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Old 02-28-2015, 09:45 AM   #5
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Default Re: Thomas Edison Wasn't The First To Have Invented The Lightbulb?

Originally Posted by REACTOR View Post
Oh come on! Are our histories so rigid that anything which opposes the common and accepted way of things gets thrown out of the window, literally?

What are we?
I think there is a bit of disparity of evidence on what you have provided and what other theories about technology of the time provide. You have provided three images and made a claim about what they are. (one of which is a battery, which is talked about by other theories) Other archaeologists spend years studying every artifact they can get their hands on, and write extensive academic peer reviewed papers. Suffice to say this thread wouldn't get past peer review.

tl;dr: there is middle ground between blindly accepting mainstream theories about stuff and accepting literally anything. I generally tend to believe more qualified people.
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