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Now you could find specifics on what, exactly, dumped the sand there, but it had to come in relatively quickly.



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The African Sahara Desert. Composite satellite image in orthographic projection: Credit: NASA.

 

The Sahara Desert
Apr 08, 2010

An extraterrestrial sand scar?

The light areas in the image above show the wide swath of desert area that extends across Africa, the Middle East, and the entire Asian continent. It encompasses many deserts including the Sahara.

The Sahara is the world's largest hot desert. At over 9,000,000 square kilometres (3,500,000 square miles), it covers most of Northern Africa, making it almost as large as the United States or the continent of Europe. The desert stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts, to the outskirts of the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the sand dunes can reach 180 meters (600 ft.) in height. Mixed in with the oceanic sands there are large rock formations, boulders, stones and pebbles. Some have compared areas of the Sahara to the surface of Mars.

The sands of the Sahara hold many secrets. It wasn’t always a vast desolate ocean of sand; around 5,000 years ago it was a very different terrain. It was a sub-tropical paradise where deer, hippos and elephants were hunted and giraffes and rhinoceros roamed the area. With a plentiful supply of food, thousands of hunter-gatherers flocked to live in this lush savannah.

 

These facts are evident from the discovery of hundreds of human graves and numerous rock paintings, depicting people hunting and even swimming. Furthermore, radar images taken by the NASA space shuttle show that beneath the sand are networks of rivers, once spanning the entire Sahara. North Africa was once alive with people! What happened to this lush green world?

It was initially believed the Sahara died out abruptly about 5,000 years ago. However, recent studies have supposedly shown this to be incorrect. Conventional scientists believe the process took about three millennia as reported by Reuters in May 2008.

“The once-green Sahara turned to desert over thousands of years rather than in an abrupt shift as previously believed, according to a study on Thursday that may help understanding of future climate changes. The study of ancient pollen, spores and aquatic organisms in sediments in Lake Yoa in northern Chad showed the region gradually shifted from savannah 6,000 years ago towards the arid conditions that took over about 2,700 years ago. The findings, about one of the biggest environmental shifts of the past 10,000 years, challenge past belief based on evidence in marine sediments that a far quicker change created the world's biggest hot desert.”

Sand

Sand is the result of finely weathered and eroded rock. It is believed it takes tens of thousands, if not millions of years for exposed rock to weather into sand. The longer this erosion takes place, the finer the grains. The sand in the Sahara is some of the oldest on the planet; it is believed to have existed for seven million years. Some of the sand dunes are rich in iron ore. The impurities stain the quartz particles, which accounts for their yellow colour.

Where did the Sahara sand come from? It did not exist 6,000 years ago. Experts are proposing that vast oceans of sand formed in less than 3,300 years. This is impossible because Saharan sand is some of the oldest on the planet. Putting this into context means that an area the size of the US has been covered in a vast sea of sand in what has to be the blink of an eye in geological terms. This makes no sense because the time frame for the formation of the sand does not allow it according to consensus theories. If the adjoining deserts swathing out across the Middle East and Asia are also considered, this equates to an area twice the size of the US. Where did all this sand come from?

Is it possible the earth is covered with debris from recent cosmic catastrophe? Could debris such as large boulders, rocks, stones, pebbles, dust and sand which are believed to be indigenous to Earth actually be extraterrestrial in origin?

Wall Thornhill speaking on "Coast to Coast" November 26, 2007:

“When you have an highly charged object like a comet coming towards the earth, before it strikes the earth there will be an electrical discharge between the two bodies and that discharge will usually be of sufficient magnitude to destroy the incoming object - so you end up with a shower of sand and stuff like that."

"The famous Chicago fires where that whole area of the US was lit by strange fires and falls of sand and such like. And this occurred at the time of the disappearance of Biela's comet."

Countless tons of rocks bombarded Earth’s atmosphere, fragmenting and breaking up into fine grains of sand. As it fell to Earth it covered vast areas of once-lush, green fertile land, turning it into the barren deserts we see today.

This sand forms a gigantic scar across the landscape which suggests great swarms of debris were hurled at the Earth, and the enormous quantities of sand demonstrates the extent of this bombardment.

Contributed by Gary Gilligan

http://gks.uk.com/

 

 

 

 

This article can be found at 

http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2010/arch10/100408sahara.htm

 

 



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I have been working on a way to produce a reasonable sectional enlargement of the view shown above.

