1. Recognition

    American Chestnut Trees: Natural Extinction, or Victims of Bioweaponry?

    R: Chestnut trees and their almost complete extinction seem a good area for research. "Today, most American Chestnut trees only live to be between 10 and 15 years old. And then they get sick and die. This didn't used to be the case. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, they used to...
  2. In the Beginning. Mountains or Trees?

    In the Beginning. Mountains or Trees?

    This video is about ancient trees and the possibility that they might be petrified into what we now call mountains. The video, ancient trees vs mountains, will touch on columnar basalt and challenge the notion that lava could form such precise and uniform designs as a hexagram. Before giant men...
  3. KorbenDallas

    Noah's Flood and Russian Pineapple Trees

    Once Upon a Time in Russia... While looking for something totally unrelated, I ran into this sentence below. Considering the geographical area this sentence pertains to, the account is bizarre. On both sides of the mouth of the River Pinego is high Land, great Rocks of Alabaster, great Woods...
  4. KorbenDallas

    What happened to the Siberian forests 200 years ago?

    This is interesting how one topic leads to another. This time I came across some information about the Siberian Taiga Forests. Apparently the age of the Siberian Forests is estimated to be around or under 200 years old. This is somewhat bizarre because the Siberian region was, for the most part...