythe

    I didn't see your post before I posted mine... but it seems our thought-processes were a little intertwined, for a change, eh? :)

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    or...why not just watch the whole thing and make your own mind up!
    just an idea.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    fractal thought processes.
    1i

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    I had to stop at 58:12 (on volume two) when he says: when he presses on his eye lids he sees similar patterns.
    Often times when i take a long bath, i like to do it with the light off, door closed, curtain shut...in as complete darkness as possible and i often close my eyes and press on my eye lids and watch the pattern play in my mind.
    I never compared it to Mandelbrot but more like geometrical patterns of light, they get very intricate.
    1i

  • Pysmythe

    Are you sure you aren't assuming something?
    "Just an idea," by the way, is an accurate (and polite) enough description of nearly everything in the first part, at this point.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    I find it peculiar how this doc is under Conspiracy as if Vlatko was putting it on as a joke, quite possibly expecting people to make fun of it (and they did).
    When in fact this doc has a lot of very interesting facts and i must say having it on TDF is a great way to promote the film.
    Many regular participants on the commentary thread will instantly mock it (and not watch it) but many others who do not comment will quite possibly watch it and enjoy it.
    I agree volume one is just a bunch of repeated stuff that we have seen in many similar docs but volume two so far is quite entertaining....and mind opening.
    Volume three will be for tomorrow.
    1i

  • Pysmythe

    I used to have a very similar experience when I would fall asleep in school (which was often)... I would press my eyeballs against my forearm and really get into the constantly evolving patterns that would emerge, consisting primarily of the colors gold and purple, as the backgrounds, with bursts of tiny pinpricks of flashing lights like stars. And I clearly remember having the impression that I was constantly "falling into a space" that would go on as long and deep as I would allow it to... or until the bell rang, or the teacher smacked me.

  • Pysmythe

    It happened again, lol... I was also planning on watching volume three tomorrow.
    It's a weird night!

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    Let's guess what we'll dream about tonight? lol
    I think i may be getting a new job locally.
    1i

  • Pythus

    its called zero point because there is zero point in watching a closeup shot on a fake scientists face while he yammers about nonsense for two hours.

  • TheDanishViking

    There are many, many interesting observations. For example, the pyramid in Giza is exactly lined so that it points north/south east/west and also it is positioned exactly one third of the earths total diameter north from the South pole. These kinds of facts are very intriguing (if they are true?). But take any number of observations about anything and you will always find some kind of "pattern" - in this matter the docu is completely uncritical. FInally there is also some very, very funny and totally menaningsless observations made in the end, for example by McKenna. I have read one of his books and he was a fun person. But... he should not be taken too serious. I will definetly watch the next parts, though!

  • http://www.facebook.com/roger.gordon.169 Roger Gordon

    I have enough of mystifying. We don't know how they build that. We know pretty much about all monuments. Only this bimbos mystify and lie to get publicity. When I see these names Graham Hancock, David Wilcock then it is very much all half-truths, lies and looney.They sell books and this kind of documentary makes them more visible. Then a view of a polar cap by Erich von Däniken another MEGA Looney he is the most dangerous of those half-truths nuts that guy probably sold most of his books.

    Save your brain capacity for more importaint and more relevant documentaries cause this is going no where. All of this is just sci-FY so if you like get thrilled and lied to then go for it. If you search truth just skip it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/roger.gordon.169 Roger Gordon

    Guys pressing your eyeballs may produce floaters in your eyes. The thing which you may see when you look at the blue skies.
    And I will get a shoot on the second part but hell if it just another BS.

  • wald0

    Give me a break, these things have been investigated- its called ligitimate archeology, history, etc. and it has real explanations for these sites. If you think investigating this kind of purely delusional rubbish is simply being thorough or fair, well i feel sorry for you. That is the same simple minded philosophy that suggests we should treat creationism and evolution as equals and "teach the controversy". The only problem is that among educated people there is no controversy, just as there is no controversy about who, when, or how these sites were built. Like I said if you want to play the game of making up history have at it, just don't expect anyone with a decent education to take it as anything more than a game.

  • wald0

    You know when I first read your comment I just popped off a fairly cheeky reply and let it go at that (awaiting moderators approval), but then I thought- No, here is another person seriousely confused about how scientific investigation should and does work- take the time to explain it to them- so here you are, this is why I don't feel this warrants "investigation".

    Lets say you retuned home today to find your prize Grey Hound that costed thousands missing from his pen. The kids are crying and you stand to lose lots of money- so you hire a private investigator to discover how the dog got out and why. Three weeks later he meets with you to report his results. Now, would you consider him to be a biased or bad investigator if he didn't give the possibility of the dog being assisted by aliens equal consideration as say the dog simply scratching out from under the fence? What if other reputable, trained investigators had already established by way of hard evidence and tried and true methodology that the dog did scratch his way out, what if the investigator you hired then turned around and said- "No, even though there are scratch marks we can't prove that an alien didn't help the dog so I think that should get equal consideration." Better yet, what if when he presented his theory to others he conveniently left out the scratch marks all together? Wouldn't that seem a little odd, like he was tryiong to lead others to think what he wanted them to?

