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  • G David Bock
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    A key concept here is that early hominoids had to be genetically modified in order for the Gemingian DNA to be accepted into the future human genome. Hence it starts with adjustment to the females, then once modified to the 23 chromosome pattern, they can accept the Y-gene sperm of the ET Gemingians. Would suggest we humans are about half "alien/E.T.". For reference and from another post/thread;

    Don't forget about mitochondrial Eve ...
    EXCERPT:
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    The researchers looked in two places for their figures. First, they compared mtDNA from humans with that from chimpanzees, and then used paleontology and additional molecular data to determine the age of the supposed common ancestor. This (and similar calculations on other species) revealed a mutation rate in the range of 2% to 4% per million years. Second, they compared the groups in their study that were close geographically, and took the age of the common ancestor from estimated times of settlement as indicated by anthropology and archaeology. Again, 2% to 4% every million years seemed reasonable to them.

    Since the common mitochondrial ancestor diverged from all others by 0.57%, she must have lived sometime between approximately 140,000 (0.57 � 4 � 1,000,000) and 290,000 (0.57 � 2 � 1,000,000) years ago. The figure of 200,000 was chosen as a suitable round number.

    The results obtained from analysis of mitochondrial DNA eventually led to what is known in evolutionary circles as the “Out of Africa” theory. This is the idea that the descendants of mitochondrial Eve were the only ones to colonize Africa and the rest of the world, supplanting all other hominid populations in the process. Many (though not all) evolutionists claim that such an interpretation is in accord with archaeological, paleontological, and other genetic data (see Stringer and Andrews, 1988; for an opposing viewpoint, see the written debate in the April 1992 issue of Scientific American).
    ...
    https://trueorigin.org/mitochondrialeve01.php

    Oh yeah: Y-chromosomal Adam
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Y-chromosomal_Adam

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  • G David Bock
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    Baby Moon-Birthing Collision Slapped Earth Sideways

    The impact that formed the moon was a very violent and dizzying time for our planet.
    http://www.seeker.com/moon-earth-col...076496115.html

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  • G David Bock
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    Ninth Planet - modern science catches up with ancient Sumerian accounts (given by the Anunnaki);
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/wonde...tem/vi-AAjc08m

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  • G David Bock
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    EXCERPT:
    ...
    Kazem Finjan, Iraqi Minister for Transport, told a packed press conference the space station was developed in the El Naciria area in around 5,000 BC.

    It was used as a launch site for spacecraft to explore our solar system and discovered mythical planet Nibiru, also known as Planet X, he said.

    Mesopotamia, now in south Iraq, is largely seen as the birthplace of civilisation, but according to Mr Finjan, it was also the birthplace of space exploration and even saw an ancient mission which first identified dwarf planet Pluto, long before its official discovery in 1933.

    The press had assembled to hear about a new airport in Dhi Qar, south Iraq, but according to news website The New Arab, Mr Finjan said "the world's first airport was built 7,000 years ago in Iraq by ancient Sumerians".

    In keeping with the popular "Ancient Aliens" myth, Mr Finjan suggested the Sumerians were aided by sophisticated visitors from other worlds to develop the way ahead of its time space centre.

    Mr Finjan is not alone in his theory that ancient spaceraft were regularly coming to and from Earth and meeting with our ancient ancestors.

    The "Ancient Aliens" myth, which even has a long-running documentary series of the same name, centres around alien astronauts arriving on Earth to share their superior technology with ancient civilisations to help them build the fascinating monuments such as the Egyptian Pyramids.
    ...
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/...inister-claims
    http://www.coasttocoastam.com/articl...ce-an-et-base/

    BTW, the site, per the ancient Sumerian texts, was known as Sippar.
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  • G David Bock
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    http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/0...tralias-coast/

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  • G David Bock
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    A couple of reference articles for future integration;

    Michael Brown and Planet Nine — What is the Real Planet X Agenda?
    http://yowusa.com/2016/01/brown-caltech-planet-nine/

    The planetary collision that formed the Moon may have been way more violent than we thought
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/12/12...y-earth-impact

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  • G David Bock
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    Planet Nine responsible for SHOVING Solar System off its axis
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/scienc...G-Solar-System

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  • G David Bock
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    Planet Nine Just Got Weirder

    EXCERPTS:
    If Planet 9 exists, it’s been through one hell of an ordeal. That’s the takeaway from a series of new studies that ask how in the name of Uranus a planet could have gotten itself into such a whacked-out orbit. This in turn might help explain the unlikely orbits of half a dozen Kuiper Belt objects.

