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Oct 7th 2012 9:45AM You guys are all kidding, right? He has found absolutely no evidence of human habitation during the Ice Age, or even the bronze age for that matter and he's been at it for 6 years.
The only thing he has uncovered are supposed worked stones that seem to make up a street that, like the author has said, could have been built and buried at any time.
And more than that, this is not an archaeologist saying he's found evidence of the world's oldest pyramid in Europe. This is just some business guy. Some business guy who has absolutely no credibility. He has yet to have an expert verify any of his findings, yet he assembled this crack team of them. How come it is that every expert he brings out says they've never been to the site, or even been contacted by him for that matter?
To real archaeologists, this would be the finding of a lifetime (if it were really a finding at all), and regardless of their bias, they would be chomping at the bit to get a chance to verify it. But then again, real archaeologists know what they're doing, and have no reason to believe this is more than a hoax.
We've just barely learned in the last 10 years that humans had massive civilizations during the last ice age. We don't need to go muddling it all up with some crackpot theories about the 4 of the worlds largest (and allegedly oldest) pyramids are found in southeast Europe.
Where is his evidence? Where are his artifacts? Where is ANY evidence that this "super-civilization" ever even existed? A group of people that created the largest stone structures known to man would leave behind SOME evidence that they were there. Where are their homes? Where are their market places? Surely, a culture this advanced didn't sleep on the dirt under the stars.
And more than that, the thing only looks like a pyramid from two angles. I know the media loves to show you the one side that looks like a pyramid so you'll buy into it, but have you ever seen the backside? It's sloped, and uneven, and hilly...like, well, a hill.