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Heard this a couple of nights ago on Exp Per but they don’t have it on the yt yet and the mp3 just would not write to disk for some reason even though it was under the limit. Will add the yt later. I was impressed with the fellow being interviewed. Checked out his channel and found good things so I remain impressed. Which is damn refreshing. First a linkage to the EP show which is all this man and his experiences. Then a couple of shorts from Dark Waters on the topic.

Dogman Island

August 7, 2017

This week on Expanded Perspectives the guys talk with a man simply known as “Dark Waters” about his sighting, his channel and some truly disturbing encounters people have sent to him over the years. The Dark Waters Channel is the place to find real true horror stories. This channel was born out of his own paranormal experience he had when he was 12 years old. Since then he has been fascinated with things that go bump in the night. You will find that he has creepy stories from all over the world. The Dark Waters Channel has since it’s inception in Nov 2015 made history by being highlighed for 4 hours on Coast to Coast Am and Darkness Radio.

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Dogman Island

Dogman Island This Scary story highlight the instinct of dogman to intimidate those who the come into contact with. Dogman is the most terrifying cryptid and has earned the name of Crypto- Terrorist because of it’s unpredictable nature.

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3 Creepy Stories New Orleans
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10 True Horror Stories From Hurricane Katrina featuring Mr. X Dreams
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SVhn

Charity Hospital New Orleans
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmkG-

8 True Horror Stories| True Creepy Stories To Keep You Up At Night
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adZOq

3 Bigfoot Stories That Will Scare
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPbH4

My Dogman Encounter They Are Out There
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2Xjq

8 True Horror Stories
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adZOq

Two Fightening Mississippi Dogman Stories
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC4QX

True Dogman Encounter
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3 Creepy Stories New Orleans
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Dogman Ain’t No Joke | True Scary Story

Dogman Ain’t No Joke This story highlight the instinct of dogman to intimidate these those who the come into contact with. Dogman is the most terrifying cryptid and has earned the name of Crypto- Terrorist because of it’s unpredictable nature.

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And now, an equally impressive fella from Kentucky… and this man presents a quite unexpected take on things so I put in both !

The Cussing Kentuckian’s Encounter with Dogman-Part 1

Friend and subscriber of the BDRP, the Cussing Kentuckian, discusses the group of Dogmen that rambled uncomfortably close to his family home and his interest in Cryptid research

Part 2-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygNjW…

The Cussing Kentuckian’s Encounter with Dogman-Part 2

The Cussing Kentuckian returns to give us more on putting together the first Kentucky Dogman encouter map,his own encounters with The Dogman creatures as well as discuss his future plans as a field investigator and more.

And now, here be another impressive fella from Kentucky… and this man presents a quite unexpected take on things so I put in both !

 

After Hours AM DogMan & Bigfoot researcher Kirk Stokes

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On the addition with hosts Joel Sturgis & Steve Asher we welcome accomplished Cryptologist Kirk Stokes to the show. Kirk is also the creator of several youtube videos chronicling his research of both Dogmen and Bigfoot. Kirk joins us in the bottom of hour one. In the first half hour Joel and Steve discuss election day and their thoughts,

NOTE Start at 32:07

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Veteran Researcher/Field Investigator Kirk Stokes first live appearance

 

 

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The Crash at Cape Girardeau

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start off talking about how the Solar Impulse 2 is the record breaking aircraft that achieved the first ever trans-Atlantic flight powered solely by the sun. With a wingspan of a Boeing 747 jumbo jet, and weighing a mere 2,300kg, the plane itself is a technological marvel. While it’s certainly not the world’s first solar plane, it is the first to fly for 5 consecutive days and nights without any traditional fuels. Then, researchers at Case Western Reserve University have combined tissues from a sea slug with flexible 3-D printed components to build “biohybrid” robots that crawl like sea turtles on the beach. Then, researchers have posted a fascinating study where you can actually hear how our ancestors spoke 8,000 years ago. Scientists from the universities of Cambridge and Oxford have managed to reproduce some of the words that originated from a language which disappeared from the face of the Earth thousands of years ago. Then, an Oregon witness at Lebanon reported watching a fast-moving object crossing his property just four feet off of the ground that created a water-like distortion in the air. After the break Kyle gets into a lesser known alleged crash of a UFO in the great state of Missouri back in the spring of 1941. Thanks for listening to Expanded Perspectives! Please write us a review in iTunes, it really helps us out. Also, don’t forget about Expanded Perspectives Elite. You can sign up by going to the website and clicking on the Elite tab. Everyone have a great week!

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Had not heard of this one, or could not remember – since if it was on Wendelle’s list then I read the listing for it but that was ages ago if it ever happened. Probably did. But I never went into the crashes too much. Anyway, seems legit. As these things go, that is = ) But I do like these stories of course. This one’s good what with a priest and all, eh?

