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Tango0116 Nov 2022 9:27 p.m. PST

… the Egyptian pyramids

"To find the oldest known human-made structures in the Americas, you don't need to hike into the wilderness or paddle down a raging river all you need to do is visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

At the north end of Louisiana State University's (LSU) campus sit two grassy mounds, rising in a gentle slope to a height of about 20 feet (6 meters). The mounds are just two of more than 800 similar human-made mounds in Louisiana, built by Indigenous Americans. Although researchers knew they were old, a new study has determined just how old these ancient structures are…"

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Andrew Walters17 Nov 2022 9:30 a.m. PST


They need to run the ground-penetrating radar over those things.

Also, are those just trash piles? They sound like trash piles.

Hitman17 Nov 2022 3:31 p.m. PST

So humans have been sweeping dirt under the carpet for 11,000 years!! No wonder the Earth has had enough and is rebellung with flooding, earthquakes, volcanoes, extreme wind, heat, cold, tidal waves, hurricanes, etc. etc.

Tango0117 Nov 2022 4:08 p.m. PST



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