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Apr 29th 2012 1:36AM Are there lost pyramids in Bosnia? No, seems to me they have been found. For instance, consider the ridicule. Schopenhauer would say we have at least reason to believe these pyramids are real. Sure, there are natural pyramids, but they don't look like the picture above, not at all. So, my question to the author and the naysayers: any proof to back up your ridicule and and can you offer even one decent reason for your total lack of professionalism? Instead of investigation, instead of scientific inquiry, we get statements like, "The Bosnian pyramid team may be destroying a real archaeological site in order to create a fake one." So wait, there could be something there BUT it can't be what it looks like? That is a seriously bigoted statement.
I don't care who likes it and who doesn't, the empirical evidence that these pyramids are real is mounting; the onus is on the people who say it's not man-made to present evidence that backs up their claims; statements like this "This is the sort of nationalistic chest-thumping that got the Balkans into trouble in the first place. Osmanagic is playing with fire." Proves nothing, adds nothing, but aside from it being total garbage, it's completely contradictory to another preposterous statement, "Bosnian archaeologists lamented that funding and attention were going to the fanciful pyramid theory while the nation's real heritage remains underfunded and underprotected."
So who is playing with fire? because it sounds to me the Bosnian archeologist's statements are the "the sort of nationalistic chest-thumping that got the Balkans into trouble in the first place," Definitely more than calling people who built perhaps largest stone structure (which moden civilization cannot reproduce) a super-civilization.