I noted the part about the biobot – that is pretty damn cool – and it warmed me eart as I went to that school for a year and got a great friend out of it. Ha… Sluggo! No doubt it will be weaponized with no civvy versions out anytime soon.

You will no doubt see more from these lads, they ‘ave good ‘eads and do great topics and I like them. They seem like Good People.

Reminds me of my INFO days. I miss them guys. All of them. Phyllis too. They’re how I met John. And, um, others.

Oregon! Reminds me of Butch Witkowski’s Pennsylvanian distortions on an ‘ooverbeik. Which are like the Predator.

Good stuff eh !

 

Peace

 

Dr. Robert Schoch

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys talk again about Godzilla and his counterparts, The new Discovery Channel Special “Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives” and then they speak with the legendary Robert M. Schoch. The talk about his new book “Forgotten Civilization”. Dr. Robert M. Schoch, a full-time faculty member at the College of General Studies at Boston University since 1984, earned his Ph.D. (1983) in Geology and Geophysics at Yale University. He also holds an M.S. and M.Phil. in Geology and Geophysics from Yale, as well as degrees in Anthropology (B.A.) and Geology (B.S.) from George Washington University. In the early 1990s, Dr. Schoch stunned the world with his revolutionary research that recast the date of the Great Sphinx of Egypt to a period thousands of years earlier than its standard attribution. In demonstrating that the leonine monument has been heavily eroded by water despite the fact that its location on the edge of the Sahara has endured hyper-arid climactic conditions for the past 5,000 years, Dr. Schoch revealed to the world that mankind’s history is greater and older than previously believed. Dr. Schoch’s latest research, put forth in his newest book, Forgotten Civilization: The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future, points to the astronomical cause of the demise of antediluvian civilizations, as well as the scientific and archaeological evidence that supports his conclusions.

Fascinating findings and it is truly a tragedy so many are completely oblivious to this. No surprise of course, but when you really grasp it and realize the scale and scope of what came before, the mind is inevitably blown to smithereens.

I’ve spoken to Robert. Robert is Good People. If he says it, you count on it. No BS and no Woo here, thank God.

The work he is doing is unprecedented in it’s thoroughness and scalar diversity and nothing short of brilliant.

Dig it, man.

Astonishing Evidence of Lost Civilizations – Brilliant ! Dr Robert Schoch

Earth-Keeper 2016: HD – Brilliant ! Dr Robert Schoch’s Absolute Best – Utterly Genius, Truly Astonishing Cutting Edge, Well Supported Theories That Will Turn Main Stream ‘Old-Guard’ Theory on Its Side. This is a ‘Must See’ Presentation, Articulately Delivered Lending Compelling Evidence of Humanity’s ‘Forgotten Past’. Filmed Live at the Earth-Keeper Colorado Star-Gate Event, Before a Live Sold-Out Audience of 500+. Dr. Robert M. Schoch, an acclaimed Professor at Boston University, earned his PhD’s in Geology & in Geophysics at Yale University. He also holds an M.S. and M.Phil. in Geology & Geophysics from Yale, as well as degrees in Anthropology (B.A.) and Geology (B.S.) from George Washington University. In 2014, Dr. Schoch was awarded the title of Honorary Professor of the Naval Academy, Varna, Bulgaria. In the early 1990s, Dr. Schoch stunned the world with his revolutionary research that recast the date of the Great Sphinx of Egypt to a period thousands of years earlier than its standard attribution. In demonstrating that the leonine monument has been heavily eroded by water despite the fact that its location on the edge of the Sahara has endured hyper-arid climactic conditions for the past 5,000 years, Dr. Schoch revealed to the world that mankind’s history is greater and older than previously believed. Dr. Schoch’s latest research, put forth in his newest book, Forgotten Civilization: The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future, points to the astronomical cause of the demise of antediluvian civilizations, as well as the scientific and archaeological evidence that supports his conclusions. Dr Schoch is an impeccable academic who has emerged to be one of the most important beacons of humanity’s true& forgotten history !!!

I never realized there were so many of these shows on. Glad that there are so more people can learn. Some woofolk scattered here and there but not much which is a good sign, too.

Demise Of The Ice-Age Civilization (Part 1 & 2) – A conversation with Robert Schoch

Is it true that an advanced Civilization existed prior to the end of the Ice-Age? If so, what do we KNOW about it, why did it collapse, what does the hard science say, & is the academic cover-up finally diminishing? Dr. Schoch visits the Forum, with a full account about such matters as worldwide Pyramids, the Sphinx’ real age, how remnants in Gobekli Tepe, Easter Islands, & elsewhere were prehistoric sacred sites. But we go much deeper. You will also hear the most likely cause to the climate change sweeping every planet of our solar system – including the most crucial fact for our civilization to heed, if we are to avoid our ancestors demise …

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Rock on.

The Sphinx, Gobekli Tepe, Ancient Catastrophes Dr Robert Schoch

Video about The Sphinx, Gobekli Tepe and Ancient Catastrophes from Suspicious Observers http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/

We need to come up with a time machine. Soon.

