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- Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:15:13 EST iAjoZJyg No.90396
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has anyone seen google earth images of both of our planets major desert regions?
From above in both the sahara and in the wester united states, there are visible craters in the center of both deserts. possibly two in the us. It looks like a bomb went off and killed all the surrounding life. like the entire desert is surrounding these central points. It could be from unrecorded metor strike ages ago, but the sahara was once green, we should know about this. The sahara formation is known as the eye of the sahara and looks alot like drawings of atlantis. the us formation may or may not be named, i just happened to notice it. Take a look for yourself, something is definitely up. Its too odd that circular formations like that would exist in the middle of a massive patch of dead land unless something serious happened right in the middle. Now... if it was meteor, the land should have recovered. I have additional suspicion that whatever it was perma fried the earth. A massive world ending nuclear blast could have done it.. but unless something major is being hidden, we should know
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Archie Fedgebot - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:21:01 EST iAjoZJyg No.90397 Reply
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>>90396
here is the sahara, it has a more visible crater. Its not the eye btw, got that mixed up
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Archie Fedgebot - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:22:12 EST iAjoZJyg No.90398 Reply
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>>90397
here is what looks like one in the middle east.
now either im crazy or some ancient war took place or some shit
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Archie Fedgebot - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:29:58 EST iAjoZJyg No.90399 Reply
>>90398
note that all three examples appear to have similar marks DEAD CENTER of what would be the outer ring. This isnt a massive dune or dent a bit off to the left. If something actually did detonate, it would leave a mark exactly like these with all the area surrounding the blast/impact zones devoid of life as if it had all been scorched or poisoned
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Archie Fedgebot - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:33:53 EST iAjoZJyg No.90400 Reply
>>90399
The problem is, I dont think he have a weapon currently available with that much destructive power. If we do, its post wwii and post nuclear arms race.
Again though, the supposed fact that the sahara was once green puts meteor out of the question. Human life wouldnt have survived such a strike so it would have had to occur millions of years before written history. meaning before anyone knew the sahara was green
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Fucking Pindlepadging - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:55:26 EST +y6j/f7M No.90402 Reply
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>>90400
Actually I revised the first one. Look at this shit
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Fucking Pindlepadging - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:56:48 EST +y6j/f7M No.90403 Reply
>>90402
now... who knows how many hits there were... but it seems there is a relation between the existence of desert regions and these unusually centered pock marks
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Fucking Pindlepadging - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 10:09:34 EST +y6j/f7M No.90407 Reply
>>90406
They are all roughly the same size. I would say atleast 40 miles across. Easily more. These things are fucking massive
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Archie Fedgebot - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 10:16:17 EST iAjoZJyg No.90408 Reply
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>>90407
Maybe in mexico too? Whatever the story is, these things are very very old. Judging by what would be the natural land change after such a supposed event... probably about 200,000 years. maybe significantly more
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Fucking Pindlepadging - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 17:42:17 EST +y6j/f7M No.90415 Reply
>>90409
Well I already very firmly believe that the world has been modern before and was destroyed. We have found a 2million year old man made iron hammer in the middle of america not to mention several other out of time items. of course, the lost book of enki provides an explanation but without more evidence im hardly going to suggest that aliens creating gold mining slaves is what happened
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Polly Pickcocke - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 19:15:05 EST 3hLV1xha No.90416 Reply
>>90415
>2million year old man made iron hammer
Sauce plz
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Isabella Gocklestuck - Sat, 22 Jun 2019 22:45:30 EST C8u1zB9R No.90418 Reply
>>90417
>robot voice recording
>no sources
>comments disabled

Yeah I don't buy it
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 13:33:22 EST L/ue6Tjr No.90422 Reply
>>90396
It was an electrical storm, to put things lightly.... it's going to happen again too. Almost wish I was wrong though, but thn I look around and stop giving a fuck.
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Lydia Perrymidge - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 20:10:21 EST vPjGWpKI No.90424 Reply
>>90422
>vague explanation that proves nothing
>sensationalist claim
>unrelated opinion

/tinfoil/ is not for shitposting
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Augustus Pittlock - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 17:59:04 EST +y6j/f7M No.90429 Reply
>>90426
LOOK AT THE FUCKING PICTURES
LOOK AT IT
LOOK AT IT
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David Gemmlehidge - Tue, 25 Jun 2019 23:00:30 EST 4bV1+P+X No.90433 Reply
>>90396
Take geography 101 and all secrets shall be revealed
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Hugh Dablinghit - Fri, 28 Jun 2019 20:23:41 EST iAjoZJyg No.90451 Reply
>>90449
This is a plausible theory that scares the living fuck out of me because it strongly suggests that the book of enki is more than myth
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Nigel Hobberway - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 02:45:58 EST pNGTGGdz No.90487 Reply
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but seriously I do think some massive war happened and we probably lost all civilization(probably more than once), shit man, of these massive weapons could have melted the North American Ice Sheet, and ice damn broke free and created the great lakes. There's also a not fully explained or poorly explained area of glassified sand that could have only been created with a nuke, in southwest egypt I believe. Even the indian religious story talk about epic weapon, and I'm prone to believe them for the most part.
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Rebecca Turveywell - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 16:25:13 EST iAjoZJyg No.90489 Reply
>>90487
Not to mention all the out of time artifacts we have been finding or the ancient nuclear reactor that couldnt possibly be a natural occurence.

Im just saying... earth being like 120Billion plus years old and still being young compared to everything else... well for our history to only go back 100,000 years just seems stupid
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Fucking Billingforth - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 17:22:21 EST pNGTGGdz No.90494 Reply
>>90489
I think most of the previous iterations of earth get recycled by massive wars or the planet itself. Over long enough timeline everything gets rebuild anew. Well maybe, a book I'm reading Hollow Planets by Jan Lamprecht, he proposes that plate tectonics don't likely exist the way they think it do. Namely he challenges PT theory because he doesn't believe in a molten core of earth plates floating on top, because apparently it's hollow with a nuclear reactor inside.
I tend to believe in natural nuclear reactors, cause it's not that difficult as long as you have water as a mediator. I mean that uranium is decaying naturally anyways.
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