I feel one of the main clues, which could be the 'key' to understanding the visual data contained in the image is in the manner in which the structures which are connected. The small white blocks which appear to be structures are connected by 'veins' that eminate outwards from a central stem. At close range the 'veins' are above the surface and have width and height. Therefore, these anomalous lengthy objects must, at some point, have been constructed as well.

I asked myself the following.

The visual data contained in the image shows many structures which are connected by a network of 'veins' which could possibly be covered access ways. If this is the case, what civilization, that we know of, would use such a access network in the desert, but would also make the construction appear as if it was part of the natural formation of the land?

A close up view is shown below.


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There is that dark blue stuff again. Does anyone know any chemistry/geology to tell us what kind of mineral they may be extracting? It is a bit like gentian blue dye that you use on some slide preparations.

Now, I dont know whether this particular colour is just all due to Google Earths interpretation of the harsh shadows, (however, I doubt it) but if we zoom in, we should be able to see whether it is a real mining area of this 'alien blue' stuff or whether it is some un-interesting shadow areas.

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There's some interesting detail contained in these two images.

The view is of a very isolated sahara desert location.

Is what can be observed in the images the work of humans or aliens?



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I have spent some time reworking the main images at this location. Shown below are two full-sized mages of the general area. The first image is the vertical view and the second image is the oblique view.

Adjustments have been made to the color settings so that any color differences in the terrain and/or objects can be seen. No objects or other features are circled.

Considering the poor quality of the original GE images, I feel these reworked productions give the viewer a good idea of the more finite detail relating to the objects on the surface.



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Here is a link to some reference information about the Sahara.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sahara

Shown below are a couple of close up sectional views of the main image posted above. I have circled some of the more prominent structures and anomalies.

There is no information available about a desert town or settlement at this location, so could this be the work of an ancient civilization?



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what i was getting at, is that landscape could just be the sandstone from the ancient seas exposed.

so i'm not surprised it looks like it does.

anyway, i await your close ups!

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1)you know the sahara used to be under water for a long time?
I never knew that, but that's interesting to note. Then again, loads of places on Earth used to be underwater or otherwise very different than they are now. For instance, Antarctica used to be like the Amazon (only with conifers), and the Great Plains area used to be a huge, shallow sea. North Africa used to be like the Everglades.


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you know the sahara used to be under water for a long time?





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Exploring the southern Sahara region I came across something quite extraordinary.

At first sight the terrain looks very mundane and featureless, but after making some improvements there is a huge amount of detail to observe. I get the impression that what can be seen is not the work of the indigenous native population, if there is one in this area, but a civilization far more advanced and organized.

I will post some closeup views later.


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Presented below are huge landscape formations of an elephant, a sleeping dog and other anomalous but recognizable shapes. 

Can these shapes really be works of nature?

What do you think?

I have increased the contrast to bring out the detail.

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Some of you were close guessing the location.

The views are from the desert region of Southern Libya close to the border with Chad.

I have provided smaller views which correspond to the images posted above. These images show the co-ordinates, the height above seal level, the eye altitude and the viewpoint.


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Eaol, What we are looking for in these images is anything that would appear not in keeping with the terrain and the location. This site is in a very desolate spot and is far away from any inhabitated areas. The view contains the deatail shown in the first image.

This image shows a slanted distance view of this particular landscape. There is something very unusual in the view which should be recognizable to the viewer. The question is, how did the anomaly get there and is it a natural formation or has it been sculpted by some form of intelligence?

Besides this large anomaly, there are also other interesting features to view.

Incidentally, there are no compression artifacts on the images posted as they have been removed. I shall respond to comments later and include details of the location and what I have observed in the images.


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Eaol, I am very disappointed in your response as it does not say anything at all and certainly does not add anything concrete to the discussion.

What we are looking for is some detailed discussion at to what is wrong with our analysis of this picture and why it does not fit.

Talking in generalities like you have done reminds me of a slippery politician appearing to say things but when the listener returns to examine what has actually been said, there is no substance at all.

We are not discussing sand dunes in general we are discussing these sand dunes. We are not discussing images in general, we are discussing this image. So please try to help us understand the points you are making by taking the features in this picture and explaining why you think there are no anomalies in this image.



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ok, i don't know where that is from.

but here is something i found that might be beneficial.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_ALElMLpRA

besides the music, watch the flyover.

i'm guessing alaska or canada. duh!

was hoping for anartica.


please move if it don't fit.



