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    Default Weird forests once sprouted in Antarctica

    "Ancient Antarctic forests may have been a mix of deciduous and evergreen, a new study suggests."

    http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wil...-in-antarctica

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    Default Re: Weird forests once sprouted in Antarctica

    More evidence for the Earth crust movement theory? What was once a land mass at the Equator moved to the Antarctic position?
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    Default Re: Weird forests once sprouted in Antarctica

    Quote Posted by conk (here)
    More evidence for the Earth crust movement theory? What was once a land mass at the Equator moved to the Antarctic position?
    Or the earth had a different rotational axis.
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    Two steps ahead, and you are deemed a crackpot.

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    Default Re: Weird forests once sprouted in Antarctica

    Graham Hancock must be happy to see his predictions come true. Now if the researchers would would stop their guesswork and biased assumptions about the age of their findings, they would come to understand what Hancock postulated. That the Antarctic continent is home of the First Ones, The Watchers, perhaps even The Shining Ones, who brought civilization and knowledge back to the world after a calamitous period when most of humanity was wiped out. They will find, if they can leave their biases behind, that Antarctica was icefree between 10,000 and 12,000 years ago.
    Forget about it

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    Default Re: Weird forests once sprouted in Antarctica

    Nah...

    ... those are remnants from growth in huge greenhouses like these huge domes on the moon...
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