It is the only way, thanks to the destructive power of Mother Nature, that we will ever know what we were before.

I am rooting for “In My Lifetime.”

So they better hurry up.

 

Peace

 

Frank Sinatra – Chicago

I do not own the rights to this song.

Lyrics

Chicago, Chicago–that toddlin’ town.
Chicago, Chicago–I will show you around. I love it.
Bet your bottom dollar you’ll lose the blues in Chicago, Chicago.
The town that Billy Sunday couldn’t shut down.

On State Street, that great street, I’d just want to say –
They do things they don’t do on Broadway.
They have the time, the time of their life.
I saw a man, he danced with his wife.
In Chicago, Chicago, my home town.

Chicago, Chicago–that toddlin’ town.
Chicago, Chicago–I’ll show you around. I love it.
Bet your bottom dollar you’ll lose the blues in Chicago, Chicago.
The town that Billy Sunday could not shut down.

On State Street that great street, I’d just like to say –
They do things that they never do on Broadway.
They have the time, the time of their life.
I saw a man, he danced with his wife.
In Chicago… Chicago… Chicago.
That’s my hometown!

Oh Frank, man, how do you #ing do that?

I’ve bin wantin’ to play that in honor of the new mothman batman type dude who’s been making very swoopy appearances in that notorious town called Chicago lately. Notorious. Hey man, they got their own special Blues, you dig?

Who better than Frankie? That was recorded in one take, you know. ONE. #ing awesome. What happened to that?

Before I can’t steer back… Our own Lon Strickler of Phantoms and Monsters is hot on the case along with Manuel Navarette of UFO Clearinghouse. Lon has made this fab map that I couldn’t resist sharing. It’s interactive and the numbers will take you further down the rabbit hole. Also listen to Arcane Radio for updates.  Map’s updated with new ones as they happen but I don’t know if this instantiation will or not. We’ll see.

= )

Pretty localized… critter’s staying in that one general place … doesn’t look so large mile-wise.

Looks like it makes forays straight in from a starting place then does the same thing a little ways on down the line.

I really want this to get sorted out because it is the strangest stuff going at the mo.’

Yep, even stranger than the dogmen … although I really dig them too!

 

Peace

 

Giant Skeletons: A Contentious Debate – presented by Micah Hanks FULL LECTURE

See more Megalithomania videos and subscribe at: https://www.youtube.com/MegalithomaniaUK. Micah Hanks discussed the folklore surrounding giants as well as evidence that may support the existence of larger than normal human beings. He referenced a petroglyph in North Carolina known as Judaculla Rock, named after a giant of Cherokee legend called Tsul ‘Kalu. Hanks shared the myth of Tsul ‘Kalu and how it ties into the history of purported giants found in the Americas. Anthropologists James Mooney records the tale of a party of slant-eyed giants nearly twice as tall as common men that had come from the West to visit the Cherokee. There is a contentious debate about the existence of giants, noting that it is not necessarily a conspiracy since some of the best evidence supporting human remains of large stature can actually be found in Smithsonian records. http://micahhanks.com. Filmed on the ‘Ancient Alien Cruise’ organised by Mike Migliore.

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Okay watch out … my interest in ancient stuff has had twin turbos installed so expect more of these types of posts.

I am pleased to see Micah on the case. He’s good with no woo, thorough in research, very intelligent and able to articulate topics so they’re understood in voice or writing. Not only that … he is a really good musician.

Hanks is a welcome bit of fresh air in a field I have been in way too long having met way too many looneys. And I do mean looneys. He was that way when he started and he still is. This is a good thing.

It would be such a thrill to discover something so powerfully cool. After watching and hearing this you will know that it could still happen. No woo needed.

Enjoy.

Peace

 

Nessie spotted in loch in Scotland

Seagull attacks Nessie

Well now, I don’t know. A tube commenter said that at 0:26 you can see a rope being pulled taught, meaning that it is a log, but I can’t on on full screen on my 4K 15.6 incher (the vid’s 1080p), but we need to take my severe glaucoma into account. Thanks depression! I ask… do you see it? Please let me know.

It does change direction, but that could be done, I imagine and depending on the topography it could even be easy…

But what’s got the bird’s knickers in a twist?

Do they usually get annoyed with logs as a matter of routine?

I thank the Pucabob, Friend, Fortean and High Priest of Maine for posting this.

 

Peace

 

It is! Chock full of really interesting stuff, this place. And lots of stuff gets a “fascinating.”

That’s a nice one.

True color by my buddy Charles Schults!

Pan of Gusev

Those are some nice looking plains.

 

 

 

Look at that. That looks fine. Like somewhere I would want to walk around and check out.

Glad we are going up!

