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    Maria Elena Whishaw in Her Helpful Book Atlantis in Spain Cites Plato’s Geography Without Realizing It

    July 31st, 2016

    Pioneering author on Atlantis, almost a hundred years ago, Maria Elena Whishaw in her classic book Atlantis in Spain, outlined the cultural and archaeological connections of the ancient Libyans and Moroccans to the inhabitants of southern Spain, with much impressive evidence, not having realized though that her geography jibes with Plato’s description of Atlantis (that greater Atlantis extended to Libya), this detail (and that Atlantis was bronze age) having escaped her.

     


    Gold Star Dad Kizr Kahn Should Suggest Ways to Intellectually Battle Militant Global Islamic Jihadism

    July 31st, 2016

    Kizr Kahn (the father of Humayun the fallen american muslim war hero) could perhaps best memorialize his son’s work by teaching on where militant islamic jihadists have ostensibly misinterpreted what Muhammed taught, potentially a big help in battling against that destructive ideology.

     


    Kevin McKeegan of UCLA Reports Original Protein Biochemistry of Algae in Two Billion Year Old Chert

    July 31st, 2016

    Some of the original biochemistries of algae and bacteria have been discovered by UCLA’s ion microprobe specialist Kevin McKeegan in chert sedimentary rock supposedly two billion years old, causing the mainstream scientific community much consternation, on top of the woe for them concerning the soft cell dinosaur tissues found in fossils ostensibly seventy-five million years old, tough times for the uniformitarians.

     


    Charles Hapgood Deduced Sexagesimal System Basis for Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings But Not How

    July 31st, 2016

    For his landmark book the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, professor Charles Hapgood deduced that the very ancient source maps for medieval maps were sexagesimally based, like the base 60 number systems of ancient Mesopotamia, yet like everyone else at the time, why it is the definitive system wasn’t known to Hapgood, but now we do know, by the earth’s axial precession rate of 72 years/degree, the basis of geometry which means earth measure.

     


    Ken Ham Masks Ark Encounter’s Poor Attendance Numbers Saying It’s so Big Thousands Aren’t Noticed

    July 31st, 2016

    What may have been projected to be the biggest day (Saturday July 30th) of the summer for the Ark Encounter, three weeks after its opening day and near the end of summer when some kids are due soon back at school, the attendance was 6,000 people says Ken Ham, which is just a thousand more than they must average per day to meet their projection of two million visitors per year. Ham says visitors shouldn’t be shocked if few people will be waiting to go onboard, because he says thousands will be onboard, yet then he says that once you’re inside, it will seem few visitors are there because the Ark is so big! That’s some pretty amazing spin, so he’s definitely in need of a shot in the arm for the Ark Encounter, such as demonstrating to the world how the ancients measured the earth to establish the cubit length used for Noah’s Ark, not the 20.4 inches Ham is now citing, rather 20.632 inches which is a subdivision of the radius length of the earth, by its axial precession rate of 72 years/degree.

     


    Millions of People Anciently Lived Where Now is Great Indian Desert Proving End of Ice Age Climate Change

    July 31st, 2016

    While in India, the invader Alexander the Great sent Aristobulus out to explore the Great Indian Desert, where upon his return reported sites of over eight hundred settlements in that bone-dry desert. Those settlements had been abandoned for about a thousand years, of the Indus Valley Civilization, ruins submerged offshore in the gulfs of Kutch (Kush) and Cambay (Ham) of that civilization too proving the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c.

     


    Ice Age Kashan Iran Lush Greenery Food for Animal Husbandry in Lieu of Hunting to Sustain Population

    July 31st, 2016

    When the massive ziggurat of Tepe Sialk and its city were built about four thousand years ago, central Iran now desert was green, where bones of cattle, sheep, and goats from the archaeological digs there far outnumber the bones of animals such as wild rams and gazelles hunted in the wild, proving that was during the Ice Age.

     


    Why Didn’t Khizr Khan Renounce Islamic Terrorism Sharia Law in His Patriotic Speech at Convention?

    July 31st, 2016

    Ringing hollow are the pronouncements of Khizr Khan at the Democratic National Convention, because if he actually opposes Islamic terror and Sharia law, then why didn’t he use that golden opportunity to tell the world that he opposes the enemy who killed his son, that many more than a few Muslims support global jihad?

     


    Much Anecdotal Evidence That Millennials for Bernie Want Hillary Defeated so Must Support Trump

    July 31st, 2016

    There is much anecdotal evidence from all over the country that millennials who had been supporting Bernie still want Hillary defeated, perhaps more than ever, which of course means they’ll be voting for Trump in the fall, because no other candidate has a real chance of defeating the woman whose husband would become The First Gentleman.

     


    Three Hundred Bronze Age Sites Next to Dry Stream Beds of Greece Befuddle Mainstream Historians

    July 31st, 2016

    What have been labeled bronze age sites in Greece, over three hundred of them, are next to dry stream beds, dry (except when it rains) since the end of the Ice Age circa 1400 b. c. Plato wrote that Greece was much more fertile during the days of Atlantis to the west, so the flooding of Atlantis really was the end of the Ice Age which was also known as the flood of Ogyges and Dardanus to the eastern Mediterraneans.