Is it possible that an advanced civilization once possessed nuclear power on Earth over a million years ago?
OKLO, Africa (INTELLIHUB) — In 1972 a French factory, Pierrelatte uranium enrichment facility, was importing a rare uranium ore from an area of the Gabon Republic which experts say was home to a large-scale functioning nuclear reactor some 1.8 million years ago.
According to experts, the reactor is believed to have functioned for about 500,000 years in perpetuity and is likely man-made. A material found in the uranium ore from the area called U-234 is simply not a natural element. Not to mention the fact that a cyclic water pattern regulated the nuclear reactions, similar to a geyser.
The World Congress on Mummy Studies is a pseudo-scientist outfit that attacks anyone who disagrees with them. For example, they steadily maintain that the pyramids were merely big coffins for the Pharaohs although no mummies or corpses were ever found inside them.
The mummified burial of the bodies also suggests the ‘aliens’ once coexisted with our ancestors, according to Maussan.
“[These] mummies were buried in human tombs, in sacred places,” said Maussan. “This means that they had coexisted with our ancestors, were not enemies and had, to a certain extent, a degree of respect between both races or cultures.”
The seemingly well-preserved 1,700-year-old remains unveiled last month allegedly measured 5ft 6In (168cm) tall, had three long fingers and an elongated skull.
It’s worth noting, however, that Maussan has long been criticized for his questionable evidence of extraterrestrials on Earth. The World Congress on Mummy Studies was once cited as calling Maussan’s work “an irresponsible organized campaign of disinformation.”
“Anything associated with Jaime Maussan, a serial promoter of fake alien evidence, is suspect,” it added.
Ancient stone carvings confirm that a comet struck the Earth around 11,000BC, a devastating event which wiped out wooly mammoths and sparked the rise of civilizations.
Experts at the University of Edinburgh analyzed mysterious symbols carved onto stone pillars at Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey, to find out if they could be linked to constellations.
The markings suggest that a swarm of comet fragments hit Earth at the exact same time that a mini-ice age struck, changing the entire course of human history.
Scientists have speculated for decades that a comet could be behind the sudden fall in temperature during a period known as the Younger Dryas. But recently the theory appeared to have been debunked by new dating of meteor craters in North America where the comet is thought to have struck.
However, when engineers studied animal carvings made on a pillar – known as the vulture stone – at Gobekli Tepe they discovered that the creatures were actually astronomical symbols which represented constellations and the comet.
Using a computer programme to show where the constellations would have appeared above Turkey thousands of years ago, they were able to pinpoint the comet strike to 10,950BC, the exact time the Younger Dryas begins according to ice core data from Greenland.
The Younger Dryas is viewed as a crucial period for humanity, as it roughly coincides with the emergence of agriculture and the first Neolithic civilisations.
Before the strike, vast areas of wild wheat and barley had allowed nomadic hunters in the Middle East to establish permanent base camps. But the difficult climate conditions following the impact forced communities to come together and work out new ways of maintaining the crops, through watering and selective breeding. Thus farming began, allowing the rise of the first towns.
Edinburgh researchers said the carvings appear to have remained important to the people of Gobekli Tepe for millennia, suggesting that the event and cold climate that followed likely had a very serious impact.