Ancient domes and their part in science

We all know that there are a lot of man-made domes around the world. What we do not know is what they were made for.

There is a very interesting theory about these domes that we will cover in this article. The videos covering this topic were removed from Youtube, so we cannot link any this time.

So, lets start in the middle. These domes are natural gas making mechanisms. How they work? The dome is built to keep the gas inside. Below the dome there is a rift deep inside the core of the earth. How is the gas made? It is simple, water flows in the rift, below, due to the high pressure and temperature, the water molecules break and form new bonds with the carbon and other elements in the rift. The gas (like methane) is light, so it comes to the surface, where it is kept by the structure of the dome.

Now the things that make this believable: If you take a look at the natural gas wells, they are all on top of a hill. There are a lot of places in the world where water disappears somewhere and nobody know where. A good example for this is the Danube. When exiting Hungary, it almost has half of the water as opposed of when entering. Now Hungary is full of man-made domes, some are so huge they can be called mountains.

Now another thing about this natural gas making mechanism is that it needed repairing. It sounds strange, but according to this theory, the ditches all over the world were made first to take water wherever it was needed, like in the domes or for watering the plants. Now the roads were made afterwards, and all by a ditch, because the ditches needed fixing from time to time.

Do not forget, we are talking about a very, very ancient system, so do not think about the domes recently built and the roads recently built. These things go way back.


Water flowing into an underground cave

Best ancient data storage

It is a great problem nowadays to store data on the long run. The best technology for storing data can only keep the data for like a hundred years. This would not be a problem, but man likes to gather knowledge and store it so later it can be used.

We live in a very comfortable world, where we have access to almost anything. Information is free and can be gathered very easily. This was very differently in ancient times (or at least we think so).

Ancient people wanted to pass on the knowledge and stories they learned by somehow making it permanent. What was their best method? Carving. They carved almost everything in stone or wood.

This information is nothing new, but let us view it from another angle: What if ancient people felt the need to pass on knowledge and preserve it for a very long time? They probably must have asked themselves: What is the most enduring natural thing that can survive almost anything? And the answer is simple: stone.

We have to observe, that carvings, writings are almost every time put on very hard stone, that endures more than other types. This of course means that the tools they were written with also had to be hard, harder than the stone itself.

Another thing ancient people needed to consider was the information itself. It would be a waste of time to carve into stone a social media feed. They needed to carve into stone the important happenings and they needed to stay objective. That is why all the ancient carvings are objective stories about what happened in a period of time.

We can think about this as if our teacher gave us an assignment to write down our lives in five sentences. It would take us some time to stick to reality and objectiveness but also tell everything.

We can come to a conclusion, that as we know, ancient civilizations could have had high-end technology, large amounts of digital data, social networks, computers, etc., because those things do not survive long enough. Also, putting something on a disk in digital format will render it unusable pretty soon, due to technological advancement.

So if our ancients wanted to be remembered, they used stone as base for writing. Their best data storage was the most common thing on Earth.

We have lots and lots of stone tablets, balls, rectangles that have writings on them from many cultures and from all over the world. We also have a lot of precisely built buildings that have in them all the mathematical knowledge their builders had.

It is probable that our ancients knew what they were doing more than we can imagine.