    Planet 9 is a hypothetical world roughly the mass of Neptune that orbits our Sun in a giant ellipse, at a distance of 40 to over 100 billion miles. Although astronomers have proposed hidden ninth planets for years, this latest version—the brainchild of Caltech’s Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin—has gained quite a bit of traction since it was announced in January. The potential planet is so compelling that many astronomers have penned follow-up papers describing how we might find it and what it could look like.

    Almost as interesting as Planet 9's present location is how this behemoth wound up cooling its heels ten times further from the Sun than Pluto. Several new modeling efforts led by researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics are now attempting to answer that question.

    There are essentially three competing hypotheses. The most likely, proposed by astronomers Scott Kenyon and Benjamin Bromley, posits that Planet 9 is a gas giant that formed in the inner solar solar system before straying too close to Jupiter and getting itself punted out.

    “The odds that other gas giants were formed in the early solar system are very good,” Kenyon told Gizmodo, adding that the few first million years of our Sun’s life were a chaotic time, with young gas giants sucking up matter and crashing into each other all willy-nilly. “You could have made ten and Jupiter could have eaten a few.”

    ...
    Next, the two men proposed an even stranger possibility: maybe Planet 9 formed in place. In this scenario, Planet 9 is a giant snowball rather than a gas giant, that packed itself up in a very slow and very cold version of the accretionary process that formed the Earth.

    “Our idea is that as the gaseous disk is going away, it develops a hole, which gets bigger and bigger until the disk is gone,” Kenyon said. “As this hole is getting bigger, material outside the hole sweeps up solid particles like a snowplow, and deposits them at a large distance.” Over the course of hundreds of millions of years, all of those plowed up ice shavings snowballed into one another, resulting in a jawbreaker about twice the size of the Earth.
    ...
    The final scenario sounds like a plot line from a B-list scifi movie, and it seems to be comparably unlikely. Planet 9 could be an extraterrestrial invader. “Planet 9 may be an exoplanet in our own solar system,” said Gongjie Li, another astronomer at Harvard’s Center for Astrophysics whose recent modeling paper explores this very possibility, among others.

    Astronomers believe our star formed as part of a densely packed cluster that dissipated after about 100 million years. In the early days of the solar system, close encounters with neighboring stars would have been much more common. It’s possible—albeit unlikely—that the outer edges of our solar system once exchanged material, including planets, with another.
    ...
    http://gizmodo.com/planet-nine-just-...der-1774497705

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  • G David Bock
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    More for reference, this might be "Nibiru" ....
    Where Did Planet Nine Come From?

    http://www.space.com/32788-planet-ni...lanations.html

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  • G David Bock
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    Assuming some of the Gemengians/Anunnaki may have believed in some version(s) of reincarnation, then the lost of a Home World or Few, could mean Billions to tens of billions with lost biosphere~biological linkage to soul re-incarnation cycles.

    Hence something like a gene-splicing of inter-stellar species might hold merit. Tweaking Terrestrial homind genetic stock to cross-bred with Gemingian/Anunnaki stock and produce a hybrid of sorts could provide the 'host bodies' needed by some of the destroyed Home World(s) to pick back up and continue on ... ! (Given biological linkages to Spiritual components.)

    So for future reference, the Reincarnation Thread;
    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forum...d.php?t=169734

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  • G David Bock
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    Video, two stars colliding ~ supernova
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/wonde...ike/vi-BBrJjdn

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by G David Bock View Post
    The supernova event produced the pulsar Geminga;
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geminga
    Which until recently was thought to be the cause of the Local Bubble;
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Bubble

    Some earlier background material;
    A Stone Age Supernova May Have Breathed Fire
    http://www.nytimes.com/1993/02/25/us...thed-fire.html
    and ...
    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread992870/pg1
    More and recent developments;
    Exploding stars left recent, radioactive mark on Earth

