Originally posted by Andrew Hamilton
“...Intelligent advanced human beings have been on this planet called earth for over 2 billion years. ...”
So why are there fossils of humans that are less than ~200,000 years old but no fossils of humans that are more than ~200,000 years old but plenty of fossils of, say, dinosaurs, that are millions of years old but none that are less than ~200 ...[text shortened]... gent advanced” human beings ever think of keeping records if they existed a billion years ago?
My short explanation will probably not do justice to explain clearly, but I would require ten pages to be thorough.......but this is the short version.
The material cosmos goes through cycles of annihilation and creations so when there is a new creation (or re-creation) it is like a new beginning, but is not the beginning, but it is imagined as a beginning from the perspective of the public..
The duration of one day in the life of Brahma is calculated in solar years as being 4,300,000 x 1,000 years, or 4,300,000,000 years. Brahma's one day consists of one thousand cycles of the four yugas: Satya, Treta, Dvapara and Kali. The four yugas constitute one millennium.
In one day of Brahma there are fourteen manvantaras. Each Manu lives for seventy-two yugas, each consisting of some 4,320,000 years. The life-span of one Manu is called a manvantara.
Fourteen Manus (1000 maha-yugas) pass during Brahma's day
There are 420 Manus in one month of Brahma
There are 5,040 Manus in one year of Brahma
Brahma lives for one hundred years of his age
There are 504,000 Manus in the duration of Brahma's life
This is the calculation for one universe, and there are innumerable universes. All these Manus come and go simply by the breathing process of Maha-Visnu. Since there are innumerable universes, no one can imagine the totality of the manvantara incarnations. Because all the universes are produced simultaneously by the exhalation of the Maha-Visnu, no one can begin to calculate how many Manus are manifest at one time. Each Manu, however, is called by a different name.
After the end of Brahma's night, the cycle of creation begins again in the daytime of Brahma, and they continue to exist through the life durations of fourteen consecutive Manus. At the end of each Manu there is devastation of the earthly planets, and the vast water is fearful even to Brahma. And, at the end of the life of each Manu there are shorter dissolutions.
So with this imagined new beginning after the re-creation of the cosmos, everything is fresh and new and fossil records would start gain. (to some degree)
So advanced humans have been existing all through these different cycles at different times (can you imagine that for a moment) ?
If you can imagine that for the moment, then what I have presented before is not fanciful.
If you want more on this, then are you wanting the cut/paste of 10 pages.