Michael Snyder — End of the American Dream April 25, 2017
In our world today, many have become convinced that science has all of the answers to humanity’s most important questions, and those that question the high priests of this new religion (scientists) are often accused of a form of “blasphemy”. We saw this clearly on display last Saturday when protesters gathered in Washington D.C. and in about 600 other cities worldwide for “the March for Science”. Those of us that are skeptical and that don’t necessarily buy into the scientific orthodoxy of the day were accused of “ignoring facts” and being “climate deniers” by various speakers at these protests. But of course the truth is that scientific theories have always been in flux all throughout history, and this will continue to be the case as time moves forward.
Google defines science as “the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.” Personally, I very much believe in the scientific method because it has helped us to understand a great deal about how our world operates.
But in recent years, many in the scientific community have elevated “theory” to the same level as “fact”, and those that dare to question the most cherished theories of the scientific priesthood are often persecuted greatly. Just ask all of the professors that have been “purged” from universities all across the United States for challenging conventional wisdom on climate change or the origin of life.
I have studied the scientific evidence that both sides have produced, and I have become entirely convinced that climate change is not primarily caused by human activity. Does that make me a “heretic” according to these science zealots? Continue reading Science Is Not God, So Why Are People Trying To Turn It Into A Religion?
Most true historians were beginning to KNOW that the Bronze Age Collapse around 1200 BC was caused by Climate Change, when the big rains began to stay away for good, which dried the Sahara & Sahel into desert, and the cattle grazing peoples and their cattle had to move away.
It wasn’t just the Sahara either. Vast swats of land over the entire Middle East, Mesopotamia, Persia, Afghanistan, the Indus Valley, Turkmenistan, Mexico, and many other parts of the earth. (See our animated world-map gif below.)
Dear archaeologists and David Wright from Seoul University, you are not right. I’m sorry to tell you, but your conclusions are wrong, and many of your peers know it.
Check the research by Sapienza University about the desiccation of the Sahara which they proved to be cattle grazing land, plus with a much better dating from 5000 to 3500 years ago – the last date corresponding with our researched estimates. (see graphics below) Continue reading “Humans Created Sahara Desert?” Not so! Cooler Ocean Climate Change Did It! MS Media Non-“Science”
by Lu Paradise • December 28, 2012 •
The early Earth, we can safely assume, did not start out cracked like this egg from its pristine beginnings.
Scientists now agree that the early Earth featured just one original continent named ‘Pangaea’, reminiscent of Chinese history’s ‘Panku.’ Historians and geologists have no clue what actually hit the Earth’s crust, or how the upper layer of 8 km thick oceanic crust and 35-60 km continental crust got cracked, nor why its fragments or plates then began to drift apart from each other, other than labeling it ‘plate tectonics & subduction’. That’s about as good an explanation as blaming “why there are murders” on “violence.” It does not explain what cracked ‘Pangaea’ in the first place, which would also indicate the real cause of why the continents drifted apart!
This article aims to try to solve this foundational mystery: “Why and how did Pangaea’s crust crack!”
Continue reading Why & How Did Earth’s Pangaea’s Crust Crack! An Ancient Mystery Solved?