When the full Moon rose over Europe last night, it wasn’t its usual self. The normally bright lunar disk was dipped in shadow–a lunar eclipse.
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THESE images which appear to show a “Bigfoot-type creature” have been confirmed by officials as showing a large ape.
More and more specialists admit that life is everywhere in Universe and three-four billion years of favourable conditions, lasting on a planet, ensures the emergence and development of intelligent beings and eventually the birth of a “technological civilization”, capable of building spaceships, for travelling to other inhabitable planets. These conditions, though rare, are found in many places in the immensity of the universe. On this basis, the extraterrestrial hypothesis became the easiest way to explain the UFO phenomenon.
An elaborately carved globe made from joining the lower halves of two ostrich eggs is the oldest known depiction of the New World.
A quarter of a century ago, researchers Robert Schoch and Robert Bauval were at the centre of two controversial debates in Egyptology: Schoch, with his geological redating of the Great Sphinx to a period earlier than its supposed builder, the Pharaoh Khafre; and Bauval, with his ‘Orion Correlation Theory’ that suggested the three famous pyramids of Giza were laid out to mimic the stars in the ‘belt’ of the constellation Orion.
In the EU, residents waste an estimated 88 million tonnes of food every year, according to the latest estimates. That is roughly 170 kilogrammes per person. But what if scientists could turn some of that waste into useful products?
“There has been and is an existing ET presence. I spent more than anybody else in the U.S. has ever spent on this subject.”