(I started this new thread so it wouldn't get bogged down in the languages discussion on the other Sitchin thread).
Lets say that Sitchins translations
are 100 percent right. That he has accurately reported what is written on the ancient tablets...what exactly would it prove?
The only thing it would prove...let me repeat that again...the only thing it would prove is that men, long ago, wrote down what Sitchin translated.
That's it! Nothing else!
Just because somthing is written down doesn't make it true. (the Illiad and the Odyssey for example) Everything else is speculation. We have no way of verifying what is alleged, and in science verification is EVERYTHING. If it fails that test then it simply isn't science.
So even given the benefit of the doubt, Sitchin still comes up wanting.
Now if these writings had been found on a piece of hull from an alien spacecraft ...that would be a different story!