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    A very interesting 45 min. documentary about how Sahara was once green.

    When The Sahara Desert Was Green - Science Documentary 2017
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    Interesting Topic, especially when mainstream gets involved (vid).

    There's an interesting point you might want to take in account. That desert and many others here are not formed the way they tell you, but they are remnants of an ancient war, one can simply come to this conclusion by looking at glass found, the green/yellow kind and various other anomalies found in and around these areas. This war has most likely taken place pre-flood (>10.000 bc). Luckily there are People out there who've spent fair amounts of their life's years to accumulating such info, sometimes in the form of pictures. I'd recommend people watch some Gary Schoenung docs, they can be perceived as boring, due to the absence of sound, they make up for it with giving you knowledge. The installment I am thinking of takes around 4 hours to watch, it's a diehard choice I guess, lol. In any case, there's patterns and loads of similar buildings across that were simply destroyed, complete mountain peaks melted, impact evidence etc, he even finds entire vanished agricultural cities. If you add the spherical stones found all over, various sizes, filled with weapons grade sulfur (purity is not natural), which still burns btw. Tie this in with all the blasted, melted and destroyed megalithic sites and a picture will form.

    Parts of land would have dried out, some would have sunk, others surfaced. The Earth would have changed it's appearance, eventually leading up to the flood, or perhaps that war took place just before it, in any case, for us it all changed.

    Efo, point of knowledge, Sahara Desert means Desert Desert. It's either sahara, or desert, can't have both.

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    Yes and beneath Lybia is the largest soft water aquifier of Africa. Kadhafi wanted to make of Lybia the garden of Africa using this aquifier, and regreen the desert in parts while most of its population where a minimum of 8th grade, most high school graduates, and many University graduate, free universities by the way and free Medicare despite the fact that Kadhafi was a true despote.. We know what happened.... now we have a run down country, no more medics or schools, filled with fanatics jihadists and american sponsored Al Quaeda, name it. And a huge aquifier for the take of whomever is there or goes there. Not just petroleum for the take!
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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Yes and beneath Lybia is the largest soft water aquifier of Africa. Kadhafi wanted to make of Lybia the garden of Africa using this aquifier, and regreen the desert in parts while most of its population where a minimum of 8th grade, most high school graduates, and many University graduate, free universities by the way and free Medicare despite the fact that Kadhafi was a true despote.. We know what happened.... now we have a run down country, no more medics or schools, filled with fanatics jihadists and american sponsored Al Quaeda, name it. And a huge aquifier for the take of whomever is there or goes there. Not just petroleum for the take!
    ...and not only in the name of democracy...
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    I have had this picture in my mind for a long time of the Sahara being regreened. I understand that the WIND blows mostly from East to West on the Sahara. If true, why not spray the sand from East to West in stages with raw petroleum to keep it from moving, then introduce vegetation in its biological stages. There are rivers flowing under the Sahara which along with solar pumps and reservoirs can and will reforest the land. Saudi Arabia has the same situation with a huge underground aquifer broken by Moses for the escaping jews. These places, once lush with vegetation, according to Z. Sitchin once supported a large population and was wiped out by Enlil with atomic weapons when he had a dispute with his half brother.

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    @amor, Aflash, It seems that TPTB are aware of all of the amazing bounty and abundance this world has to offer. They just don't want to share it or make it available to anyone unless it is on their terms.
    Canada is enormous with unfathomable resources. We could feed the planet 20 x over easily just with basic hydroponics and greenhouses. DO we? Nope we don't even feed out own people.

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    @Flash,amor and CurEus

    "Groundwater storage for Africa based on the effective porosity and saturated aquifer thickness. Panel (a) shows a map of groundwater storage expressed as water depth in millimetres with modern annual recharge for comparison. Panel (b) shows the volume of groundwater storage for each country; the error bars are calculated by recalculating storage using the full ranges of effective porosity and thickness for each aquifer, rather than the best estimate. Annual renewable freshwater availability, (calculated by the FAO in 2005) generally used in water scarcity assessments is shown for comparison; Credit: IOP Science/Environmental Research Letters"


    "Aquifer productivity for Africa showing the likely interquartile range for boreholes drilled and sited using appropriate techniques and expertise; Credit: British Geological Survey"

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