FORBIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY: Secret Discoveries of Early Man – FEATURE VIDEO

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“It’s Indiana Jones meets The X-Files in this intriguing program that tackles the age-old question “Where did we come from?” Fascinating viewing! Highly recommended! – Michael Rogers, “Library Journal”

The creators of the Emmy Award Winning Mystery of the Sphinx present a revolutionary new film that examines one of our greatest mysteries: Man’s origins. Hosted by Charlton Heston, this film challenges what we are being taught about human evolution and the rise of early civilization. A new breed of scientific investigators present startling evidence that the academic community has quietly ignored.

Includes the facts about this amazing mystery and a fascinating series of spellbinding interviews with researchers, scientists, and the best known, most credible authorities in the world today.”

Travis believes he was taken aboard an alien spacecraft for five days
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World’s most famous ‘alien abductee’ Travis Walton slams sceptics – claiming 16 lie detector tests prove his story is true
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From thesun.co.uk Travis, who cops thought had been murdered, believes he was taken into a spacecraft by extra-terrestrials before being returned to earth five days later THE man involved in one of the most infamous alien abduction cases of all time has hit out at skeptics and non-believers – saying …

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The Most Mysterious Anomalies of Mars
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From thoughtco.com Since Ancient Man began tracking the unique red world across the night sky, we have always known there is something special about Mars. Although it is much smaller than Earth, Mars is the most Earth-like planet in our solar system with its many similar geological features, including polar …

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A New Computer Chip Can Store Quantum Information in the Form of Light
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From futurism.com For the first time, researchers have developed nanoscale quantum memory chips that store information in individual photons. The chips were able to store data for 75 nanoseconds before release, with a success rate of 97 percent. SAVING DATA IN LIGHT The age of quantum computers is drawing ever …