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by / on October 28, 2017 at 7:21 pm

Were ancient humans here 50,000 years ago? S.C. discovery reveals people were in region before previously thought

Via The Post and Courier People were burning fires at a quarry near the Savannah River as far back as 50,000 years ago. That would have been before the worst of the last Ice Age and millennia before South Carolina is thought to have been inhabited. The stunning finding from the Topper site near Allendale could rock the staid research […]

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by / on October 28, 2017 at 5:15 am

The Worldwide Flood: Unifying Science with the Human Narrative Tradition – GrahamHancock.com

Via GrahamHancock.com Join the Author of the Month at GrahamHancock.com   October 2017 AOM: The Worldwide Flood: Unifying Science with the Human Narrative Tradition   Michael Jaye It is with pleasure that we welcome our AoM for October, Michael Jaye PhD., whose book, The Worldwide Flood, reveals evidence of the flood catastrophe in deep antiquity. Central to Jaye’s effort is […]

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by / on April 26, 2017 at 3:39 am

REDEMPTION OF THE BEAST – The Carbon Cycle and the Demonization of CO2 part 4

Read part 3 here. Tropical Response to CO2 A study appeared in Trends in Ecology & Evolution in the year 2000 that looked at the response of tropical forests to the increasing amounts of atmospheric carbon dioxide. The authors, Yadvinder Malhi and John Grace, were with the Institute of Ecology and Resource Management, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Their report, appearing […]

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by / on March 13, 2017 at 3:46 am

REDEMPTION OF THE BEAST – The Carbon Cycle and the Demonization of CO2 – Part 2

Read part 1 here: After 21 more years of study, one of these authors, the late Sylvan Wittwer, (who passed away in 2012 at the age of 95) reiterated the fact that there were benefits to the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide. But then he went on to say something else very interesting. He, along with co-author Emeritus Professor of […]

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by / on August 18, 2016 at 4:44 pm

The Teton Dam Collapse: An Essay on Modern Catastrophe – Part 3

Read Parts 1 & 2 here. Click on left arrow to advance photos in chronological order from right to left. AFTERMATH In the effort to understand the causes and origins of this monumental failure there were a number of conclusions arrived at by the various investigating committees. No final agreement was ever reached as to any single cause for the […]

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by / on August 13, 2016 at 5:35 am

The Teton Dam Collapse: An Essay on Modern Catastrophe – Part 2

Read part 1 here. PRELUDE Like the Mosul Dam, the Teton Dam was an earthen embankment structure and, like the current dangerous predicament of the Mosul Dam, the failure of the Teton Dam was the result of the cumulative effect of human error. The multiple purposes for which the dam was being built included agricultural irrigation, flood control, power generation […]

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by / on August 4, 2016 at 4:52 pm

The Teton Dam Collapse: An Essay on Modern Catastrophe – Part 1

“As every dam engineer knows, water also has one job, and that is to get past anything in its way” David Macauley, Building Big, 2000. I have written in another article about a potential disaster that could occur in Iraq if the Mosul Dam fails. I described the conditions of the dam built during the regime of Saddam Hussein on […]

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by / on June 12, 2016 at 6:58 am

Is The House Of History Built upon Foundations of Sand? – Graham Hancock

Via Grahamhancock.com Here’s my TEDX talk on the lost civilization: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyfE3IvDWR8 …I dispensed with presentational style, and read the talk, because my concern, with this one, was above all in getting the content right, for the record. TED tried to ban my last talk (The War on Consciousness)– see here for details. In case TED ban me again I request […]

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by / on January 21, 2016 at 3:48 am

Cosmic Lessons: The Day of The Dead – Part 2

In the first part of this article last month I introduced Robert Grant Haliburton and his researches into the ancient Festival of the Dead that coincides with our modern day celebration of Halloween. Upon discovering the universality of a similar festival held at the same time each year in cultures around the world, far removed from each other in time […]

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by / on January 9, 2016 at 9:17 pm

Planetary defense: NASA creates office to oversee asteroid detection

Via RT.com With heightened concern over potential ‘Armageddon’-like asteroids causing a ‘Deep Impact’ on Earth, NASA has created a new office tasked with coordinating detection of potential crashes and “planning for planetary defense.” Part of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, the Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) will supervise all NASA efforts that track near-Earth objects (NEOs), such as asteroids and comets. […]

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