Hi, I wonder that too.suzysummit wrote:Questions:
1. Will there be a season 5?
2. When will the dvd of season 4 be available?
My husband and I question the assertion that ancient civilizations have left monuments, carvings, etc. as messages for future generations. Isn't it more likely that all of their buildings and carvings...and even the Mayan calendar...were simply for their own purposes...with no intent to communicate with earth's people thousands of years in the future?
Why do you make this assertion?
With sincere interest,
mobious13 wrote:Just heard from Giorgio on local radio here in Philly (by the way, he's here on Thursday night, I'll be in attendance) 4 more episodes of AA season 4 to air in August. And he announced season 5, thats right 5, was approved!!
cRush wrote:As poorly presented and thought out as some of the claims and "evidence" on this show are, it still beats hands down all the reality show bullcrap like "swamp people". Are we really supposed to care about the every day lives of alligator and catfish hunters in the bayous of Louisiana? C'mon now.
There has to be a more reasonable time slot that could land this show back on History Channel, rather than taking a back seat on H2. With more careful content, and strong supporting evidence, this show could easily regain the fame it held during it's first and second season.
I only hope that Giorgio and crew use this time wisely to put together that strong, and hopefully unheard, evidence.
Mercury wrote:As far as a conspiracy to keep this stuff secret, I am very skeptical of that. It seems to be a very poor excuse to not even bother to try and prove the theory. It was never going to be an easy sell to begin with. It means digging in the trenches and finding the concrete proof needed. Testing of ancient DNA is proving by incredible bounds every year which should help the cause.
Zeppelin1969 wrote:Right on KE5EHI!!! The AA theory is not, in my opinion, one that has to be proved. It has to be disproved. The only explanations mainstreamers can come up with for most of these findings are ridiculous theories that have more holes than a redneck beer can on a shooting range. For most, if not all of these findings, the AA theory is the ONLY one that holds water. I admit, quite a bit of the things they show on Ancient Aliens are VERY far fetched theories like the bigfoot and DaVinci stuff, but the hard evedence such as Puma Punku and Lord Pakals' tomb really can't be explained any other way. Any way that isn't ridiculous I mean.
Mercury wrote:I do know people like the ones featured in Swamp People and they are the real deal.
I do think Season 5 can improve greatly if they do full one or even two hour episodes on one subject.
I also think they should do episodes on authors and researchers out there.
I just found this season to be full of nothing but conjecture and little on any real evidence. Anyone can claim aliens did it. We now need to start proving it.
Mercury wrote:I do think we have been visited and still are. I also think the evidence is out there to actually prove this theory. There is so much we have not even looked at out there and so many sites which have only been scratched at when it comes to exploration.
Mercury wrote:While there is plenty of evidence out there, it can be used to support a theory of an early advanced human civilization. The ones who claim it is aliens are who have to do the proving. I am one who thinks they are on the correct path, but they have to start looking for the smoking gun that will say: Aliens did land here and we can actually prove it. The Starchild Skull is looking like a possible way, but there is a lot of testing to do before any such claim can be made.
As far as the Mayan calendar goes, it seems many people are stating there will be huge changes so they can sell their books and DVDs. Nothing much was heard about this until the 1990s. After December 23, 2012 passes, there will be a lot of books and DVDs sitting on bookstore shelves gathering dust.
I might add that it is not people like me who have to be sold on this theory. I am one who embraces the idea and would love to see it taken seriously. I am hoping Herr von Daniken's new book coming out in November shows some powerful arguments for these theories and ideas. I think the time is running out for the Ancient Astronaut hypothesis if nothing is found to advance it.
We have to show mainstream science these ideas are viable, and right now they can explain much away. As long as they can do that and get away with ignoring some great finds, this theory is dead in the water.
As far as a conspiracy to keep this stuff secret, I am very skeptical of that. It seems to be a very poor excuse to not even bother to try and prove the theory. It was never going to be an easy sell to begin with. It means digging in the trenches and finding the concrete proof needed. Testing of ancient DNA is proving by incredible bounds every year which should help the cause.
If History Channels decide to help out in the DNA testing of the Elongated skulls and other possible evidence of ET visitation, think of the ratings they would receive.
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