    See we know how these sites were made, we have hard evidence and proof of how they were made. Yes, egyptologist argue over small details- so what? That has nothing to do with the larger narrative that jumps out at even the untrained when all the evidence is presented. What if I told you that we have unfinished stones, half worked at Pumapunku and many other sites mentioned? That we have found copper chisels there and even molds used to make them on site? That the stone they call ganite is actually red sand stone that is very easily worked? and comes from close by? That we even made some of these chisels in the very way they did and we were able to work the stone with no problem into the same shapes they did. I mean this is just one of the sites they mention, we have facts like this they left out from all of them. These facts clearly demonstrate a very terrestrial construction crew with very mondane human abilities and nothing more. The construction of the pyramids even looks as if it has been solved, finally. That hasn't been fully vetted yet and will be released to the general public sometime in the next year I would assume.

    Look, I have nothing against open investigation that considers all possibilities. But, saying we should teach the contoversy or give psuedo-scientific rubbish the same consideration as ligitimate science out of a sense of fairness is using people's intuition against their intellect. Our intuition tells us that fairness is important and that equal consideration seems fair but, our intellect tells us that giving out landish fantasy the same consideration as real scientific hypothesis is both counter productive and a waste of prescious time. Besdies in this case we have ligitimate, terrestrial theories that have stood the test of real scientific scrutiny, we should never replace that with psuedo-scientific fairness.

  • dmxi

    graham c*ck-in-hand ruins it via self-judgement due to his connect-the-dots philosophy......very unsubstantiated. at least my attention was directed towards the emerald tablets of thoth,very intruiging & worth a research. as others suggest i will give part two a try.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    Achems, what is your thought on what Nassim Haramein presents in Volume two at 1:26:30 until the end of that volume?
    1i

  • Eric Fortier

    You suffer from a hilarious fact-based scientific deduction view. You are the essence of the problem among our world.

    You are the one who takes every single fact as just that, fact. There is nothing else.

    People into this "conspiracy" or "theory" stuff are thinkers. They all consider that this may very well be fiction, and that it's not safe to assume things. They don't take theory for fact, they question the interpretation of the facts, not the facts themselves. That is your gross and overlooked estimation and assumption.

    You really just look like a slave when you use your left brain to live your life.

    Either way, you will never understand because your "logical" side won't allow you to.

  • Secretagent667

    haha yes i just replied to his reply and then realised to late that by dismissing it without watching it he did in fact prove one hypothesis right as you point out there.
    hahahahaha
    Irony is my favourite form of humour XD

    "you ever heard egyptologists argue? i have they cant agree on anything- bit like physicists...."
    Literal Laugh out Loud :D

  • Achems_Razor

    oQ...my thoughts on Nassim? after I had watched what you suggested, a lot of difference from mainstream science, seems he is always into spin, spinners.

    He says that the entire mass of the universe is inside of a single Atom, somehow that does not quite fly with me.

    On his "Schwarzschild proton papers? seems a lot of discrepancies.

    azureworld.blogspot.ca/2010/06/whats-so-misleading-about-nassim.html

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    Who mentioned aliens? not one squeek about aliens in this video i seem to remember...
    what you miss is firstly the actual content of the video...
    i saw the first p[art as more of a challenge to the accepted timeline and perception of how sophisticated the thought processes of the ancients were- the fact that the precision and mathematics of the pyramids that manifest in reality-
    you know? they are there? you can measure them see?
    completely disagree with what established egyptologists theorize.
    if you actually knew its subject matter thaen i would pay you a bit more respect but you dont.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    Its gaining ground in the physics community- the standard model doesnt work, never has and bits get added as time goes on- while maybe not the whole answer -nassims papers are more thought provoking than reading the entire tome of penroses "road to reality".
    physics is making roads back toward the etheric theories and folks like harriman are leading the way- we are all just a big infinitely infinite singularity.
    sure beats riemann surfaces and p-branes...

  • Pysmythe

    Part Three: Total. Unmitigated. Bullsh*t, from start to finish. So much so that I can honestly say there is not a single item in it anywhere that warrants any serious consideration whatsoever on any level other than the comic.
    Well, that's not altogether true... Because if what this is comprised of is your idea of legitimate history and research, you'll never want for moonshine.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    yep part 3 is totally bonkers- i do like stuff like this though- not for giggles but for the creativity such ideas must come from...
    It also intrigues me the recurring themes these esotericists come up with- reptilians, knights templar, the ark, geometry, the bible they are very consistent with the subjects of their theories.
    Also the stuff about momatomic gold and its modern rediscovery is rather interesting.
    A fifth phase state of matter is always a nice find in a documentary that is pure bullsh)t of course....yawn..

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    I wasn't asking your thoughts on Nassim...i kind of already know what you think of him since about 2 yrs ago. I happen to have the opinion that the guy sounds like a lunatic even though he may be saying some truth. His style, composure, his self-bolstering demeanors are very unattractive...meaning not attracting positive attention.
    I was asking what you thought of what he presents. You say difference from mainstream science...well i see nothing wrong with that if there is any possibilitity of the theory being somewhat right or leading in a right direction.
    I liked the way he presents the sun moving in space with the eleptical movement of the planets following...have you ever heard of anything as such in all your reading?

    That's what i was asking about.
    1i

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    according to wiki
    the sarcophagus is said to measure 6.49 feet x 2.22 x 2.86
    the ark of the covenant is said to measure 4.29 feet x 2.59 x 2.59
    doesn't quite fit according to those measure but it is a nice idea.
    1i

  • Achems_Razor

    oQ...When I say different from mainstream science, I mean untested, not peer reviewed not even theories but suppositions.

