Photo: The Ingá Stone, a possibly pre-Columbian set of petroglyphs found in Paraíba State, Brazil. It’s one of several pieces of evidence that the Amazon once held civilizations which were wiped out by disease after contact with Europe. Public Domain image by Jp. Juarez, from Wikimedia Commons.
One of the many inexplicable statements in historical literature is Gaspar de Carvajal’s description of his travels down the Amazon River with Francisco de Orellana. He says in numerous ways that the banks of the Amazon were stuffed with people, literally village after village for most of its length. No-one else reported this. All subsequent expeditions found the Amazon Basin much as it is today—thinly inhabited. Indeed it had to be this way, as Amazonian soils are notoriously poor for farming. The tragedy of modern-day deforestation of the jungle there is that the poor Brazilian farmers doing the cutting end up with farms that can’t support them for more than a few years before the soil’s nutrients are gone. Even the native Amazonians have to resort to slash-and-burn agriculture, clearing an area then moving on after a while to let the soil recover rather than settling in villages. De Carvajal, like many early explorers, must have been embellishing his tale to the point of lying.
Obama assured the Latino vote by once again throwing his middle finger up at Congress as he signed an Executive Order protecting criminals i.e illegal immigrants from deportation. Not only does this insure him most of the Latino votes in America, but it gives him 100% of the illegals who are fraudulently registered to vote . To use foreign criminals voting illegally is only one step in gaining a large block of voters. The second step is being led by Eric “Fast and Furious” Holder. Eric Holder before the League of Women Voters in Washington, D.C.:
However, that does not explain why Holder just ordered Florida to stop purging their vote registration records of people who have died or who are not citizens and thus ineligible to vote.
Looking at the whole picture It appears to me that Obama and his cronies feel they need criminals, undesirables and raising the dead to win the upcoming election. I guess you could call this block of voters collectively, “Zombies for Obama.”
This month, NASA engineer Eric Stackpole hiked to a spot in Trinity County, east of California’s rough Bigfoot country. Nestled at the base of a hill of loose rock, peppered by red and purple wildflowers, is Hall City Cave. For part of the winter the cave is infested with large spiders, but is mostly flooded year-round. Locals whisper the cave’s deep pools hold a cache of stolen gold, but Mr. Stackpole isn’t here to look for treasure.
He had, under his arm, what might appear to be a clunky toy blue submarine about the size of a lunchbox. The machine is the latest prototype of the OpenROV–an open-source, remotely operated vehicle that could map the cave in 3D using software from Autodesk and collect water in places too tight for a diver to go.
For now, it is exploring caves because it can only go down 100 meters. But it holds promise because it is cheap, links to a laptop, and is available to a large number of researchers for experimentation. . . . Read Complete Report
Mentioning to many of the leading lights in the field of so-called “Cattle Mutilations” the idea that the admittedly weird phenomenon might have far more to do with the the work of a clandestine group in government or the military than it does with black-eyed aliens from some far away galaxy, is likely to result in a response of an overwhelmingly negative and defensive nature. Belief (particularly of the Mulder-like “I want to believe” variety) is a very powerful tool when it comes to concluding this or that is linked to the UFO puzzle. And that goes for cattle-mutes, too.
But – say the full-on believers in the theory that E.T. like to chow down on a nice tasty steak now and again - if not the aliens, then who else could be responsible? For the most part, they scoff at the idea of predators, cults and the government (the latter being “them” in paranoia-land) as the culprits.
The fact of the matter, however, is that – for decades, no less – various official bodies have taken a clandestine and concerned interest in animal deaths and injuries all across the United States. But not for reasons relative to the actions of menacing, meat-loving extraterrestrials. Nope, the reasons are much different and, in many ways, far more disturbing. We’re talking about shadowy figures sabotaging the food-chain via deliberate, terrorist-style actions and officialdom’s secret and sometimes panicky attempts to stop it. . . . Read Complete Report
Diagram: Illustrates the “big bang” theory. This work has been released into the public domain by its author, Gnixon at the wikipedia project
According to the theory the universe started as a tight, hot, pressurized ball of energy that suddenly bust forth to expand into, and continues to expand into, the Universe we thank we know today. . . EDITOR
WHAT if there was an entire universe that existed before the Big Bang? This is the theory of a leading Oxford University scientist who claims to have evidence of stars and galaxies that existed long before the universe as we know it formed, The Daily Mail reported. . . . Read Complete Report
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