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

    Google lied to me? Not the first time.
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    American Chestnut Trees: Natural Extinction, or Victims of Bioweaponry?

    You may be onto something. The pando aspen forest in Utah, considered the largest living organism in the world is also dying. Not from a parasite or fungus (unless you consider humans parasites). Climate change, predation, human encroachment, blah blah. The usual. Link For those who consider...
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    American Chestnut Trees: Natural Extinction, or Victims of Bioweaponry?

    Same thing happened with Dutch Elm trees in the early part of the 20th century and by the 40's-50's an eradication program was in full tilt. Dutch elms are not as useful as the chestnut, not as tall, etc. but the similarity and time frame of 2 different species of trees being eradicated by fungi...
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    Question | Year 2030: what are they hiding?

    Got it. Guess I should have elaborated but I was brief because I was typing on my phone. We know or think we know that global resets are cyclical in nature and that there seems to be something known as the Phoenix phenomenon occurring every 138 years. Last one was in 1902 next one is 2040. If...
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    Question | Year 2030: what are they hiding?

    Not sure I'm understanding your complaint.
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    Question | Year 2030: what are they hiding?

    Well the red star Betelgeuse recently (August 2022) had a massive SME (surface mass ejection) and is apparently set to supernova (if it hasn't already). link Not sure what implications that would have for earth but my understanding is that Betelgeuse is somehow tied to our moon. I admit I don't...
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    19th Century Prisons: what were they before they became prisons?

    Surely a later addition? Did anybody have flush toilets in 1787?
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    Ancient Coats of Arms

    Another oddity about that tapestry is the lack of stirrups on the horses. Stirrups supposedly invented in AD 4th century China but not used in Europe until 10th century. We're told the tapestry is 1600's and has great detail throughout but no stirrups.
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    The Great Seal of the State of California: Horned Creature and the War Goddess

    The horned "gods" (keeping in mind that "god" means "mighty one" (not deity) might have been horned due to a cultural tradition similar to our use of letters "PhD" after our names. It was a symbol of wisdom. Wiki and the official narrative says horns were a symbol of warrior quality fierceness...
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    Circular lakes: evidence of the War of Gods?

    I'm not sure what aliens, other dimensions, or supernatural powers have to do with circular lakes. Human beings are perfectly capable of blowing shit up as evidenced by the nightly news. Circular shapes are natural but perfectly circular shapes are not. Especially when the circular lakes are...
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    Tartary was an extremely large area. It's entirely possible that there were diversified regions. Much like the USA. The people, speech/accent, and customs of Georgians, for example, is quite different from those of Californians. The steppe people/tribe share many similarities to the Arabs...
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    Obelisks of Axum: cargo cult or mockup city skyscrapers?

    Sorry. Comparing this pic to the others it occurs to me that it's probably just a shadow. My bad.
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    Obelisks of Axum: cargo cult or mockup city skyscrapers?

    Seems it would have been easier and cheaper to just build another obelisk rather than transport the old one. Also, in one of those pictures, the obelisk looks like the right third is cracked from top to bottom. Any explanation as to how a building can be cracked (deeply) and still be standing?
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    Boyars and the Clothes of Giants

    Slim shady in the middle does seem to have narrowed shoulders. And about the same size feet which doesn't make any sense at all.
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    Boyars and the Clothes of Giants

    If these were intended for giants I'd think the clothes would not fit these smaller people in the shoulders. We have some pretty nonsensical fashions in current times also. Perhaps the extra fabric was akin to a status symbol as in only rich people could afford to be wasteful of fabric...
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    What lies beneath Panarea Island? Could it be a pyramid?

    Those cut stone walls underwater have to be a housing for something. Or maybe an entrance to the pyramid? Google offered this tidbit: Panarea has been created followed by Dattilo, with its pyramid form, Bottaro, Panarelli, Formiche, Lisca Bianca, Lisca Nera, and Basiluzzo, with its shape of a...
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    19th Century: The Boynton Bicycle Railroad

    He named his bicycle train "rocket". What did the word rocket mean in the days before there were rockets?
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    Ancient Coats of Arms

    I have a question. In the first tapestry of Alexander meeting the queen of the Amazon's, what is that thing in the upper left hand corner? Maybe my old eyes deceive me but it looks to me to be a dinosaur fitted for riding.
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    Found one reference that I don't have access to. Noe Tartarorum in Confounding Powers Anarchy and International from the Assassins to AlQaeda. "A furore Tartarorum libera nos" by William J. Brenner
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