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Pole Shifts: Is There Evidence?


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Mario Dantas
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« on: January 08, 2008, 06:29:20 pm »

Hi Valerie,

"But wait a minute; weren’t the woolly mammoths suited to living in a cold climate? They are described as woolly due to their hairy coat, but this is only hair, greaseless hair. To help protect them from the cold, all of today’s Arctic mammals have glands that make their hair oily to retain warmth – the mammoths had no such gland. Although thicker, a mammoth’s hair is the same as that of elephants, and they live in the tropical regions. Many animals found in equatorial jungles also have thick hair, the tiger being one such example. Anyone still unconvinced could consider this - bones of tigers, rhinoceroses and antelope were found alongside the mammoths, and these are obviously not Arctic creatures."


Bingo!!!


I have been researching anything that is related to the Arctic region and i think that they (Arctic creatures) might have been violently taken away (trees too) by huge mouvements of water under special extremely antagonistic thermal conditions (very hot and very cold). Velikovsky was always underlying that a catastrophic "mise en scene" took place very recently, but nobody seems to care...

this link might not have important data, but it clearly show how ignorant we are regarding fossil fuel origin:

http://news-service.stanford.edu/pr/94/940804Arc4170.html

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