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1)Do you mean 
a) that you are used to seeing the anomalies in this photo and that they are common in this type of picture
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b) that there is nothing anomalous in it?
I would say "b". There are a few things I could find potentially questionable, but I haven't the reason to believe there is anything unusual about them. And they are conditional - without one thing being one thing and another being something else, that "road" thing is just a sandy split between bare rock.
2)which in my experience is not something we normally see in inhabited areas on Earth
Well, most inhabited places on Earth are far from this type of terrain, for logical reasons. Would you build a house in a sand dune? Or one surrounded by sand dunes?
3)I have considered that it may be water courses from the rain, but I dont think these are attributable to that.
Why not? Actually, I doubt it has more to do with water than it does with wind, but that's just because I get the impression that this isn't really that sloped. I could be wrong, but nonetheless the wind explanation could still work, and so could gravity wink.
4)and is something which I AM used to seeing in Mars Rover images
Do you mean satellite images or do you actually mean "Mars Rover" images?
5)These are particularly obvious on the extreme right side of the picture where the paths disappear under an area of camel-coloured featureless 'smudge' at the top end.
"Camel-coloured featureless 'smudge'"? I would like to point out that sand dunes, which are usually shaped and rounded by the wind, can be and are smooth and featureless. And also, shadows and lighting effects would not affect a smudge. I feel it is important to adress that although there may be something funny-looking in an image, it rarely ever means there is something truly unusual there (unless, of course, it was in much more detail than a few pixels or questionable shapes in the terrain).
6)The landscape view seen above in on this planet although there are similarities with what we have found on the Moon and Mars. I shall reveal the location later.
This looks more like what I have seen of Mars.  It bears a resemblence, more so than the previous image, in my opinion.
7)Also, anthropological shapes can be seen in the view but you may have to look into the image to find them.
...Another find spoilered for me.  Why do I feel like you are testing us?  Hehe, whatever.  Expecting the next image.


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The landscape view seen above in on this planet although there are similarities with what we have found on the Moon and Mars. I shall reveal the location later.

Here is another view from the same area which I have named, "The procession".

You will probably notice that from right to left there is a twisting effect as the anomalies appear to increase in size. Also, anthropological shapes can be seen in the view but you may have to look into the image to find them. Some of these shapes display a cranial protrusion.


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1)i agree i can see several anomalies similar to mars' ones.
I honestly do not see anything particularly anomalous in this photograph.

Do you mean
a) that you are used to seeing the anomalies in this photo and that they are common in this type of picture
or
b) that there is nothing anomalous in it?

The way you have worded your comment could mean either.

If you mean the latter, then how can you NOT see all of the doughnut-shapes in this picture (which in my experience is not something we normally see in inhabited areas on Earth, and is something which I AM used to seeing in Mars Rover images). If you dispute this, please show me some similar doughnut-shaped structures in inhabited areas on Earth.

Additionally, there are obvious well-used paths leading to structures in this photo. I have considered that it may be water courses from the rain, but I dont think these are attributable to that. These are particularly obvious on the extreme right side of the picture where the paths disappear under an area of camel-coloured featureless 'smudge' at the top end.

These two are examples of anomalous things in this picture, does that help you identify what we see?

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1)i agree i can see several anomalies similar to mars' ones.
I honestly do not see anything particularly anomalous in this photograph.
2)This first image is rather special.
There are more images?
3)If you study the image carefully you will see that there are features similar to some of the anomalies we have found on Mars.
So you are implying that they are not anomalies? I still don't see anything unusual about this image.
4)But where is the location?
I'd go with somewhere in North Africa or Southern Europe/West Asia.


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Yes, this is an interesting area. I suspect it is somewhere like Libya or Iran, somewhere middle east-ish.

I notice the square buildings, particularly the one on the large rock outcrop towards the right. There is a large round disk thing just to the left of the most obvious square building in that area too. Quite a few doughtnut shaped structures in this picture which I suspect are early-warning-radar devices.

How large are these structures? Whats the altitude or scale? Any idea?

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i agree i can see several anomalies similar to mars' ones.
in particular there are those 2 innatural shaped "streaks" of sand very clear in the center of the image, i believe it can be an obfuscation, elsewhere it may be simply due to pixel artifacts, but it is strange, at least not common.

i bet it is a picture from somewhere in the earth.

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I have started this thread as there are many people who have never seen what the landscape looks like from above.

This first image is rather special.

If you study the image carefully you will see that there are features similar to some of the anomalies we have found on Mars.

But where is the location?

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