    The planets would not be doing that weird dance, lagging behind the sun because the gravitons that are the carriers of gravity, go the same speed as the speed of "C" 186,000 miles per second, and the planets would not be travelling millions of miles in space as the weird orbital dance that is shown on the doc., if so everything would be pulled asunder by gravity. Imagine what it would do to time as we know it. Even our Moon, if it decided to do that strange dance around the earth would pull and fragmentize the earth to pieces by the Moons gravity.

    Look at the links that @TheDanishViking: and I have included about Harriman.

  • Pysmythe

    Regarding this third part, you certainly have to give them some credit for imagination, and for making usually very tenuous (if creative) connections between things to make their claims seem more substantial than they are. For example, when Haramein talks about the Ark having parted the waters of the river, years after the exodus from Egypt, and then tries to establish a connection between some esoteric knowledge Moses must have received as an Egyptian royal and the Ark. He plainly states that the Ark, as "an anti-gravity device," must therefore also have been used to part the Red Sea, while failing to mention that the bible clearly places the building of the Ark well after that "event"... So why would that particular piece of information suddenly not matter? Or does he think most people are too uninformed about the bible these days to notice that he does, in fact, completely omit mentioning it? On the other hand, if he's assuming his audience does know the OT well enough, you can still see how he's making an assumption of his own that doesn't really do much to bolster his argument: He can only make it work by very selectively leaving out a pretty pertinent piece of information.

    It's a small example, but... all that sort of thing was just all over this one.

    I mentioned Lovecraft earlier because just recently I read his great little novella 'At the Mountains of Madness,' published in 1931. I didn't realize it until after I did, and until I'd further read a couple of articles and reviews about it online, but apparently it turns out this classic story has actually had a pretty significant influence on the whole ancient Antarctic civilization (and ancient aliens) thing we've got going on now. And it does make me wonder a lot about the extent of the influence, perhaps even unrecognized influence, of creative writing on this culture that has been building up. I wonder if he may have been an influence on von Daniken, for instance. I would think so, since I read 'Chariot' way back in '80, and can now see Lovecraft in more than a few of the ideas in that book... And another thing is, while Lovecraft was in turn influenced by Poe's 'Gordon Pym' novel somewhat, which is also a horror story, and concludes in Antarctica, and evidently had a long fascination from childhood with the mystery of the continent, I can't think of any story I've ever heard of or read prior to the year his was published that uses those elements of an ancient extraterrestrial civilization there, and, probably even more significantly, maintains that the long gone civilization has had a hidden and continuing influence in the modern world.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    The planet do not appear to be lagging behing the sun, they seem to keep up with it according to his graph. But if you say so!
    In a funny way, it reminds me of a mom walking with a bunch of over energetic kids running around.
    I suppose time will tell if it's right or wrong...time in our dimension always does that.
    I like how informed you seem to be about what goes and what doesn't go so far.
    DO you get the math too?
    1i

  • dewflirt

    Guys, is it really that bad? I was going to make lemon drizzle cake and have a nice little Saturday snooze with this doc, I've been saving it. Is it even funny amusing? :(

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @oQ,

    Hilarious. Self proclaimed authority on physics who's selling DVDs on his website.

    Here's one excellent quote from Bob's website:

    The technology you have in your home comes from Physics working the way physicist say it works, not the way Nassim Haramein says it works. Period!

    Here's another one:

    20 YEARS of physics boiled down to a few videos, some general relativity thrown in there with singularity dynamics, and then words like "dynamics" used a lot.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    @Dew..i think skipping volume 1 is a good idea, you wouldn't miss much as it has been presented a bunch of times. Seeing volume 2 will make you ponder on things as you eat that wonderful cake and volume 3 will give you the chuckle you wish for.
    All in all volume 2 is like the substance in a white bread sandwich.
    If you hate Haramein, you'll have even more reason to hate him.
    1i

  • Plenum

    Those maps at the very beginning of the film may have come from the Chinese... Read "1421 - The Year China Discovered the World" by Gavin Menzies. Gavin Menzies is a former British naval officer who has documented voyages by three Chinese armadas, which in 1421, went in different directions and together, circumnavigated Antarctica.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    In 2009 a lot of people believed things they no longer believe in 2012. But you're right...he is a bit coocoo.
    See what i think of him as a person down below. But hey! i never met him one on one.
    By the way, is he or is he not published?
    1i

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    Many physicists are helping sell dvds these days, it's like a competion of who's gonna make it in the limelight. Wonder how much they get paid for signing those contracts? Not yet in the amount of Brad and Anjelina but may be closer to the Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green.
    Documentary participation is becoming the big thing, ...you know.
    1i

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @oQ,

    Okaaay... I guess you know the next question: Name one physicist who's selling his presentations (in which he explains his theories) via DVDs. That is his own DVDs. The very first sign of quackery is selling DVDs and products.

    We know scientists are interviewed in documentaries, but they do not record their presentations and sell that on DVD via personal website.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    my answer would be: they don't need to, they get ample grant and aid for their research. But as i said the popular ones such as Kaku, Green, and that cute English man get plenty of money from the makers of the scientific doc. Also they sell plenty of books such as Michio Kaku and to attend their presentation cost an arm and a leg.
    Not so for non-main stream science, some go the way they can, but still their doc is available for free most of the time on the net.
    1i

  • CapnCanard

    at the risk of offending Objectivists and other followers of Ayn Rand, this doc is not bad. Yes, a lot of fun conjecture and speculation but still worth watching if you got the time to spend watching 5 plus hours. Enjoy...

