Alternate History of the World

Cloning has only ever been a moral issue

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The concept of the super human is often painted as a heroic solitary figure using his powers for the good of the people. Is this the reality of such gifts? Or is it more of a curse? Or just mundane? The phenomenon of Sherpas is the creation of a special modification of the humanoid bipedal...

Swastikas in Auckland city, New Zealand.

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The topic of the Swastika and its original meaning have been brought up on this site before and I wanted to elaborate on this by sharing my own experiences. There are particular motifs and symbols embellishing buildings all over Auckland city, NZ. I've provided below a small tour of Auckland...

1908 Messina destruction: earthquake or guns?

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Once coincidences start piling up, it's time for a suspicion. In my recent thread titled "Real mission of the 1907-1909 US Great White Fleet, what was it?" I pointed out an interesting catastrophic event which occurred during the voyage of the fleet. There could be more, but I did not...

Real mission of the 1907-1909 US Great White Fleet, what was it?

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I came across this US Great White Fleet while writing an article about the fiery San Francisco earthquake of 1906. Something did not feel right about this “victory lap”, or “inspection patrol” conducted by the US Navy betwen 1907 and 1909. The Great White Fleet was the popular nickname for the...

Could Pagodas be electricity related structures?

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In electronics, porcelain (and ceramic derivatives) is widely used for insulating material due to its excellent non-conductivity. Is this where the word china comes from as an alternative to the word porcelain? Look how the ornamentations have been stripped, how the "windows" have been bricked up.

Santorini group: was created 350 years ago in 1666, not 3600 years ago in 1600 BCE

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The island of Santorini in its current shape was formed around 1666 AD, which is way different from the official 1642–1540 BC. This is, for a second, a 3200 year difference. There was never an above water eruption of some volcano mountain they call Thera. The first thing we could do is lay to...

A Brief History of the Colonization of the Planet Earth.

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I am not perfect in English but I will try to explain how our great-grandfathers explaind our history with fairy tales. I don't wanna say that Russians are first on this earth but with this post I will try to explain that we have like fairy tales from great-grandfathers - next Ancestors!

What happened between 1915 and 1930?

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I was thinking about the time frames of “before and after.” Meaning like some historical reference points outlined by certain events which could give us an idea of a time frame when things sustained the most dramatic changes. Obviously not advertised as such by our official narratives. Like...

Blackened older buildings. Why?

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Most are understandably too stunned by the anomalous accumulation of soil and the buried first floors to recognize that something else is strange about these buildings. Especially in light of all the antique technology we have uncovered so far. No longer does the explanation of burning coal and...

Bio Robots walk among us?

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This got me thinking about the unexplained phenomenon of spontaneous combustion. Could this just be malfunctioning bio robots? Maybe not, who knows? Cast a wide net right? This is a bit of a small pre curser to another post to come about clones. The clip below is exceptionally disturbing and is...

Not Mud-flood but Dust Storms

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I think the term mud flood is restricting our ability to see the reality of this hidden recent cataclysm. The idea of a mud flood just does not fit with what we actually observe. Flowing mud of a catastrophic kind would devastate any structure in its path not simply bury them. What we actually...

Year 1901: making, and handling 160 ton granite columns

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The lathe is 86 feet long, weighs 135 tons and swings 6 feet 6 inches by 60 feet long. Eight tools are used, each taking a 3-inch cut so that the column is reduced 2 feet each time the cutters traverse the entire length of the bed. The head and tall stocks are carried on extensions of the bed...

Divide and Conquer, Divide and Rule

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"Divide and rule (or divide and conquer) in politics and sociology is gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy. The concept refers to a strategy that breaks up existing...

"Renaissance" Art really made in 15th century?

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A while ago, I went to an exhibition of Andrea Della Robia, an Italian renaissance artist, at the National Gallery in DC. Allegedly his work was made in the 15th century (he is purported to have lived 1435-1525 AD). However, when I saw his work, I was baffled. It looks as though it was recently...

Will Van Allen's belt become the Firmament?

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Interesting little article published by NASA in 2017 suggests that our very low frequency radio communications interact with the Van Allen's belt particles creating a "man-made barrier". I have this unsubstantiated opinion that at some point this "interaction" will become the reason for not...

Ancient Fossils are Made Up or More Recent?

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So I remember KD here had an idea of wanting to talk about fossils being fake or recent, but it hasn't been posted yet, so I 'll try with the best of my efforts lol. So looking at the profile posts, I see Onthebit posted an article saying that scientists can make fossils in just one day! This...

Mudfossil University: Titans, Giants, Dragons...

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Was just wondering what the general opinion is on the work being done by Roger from the Mudfossil University. He takes those huge giant looking statues/rock formations, and finds traces of human organs and bones inside of what seems to be rocks. He claims strictly scientific approach, and...

The Michigan Relics

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Throughout the 19th century, thousands of artifacts covered in hieroglyphics were dug up in Michigan by farmers and such. In the 1890s, a guy named Scotford made a specialty out of finding them and tried to get people interested. He invited skeptical archaeologists to accompany him to a dig...

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