Did humans exist 50 million years ago?

A deep dive into time travel and archaeological anomalies.

In his book Forbidden Archaeology, Michael A. Cremo found evidence of human activity going back for millions, if not billions, of years. Could modern humans have lived so long ago? Admittedly, the evidence is compelling but are there other explanations? here, the author looks at three main possibilities, firstly, Humans really were present in the Pliocene, secondly, time travel, and finally, the cosmic joker. Are we living in a simulation, where the cosmic joker has placed spurious objects in the past, just to mess with us?

Orthodox archaeologists suggest modern humans first appeared 300,000 years ago. Could this just be wrong?

Some evidence of ancient anomalies.

Nearly 30 years ago, Michael Cremo did some meticulous research on many anomalous discoveries. His books Forbidden Archaeology and the more digestible condensed version,… cite many examples. Below, the author presents a few mind-blowing discoveries.

Perhaps the oddest discovery involved grooved metal balls, found in Jurassic rock, that was 2.8 billion years old! These look manufactured and are in strata that were laid down before intelligent life existed, at least on Earth!

Next we look at some theories, as to what may be going on.

It is what it is, humans lived in the Pliocene

This is probably the least likely explanation. However, Homo sapiens does appear to have lived alongside early hominids for at least 40.000 years, even according to orthodox archaeologists. Additionally, there are still tribes today that use stone tools similar to those found in Pliocene strata.

Evolution?

How does evolution fit in with the early finds? Evolution states that

Survival of the fittest

Missing history

Time travel

What is time?

Time is always relative to something else, for example, miles per hour or the number of hours the Earth takes to rotate in a day. Additionally, Einstein proved that time can slow down, at close to the speed of light. Another factor is gravity, which can bend time. In fact, GPS satellites have to compensate for gravity-induced time shifts. Anyone traveling at close to the speed of light is effectively time-traveling relative to those on Earth.

Some theories on time travel

Faster than light and wormholes

Faster than light drives, Star Trek-style, are theoretically possible by extending Einstein’s relativity equations. However, the energy requirements would be enormous. Most time travel theories involve bending space-time in some way. if you spin around a black hole fast enough you would start to go back in time, although the ship would probably fly apart first!

Another possibility is wormholes linking points in time as well as space. These would be very difficult to keep stable and pass anything larger than sub-atomic particles.

The butterfly effect

Evidence for time slips

There are some interesting recent reports of what may be Time slips.

The possibility that time travel is responsible for stone tools being found in the Pliocene seems improbable. You would expect time travelers to be leaving technology in the past, not primitive arrowheads.

Next, the most likely explanation…?

The cosmic joker, hacking the matrix.

Are we living in a simulation “matrix” style? Are historical anomalies just “them” messing with what we perceive as the past?

For the purposes of this discussion, the author will use the term, “pleroma” as used by Anthony Peake, to describe the “soup” of the holographic universe. This has also been named “Maya”, the projection screen or the bohmiam Imax.

Holographic universe

Without getting bogged down in black holes and string theory, what is the Holographic Principle? Basically, a hologram is a three-dimensional image or field encoded in two dimensions. Interestingly, the whole image is present even when viewing a fragment. Could the whole universe be present in a grain of sand?

We are familiar with three-dimensional worlds presented in two dimensions when we use computer games.

The Clock speed of the universe?

There is considerable evidence that we are living in a computer-generated hologram. Consequently, This begs the question, what is the clock speed of the universe? As your average CPU runs at about 3 GHz, what determines the universal clock?

The speed of light implies what the upper limit may be. Visible light has a wavelength of about 70 nanometers. However, the speed of light is used to calculate the frequency, using the wavelength! As we are inside the system we are trying to measure, you will just disappear up your own black hole, trying to work this out!

Another clue is the Planck constant which is the smallest measurable distance. This distance is so small that the universal clock must be running at many trillions of Hertz (cycles per second). This is more of a philosophical exercise, as time outside the universe may not be the same as the time inside, and frequency is a product of time!

Does anyone fancy creating a bubble universe in a computer to find out how it works!

The whole of time already exists.

It has been suggested that each bubble universe repeats. The big bang happens time and again, each time with a different outcome. Consequently, this is not the first time around and the whole of time exists simultaneously, as a four-dimensional “Long Body”. Quantum physics supports the theory that branching is occurring many times a second. Thus there are many different versions of yourself in parallel universes. This is known as the Many Worlds theory.

Many Worlds

Time after time, the repeating universe

Anthony Peake has also suggested that the universe repeats. That is, an individual life repeats endlessly. This he named the Bohmian Imax in which differing outcomes are possible. Importantly, this creates another twist on the Many Worlds theory.

My Bohmian IMAX is not a linear movie but a super-sophisticated, non-linear ‘first person view’ computer game in which each alternative can be followed through. So there you have it. Cheating The Ferryman suggests that at the moment of death we will all fall out of time, enter my “BIMAX” and in doing so be catapulted back to the moment of our birth, start our lives again, and follow the same path until something knocks us off that path, and sends us along a different route.

Anthony Peake

The multiverse

The long body and linear time

Think of a human lifetime as a tapered worm representing about 100 years. Birth begins the worm and the slow (hopefully) descent to death represents the other end. This is known as the long body and is a four-dimensional object. Consequently, each slice of the worm represents a period of time. The whole life already exists and progress through time is an illusion. Linear time is like playing a tape, it is not how reality is. Now suppose that the whole worm is moveable. Could it be shifted in time?

Time travel by moving “the worm”, to the Pliocene.

Let’s assume that we are living in a hologram. The whole of time already exists and we can go backwards and forwards in the universal Long body. If we re-examine the above time slips, what could be happening? Could this explain historical anomalies, for example, circular saw cuts in ancient Egypt?

If the simulation bears any resemblance to a video game, then each individual human or object is an “instance” of a human being or object. The instance is stored in memory and instantiated when needed. That is, it only exists when being observed or interacted with. This is Remarkably like collapsing the wave function in Quantum physics! Most video games run in simulated linear time, for example, one event follows another in a logical sequence. We also have branching using A-B choices. Do you turn left or right? A different branch creates a different world.

Time travel could be as easy as moving the instance to an earlier epoch. Maybe this sometimes happens due to a glitch in the program? Or, could the simulation be hacked by a sufficiently advanced, future technology?

Your own private universe?

Anthony Peake suggests that we create our own universe. Does our brain directly interface with the pleroma?

The daemon-eidolon duality

Conclusion

The author postulates that the universe is a simulation, running on a vast computer. This computer has repeated the simulation many times. Historical anomalies are caused by tiny errors during the reboot process. The butterfly effect or chaos theory indicates that even tiny errors, in a complex system, can make a vast difference, over time. Anomalies such as manufactured objects in 2.8 billion-year-old strata, are merely object instances that have been generated in the wrong timeframe. Remember that the whole of space-time is generated, or booted, at once, in the simulation. That is, as a long body where the entire history of the universe is already present. Consequently, person and object instances are then generated as needed, similar to a video game.

You may ask who created the computer? Could humans, in some far distant future, have evolved into pure consciousness? Maybe they found it boring and decided to create a simulation of the universe to play with? Then, “Avatar” style, they “plugin” to an instance of a person at any “time” of their choosing.

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