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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #120 on: May 17, 2009, 04:47:29 PM »
I would enter watching this episode with caution. Although they did not reveal what they are showing yet, makes me suspicious. Is it really an earth and truth shattering find, or is it more doctored, false evidence that they want to throw upon the world to deceive us?  We'll find out when they air it, but have your internet connections up and running hear the TV and get ready to research the material they are throwing at you. Please remember to use wisdom and discernment and not to jump on board with something that sounds like it makes sense.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #121 on: May 19, 2009, 01:29:04 AM »
The special is only a week away! I wonder if this news story plays anywhere into the surprise topic:

How Neanderthals met a grisly fate: devoured by humans
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2009/may/17/neanderthals-cannibalism-anthropological-sciences-journal

"One of science's most puzzling mysteries - the disappearance of the Neanderthals - may have been solved. Modern humans ate them, says a leading fossil expert."

Oh man.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #122 on: May 19, 2009, 04:41:03 PM »
http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Missing-Link-Scientists-In-New-York-Unveil-Fossil-Of-Lemur-Monkey-Hailed-As-Mans-Earliest-Ancestor/Article/200905315284582?lpos=World_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15284582_Missing_Link:_Scientists_In_New_York_Unveil_Fossil_Of_Lemur_Monkey_Hailed_As_Mans_Earliest_Ancestor

Scientists Unveil Missing Link In Evolution

Scientists have unveiled a 47-million-year-old fossilised skeleton of a monkey hailed as the missing link in human evolution.

The search for a direct connection between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom has taken 200 years - but it was presented to the world today at a special news conference in New York.

The discovery of the 95%-complete 'lemur monkey' - dubbed Ida - is described by experts as the "eighth wonder of the world".
They say its impact on the world of palaeontology will be "somewhat like an asteroid falling down to Earth".

Researchers say proof of this transitional species finally confirms Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, and the then radical, outlandish ideas he came up with during his time aboard the Beagle.

Sir David Attenborough said Darwin "would have been thrilled" to have seen the fossil - and says it tells us who we are and where we came from.

This little creature is going to show us our connection with the rest of the mammals," he said.
"This is the one that connects us directly with them.

"Now people can say 'okay we are primates, show us the link'.

"The link they would have said up to now is missing - well it's no longer missing."

A team of the world's leading fossil experts, led by Professor Jorn Hurum, of Norway's National History Museum, have been secretly researching the 1ft 9in-tall young female monkey for the past two years.

And now it has been transported to New York under high security and unveiled to the world during the bicentenary of Darwin's birth.
ater this month, it will be exhibited for one day only at the Natural History Museum in London before being returned to Oslo.

Scientists say Ida - squashed to the thickness of a beer mat by the immense passage of time - is the most complete primate fossil ever found.

With her human-like nails instead of claws, and opposable big toes, she is placed at the very root of human evolution when early primates first developed features that would eventually develop into our own.

Another important discovery is the shape of the talus bone in her foot, which humans still have in their feet millions of lifetimes later.

Ida was unearthed by an amateur fossil-hunter some 25 years ago in Messel pit, an ancient crater lake near Frankfurt, Germany, famous for its fossils.

She was cleaned and set in polyester resin - and incredibly, was hung on a mystery German collector's wall for 20 years.

Sky News sources say the owner had no idea of the unique fossil's significance and simply admired it like a cherished Van Gogh or Picasso painting.

But in 2006, Ida came into the hands of private dealer Thomas Perner, who presented her to Prof Hurum at the annual Hamburg Fossil and Mineral Fair in Germany - a centre for the murky world of fossil-trading.

Prof Hurum said when he first saw the blueprint for evolution - the "most beautiful fossil worldwide" - he could not sleep for two days.
A home movie records the dramatic moment.

"This is really something that the world has never seen before, this is a unique specimen, totally unique," he says, clearly emotional.
He says he knew she should be saved for science rather than end up hidden from the world in a wealthy private collector's vault.

But the dealer's asking price was more than $1 million (£660,000) - ten times the amount even the rarest of fossils fetch on the black market.

Eventually, after six months of negotiations, he managed to raise the cash in Norway and brought Ida to Oslo.

Prof Hurum - who last summer dug up the fossil remains of a 50ft marine monster called Predator X from the permafrost on Svalbard, a Norwegian island close to the North Pole - then assembled a "dream team" of experts who worked in secret for two years.

They included palaeontologist Dr Jens Franzen, Dr Holly Smith, of the University of Michigan, and Philip Gingerich, president-elect of the US Paleontological Society.

Researchers could prove the fossil was genuine through X-rays, knowing it is impossible to fake the inner structure of a bone.
Through radiometric dating of Messel's volcanic rocks, they discovered Ida lived 47 million years ago in the Eocene period.

This was when tropical forests stretched right to the poles, and South America was still drifting and had yet to make contact with North America.

During that period, the first whales, horses, bats and monkeys emerged, and the early primates branched into two groups - one group lived on mainly as lemurs, and the second developed into monkeys, apes and humans.

The experts concluded Ida was not simply a lemur but a 'lemur monkey', displaying a mixture of both groups, and therefore putting her at the very branch of the human line.

When Darwin published his On the Origin of Species in 1859, he said a lot about transitional species," said Prof Hurum
"...and he said that will never be found, a transitional species, and his whole theory will be wrong, so he would be really happy to live today when we publish Ida.

"This fossil is really a part of our history; this is part of our evolution, deep, deep back into the aeons of time, 47 million years ago.
"It's part of our evolution that's been hidden so far, it's been hidden because all the other specimens are so incomplete.

"They are so broken there's almost nothing to study and now this wonderful fossil appears and it makes the story so much easier to tell, so it's really a dream come true."

Up until now, the most famous fossil primate in the world has been Lucy, a 3.18-million-year-old hominid found in Ethiopia in 1974.
She was then our earliest known ancestor, and only 40% complete.

But at 95% complete, Ida was so well preserved in the mud at the bottom of the volcanic lake, there is even evidence of her fur shadow and remains of her last meal.

From this they concluded she was a leaf and fruit eater, and probably lived in the trees around the lake.

The absence of a bacculum (penis bone) confirmed she was female, and her milk teeth put her age at about nine-months-old - in maturity, equivalent to a six-year-old human child.

This was the same age as Prof Hurum's daughter Ida, and he named the fossil after her.

The study is being published and put online by the Public Library of Science, a leading academic journal with offices in Britain and the US.

Co-author of the scientific paper, Prof Gingerich, likens its importance to the discovery of the Rosetta Stone, an ancient Egyptian artefact found in 1799, which allowed us to decipher hieroglyphic writing.

One clue to Ida's fate - and her remarkable preservation as our oldest ancestor - was her badly fractured left wrist.

The team believes this stopped her from climbing and she had to emerge from the trees to drink water from the 250-metre-deep lake.

They think she was overcome by carbon dioxide gas from the crater, and sunk to the bottom where she was preserved in the mud as a time capsule - and a snapshot of evolution.

But amazingly this final piece of Darwin's jigsaw was almost lost to science when German authorities tried to turn Messel into a massive landfill rubbish dump.

Eventually, after campaigning by Dr Franzen, the plans were rejected and the fossil-rich lake was designated a World Heritage Site.
But no doubt there would have been one person happy for the missing link to have remained hidden.

When Darwin famously told the Bishop of Worcester's wife about his theory of evolution, she remarked: "Descended from the apes! My dear, let us hope that it is not true, but if it is, let us pray that it will not become generally known."

Now, it certainly is.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #123 on: May 19, 2009, 07:54:54 PM »
Very interesting news/announcement. It's apparently official...the missing link is a 47 million year old female lemur monkey originally discovered over 20 years ago and rediscovered over 2 years ago. And, we're just hearing about it now, to coincide with Darwin's 200th birthday as well as alignment of many big media book/tv/movie launches.

What's more, do you want to know how this missing link died? Anyone?

Carbon dioxide gas, of course.

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They think she was overcome by carbon dioxide gas from the crater, and sunk to the bottom where she was preserved in the mud as a time capsule - and a snapshot of evolution.

Pardon me for my initial skepticism about the whole thing.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #124 on: May 20, 2009, 10:49:23 AM »
I was just on Google and noticed their logo. The hyping of this is getting ridiculous.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #125 on: May 20, 2009, 10:59:28 AM »
Pardon me for my initial skepticism about the whole thing.
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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #126 on: May 20, 2009, 11:57:55 AM »
Found any talking snakes lately?

No they were at the buildaberg conference.

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« Reply #127 on: May 20, 2009, 12:05:12 PM »
No they were at the buildaberg conference.

Aha, very good, very good.
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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #128 on: May 20, 2009, 12:52:29 PM »
Found any talking snakes lately?

So, you're buying all the media hype eh? In your mind, this lemur-monkey discovery is without any doubt the long-awaited answer to the missing link? Do you also agree with the conclusion that it died of carbon dioxide poisoning?

If so, good for you. Carry on wayward son.

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #129 on: May 20, 2009, 01:09:47 PM »
So what was the most important find anyway?

A brand new Al Qaeda video tape taking responsibility for placing thermate explosives in the world trade center, with the help of Iran.   :D

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« Reply #130 on: May 20, 2009, 01:18:11 PM »
I put this right up there with global warming on the credibility scale.  ;D

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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #131 on: May 20, 2009, 01:20:25 PM »
Ha, CO2 killed the Ida and now because of a lack of carbon sequestering in the prehistoric records, we are going to tax you to 70%

Makes sense, right?
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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #133 on: May 22, 2009, 03:50:59 AM »
How the HELL can they know how old the creature was when it died?
There was a Happy Birthday Date smeared on the Cave wall in Monkey poo.
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Re: Eery Ad on the History Channel last night...
« Reply #134 on: May 22, 2009, 08:15:13 AM »
Because men who don't believe in God will believe in anything.

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« Reply #135 on: May 22, 2009, 08:21:16 AM »
"For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for?" Romans 8:24 (KJV)
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« Reply #136 on: May 22, 2009, 09:50:45 AM »
Because men who don't believe in God will believe in anything.
Not only that, they will invent gods unto themselves to replace the one true God that is in plain sight. 
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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #137 on: May 22, 2009, 11:04:45 AM »
Wow, they discovered "THE MISSING LINK" in Bavaria?

Was it in a Thule Lodge?

Was it where Himler was looking?


Do they think we are stupid?

PROJECT BLUE BEAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #138 on: May 22, 2009, 11:06:10 AM »
A&E Television Networks

History Channel Ownership:Hearst(37.5%)Disney(37.5%)GE/NBC(25%)

 
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A&E Television Networks is defying the notion that TV rots the brain. It offers a smorgasbord of programming in history, the arts, current events, popular culture, reality, and nature through its two main cable networks: A&E (more than 88 million subscribers) and The History Channel (89 million subscribers). A&E Television also operates five other channels (Biography Channel, Crime & Investigation, Military History, History Channel International, and The History Channel en Español) and a handful of associated Web sites. Internationally, A&E's channels reach about 230 million subscribers in 130 countries. A&E is a joint venture of Hearst (37.5%), Disney ABC Cable (37.5%), and NBC Universal Cable (25%).

Key financials for A&E Television Networks
 
Joint Venture of Hearst and Disney ABC Cable and NBC Universal Cable

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2005 Sales (mil.)   $625.0
1-Year Sales Growth   0.8%
2005 Employees   500
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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #139 on: May 22, 2009, 08:57:59 PM »
This just in.  The earth was not created in seven days, we found a half monkey, half human skeleton, proving evolution is real.  Someone tell the Pope to kill himself.  And let's also change Christmas to Darwin Day.
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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #140 on: May 23, 2009, 02:41:28 PM »
No BLUEBEAM stuff here - This is another weak History channel show

If it was bluebeam it would be broadcast and shown on the sky above your state.

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« Reply #141 on: May 25, 2009, 10:27:24 AM »
No BLUEBEAM stuff here - This is another weak History channel show

If it was bluebeam it would be broadcast and shown on the sky above your state.

With the sound playing directly in yer head in yer own language

Read over Blue Beam again, there are many issues:

1] Hoax archealogical finds (either created with HAARP earthquakes or just made up) to supposedly refute all major religions.

2] The killing off of all edible livestock and then rfid tagging the rest (this is being done already through fake and manufactured pandemics.

3] Mass mind control, surviellance (silent weapons for a silent war) and propoganda.

4] Reread #2 but replace edible livestock with humans.

5] The laser light show in the sky.
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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #142 on: May 25, 2009, 03:03:12 PM »
So lets get this straight..

We have a "paradigm shattering" event taking place supposedly, and what are they doing?

They're showing it on the history channel? lol

Television happens to be where programs are aired.

Programming your brain through entertainment.

Downloading you with your conclusions.

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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #143 on: June 07, 2009, 04:47:54 PM »
Read over Blue Beam again, there are many issues:

1] Hoax archealogical finds (either created with HAARP earthquakes or just made up) to supposedly refute all major religions.

2] The killing off of all edible livestock and then rfid tagging the rest (this is being done already through fake and manufactured pandemics.

3] Mass mind control, surviellance (silent weapons for a silent war) and propoganda.

4] Reread #2 but replace edible livestock with humans.

5] The laser light show in the sky.

I guess if you add the ability to communicate into the skull with a sound package - you are right

good work at connecting the dots - I just didnt see it right away
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Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #144 on: February 07, 2010, 09:37:41 AM »
Please ditch the blue print on white in these blogs and increase the size of the print.  They are so difficult to read as to be impossible.  Other than that, carry on.

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Re: Hearst/Disney/GE owned History Channel pushes Project Blue Beam
« Reply #145 on: September 27, 2010, 09:26:16 PM »
GE/NBC's propaganda agents have just capped off their propaganda-solution theory to the 9/11 mystery, "Aliens " that crash landed in Alaska (of all places) pulled off the Pentagon attack on 9/11, that's why all the secrecy - lol

The EVENT   Bwahahahhhaha

Talk about grasping at straws