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

    Could it be that something changed (or was changed) in the atmosphere (with atmosphere being the envelope of gases surrounding the earth)?
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    Our civilization did not build Titanic, Olympic or Britannic. Theirs did. Was it the Tartarian one?

    In 1942 Walt Disney made this film for Lockheed & the National Film Board of Canada. Do we have any evidence of this technology being used while building the ships in question?
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    Our civilization did not build Titanic, Olympic or Britannic. Theirs did. Was it the Tartarian one?

    You guys have a wonderful debate :) here is a good quality close-up image.
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    1909: Ditch Tesla, buy Babcock Runabout

    Thank you. Fixed.
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    1909: Ditch Tesla, buy Babcock Runabout

    In light of recent grid related news from California and Europe, I wonder what kind of electrical grid infrastructure they had to support getting these vehicles charged.
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    Thank you for your kind words. As far as podcasts go, this is not something I'm interested in at...

    Thank you for your kind words. As far as podcasts go, this is not something I'm interested in at the moment.
  7. 1920: New correct map of the flat surface, stationary Earth.

    1920: New correct map of the flat surface, stationary Earth.

    New correct map of the flat surface, stationary Earth.
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    19th century: 3,000-mile Intracoastal Waterway

    What do you make of this? 1812 Source
  9. 1852 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #3

    1852 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #3

    The bridge was designed by British engineer Charles Blacker Vignoles. Construction started in 1848 and was completed in 1853. The 776-metre-long (2,546 ft) bridge was the largest at that time in Europe. A silver model of the bridge was presented at The Great Exhibition in London. In 1920...
  10. 1853 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #2

    1853 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #2

    The bridge was designed by British engineer Charles Blacker Vignoles. Construction started in 1848 and was completed in 1853. The 776-metre-long (2,546 ft) bridge was the largest at that time in Europe. A silver model of the bridge was presented at The Great Exhibition in London. In 1920...
  11. 1855 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #1

    1855 Nicholas Chain Bridge in Kyiv #1

    The bridge was designed by British engineer Charles Blacker Vignoles. Construction started in 1848 and was completed in 1853. The 776-metre-long (2,546 ft) bridge was the largest at that time in Europe. A silver model of the bridge was presented at The Great Exhibition in London. In 1920...
  12. The Battle of Los Angeles in 1942.

    The Battle of Los Angeles in 1942.

    The Battle of Los Angeles, also known as the Great Los Angeles Air Raid, is the name given by contemporary sources to a rumored attack on the continental United States by Imperial Japan and the subsequent anti-aircraft artillery barrage which took place from late 24 February to early 25 February...
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    Question | What date? The Bronze Horseman statue of Peter the Great.

    Thought it would be relevant here. Courtesy of @nadahufsa in this post. Did some image searching and came up with the below image. As far as I understand, this is some old French postcard. I don't know how trustworthy this source is. I don't even know if such a postcard even exists. At the same...
  14. 1572 Asiae Nova Descriptio

    1572 Asiae Nova Descriptio

    Ortelius’ fine map of Asia well represents the continent at a time when Europeans were expanding their power in the far east.
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    Question | The Language of the Slaves? Soft disclosure?

    I am not sure I 100% believe in soft disclosures, but it sure appears plausible that there is such a tool out there. "The language of the slaves... I may have use for you... And the rewards... will be great." - The Mummy, 1999. I find it interesting that Imhotep did not recognize any of the...
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