The Siberian Unicorn, described as a rhino, was supposed to be extinct — are you sitting down? — for 350.000 years! Yet radio carbon dating (C14) ostensibly presumably dates a recently discovered skull to only 29.000 years old, which is of course also ludicrous, as the global Deluge was only 4.400 years ago (2400 BC). How embarassing! Man and Rhino lived together they say now!
The sample was found near the settlement of Kozhamzhar; it is a skull fragment of Elasmotherium sibiricum – an ancient rhinoceros. I sent a piece of the skull to the Queen’s University Belfast laboratory for the radiocarbon analysis. Elasmotherium is considered extinct about 350,000 years ago, and the age of this skull is 29,000 years.
Continue reading Oh No! Another myth true? “29.000 yr. old” Siberian Unicorn discovered!
by Lu Paradise • April 20, 2014 • 0 Comments — 78 views
What can you do when the media, the politicians and the university conspire to deny, suppress and steal your evidence … then laugh at you as a comedy character? This happened to Val Osborn, a careful researcher for 40 years. The discovery of a 3,000-year-old mine and harbour on the coast of Queensland, Australia, is set to change Australian, if not world history.
Late in 2000, ABC national radio announced that amateur historian/archaeologist Val Osborn had traced evidence of the early mining endeavors of the Phoenicians around 1000 BC. Continue reading How Australian Academia, Media and Government Cover-Up True Australian History with a False Paradigm & Propaganda