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LK6B2HGMK4EHZ6YJ3I6WFKY77U DigiWongaDude

    "the standard model doesnt work, never has and bits get added as time goes on". - I AM POP SLAG.

    I confess, I have just jumped in on this; deciding whether to watch this or not. I saw your comment and needed an "excuse me" interrupt. If i am quoting you out of context, forgive me.

    The 'missing piece' of the standard model was the Higgs particle. They officially found it earlier this year, at the LHC. Your comment about it not working is simply not true. Your claim that they need to add bits [to get it to appear to work], is wholly untrue. It works and furthermore has directly predicted the existence of particle(s), before we discovered them.

  • englishjakes

    hey any one who has studied string theory in any depth would understand that nassims theories arent all that weird. and the math that he provided is sound even if it is not logical but the same can be said for quantum mechanics and string theory ill have to do more research as the video did not provide much info on how he derived his formulas but as i said its not to strange to imagine. especially when you account for fractals appearing everywhere in nature

  • Achems_Razor

    Belief has nothing to do with it, 2009 or no. The planet or comet or whatever it was did not know it was not supposed to arrive at 2009.

    Not published with any peer reviewed scientific papers that I know of.

    Anyway my thoughts on him is that he is a new age quack. Spinning his fantastic tales.

    Check what is said about his (Not peer reviewed) paper..."The Schwarzchild Proton"

    azureworld.blogspot.ca/2010/02/nassim-haramein-fraud-or-sage-part-2.html

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @oQ,

    Grants are given to the institution, the laboratory, etc. Experienced senior physicist makes around $100,000 per year. In short, grants are just injection for the research itself, not a personal gain for the scientist. Plus they're are getting the grants because they showed progress and achievements, and because they proved to be useful with their previous work. Grants are not given because of rumors and gossip. Period.

    How do you know that Kaku, Green, etc. are getting plenty of money from the doc makers? I think you've just made this up, and you intentionally do harm. Can you prove it? My research shows that participants in educational documentaries are never asking for and never receive any money (except lunch, stay in a hotel, etc), and if they do that would be donation to a charity of their choice.

    And there is no non-mainstream science. Another thing you've just made up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/drew.nobbs Drew Nobbs

    I you give blocks to a child he will eventually build a pyramid form it has nothing to do with a linked culture its just the mosy solid way to build without concrete and strucural steel

  • TheSatyaYuga

    I'm about 1 hour in and I fear it might turn into an ancient alien affair. Hopefully it doesn't as I'm enjoying it so far. Some really intriguing points are raised with regards to the general opaqueness of our past and how little we actually know. While the construction techniques of these monoliths are beginning to be understood their ultimate purpose remains somewhat mysterious.

    The notion that a sophisticated civilisation existed in our deep past isn't so far fetched when you consider just how easily information/knowledge can be destroyed, lost and forgotten. During the Dark Ages much of the knowledge of antiquity was lost only for it to be rediscovered. Imagine where we would be now if the Renaissance never happened, or worst still the knowledge was completely lost.

  • TheDanishViking

    I agree. I was of the same opinion one hour into the film. However, in my opinion it starts out great but then it goes off the rails. A big shame.
    I would be interesting to know your opinion after one more hour?

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @oQ,

    If you care to read the comments properly, you would have noticed that I said "around $100,000 per year", which means it can be below or above that mark. Further more if you care to analyze the content of the link you provided (across all laboratories) you'll realize that the average salary of a Physicist is still around $100,000.

    But as I expected, what you offer is just nitpicking and splitting hears. And you didn't comment about grants and participation in documentaries.

  • TheSatyaYuga

    Completely agree. When McKenna was introduced I lost a little interest. His whole time wave theory stinks of pseudo 'scientific' BS and has no real evidence to support it. He essentially formed his ideas after taking some shrooms or dmt or both. With regards to the 2012 'age of transition' meme: I've long surmised that these ancient calenders such as the Mayan serve the same purpose as any modern calender. Mere tools used by man in order to quantify the natural reality in which he finds himself.

    Part 2 follows a similar formula to the first. Some thought provoking material (the question) followed by the pseudo science (the 'answer').

  • TheDanishViking

    Its a lot of fun sometimes though! In part three we have a guy with a strange pointy hat who is applying very high voltage to a gold model of the lost ark. I am not really sure why this is important, but for obvious reasons it is very dangerous and he might be electricuted and killed in the process :-) I cant wait to see what will happen! The human race is truly amazing! :-)
    (BTW: in part three there is a very boring lecture from 44 min to 1:33 that can be skipped.)

  • http://www.facebook.com/jack.orben Jack Orben

    Yeah and im guessing every human in ancient egypt could bicep curl a tonne.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LK6B2HGMK4EHZ6YJ3I6WFKY77U DigiWongaDude

    Approach these with extreme caution and even watch them in reverese order, so you can see the mumbo jumbo without any hypnotically induced side effects. Hypnotic? How? ...they always take this form:

    1) Extremely long to break down your ability to think critically, constantly.

    2) Extremely plausible to begin with. By presenting some mysteries (to an already questioning, open mind) that can easily be investigated.

    3) Swiftly [or not so swiftly] followed by, extremely blatant and contrived leaps that make the science fit the view (pseudo science).

    4) Terminating in the extremely ridiculous.

    Pseudo Science in action folks:

    1) That 26,000 year cycle just happens to be restarting all over again because 'some' unspecified arabs call some inobscure lump of rock pretruding from the chest of the sphynx 'the lion's heart', which also happens to be a name given to a star in some far flung constellation, which happens to be coming around again.

