Why do atheists like to lie and say "There were no giants, giants are a myth", or "it's a genetic mutation", when that is not accurate?
Such as the remains of a giant found in Ecuador in 1964 shown here, and found by Father Carlos Vaca a priest, who worked with hospitals. The bones were taken to Austrian artifact researcher Klaus Dona, who allowed several experts to view the bones. They all came to the same conclusion: they all belonged to a human who likely would’ve been over 25 feet tall. They also concluded that the bones were over 10,000 years old.
Science has shown us giants aren't a myth, but do atheists lie about this because they desperately need to deny the evidence because they fear it proves the Bible is true?
or as atheists demonstrate here "isn't photoshop wonderful", in desperation, when the evidence is widely available just a few clicks away to expose their desperation?
tenn: i went to your page and went ctrl+f and entered "ecuador" and it came up with 0 results. Looks like you desperately ran to a search and posted the first thing you found. Poor you and your irrationally due to your desperation. I bet you thought you were trying to hold up an 'intelligent' front in face of the facts. Looks like it blew up in your face and made you look stupid.
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
It isn't in their "science textbooks", so therefore to them, it is rejected. Everything not in their "science textbook" is rejected. Because science. Because sciencey sciencey science. Because the science teacher said science. Because science.
- JeremyLv 61 month ago
For those interested, the skeleton pictured is at Jungfrau Park, an amusement park located near Interlaken, Switzerland. The park was designed by Erich von Däniken. The park indicates this is just a model, though disingenuous creationists have no problem lying or no interest in verifying reliable evidence.
A good article about the park:
- antoniusLv 71 month ago
A human stands on 2 legs, and even those who have reached a height of about 8 feet can not move around very well. Therefore, a human at 25 feet tall would likely not be able to walk without some sort o stabilizer that would prevent the person falling down.. An animal on four legs has more stability, but take a giraffe whose legs are very long, that animal can not move very quickly. A human at 25 feet tall would likely not be able to stand nor walk much at all, and would have difficult lying down and getting up. Therefore, I do not believe that there has ever been a man 25 feet tall.
- MinteeLv 71 month ago
there has been periods of people/humans with all sorts of sizes of heights down through the history of humanity.. from really tall humans to pigmies of Africa... nothing unusual about that
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- tennLv 71 month ago
How the "giant skeleton" hoax started:
Why are fundies so gullible?
- silver dLv 71 month ago
LMAO. A human with these proportions would be crushed under its own weight. Its tibias are no bigger around than that woman's arm.
- Anonymous1 month ago
I guess you've never heard of photoshop. Looking at a picture and looking no further when there are many digital manipulated photos of these, that are proven because many of them were created specifically on websites asking you to create a hoax, shows a severe lack of skepticism on your own part, not anyone else's.
Doing a simple reverse image search can tell you its place of origin.
And to add, if giants had existed, that wouldn't prove a god anyway. That would only mean biblical writers knew they existed, whether because they find their bones, or they still existed in their time. How does that prove a god? That's like saying because the Bible says lions existed, that because we can point to lions exist, God must exist! Get real.
- keyjonaLv 71 month ago
No human can be over 25 ft tall.
- MolochLv 51 month ago
I see one skeleton but no giants. Mutations happen all the time. It's a driving force of biological evolution.
No one who believes in a god applies the scientific method to that god.
- Anonymous1 month ago
I bet all the 'experts' held PhDs in divinity. You provide no links to back up your claims.