Saturday, January 14, 2017


Rongorongo -Hieroglyphs written with shark teeth from Easter Island, remain indecipherable

Unfortunately, there are faith heads who insist attributing these markings to intelligent agency. Classic hieroglyphics-of-the-gaps reasoning. Despite the proven track record of science to explain how things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose are, in fact, the product of non-purposive processes, faith heads, with their superstitious belief in skyhooks, refuse to wait for science to discover the natural cause of these random markings. Cryptography is a cop-out. A science stopper!


  1. This made me think about the claim by some skeptics that we can't say if something was designed if we don't know anything about the designer. But clearly the Voynich Manuscript is designed, yet we don't know anything about who wrote it. I'm not sure if that's the sense that they use it, but certainly we don't have a lot of assumptions about its creator.

  2. Not to mention it was aliens. I mean...look at the glyphs! There's a rocketship, alien plant like creatures, dinosaurs, you name it! Obviously a ton of DNA splicing and alien led evolution at play there. :)