    2) From what I can tell, many folks conveniently signal 21st Dec 2012 as the move from Pisces to the age of Aquarius. But fixing this date is ridiculous. I.e. yesterday we were in the house of Pisces and today it is Aquarius - discrepancies surrounding this transition vary over a period of one hundred and twenty years. Here, they fix it convenietly to 21st Dec 2012 (no doubt to tie in with the Mayan calender)...at what 3:26pm? Ludicrous.

    Q: did YOU question these, or just hynotically let them slide in viewing an entertaining, interesting perspective?

  • http://www.facebook.com/harry.nutzack.1 Harry Nutzack

    wow, mumbo-jumbo supported by mathematical mumbo-jumbo. when they somehow made a leap from a post and lentle doorway to the greek letter pi, and then the leap that that greek letter would somehow be used to represent 22/7 by every civilization on the planet, i had to go find my rubber boots (much easier to rinse the residual bovine excrement from). when they then started playing "let's pretend" with geometry, i began searching online for hip waders. flights of fancy are not proven by supposition. every "proof" these charlatans offer up is entirely based on their own inferences. just the whole "circle-square" nonsense with the pyramid they demonstrated showed they are just playing games with numbers to convince the unintelligent they "had something". their con entirely reminds me of those "bible codebreakers" that spew nonsense to support randomly pulling letters from text to find "messages" they want to see there. yes, cereal boxes have the 10:16 ratio, because 10 inch wide boxes divide evenly into 40 inch wide pallets, and a height of 16 inches divides evenly into a 4 foot stacking height on those pallets. EUREKA!! proof pallet makers and shippers have "hidden esoteric knowledge".... how many of these lame vids must we be subjected to??

  • dmxi

    "snake-oil dilutes cognitive abilities."
    "bull-sh*t should be enjoyed with a nose peg !"
    "if mexicans illegally entered egypt 4ooo years ago then the pyramids were truly built by (illegal) 'aliens' !"
    -the producers
    -the wife of G.H.
    -the director

  • PeSO821

    if you are alreay mentaly ill, and want to deepen you symptoms
    take this doc. Very Serriously - it is ALL TRUE!

    and we (alien gods) are watching you

  • mthc86

    well... At least it's interesting to watch. Watching this does not demand anyone to try and figure out who or what is right or wrong.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    no theres some great stuff in there -you just have to separate it from some complete and total b*ll*cks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=873830645 Patrick Gainor

    I found this to be a great doc!

  • J. Pell

    lake vostok?

  • IndustryOfBlame

    This is the kind of documentary I put on before going to bed. I suffer from a sleeping disorder, and I've found this type of uninhibited nonsense to be of great help.

    I'm actually serious - you should all try it.

  • J. Pell

    agreed

  • http://www.facebook.com/harry.nutzack.1 Harry Nutzack

    so far it has worked for me 3 times, im trying for number 4 in a few minutes.... nighty niiiiight, lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/strawman11 Straw Paganda

    Wow!! i can't believe my video is up here, this is my first attempt at a documentary, i am a sound engineer by trade. I made this series in my spare time whilst i was studying for my degree as i find the subject matter fascinating and struggle to verbally convey this information to others. Volume I was made using Windows Live Movie Maker! I can see there is some quite heated debate and discussion about the subject matter and some disappointingly dismissive comments, ah well, you can't please everyone :-) I had noticed though that the people that call bullsh*t on everything in this video do not provide any supporting evidence for their statements and are characterised by an aggressive manner. By all means discuss and "debunk" the subject matter if you so desire, that's what the video is for and is no means meant as a statement of absolute truth, rather a starting point for additional research, but lets keep things constructive...

    Anyway, whatever your stance on the subject matter i want to thank you for taking the time to watch my little video project, i had no idea it would be viewed so many times. I am truly humbled and honoured, thankyou

  • http://www.facebook.com/strawman11 Straw Paganda

    who said anything about aliens?

  • Kateye70

    So, I usually read comments before watching; knowing this is your 'film project' I'll watch it and let you know what I think (critique).

    Do you actually subscribe to whatever is in this documentary? Or did you come across interesting information and get imaginative with it?

  • http://www.facebook.com/strawman11 Straw Paganda

    Hi there, my stance is fairly simple, this is the culmination of information and ideas that i find interesting. I don't do belief systems, i explore ideas. I feel that there is too much dogma in mainstream science and history, people settling for best guesses as absolute definitive "truth", albeit based on evidence. There are many alternative theories to these established norms and i feel they need to be explored. I feel that it is vital to approach information like this with a balanced mind, those of a purely academic disposition seem to have a problem with some of the ideas i have presented but ultimately the balance of science and philosophy is key (left/right brain hemispheres), coupled with a general acknowledgement that, as smart as we are, we still have much to learn as a species and we are never going to progress if we keep looking to our "intellectual superiors" to figure things out for us. My main purpose i suppose is to make people question what they think they know, this is what i have been doing for the last few years and these videos are a compilation of the information that has piqued my interest the most.

