Monthly Archives: October 2011

Bats

As the humanoid population grows to a mouth-watering (if you’re a meat-eater!) 7 billion folk, thoughts must go, this Hallow’een, to things that are out there, silently (so far) watching us. Sharks, growing ever larger, even now, take chunks out … Continue reading

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Dragons?

For much of recorded history ‘The Dragon’ has appeared in some artistic form or other literally all over the world. It’s recently been surmised that such depictions may have been thought-up as ancient folk found, in the rocks where they … Continue reading

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What if?

There is, at the BBC web-site, a documentary film about the evolution of man. Strangely the whole history of humankind rests on about half a dozen partial skeletons and a few more partial skulls. Mind you skilled pathologists can deduce, … Continue reading

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Before all!

Slowly archaeologists are getting to grips with what was initially thought to be a medieval grave-yard atop a hill in Turkey. But Gobekli Tepe is turning-out to be a major oopart that is full of major ooparts! The problem here … Continue reading

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The biggest?

There have been, in the past, some huge living things. In the animal world the dinosaurs and ocean going life-forms grew to enormous sizes. People are still finding ever-bigger examples of huge animals and what we think of as ‘big’ … Continue reading

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Predator?

As people increase in numbers like there’s no tomorrow, a predator-in-waiting (perhaps) is seen and photographed as it eyes us up. This bird already has a six-foot wing-span, so it doesn’t need to grow much in order to be a … Continue reading

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Bigger people – and pets?

Really there’s nothing illogical in the surmise that because there are huge ancient megaliths and buildings literally all over the Earth, that a genus of far larger humanoids once existed. When faced with massively ‘impossible’ anomilies as the worked stone … Continue reading

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Don’t flap!

A small fossil fragment, re-examined after being simply labelled ‘Pterosaur’ for about 100 years, turns out to be part of one of the biggest flying reptiles ever. It also had, inside its beak, teeth. Now called Coloborhyncus capito, it lived, … Continue reading

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Old lines?

The ancient (?) lines at Nazca are one thing and they’re well documented on the ‘net but as Google cameras give us the ‘Earth’ others are coming to light. Such as these in China. They resemble airport layouts but apparently … Continue reading

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But, what if…?

During the last century the discovery of a fish deemed ‘a living-fossil’ really made the archaeological bods sit-up. The fish – a Coelacanth – was thought to be extinct from about 65,000,000 years ago as were many of the dinosaurs. … Continue reading

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