Peace

 


Up the airy mountain,
Down the rushy glen,
We daren’t go a-hunting,
For fear of little men;
— William Allingham – The Fairies

 

The Little People

Nothing fancy here folks, just keeping everyone updated on one of the latest. Please refer to the Phantoms & Monsters article for more details……
http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/20…

Okay now, before you giggle…

Consider the fact that in 1850 – when the Scot, William Allingham penned his famous poem, the fear of little men was a very serious subject that impacted daily life. Even preventing men on horseback with firearms from going hunting to fill their bellies. That could be considered significant, methinks.

I have not yet encountered a little person. Given the poem I am usually of the opinion that this is likely a good thing, but I do note that according to JC Johnson’s findings these lil guys are not only still around and being seen but are indeed found all over the globe and not just found in Yurrop… as the impression might surely have taken hold from readings such as that poem.

JC mentioned the Hobbits, Homo florensiensis, found in the islands of the Asian / Australian area of the Pacific, but I am thinking that those are not the right guys, as we only have ancient remains which appear to be rare and there was recently a decision by the boffins that they are not on our branch of the tree at all, not that that latter bit matters a whole lot, but still…

At any rate, I’m of the opinion (currently) that the little men are a different critter all together and – one that is apparently still around and causing the occasional ruckus.

I think we should find out one way or another.

Peace

I apologize for the brevity of my posts, but I just don’t have the resource of time at hand these days…bear with me.

More peace

 

Here for your approval are some critters from the same old drive as the recent post : ) Actually the Bigfoot / Yowie dude is new but all the rest are from days gone by. Quite the diversity of species, eh! From bacteria to a horse and a Syrian ass! Put in a movie star and a blob-o-light too just for lulz. That ginormous segmented grey beastie of a soldier fly larva – omg – I could do without meeting, truth be told, but, it is pretty nifty. Click one, it will be nice.

Enjoy

Love animals.

ALL animals.

Except cockroaches.

Peace

 

Marias Pass, Mars

Sol 991-995 Mastcam imagery projected onto Navcam meshes.
Sol 1080 Mt.Sharp Panorama

Credit: NASA, JPL/Caltech

Blender navcam import plugin by Rob Haarsma: https://github.com/phaseIV

Music: Matt Uelman – Desert

Yellowknife Bay, Mars

Curiosity Sol 137 Mastcam imagery projected onto Sol 133 Navcam meshes.

Credit: NASA, JPL/Caltech

Blender navcam import plugin by Rob Haarsma: https://github.com/phaseIV

Music: Jan Jelinek – Do Dekor
https://www.discogs.com/Jan-Jelinek-L…

Southern Flank of Husband Hill, Mars

Spirit rover sols 672-677 (Nov 23-28 2005 ) Pancam imagery projected onto Sol 671 Navcam meshes.

Credit: NASA, JPL/Caltech

Blender navcam import plugin by Rob Haarsma: https://github.com/phaseIV

Music: Alan Hovhaness – Sonata for Harp, Op. 127: ll. Lento misterioso

https://www.discogs.com/Alan-Hovhanes…

Fabulous!

Credit for these videos being available to us plebes goes to the user sittingduck at Unmanned Spaceflight, a project of The Planetary Society, which has some rather dedicated people who document Curiosity’s activities in detail on a sol-to-sol basis. Very cool. The necessary software to do this was created by Rob Haarsma. See above for the link.

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This kind of immersion is possible by creating a 3D mesh from the stereo views of Curiosity’s navigation cameras (greyscale). This means that the shapes and general dimensions of the rocks and landscape are amazingly accurate. The whole scene has been imported into Blender (a free 3D editing program), merged with high-resolution color images from Curiosity’s MastCam and all that was finally compiled into a video.

I do believe we are on our way!

And I don’t think it gets any better than that.

Dig it.

Peace

 

Arrivederci Pinuccio.

Now this is pretty sporty, innit?

Videolina Stasera alle 22 Videolina ripropone una puntata di Sardegna Canta Ieri e Oggi dedicata a Pinuccio Sciola. Era l’estate del 2012, e Pinuccio e Ambra Pintore parlarono per ore.

Tonight at 22 videolina replicates an episode of sardinia sing yesterday and today on saltsburg. It was the summer of 2012, and amber pintore pinuccio and they talked for hours.

Would love to try it in person.

One of the commenters on this vid’s page (click the date) did visit the artist, played his stones and said he is a nice guy.

But of course he is : )

Sharon Renee Stewart for the curious, like me. from Wiki: “Pinuccio Sciola (1942-13 May 2016) is a sculptor and muralist from San Sperate, Sardinia. His work has been mentioned as a major attraction of the nearby town of Assemini. His work has also been exhibited in Alghero. Forms in which he works include pietre sonore or “sound stones”: large sculptures (mainly limestones or basalts) that resonate when rubbed by human hands or small rocks.”

Music! Food of love, you know…

So, keep calm and play on.

Peace

 

Joe Rogan Experience #872 – Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson

Graham Hancock is an English author and journalist, well known for books such as “Fingerprints Of The Gods” & his latest book “Magicians of the Gods” is available now. Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar.