    Two new studies confirm that multiple exploding stars, called supernovae, have showered the Earth with radiation within the last few million years.
    One study reports traces of radioactive iron-60, a strong indicator of supernova debris, found buried in the sea floor right across the globe.
    A second paper models which specific supernovae are most likely to have splattered this isotope across our historic, galactic neighbourhood.
    Both appear in the journal Nature.
    The periods of bombardment highlighted by the two teams do not coincide with any mass extinction events - and indeed, the predicted locations of the culprit supernovae are not quite close enough to unleash that level of destruction.
    But the blasts may nonetheless have affected the Earth's climate and thus, the evolution of life.
    ...
    His team has spent years studying the "local bubble": a ballooning region of hot gas, 600 light-years across, that surrounds the Solar System and dominates our stellar neighbourhood.
    It was formed, Prof Breitschwerdt and his colleagues have found, by upwards of a dozen supernovae all blowing up within a nearby, moving clump of stars. Their new paper pinpoints those explosions.
    "We now can make a table of the stars - what mass they had, when they exploded, and where they were," he told the BBC News website.
    Specifically, his team calculated how much iron-60 those supernovae would have sprayed into space - and how much the Earth could have swept up, based on the Solar System's path as it orbits around the Milky Way.
    ...
    Even the teams' predicted distances match: the simulations and the ocean-floor data both place the recent explosions 300 light-years away, or less.
    The timing of the supernovae also has some fascinating implications: "It's an interesting coincidence that they correspond with when the Earth cooled and moved from the Pliocene into the Pleistocene period," Dr Wallner adds, referring to the epoch of regular ice ages that took hold some 2.5 million years ago.
    The idea that nearby stellar explosions could have triggered key transitions in our planet's natural history is not a new one. But it has found little scientific support over the years.
    ...


    http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-35976498

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  • G David Bock
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    Planet Nine's profile fleshed out

    ...
    Using their planet evolution model, they calculated how parameters like the planetary radius or the brightness evolved over time since the Solar System formed 4.6 billion years ago.
    Their results suggest that for a planet 10 times more massive than Earth (the estimate obtained by Brown and Batygin), it would have a diameter 7.5 times bigger than our planet's. They also estimate that its temperature would be an icy -226C (-375F).
    "With our study, candidate Planet Nine is now more than a simple point mass, it takes shape - having physical properties," said Prof Mordasini.
    ...
    http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-35996813

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  • G David Bock
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    Nibiru?

    Nibiru?

    New evidence suggests a ninth planet lurking at the edge of the solar system

    Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology announced Wednesday that they have found new evidence of a giant icy planet lurking in the darkness of our solar system far beyond the orbit of Pluto. They are calling it "Planet Nine."
    Their paper, published in the Astronomical Journal, describes the planet as about five to 10 times as massive as the Earth. But the authors, astronomers Michael Brown and Konstantin Batygin, have not observed the planet directly.
    Instead, they have inferred its existence from the motion of recently discovered dwarf planets and other small objects in the outer solar system. Those smaller bodies have orbits that appear to be influenced by the gravity of a hidden planet – a "massive perturber." The astronomers suggest it might have been flung into deep space long ago by the gravitational force of Jupiter or Saturn.
    Telescopes on at least two continents are searching for the object, which on average is 20 times farther away than the eighth planet, Neptune. If "Planet Nine" exists, it's big. Its estimated mass would make it about two to four times the diameter of the Earth, distinguishing it as the fifth-largest planet after Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. But at such extreme distances, it would reflect so little sunlight that it could evade even the most powerful telescopes.
    ...
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/techno...NpO?li=BBnb7Kz

    Additional article;
    http://time.com/4184942/planet-9-new...-solar-system/
    Last edited by G David Bock; 20 Jan 16, 15:06.

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by G David Bock View Post
    ...
    I) "Captured Nemesis World" ... wreaks havoc upon the planets and other bodies of the Solar System. There are a number of planet, planetoid, asteroid, comet, etc. "anomalies" in the Solar System highly suggestive of events from either several sources, or a single source, as the cause of such. Conventional Science/Astronomy leans towards the 'several sources' scenarios while Sitchin suggests a more likely, "Occam's Razor" approach, single source in form of a Nemesis planet he believes the earliest texts label "Nibiru".

    General theory regarding formation of the Solar System is that the Sun, planets, etc. coalesced out of a swirling cloud of post-nova debris, "planetary nebula", about 5-4.5 Billion years ago. When viewed from the perspective of the 'North Celestial Pole", i.e. the direction of the star we call Polaris, the Solar System has main bodies that rotate upon internal axis in a counter-clockwise direction and revolve in approximately circular orbits also in counter-clockwise direction about the central mass/gravitational object star we call the Sun. In theory everything moving in our solar system that originated here should have this "counter-clockwise" orientation to both spin and orbital direction, with clean geometry of nearly perpendicular spin axis, circular orbits, and all with no inclination to the angular momentum ecliptic of motion.

