Within A Decade, Earth Could Look As It Did 3 Million Years Ago

Earth’s near future may not be so bright. In fact, according to a recent study, our future planet Earth could be extremely similar to our ancient planet Earth. And that’s not necessarily a very good thing. British and American Scientists warn that in around 10 to 12 years, our planet’s climate could resemble that of the middle Pliocene, a period that began more than 3 million years ago. The study (published Monday Dec. 10, 2018… Seguir leyendo

UFO Hunter Spots Odd “Alien Structure” In The Middle Of A Lunar Crater

Earth’s moon is a fascinating place that has barely been explored. In fact, we know so little about the moon that we aren’t really sure as to how exactly it formed when it formed, and a plethora of other questions remain unanswered. I’ve written about some of the peculiarities of the moon in previous articles where I described how the earth’s faithful companion has remained a fascinating astronomical object for millennia. To understand just how… Seguir leyendo

7 Surprisingly Ancient Artifacts That Suggest There’s a Missing Link In Our History

Earth’s history, as well as the history of humans on our planet, spans back longer than we’ve ever imagined. It’s not a surprise that mainstream scholars are unsure even today exactly when humans appeared on Earth. There is evidence of human occupation on the planet dating back millions of years. And most of this ‘history’ remains hidden deep beneath the surface, buried beneath our feet like a puzzle masterpiece waiting to be uncovered and put… Seguir leyendo

Earth’s Space Station Moon: Was the Moon Created by Intelligent Design?

Shining bright in the night sky, the Earth’s moon has remained a fascinating astronomical object for millennia. The Moon has captivated the imagination of humanity since the dawn of civilization. It is a quarter the size of the Earth and is by far the most dominant celestial body in the night sky. Earth’s faithful companion is the most visible celestial body in the night sky. Interestingly, we only ever see one side as it is… Seguir leyendo