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Magicians of the Gods: http://grahamhancock.com/magicians/

Graham Hancock website: http://grahamhancock.com/

Randall Carlson websites: http://sacredgeometryinternational.com/
& http://geocosmicrex.com/

I was looking for a similar one, more recent issue of the wonderful Joe Rogan show, one where these two great minds go up against the willfully ignorant but quite smart Michael Shermer, Super Skeptic. But I admit to being absolutely thrilled that I found this one! It’s three and a half hours long—and I could not stop watching it. Couldn’t!

This particular podcast has within it what has got to be the single most awesome and profound revelation of reality—REAL reality—that has ever hit my mind. And oh Lordy do the pieces ever fit. Perfectly. All of them. Mind : Blown. To freakin’ smithereens, man. This has got to be what happened. There is no way anyone can ever pull me back.

Not that I was ever far… I knew there was an advanced civilization that ended and we are the scraggly survivors… but… to see the evidence… yes, evidence… testifying in unequivocal and unerasable style as to what happened to them… it is just profound and quite frankly stunning. It can take a bit, because the scale is so vast that it is almost inconceivable.

So many disciplines come together to tell the story. But we are just at the tip of the iceberg in understanding our past. It is also important to realize that the same thing can happen to us. It is not speculation, more a matter of when. And if we get on the stick we, with our present day resources and going forward can come up with a solution. It is thankfully, quite likely that the corporate world can be convinced to solve it, because doing so will allow them to collect vast riches in the near future, something they are known to have at least a passing interest in.

Please take the time to watch it. If you are on this blog you will very likely love it and be as gob-smacked as I am.

Hail to the Heretic!

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STUNNING DISCOVERY
Some 110 million years ago, this armored plant-eater lumbered through what is now western Canada, until a flooded river swept it into open sea. The dinosaur’s undersea burial preserved its armor in exquisite detail. Its skull still bears tile-like plates and a gray patina of fossilized skins.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

SHIELDED FROM DECAY
Armored dinosaurs’ trademark plates usually scattered early in decay, a fate that didn’t befall this nodosaur. The remarkably preserved armor will deepen scientists’ understanding of what nodosaurs looked like and how they moved.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

During its burial at sea, the nodosaur settled onto its back, pressing the dinosaur’s skeleton into the armor and embossing it with the outlines of some bones. One ripple in the armor traces the animal’s right shoulder blade.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

On the nodosaur’s torso, chocolate-brown ribs lie next to tan osteoderms and dark gray scales. Tendons that once held up the dinosaur’s tail (top) run alongside its spine, preserved as dark brown bands resembling jerky.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

A lucky break in the nodosaur’s left shoulder spike reveals a cross section of its bony core. The spike’s tip was sheathed in keratin, the same material that’s in human fingernails.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

Royal Tyrrell Museum technician Mark Mitchell slowly frees the nodosaur’s foot and scaly footpad from the surrounding rock. Mitchell’s careful work will preserve for years to come the animal’s enigmatic features.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

SOLVING THE PUZZLE
In life this imposing herbivore—called a nodosaur—stretched 18 feet long and weighed nearly 3,000 pounds. Researchers suspect it initially fossilized whole, but when it was found in 2011, only the front half, from the snout to the hips, was intact enough to recover. The specimen is the best fossil of a nodosaur ever found.
COMPOSITE OF EIGHT IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHED AT ROYAL TYRRELL MUSEUM OF PALAEONTOLOGY, DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA (ALL)

 

A cluster of pebble-like masses may be remnants of the nodosaur’s last meal.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK

 

MANUEL CANALES, NGM STAFF; PATRICIA HEALY. ART: DAVIDE BONADONNA. SOURCES: CALEB MARSHALL BROWN AND DONALD HENDERSON, ROYAL TYRELL MUSEUM OF PALAEONTOLOGY; JAKOB VINTHER; C. R. SCOTESE, PALEOMAP PROJECT

When I was a little boy I was hell-bent-for-leather on becoming a paleontologist when I grew up. I occasionally think it would have been a good thing. I even wrote a long letter to the legendary Roy Chapman Andrews at the American Museum of Natural History. He was my Hero, see… Unbeknownst to my preteen mind, he had passed a bit before then  and the museum staff wrote me a very sweet letter explaining that gently and encouraging my paleontological endeavors. Yeah, maybe I should have done that.

On the afternoon of March 21, 2011, a heavy-equipment operator named Shawn Funk was carving his way through the earth, unaware that he would soon meet a dragon.

At first glance the reassembled gray blocks look like a nine-foot-long sculpture of a dinosaur. A bony mosaic of armor coats its neck and back, and gray circles outline individual scales. Its neck gracefully curves to the left, as if reaching toward some tasty plant. But this is no lifelike sculpture. It’s an actual dinosaur, petrified from the snout to the hips.

