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    Hyperborea: what if it still exists?

    People headed North. French woman is mauled by a polar bear after it wandered into a tour group's campsite on remote Norwegian Arctic island "A French woman has been mauled by a polar bear which had wandered into her tour group's campsite on a remote Norwegian Arctic island. The tourist was...
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    Could our planet Earth be one huge quarry?

    I don't know the flow but think most news stories are computer generated. Sand/sentiment would have filled the holes over time so the holes must be somewhat fresh, right?
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    Could our planet Earth be one huge quarry?

    Self explanatory: "Scientists exploring a submerged mountain range in the Mid-Atlantic stumbled onto something they can’t explain: An organized series of holes punched in the floor of the Atlantic Ocean." ‘They look almost human made.’ NOAA finds weird lines of holes in Mid-Atlantic floor
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    The Wrath of Gods: GeoWeapons vs natural Mud Flood

    The pyramids being vibration devices doesn't seem far fetched. What we currently see of the pyramids may be just the leftover frames. The original creators may have stripped them of the inner workings Or perhaps the locals melted everything down into statues long after the ancients died...
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    1908 machine used in Gary W. Va. mine - what is it?

    I looked at pictures of American Conestoga wagons (1820s and 1840s) and Prairie Schooners (1840s and 1850s). Those are made mostly of wood with some metal. no Cotter pins or wood-like pins. Wait. Found what might be a pin on a Prairie Schooner. Prairie Schooners 1840s and 1850s
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    1908 machine used in Gary W. Va. mine - what is it?

    Zooming around I noticed Cotter Pins on the machine. "In 1912, the family inventor Ira J. Young applied for a patent on a machine for forming split pins, later to be known as Cotter Pins."
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    1908 machine used in Gary W. Va. mine - what is it?

    The scattered tools and discarded box make it look like the machine has just been repaired. The hand is touching the lower 'teeth' so that's possibly what was repaired. The teeth look like they may rotate horizontally. Between the upper teeth and lower teeth are what appear to be exposed...
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    1908 machine used in Gary W. Va. mine - what is it?

    The device may have somehow been controlled by a tractor hitch. Thinking that it could be electric.... I thought it weird that John Deere was founded in 1837 while Ford Motor Company was founded 1903, General Motors was founded 1908. motor vs engine “People use both interchangeably, but the...
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    The Matrix: Sphere with a Flat Surface

    Generally speaking haven't our lives been reduced to a "9 to 5" template? Most of us perform the same routines day in and day out as our grandparents. From kindergarten to funeral planning. Separately we each go to the dentist every six months. Verify auto-pay once a month for each bill...
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Good post. "nails in his sandals got stuck to a rock" I get suspicious of stories like this. I think the nails would have to be pure and the magnetic rock very strong for a man to perceive the attraction let alone get "stuck". If the story went "With magnetic dust stuck to his sandal...
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    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    "Present-day Macon, Georgia". I may have found an olden day map of Macon, Georgia. The map has a north arrow :), but no legend :(. The river in the Google/gov maps look like a match, but perhaps the mounds are located off this map. Macon, Geo. 1864. Hey, I found these local fire maps. I...
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    Could our planet Earth be one huge quarry?

    I was looking at Google Earth. Using GEarth I zoomed into Alert, Canada and noticed the deep, but not exact, East/West ridge scaring. Take a look. Then as I was zooming out using GEarth I noticed scaring in the Atlantic Ocean, south of Greenland. This scaring looks eroded, but mostly...
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Good job on the field work so far. Could you offer one of the workers lunch for a look around? A back story might be doing a digital report for school on historic construction methods of Buffalo. Or you would like to collect a few pics for the guy at the senior center who says he built the...
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