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Stargate Worlds - Science Fiction Or Science Fact?

So who do you think built the historical pyramids of Egypt? Is definitely the response the same as that of the modern day archaeologists that have to respond to their Christian and Jewish investors and their Egyptian hosts. That they were constructed by the bare hands of ancient Egyptians some five thousand years way back. A job that could have required the setting rather than twenty plenty of blocks for each 3 minutes for longer than two decades! - age of science

Stargate An Actual Account of Events or perhaps a Story

Or, is the real explanation patterned following the favorite science fiction movie Stargate. There was some extraterrestrial hand in the building in the ancient pyramids of Egypt. Besides, how about each of the other similar pyramids built across around the world, like the ancient pyramids built somewhere in central and south Asia and America?

A Question Whether Science Fact or Sci-fi

Who possibly constructed them and it is it just a coincidence that all were built simultaneously, around five thousand in the past? They were years ahead of their time,. That is why is it that a movie such as Stargate is promoted as science fiction when many so called science fiction movies of the past have eventually turned out to be based on fact, the only drawback?

Earlier Pessism of Manned Space Station

It was only in the years 1940 and 1950 that anybody who dared to intimate the potential of space shuttles, space stations and manned expeditions towards the moon was looked upon as highly improbable. How about time travel and the future likelihood of molecular transport. Would you recall beam me up Scotty in the famous movie Star Trek?

We Are All Made Up of Empty Space

All things considered, all of us and the world we are now living in is actually all essentially made up of empty space. Electrons spinning around atoms nuclei only make the semblance of solid mass. In fact, if the whole world was squeezed to the extent that all the empty space between electrons and the atomic nucleus was eradicated, the whole world could fit into a tea cup. This isn't speculation. This implies science fact. So, is StarGate really science fiction after all? - age of science

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