    I hope you enjoy them at the very least, but please remember that i am just a guy who made a YouTube video, i am not a scientist, nor a historian, i have no credentials, i have no agenda. All i want is for anyone who watches these videos to do so with an open mind and investigate further. :-)

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    Of course i didn't mean to say that he owns the intitution or lab. Just as people say at my university....
    As for the rest, i rest...you're as right as you can be for you and i am as right as i can be for me....until either one of us can prove ourself wrong to ourself. Discussions help change people's mind.
    1i

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    My hat to you for making a doc.
    If the subject wasn't interesting it wouldn't have made it here and people wouldn't have watched it.
    We know the world by what we know from other people.
    1i

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @oQ,

    See, it is not about proving you wrong, or proving me right. It is about looking at matters with rational thought and speaking the truth. You've made up that scientists make lot of money, and you've also made up that they get huge bonuses for their documentary participation.

    What you imply is that mainstream science is dogma that won't allow new data that would challenge the status quo. And this stems from your fallacious opinion on how science works.

    There is no status quo. A multitude of science ideas are challenged and refined every single day. If there was enough critical matter and scientifically meaningful data in the research of the scientists you've mentioned I assure you that someone, somewhere, would have seriously started to work on their thesis. But that is not happening. Why would the Chinese, Russians, Europeans, Japanese, etc ignore their work?

    Money is channeled where the success is most likely to happen, and where the work is the most promising.

  • http://1iotofoto.wix.com/otofoto oQ

    liked as in expected. Thanks for your time.
    1i

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    I saw it on youtube and recommended it to vlatko - its very well made in that it extracts a lot of worthwhile stuff from some interesting films made by ...how do you say...very imaginative proponents.
    Thanks very much for making it and combining some great if slightly suspectly unfactual documentaries.
    Many thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    "Money is channeled where the success is most likely to happen, and where the work is the most promising"
    more accurately
    "money is channeled where the success is most likely to happen, and where the work looks like it might turn a profit"

    which isnt even true anyway... the billions blown on tokamak research is testament to this- plus you also have to consider vested interests- noone is gettiung massive funding for anything that might shut down an established industry- pharmaceuticals, energy research etc.

  • http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/about/ Vlatko

    @I AM POP SLAG,

    I agree to a certain extent. Profit and vested interest plays an important role, but hey... we live in a world governed by politics and money. What would you expect?

    Would you invest in a startup that has no bullishness plan, no genuine idea, product, no detailed outline, or promising preliminary results? Of course not. Every rational businessmen (and government if it doesn't intend to launder some money) on this planet would invest money in sound projects. But people often make wrong judgments, for the simple fact that they're only people.

    Corruption, vested interest, etc. will be present for long time to come, but they do not comprise 100% of what is out there.

    Serious money on tokamak research started to pour in since 2008. Although the research is not promising it is very early to say anything. (Edit: First plasma is expected in 2020 in Cadarache, France)

    Some people tend to cling on the conspiracy world view, some don't. In my opinion the truth is somewhere in between.

  • kalamatala

    Did you notice the length of volume one? 2(h)00=0(m)12(sec)
    2012! :-)

  • Jeffrey McGinnis

    Dear Straw Paganda, thank you for taking the time to compile this series. I agree with your statement regarding the comments in that those who disregard the statements made in this series are often aggresive and without any intellectual value.

    The point of this information is exactly that. Information, the open sharing of theories that are just as sound from a scientific deduction process as what conventional theories hold true to today.

    The entire history of mankind is a constantly evolving process of birthing new ideas and transforming above the theories often held on to.

    How can anyone doubt the profound mystery of our ancient pasts? The monumental evidence supporting the theories in this series is so overwhelming it cannot be ignored.

    In the end, you have still reached out and enabled people a resource to better enlighten themselves. It is not your responsibility on whether people use it or not.

    For some it is simply.. entertainment. For others like myself, a part of my life revolves around understanding these mysteries.

    Anyways,

    Thanks again.

    J.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mikey.jones.1293 Mikey Jones

    Awesome compilation, so much to think about!

  • pia96

    Good job on the doco, first of many I hope

    im watching from NewZealand

  • pia96

    From a technological perspective it seems that people in the past were highly advanced. It makes me wonder what happened to these people.

    They say that history repeats itself, and looking at our civilisation today there have been moments in our own history when we our selves have come close to total distruction.

    Maybe in the distant future some new civilisation emerges and finds evidence of us..... lol kinda sounds like planet of the apes

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EMEO7QDTFUV7PETOJDGASVVTF4 ozqus kara

    watched 10 minutes (with difficulty) and got frustrated because this "expert" is using a well-known trick to make his points. The trick is combining facts and bulls*** in the same sentence or paragraph, which makes it look like the entire thing is true.
    - YES Piri Reis's detailed maps is a real mystery.
    - NO we have a good idea when those monuments were built.
    - YES it is surprising that these monuments were built at all, but it is not impossible to build them with the time's primitive technology.
    - NO the stone in Japan cant be 10,000 years old AND show a huge continent that is not there anymore. Continental drift takes a little longer than this. Perhaps millions of years?
    FINALLY:
    - NO the maps of any prior era does not compare with today's GPS maps. Today's maps are accurate to 1 inch! There is no freakin' comparison.

    Overall, disappointment.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LK6B2HGMK4EHZ6YJ3I6WFKY77U DigiWongaDude

    Brilliant. Lol, the mystical cereal box debunked. I can just see the filmaker guy munching his cornflakes... Suddenly! He's taken aback by the realisation of the form before him...reaching out to touch the box as though it were the black slab of enlightenment seen in the film 2001. Then, with a milk-drooling, chuckle tells himself "hey, I'll stick it in there anyway."

