“Some have suggested ancient technology glassified these Indus Valley ruins but electricity is a more plausible explanation.”
Electronics engineer says the Carolina Bays look exactly like ESD, electrostatic discharge, on the surface of semiconductor chips.
Talking about “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps”
“The current administration’s concept to replace a large part of imported crude oil with “homegrown” stuff from algae is akin to superstition.” Making fuel from coal or limestone “would be much easier and more straightforward.”
The huge beast was supposedly filmed wading through icy waters in the wilds of Siberia.
The footage, claimed to have been caught by a government-employed engineer last summer
“The Burgess Shale adds to evidence that evolution proceeded with bouts of rapid diversification interspersed with extinctions,” says this article in the Smithsonian, thus bolstering my contention that evolution does take leaps.
After finding well-preserved bone marrow in a thigh bone of a woolly mammoth found in Siberia, scientists believe it may be possible to clone the giant mammal within five years.
Archeologist Peter Mungo Jupp insists that catastrophic evolution occurs at magnetic reversals
Nano-diamonds coincide with the onset of cooling 12,900 years ago and may have wiped out woolly mammoths and the Clovis culture in North America.
Burt Rutan sent this video to me last night, along with the following note: