Author Topic: Could the Amazon rainforest be only a few thousand years old?  (Read 10601 times)

The Aten

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The Amazon rainforest could not exist as we know it without the barren Sahara desert.
http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/10/28/the-amazon-rainforest/

But the Sahara desert is only a few thousand years old.
http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2010/arch10/100408sahara.htm

Scholars have no answers as to the origin and formation of so much iron rich sand in such a short period of time. Go on.... ask them. The nearest you will get is " ....approximately 5-6,000 years ago the Sahara dried up....," or words to that effect. This doesn't explain the origin of vast oceans of Saharan sand which is believed to be 7 million years old! 

The North African iron rich 'sand scar' extends across the Middle East, and the entire Asian continent, as in the image below. 
 


There is only one plausible explanation - it is extraterrestrial in origin.   

Gary Gilligan

http://www.gks.uk.com/

 



kevin

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Re: Could the Amazon rainforest be only a few thousand years old?
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2012, 23:08:25 »
With respect,
Perhaps transmutation has occured when electrical circuits alter rapidly????
Kevin