The creature’s immortality hinged on each link in this unlikely chain of events. If it had drifted another few hundred feet on that ancient sea, it would have fossilized beyond Suncor’s property line, keeping it entombed. Instead Funk stumbled upon the oldest Albertan dinosaur ever found, frozen in stone as if it had gazed upon Medusa.

More incredible photos and story at National Geographic

This once in a lifetime thrill took the boffins over 7,000 man-hours of caring, dedicated labor to get this fella out of his rock prison.

Just…Wow.

Peace

 

 

aiai

A long, long time ago, Peru and Brazil were, shall we say, not pleased with each other and there were continual difficulties over the border between their countries. It must be noted that the entire length of the disputed area is tropical rainforest, pretty much,, i.e., deep, dark jungle, passable even today only with very high effort and golly, the sitch a hundred years ago? Fuggedaboudit! Some iffiness might be expected. But something had to be done.

OK, maybe a lot or a little of that scenario is a product of igular speculation but hey, it came out the same way…

Lt. Col. Percival Harrison Fawcett

The British ruled the world back then, so they took on the job of sorting out the border for those wacky South Americans. They needed somebody good at mapping in the middle of the jungle and keeping a good head. Not many of those folks around.

Chosen for the job was a Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army with a DSO, Distinguished Service Order, an Artillery officer by trade. By passion, though, Lt. Col. Percival Harrison Fawcett was an explorer and an archaeologist of some notoriety throughout the world. He got the job done. I personally think that that is the sole reason for all those terribly straight lines at the border there. Amazing work. To me, at least.

An incident that occurred during the couse of this mission in 1907 somewhere in the waters of the Beni swamps is what we are interested in.

It was fleeting and for us, significant af but he took it in stride along with all the ‘regular’ unknowns…bugs and birds and bats and such.

He certainly had passion and drive, not to mention expert skills and was in a serious quest for a long lost City of Gold that was rumored to be in the area after he learned of it while reading an explorer’s report from 1743 that hinted strongly enough at it to convince our man that it was worth spending every minute of free time looking for. He never did find it, sadly, but he passed looking for it, as one should if one is going to, doing what you love, for he never returned from his last excursion to find it.

Wiki on the Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel Percival Harrison Fawcett DSO (18 August 1867 – during or after 1925) was a British geographer, artillery officer, cartographer, archaeologist and explorer of South America. Along with his eldest son, Fawcett disappeared in 1925 during an expedition to find “Z” – his name for an ancient lost city, which he and others believed to exist and to be the remains of El Dorado, in the jungles of Brazil.[1]

Google search overview

Madre de Dios is a region in southeastern Peru’s Amazon Basin, bordering Brazil and Bolivia. In the west, vast Manú National Park encompasses Andean highland, cloud forest and lowland jungle. Celebrated for their biodiversity, the savannahs and old-growth rainforest of Tambopata Reserve lie in the southeast. Just north is regional capital Puerto Maldonado, at the convergence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata rivers.

Area: 32,935 mi²
Founded: December 26, 1912
Dialing code: 82

Here is the scope of the area off of the Google satellite. Google maps page centered on this area.

Needless to say, it is about as “jungle” as you can get on this Earth. As you can see…
note: the pic below is interactive and you can do a 360° turn and zoom in and out : )

I personally am well pleased with the fact that the fabulous Ollantaytambo and famous Cusco are only a stone’s throw away. Save on travel, eh what? Not only that, but on a more serious note the closeness of such places lends a good dollop of credence to the good Colonel’s prize actually existing. And as the mighty Pucabob, Fortean of Maine, reminds us, they’ve found 56 cities under the canopy so far using the spiffy new LIDAR radar instruments, so hey, it’s like this—we know they could do it and make it look easy and I certainly do imagine they could do a heck of a lot more than we could ever give them credit for.

But I don’t want to get too far off track as this is after all only a blog.

What we are concerned with is that in 1907 Colonel Fawcett saw an animal that he took to be a Diplodocus. Yes, the dinosaur. He included it in his reports back. Apparently the folks that live around there were at least aware of it. And the terrain is perfect for the thing, just like it’s ancestors lived in. Well, pretty much. Hot, wet and lots of water.

A good overview is located at a place called Genesis Park, where you may want to avoid any references to a religious agenda that’s present. I do note with some sadness that thesem sorts of sites are the only ones who will carry this sort of thing these days. Not so in the past… So they have a page on this called Diplodocus in the Amazon, where the two snippets below are extracted from…

“In 1907 Lieutenant-Colonel Percy Fawcett of the British Army was sent to mark the boundaries between Brazil and Peru. He was an officer in the Royal Engineers and was well known as a meticulous recorder of facts. In the Beni Swamps of Madre de Dios Colonel P. H. Fawcett saw an animal he believed to be Diplodocus… The Diplodocus story is confirmed by many of the tribes east of the Ucayali, a region covered by Clark.” (Clark, Leonard, E., The Rivers Ran East, 2001, p. xvi.) The drawing to the left is by Colonel Fawcett’s son, Brian. (World Explorer Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 6, p. 62.) The intrepid explorer also picked up reports of huge monsters inhabiting the swamps near the Madidi River in Bolivia. “There are snakes and insects unknown to scientists, and in the forests of the Madidi some mysterious and enormous beast has frequently been disturbed in the swamps–possibly a primeval monster like those reported in other parts of the continent. Certainly tracks have been found belonging to no known animal–huge tracks, far greater than could have been made by any species we know.” (Fawcett, Exploration Fawcett, 1953, pp. 220-221.)

