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Could Challenger crew survive the explosion of their shuttle in 1896?

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I know this story has been around for a while, but wanted to see what this forum thinks about the possibility of a false flag here. We all know that on January 28, 1986 NASA Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. I still...

Seattle regrading or unearthing? Which one was it?

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I have been looking at these pictures for a while now. They definitely add to the strangeness of the time frame when the majority of the bizarre events took place. So what am I talking about? Some call it The Great Seattle Regrade, some call it the Denny Regrade. Here is what Wikipedia has to...

Sedona, Utah: circular saw or a weird natural occurrence?

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There are a lot of bizarre rock formations in the Sedona area of Utah. A few days ago I took a couple of pictures of this strange cut on the side of this huge rock. What, in your opinion, could be the cause of this circular cut out looking thingy...

Piranesi reveals ancient burial grounds

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I do not have time to dig into this topic as deep as I would like to. Leaving for a little two week road trip through Utah and Arizona canyons and such. Wanted to share (real quick) the most recent thing I discovered on the Piranesi engravings. This time we are talking about the way those...

Hubble Telescope and the Olbers' paradox: where is the space dust?

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What do you do when there is something contradicting your theory to the point of invalidating it? I don't know about you, but our science declares it a "PARADOX". A very simple solution to a very complicated problem. Now, everything in this story is official, and that makes it just that more...

1816: Lord Byron's "Darkness" reveals what: war, catastrophe or nothing?

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As you might have heard, the year of 1816 is known for being one of the coldest in our recent history. It is known under different names such as the Year Without a Summer, the Poverty Year, and Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death. Severe climate abnormalities caused average global temperatures...

Georgia Guidestones: Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature

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Was just wondering what the general opinion on this bizarre monument is. The monument is located in the United States approximately 90 miles east of Atlanta, Georgia. It is made of granite, and was erected in 1980. The main controversy of the monument is one of the inscriptions which states...

19th century compressed air cars and street cars: gone and forgotten

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This is actually some fun stuff folks. 150 years ago people could have been getting around by driving compressed air powered personal cars, and were boarding compressed air powered modes of public transportation. We are so duped into our internal combustion engines, that it is both sad and...

International Space Station saga: musical oranges or didgeridoo that gorilla

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We all know that the International Space Station is orbiting the Earth at a distance of 254 miles, and at a speed of roughly 17,150 miles per hour. The very first manned mission on ISS took place on October 31, 2000. I ran into this Business Insider article called "What NASA pays to ship...

Fake achievements of Russian explorer Fyodor Konyukhov

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Was having a couple of brewskies in the backyard with my Russian neighbor the other day. He told me about his compatriot explorer whose name is Fyodor Konyukhov. I was about to fall off my chair when Vlad told me about some of the feats of this Fyodor guy. They definitely picked my interest, so...

Urban Fire verdict: global attack on our civilization or incompetency?

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This could probably be the biggest cover up in the history of mankind. At the same time, it could be a case of the mind boggling stupidity. I will present the facts, and you be the judge of which one it is. One way or the other, this bizarre occurrence could be classified as a historical...

Jacksonville's architect Henry John Klutho. Who was he, and did he exist?

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It appears we might have one additional "appointee" of an architect in the history of the after-fire rebuilding. This time we have this gentleman named Henry John Klutho. Mr. Klutho assisted with rebuilding Jacksonville after the Great Fire of 1901. The fire was truly devastating, and is...

17-18th century transformation of the Japanese Archipelago

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Whatever happened, shredded Japan to pieces. Whatever wealth and gold was witnessed by Marco Polo perished in the cataclysm, which changed the Island of Japan forever. Whatever emperors used to rule Japan, were ruling it no more. And those Emperors looked nothing like the Japanese of today...

Flame-bladed swords. 15th Century Pro-Sports, and the Battle of Anghiari.

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The battle is well known for its depiction in a now-lost painting by Leonardo da Vinci. It is probably painted on the wall of the same room where NASA's lost Moon Landing Footage is being kept. Though "specialists" say that it might be hidden beneath later frescoes in the Hall of Five Hundred.

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