    However, we find the current lay of the Solar System displays numerous aberrations/anomalies to the this ideal and theoretical pattern.

    a.) Venus spins upon it's axis in "clockwise" direction, counter to baseline angular momentum of the Solar System.

    b.) Earth alone has two forms of 'crustal layer' generating "plate tectonics" that results in a high level of 'earthquakes', volcanoes, and other internal planetary churnings; plus a near planetary-sized companion - producing what could be argued is double-planet orbital system.

    c.) an Asteroid Belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter where some calculations suggest another planet should exist. Hence either such a planet never formed or was 'destroyed' sometime in the early history of the Solar System.

    d.) several satellites/'moons' of the planets orbit in clockwise paths that are counter to the prevailing direction of solar system angular momentum.

    e.) All planets display some degree of tilt of their rotation axis of self-spin suggestive of a form of disruption to their own ideal angular momentum profiles. Uranus is the most dramatic with it's south polar axis pointing nearly direct to the Sun and that planet rolling it's equatorial line upon the plan of it's orbital path.

    f.) All planets vary to some degree from the ideal of near circular orbits with Pluto having the greatest known elliptical (oval shaped) orbital path.

    g.) All planets vary from the ideal of being upon the main Solar System ecliptic plane of orbital motion (angular momentum) with some degree of inclination to that plane. Pluto again wins honors of the greatest deviation with an inclination of @17 degrees.

    h.) Many of the asteroids/comets/meteors share some to all of these anomalies of movement regarding spin/tilt, orbital direction (clockwise or counter-),orbital shape (highly elliptic~'oval'), and orbital inclination.

    Again, as mentioned above, Conventional Science/Astronomy has lent towards separate causes and explanations for each example of the above whereas Sitchin, via his interpretations of the Sumerian "Enuma Elish" and other earliest writings, suggests that most to all have resulted from a single source event; the 'capture' of a wandering planet like object that the Sumerians referred to as "Nibiru".

    "Nibiru" was supposedly 'captured' as it wandered close to the Solar System about 4 Billion years ago and it's many interactions with the Solar System's planets produced most of the above listed anomalies either directly or as 'aftershocks'. Nibiru originally had an orbital path that was opposite the angular momentum of the Solar System, i.e. 'clockwise' and may have had some degree of inclination. Encounters with the various planets during various orbits likely produced most of the anomalies listed above and key for consideration here is it's encounter with the proto-Earth and that aftermath.

    Sitchin suggests that originally Earth was a planet of about twice it's current diameter (more than double in size and mass) and in an orbital path where the Asteroid Belt is located, the Sumerians called it Tiamat. It was two or more close encounters with Nibiru, along with collisions of each others satellites/moons that resulted in Tiamat being broken in half, part becoming the Asteroid Belt, the other half reforming into circular planet the Sumerians called KI (which translates as "cleaved, as in two parts") and we know as Earth. These close encounters and collisions also sent Ki/Earth to a new orbital path (it's current one), locked Kingu/Moon it a joint orbital dance with Ki/Earth, and produced debris on varied and tangential orbits of assorted asteroids and comets.

    Nibiru would seem to have gone through a series of adjustments to it's orbital track, varied ellipses, and orbital inclination as result of all these close encounters and possible collisions with the planets of the Solar System and best clues to date that Sitchin has found and presented suggests that Nibiru's orbit is likely about 30 degrees inclined to the 'South' hemisphere of the Solar System and is highly elliptic with a period of about 3,600 (Earth) years, with perigee (closest point to the Sun) and crossing of the ecliptic somewhere in the region of the Asteroid Belt. Per Sitchin's chronologies, last closest approach/transit of Nibiru would have been about 250BC, leaving it only a few hundred years into it's inbound leg towards the Sun.

    G David Bock

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    (10/30/05 2:46 pm)
    ^ One result of those plate tectonics is the "gaps" between them and what they result in ...
    The 40,000-Mile Volcano
    EXCERPT:
    ...The cause, she proposed, is Earth’s slightly elliptical orbit around the sun. That changes the strength of the sun’s gravitational pull on Earth during the year and, as a result, the magnitude of the tides that squeeze the planet. She said the eruptions coincided with the annual letup of the squeeze. More boldly, Dr. Tolstoy suggested that such mechanisms might help explain how the planet’s regular ice ages end so abruptly — long a mystery.
    Ocean levels fall sharply in such bitterly cold periods as water is tied up in massive continental ice sheets. In a paper, she proposed that the reduced pressure on the ridges might let them erupt far more frequently. As a result, more carbon dioxide would spew into the ocean and, eventually, into the atmosphere, trapping more heat and warming the planet.
    In short, according to this hypothesis, the ice sheets would eventually grow large enough to initiate their own destruction, refilling the oceans. It was a radical idea that has stirred debate.
    ....
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/12/sc...ater.html?_r=0

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