I like this one…

In later years, a few occasional reports concerning the “Madidi monster” would reach the west. Modern-day explorer Leonard Clark picked up stories of Indians seeing long-necked animals that browsed on the vegetation and attacked canoes that approached them. “Speaking of reptiles, old boy, Colonel Fawcett reached the eastern edge of Madre de Dios, out where you are going. It is a country of swamps apparently. One day while running his dugouts through it, he saw a great reptilian head rise out of the jungle, but before he could shoot, the head was lowered. From the noise the beast made getting away, he took it to be some sort of dinosaur. His Indians revolted and it was necessary to return to Mato Grosso. When I smiled, he presently added, ‘Don’t be too sure they don’t exist – we hear a great many stories from the Indians here!’” (Clark, Leonard, The Rivers Ran East, 2001, p. 41.)

There isn’t much on the webz and a lot of sites just post the page the above are taken from but Googling Fawcett will net you some good stuff. Here are some to get you started.

Related Links:

Benedict Allen talks about Colonel Fawcett

Colonel Percy Fawcett is Alive After he disappeared into the jungle and didn’t come back out, Fawcett’s story gained impressive traction world-wide – and for quite a long time.

Mysteries of Ancient South America by Harold T. Wilkins

Last words from the legendary British explorer Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett – includes expedition map

Very Large Maps of Colonel Fawcett’s Amazon Jungle Expeditions

English translation of Manuscript 512 This is the tale written by the ancient explorer that managed to convince Fawcett that there was indeed a grand lost city that he should devote his days to seeking. He named the city simply Z.

Colonel Fawcett’s 1925 Expedition to search for the Lost City of Z

Manhunt in the Jungle by George M. Dyott

The Lost City of Z by David Grann Book Review

Amazon explorers uncover signs of a real El Dorado

Tale of a Lost Explorer and Lost City by Kosmo

Great stuff!

If I was in good shape and could see where I was going I would most assuredly go and look for the creature. Absolutely. The creationists from the Genesis Park site went down there in 2005 in answer to my question in the title, which I think is great, but, of course, found nothing. They say that not  verymany of the locals knew of the thing but a few did still. Perhaps that means they finally did all go up to heaven in the century since our man saw one. But I think they are still there, a very few probably, hanging on, just farther away from the ever-encroaching people.

We can hope, eh? Mokele Mbembe bin needin’ some play dates, don’tcha know…

I better post this. For some reason I inadvertently hit publish twice before I was done… the first time before I even wrote anything! Sigh.

Enjoy.

Peace

 

Woo Hoo ! Personally, this development is simply too fabulous for my feeble mind to contain and I do believe my cranium will explode in 3…2…1… -… -… -… oh wait, I’m okay now… but, I mean, whoa!

We are concerned here with the three objects in the image above. They are on the Moon, this is a hi-res Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter photo. It is zoomed in as far as it will go. Technically there are four, but the other is little and just out of frame at the top. Oh well.

Note: This photo, while not only nifty, but keen as well, is not what has caused the roiling pressure cooker in me ‘ead, though. No, we’ll get to that. This pic is so you know what of we speak. Click it to enlarge.

They are of interest beyond the fact that they do have a strikingly building-like appearance, but, as we are well aware, that don’t necessarily mean jack. Pareidolia can be immensely realistic. But these features do, to me, look like buildings. OK, cool. So… now what?

Well! So many memories and warm thoughts of the innocently naive and ever-so-powerful enthusiasm of the past (what happened to that?) came flooding back when I saw the latest work of long-time space image researcher and hey, man, Pioneer, even, Dr. Mark J Carlotto. He did so much awesome work using his mastery of analysis to great advantage when all these Moon and Mars anomalies were brand spankin’ new and floodin’ in to the  delightfully astounded balls of our eyes.

Something I had no idea of is the apparent fact that artificial things, things we make like buildings and cars and the like create what are called anisotropies when they are rendered in two dimensions. At least they do here on Earth.

anisotropy
[ˌanīˈsätrəpē]
DEFINITION

  1. noun form of anisotropic

an·i·so·trop·ic
[anˌīsəˈtrōpik, -ˈträpik]
ADJECTIVE

  1. physics (of an object or substance) having a physical property that has a different value when measured in different directions. A simple example is wood, which is stronger along the grain than across it

    • (of a property or phenomenon) varying in magnitude according to the direction of measurement.

