Not really. You said BEHIND the rock. The passage said ON the rock. However I can tell you unless that rock was of a size of SIGNIFICANT distance that it would in no way prevent nearby radiation at dangerous levels. Turning one's back won't prevent radiation. Putting your hand away won't prevent radiation. That is why the uneducated goat-herders you credit were not even aware of the concept of radiation in a modern scientific sense so they didn't even have it in mind when they wrote those passages.Ah, that's what I expected. An assertion of aliens, then a quick gay twirl backassed retreat when I present one of the most profound examples in history.
Not ignorantly no. It erroneously claims donkeys and lizards talk. It erroneously claims the Earth was flooded globally in 40 days and nights and survived the 6-12 month aftermath. It claims the Earth is a flat square circle which rests on foundations on pillars hanging on nothing fixed and unmoving at the center of a geocentric universe. I'm pretty sure that any respectable warp-capable alien civilizations would have reached the level of Einstein by know and realised this is not the case.Simply because it occurs in the book you ignorantly disdained.
Those examples alone are FANTASTIC reasons to think that the book is neither divine nor extra-terrestrial in origin.
YOU did. When you called it radiation. Otherwise why even refer to it as radiation at all when it doesn't even act like radiation and you have no idea whatsoever what the heck it is or what the specific effects are? "It kills people." Big deal. So does the sun. So will ANY kind of radiation if in enough quantities.First, who said it was a type of radiation we are familiar with
And coincidentally most of the world thinks you're a fruitcake. Obviously you need to work better at convincing people.second, we then have an Alien presence guiding them from the sky, and the resultant culture being confirmed to this present day, just as the Alien asserted.
That's a start.