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Thursday, March 15, 2012

DALE DRINNON: Freshwater monkeys, Giant Snakes and Atlantis

New at the Frontiers of Anthropology,
A Gravity map indicates an anomaly at the bottom of the North Atlantic:

New at the Frontiers of Zoology:
Another possible sighting of a FW Monkey in Kentucky:

And a report on Giant Snakes in New Mexico:

And also an associated posting on Tyler Stone's blog concerning a possible fossil forerunner to the Freshwater Monkeys:

1 comment:

Dale Drinnon said...

Btw, the article about the Gravity anomaly in the North Atlantic isn't "Just" another posting about Atlantis but it mentions a very serious geophysical observation that implies there is a submerged landmass in the middle of the North Atlantic, and it names a prominent geophysicist whio took gravity readings in the area whigh led him to believe the same thing. This expert was nobody to be sneezed at either.

Best Wishes, Dale D.