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So this info could prove useful, you’re thinking and you are right because the spy boffins, the photographic ones, have created software for finding artificial objects wherever they may be. It finds the anisotropies in the given image and the filters out all the naturally occurring areas. Sort of like a lightbox effect in a way. Only the artificial things are highlighted in the resulting image.

This software is used by law enforcement, search and rescue and who knows what other corporate needs there are, (insurance fraud?), in addition to scientific research.

Mr Carlotto decided to try it on these two objects, which, you might agree just kind of ask for it. =) You can see the result for this image below, which compares the wares working on a typical Earth satellite image and the image shown above of our rectangular lovelies..

I think it speaks for itself.


 

That’s what we want… that right there… on the right.

If it looks like a duck…

Ooh!

Let us get our butts up to Mars AND the Moon!

ETA: UH OH !! RED FLAG

From friend of WATT, the well-grounded Kandinsky:

a reply to: jeep3r

Jeez, Mark J. Carlotto is a blast from the past and not a good one either! This guy used to have a page in a magazine I read in the mid-1990s. He wrote about Cydonia and ancient civilisations on Mars.

He taught me the valuable, embarrassing lesson that being a Dr. doesn’t inoculate against credulousness. I was showing friends and family his Mars imagery and all the impressive measurements. They’re laughing it off and I’m all, “Wait and see! He’s a real scientist! Look! A doctor! These are NASA images!” Of course, the Mars Observer disproved all of his ratios, claims and patterns.

Here he is doing the same thing.

Jeep3r, Carlotto and Brandenburg are not bad guys, but they will take you on a wild goose chase based on no more than their wild imaginations. Enjoy the ride and expect the end to be a teachable moment.

oh dear – I am thinking my brain needs a restart really badly!

More from wildespace

Who is Mark Carlotto?

I just came across this post at the Unmanned Spaceflight forum (where the participants are very knowlegeable, or even involved in the actual space missions or working with the data) – www.unmannedspaceflight.com…

Based on the tiny craters that are actually on the surface of these objects, they conclude that those objects are very old, being there since around the time the crater formed. So, these indeed seem to be slabs of rock thrown up by the impact that created the crater. In the LROC image, will also see some boulders just lying there in clusters, as if someone brought them there. But again, I think they are the impact ejecta.

Oh dear oh me oh my.

Bitten AGAIN!    

Cool rock slabs, though, eh?

sigh

But — what about all that anisotropy stuff, then?

peace

 

Mac Tonnies talks about The Cryptoterrestrial

Author Mac Tonnies (After The Martian Apocalypse) talks about his cryptoterrestrial hypothesis for the UFO phenomenon, from an interview I conducted with him in Kansas City in May 2006.

(c) 2006 Redstar Films Limited

Got reminded of our Mac the other day in the below old (2012) thread by Karl 12 which was just bumped but I am still not sure why.. Never got to meet him. He was a breath of fresh air, most assuredly.

The loss of Mac Tonnies at the age of 34 was a great shame but as he says in the interview the CTH could be an option that warrants further investigation – don’t know if other members agree with the idea of a race of techologically superior indigenous humanoids sharing our planet and being in some way responsible for UFO (or USO) reports but for further discussion the interview below with Tim Binnall really does go in depth and expands on other ufological aspects surrounding the hypothesis:

 

Mac starts out by giving us the basics on the CTH and brings everyone up to speed on just what it is. He talks about how the CTH came about and what separates it from the Jaques Valee theory of interdimensional beings.

If the cryptoterrestrials exist here on Earth, where are they most likely to be located ? He explains how the CTH “works” better than the ET hypothesis when it comes to reports of UFOs over nuclear facilities. He also explains how abductions may be best explained with the cryptoterrestrial hypothesis.

Mac tries to clear up the misconception that the CTH v. ETH debate is an “either / or” scenario. He talks about methods of testing the cryptoterrestrial hypothesis. We find out what Mac thinks the CTs would look like. Also, how does he fits the classic UFO scenario into the CTH. (If the CTs are on Earth, what are UFOs ?)

Interview Link

Cheers.

My advice right now is to go over and hit that interview link just above. If you dig this stuff you will be delighted. The video here is just a teaser, really as well as a quick summary for the attention-span damaged.

Enjoy

ETA: I thought that I should at least add this one so more volk can get up to speed on this very good theory.

The Paracast April 11, 2010 – Kimball, Redfern and Bishop

Excerpts from the April 11, 2010 episode of The Paracast, where Nick Redfern, Greg Bishop and I joined host Gene Steinberg to talk about Mac Tonnies’ last book, The Cryptoterrestrials. In this clip, we continue our discussion about the similarities between religion and ufology, and the need to keep an open mind when dealing with the paranormal, and to ask questions.

 

Enjoy

Peace