Are The Mysterious Dogu Figurines Depictions
They resemble some sort of humanoid wearing a spacesuit. The figurines are depicted with helmets or goggles. They are also depicted having strangely shaped ‘elongated’ heads, and some of them have almond shaped eyes. The eyes are nearly always depicted disproportionally in relation to the body.
The most interesting part perhaps is the fact that the Dogu Figurines are meant to represent the ‘Gods’.
The Human Interference Task Force was a team of engineers, anthropologists, nuclear physicists, behavioral scientists & others convened for the U.S. Department of Energy and Bechtel Corp. to find a way to reduce future humans unintentionally intruding on radioactive waste isolation systems. The task force was to research the use of long-time warning messages to prevent future access to the planned, stalled, deep geological nuclear repository project of Yucca Mountain.
How to build a nuclear warning for 10,000 years’ time .
“This place is not a place of honor,” reads the text. “No highly esteemed dead is commemorated here… nothing valued is here. What is here was dangerous and repulsive to us. This message is a warning about danger.”
Sounds like a curse that you half-expect to find at the entrance to an ancient burial mound. New Mexico. Huge complex of tunnels&caverns is designed to contain the US military’s nuclear waste.
A child’s 78,000-year-old grave marks Africa’s oldest known human burial
Excavations at Panga ya Saidi pushed back the ritual’s date at least a few thousand years
Researchers who unearthed the ancient youngster’s remains say that they’ve found the oldest known intentional human burial in Africa. The investigators, who report the discovery in the May 6 Nature, have named the ancient youngster Mtoto, a Swahili word that means “child.”
I keep begging my boss to lay me off and get someone in who wants to be here. "Get in line" says he.
Two hours notice this weekend.
Chinese rocket debris set to crash into Earth this weekend - but - WRCBtv.com | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports
Weighing in at nearly 20 tons, the debris -- an empty core stage from a Chinese rocket -- was the largest piece of space junk to fall uncontrolled back to Earth since 1991 and the fourth biggest ever.
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