  • http://www.facebook.com/strawman11 Straw Paganda

    Thanks very much for your support, so glad you like the films and find the information useful:-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/strawman11 Straw Paganda

    I've got a few ideas for next year, will keep you posted :-)

  • Common_sense87

    I think his theory of the earth's crust shifting is wrong, i think it's more likely to be a polar shift. It explains how antartica got its location today and how fast it got to its place

  • potterguy

    If the crust did make such a shift, why are the Haywain Islands still over that hot spot?

  • David Griffith

    I would personally like to see more information on the monoatomic gold in the third video.

    I followed a lot of the maths in the first video re: the pyramids, and placement of locations on Earth, and I have to say he is spot on. And anybody can recreate that as I did, however, with all of the mysterious properties of monoatomic gold, it's weightless/weighted nature, even the bright light it emitted, etc... Have not been able to find any useful records or documentation on these phenomena. I mean, if something were to shine brightly then disappear, somebody must have taken a video of this surely

  • Disko_Bob

    I'm not a devot believer in all the theories mentioned but I think its funny that the majority of disbelievers in this theory based documentary speaks as if they KNOW the truth. Ruling out the possibilities being presented without crucial evidence or fact in some form is, from my perspective, neanderthalic.
    If anything history has shown us to keep an open mind. Peace.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/MDUU2KW7XLDAJSYWDMFFK55UUE Kurt

    Embracing those who bring a small part of the puzzle are also the ones that add a brick to the castle we all need built. I'm no expert, there isn't any. It's about how humans treat each other in our course of uncovering truths. Once truths exit from a planet that changes it's surface that has within hidden old civilizations deep and gone forever. Once technology allows us to leave the planet without wasteful toxic rockets, that technology will be quickly taken away from any societies on a prison planet. Money and Gods equal dictatorship, and that is not allowed off this planet. Gods and money does not exist off this planet. We are spiritual beings only being taught on a physical plane, ancients were tricked and made to believe wrapping mummies are shared with the spiritual world with physical riches. They were vastly mislead. Sadly the dumbing down still takes it's journey farther into enslavement. At your death your spirit may get captured in a manufactured electric net and memory swiped so you don't get to retain it for your next incarnation. This process against you restricts all of humanity from evolving. 160,000 people die on the planet daily. There must be over 200,000 incarnating every day. The controllers who are involved to this memory erasing process, are not even human. Pyramids, Arks, staged megalithic stones, Gods and old books will do absolutely nothing to bring mankind into his future. But an honest focus of consciousness on the human race will, but I'm no expert.

  • tomregit

    Hard to believe how many are defending this as anything meaningful.
    I watched the entire thing (with some difficulty & pain). What waste of time; it's a load of brown stuff and outright foolishness. Lightweight silliness.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steven.pridemore1 Steven Pridemore

    Long but pretty dam awesome !

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/IYVIH5OTMLG7FFAVCBUIS7SNXI michael

    Terrence McKenna talks about some crazy things... BUT !!! if you see things from his perspective (research him and DMT or Try it lol). Then you would definately be challenging everything you "thought" u knew... I mean that stuffs heavy..

    + They use big stones because they had problems with other rivals building projects elsewhere.. I mean why the hell would go half way across the continent or further to quarry stone... U'd jus jack it off some other derilict building wouldn't u... So they used MASSIVE blocks to construct the important ones they really wanted to go the distance..

    BUT still a very intriging mystery around the mathematics, geological position/orientation and vast similaraties with other supposed unreachable continents..

  • Jackson

    Who is the narrator of part 1?

    ...sounds like the actor Brian Cox

    or is that McKenna

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/IYVIH5OTMLG7FFAVCBUIS7SNXI michael

    yeah man it brian cox... That Doc actually got quite allot of support from mainstream science... Shame it got compiled with s*it like this.

  • Nothing_Is_Real

    In a real open mind truths are non existant , hence "open mind". So your denial of the doc. is in itself close minded. Peace ;)

  • Nothing_Is_Real

    Time rules, Nature dictates, Change is constant. Humans are just reluctant .

    Everything we think we know will change in time. So all we know are just opinions. In time Truths are just a hindrance of change.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E2GWUHFN54PV243AT47SQ2GVCQ Grant

    Sorry, I don't agree that it's silliness. You can see silliness if you refuse to accept anything that isn't labelled as orthodox thinking. In other words, if you follow the party line the ideas expressed herein can be seen as foolish. That is a common pattern throughout the centuries however.

  • meso phyl

    coming up with theories isnt the hard part. Putting the proof together takes hard work which these theories lack.
    Part 2 of zero point sums it up nicely, serious (proven) nonsense that takes the whole 'zero point series' down in its credibility. Debunked.... next

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    what about lifes role in gravity? i am a group of atoms that can collectively defy this mysterious force- where do i fit in any model?
    was rereading and i thought id share that one- its either profound or utter bollocks- but physics has never struck me as having a definitve answer for "life"- selforganising molecular structure that i am kinda disproves the third law of thermodynamics kinda....my own body will decay into entropy but my genes have gone and reorganised themselves in my offspring...

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    just reading up on the higgs announcement today...it appears to be there but its not doing what the model says it ought to.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    that annoyiong smiley fella from D:ream -brian cox- flogs dvds and sells an awful lot of merchandise and show tickets too...

  • http://twitter.com/IAMPOPSLAG I AM POP SLAG.

    maybe the hotspot moved...

  • Achems_Razor

    Read Feynman and others, sum over histories.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Path_integral_formulation

    Should clear up your questions.

  • LawProfessor

    There are MANY MANY things about ancient monuments that cannot be explained. Archaeologists have consistently offered theories to which engineers have said could not have constructed buildings such as the pyramid of giza. The doc does go into some far out pseudoscience for sure but it also makes several good points.

  • LawProfessor

    This doc is full of facts and good evidence for the first hour and then degenerates into "pseudoscience" at the end. But give these men some credit, they are thinking outside the box and none of them are saying they have an answer. They are merely presenting hypothesis which we can never have enough of. Open your mind to the idea that the established science could be wrong. The earth was the center of the universe and flat not so long ago. Now we are a globe that is an unimportant speck of dust in the vastness of the Universe. Just because the current paradigm accepts something as true does not make it so. There are many interesting ideas in this doc, don't discredit it purely because the people presenting them believe in unconventional ideas. So did DaVinci, so did Einstein, so did Tesla and many of the great minds ahead of their times.

  • nineinchrooster

    Aliens did indeed build the pyramids - FACT

  • william

    I thoroughly enjoyed this doc! AWESOME!!

  • http://twitter.com/UncleArty1 Uncle Arty

    What factual evidence and well established context do we have explaining the Great Pyramid or the Sphinx? Or Gobekli Tepe Or Yonaguni? The fact is we don't know the first thing about when who and how these were built. Hell we don't know how Ed Leedskalnin built Coral Castle in Florida and he did that in the modern era. So No did forget to mention scholarly opinions he purposely and rightfully ignored them entirely

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.perez.37454 Ryan Perez

    Thank you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryan.perez.37454 Ryan Perez

    do you really honestly believe that they built the pyramids with chisels and hammers???! I would love to see you recreate just 1 block of any pyramid from the ancient world with those tools. JUST 1! how long does it take you to get each face of it perfect with no chisel marks? oh, and place this stone on top of something 100 feet high. That's not as tall as the pyramid so you should be able to do it right? oh and you have 24 hrs to complete this task. Even some scientists, which you seem to love so much, simply because that have a degree (oooh i could have one if i wanted, so special! but I refuse to be led into being a part of a machine created by our government, but thats a different argument.) will admit that the pyramid in Giza was built in about 22 years. thats a block every couple minutes! Some of the blocks in the pyramid are so huge that the only way we could lift them to the height they are today would be to attach multiples of the largest cranes we have ever made to it. Except the cranes would get in each others way, so thats not going to happen. You want me to believe that a bunch of slaves pulled those blocks up there? It would take so many people to pull just one block, and i realize they had the resources back then in terms of the amount of people, but the sheer amount of time it would have taken for people to place the blocks one at a time that way would disprove that theory. Even if they could mold the blocks like concrete it still doesn't explain everything and even if it took longer than 22 years, not everything would be explained. They pyramids are so huge and complex and perfect. I definitely believe that people made them, and I dont think anything crazy happened or that the ancients had powers of some kind. I think they understood something that we dont about how to build megalithic structures that are very resilient to weather and earthquakes and such. I dont think anyone knows exactly how they were built, and I am not going to claim to know how, but CHISELS, come on man!? do you really believe that, really?
    why dont you give the ancients credit, we came from them, why couldnt they be really intelligent too? why is it that people think we only got smart in the last few hundred years? I think a lot of knowledge was lost at some point in our history and now a lot of people are too arrogant to think that we still dont know as much as our ancestors. at least, i think we dont know some things they knew.
    Im going to wrap this up by saying this: all you have done is say how everyone is wrong and that science knows all and that we know everything about how the ancient structures were made. if so, I want you to explain to me how every singe feat of construction is done on every single ancient building. AND i want you to find evidence of people accomplishing these things, not just saying how its done. If you can do that I will never question a man with a degree again. I just dont think you can do it cause ive searched all over for answers and no one seems to have a conclusive one. stop trying to act like you know everything when you are just as ignorant yourself. you make all these arguments and never once explain anything, you just say that the scientists know all! well, bring me the facts

  • PaodeQueijo

    Haywain Islands? Dude are you kidding me? Hot spot stays stationary and tectonic plate keeps moving, leaving a string of islands behind. Did you go to school?

  • Corinnovich

    Typically I would never write a comment about superficial things like this, but this started out interesting, and I wanted to keep watching. However, whoever it is that edited this together got really lazy after about 30 minutes. And honestly, the music was so annoying that I had to stop. Yes, music is important to the mood of a documentary, but this was WAY too heavy handed.

  • Brad Walter England

    Intellectual masturbation. Fun to do... but creates no offspring. I feel slightly cheated by having watched this :)

  • Matuvo Namikaze

    see, God isnt even in the QUESTION for them, its instantly "technology." they must have had high technology

  • Delio.

    garbage...more of the same lucifer's propaganda

  • ludelina

    So you are saying that God built the pyramids, and the Easter Island stones etc? Uau! It makes so much sense now!!!

  • Mario

    Many wrong facts. Grouping and division of continents is a normal process. Continents will again be grouped in one supercontinent. Google terms "pangea" and "gondwana". This guy missed many scientific facts in his theory of continents. He acknowledged Wegener but did not read Wegener's work till the end. Nothing miraculous about Antarctica's position

  • edgedweller

    awesome stuff, another great watch is Carl Munck - The code

  • Claudio Alves

    I can't watch it in the UK! Has anyone worked out away around this? Even using Hola doesn't seem to work!