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Where did ships from the Middle Ages come from in the US deserts?



In the 18-20 centuries, dozens of various ships were discovered in the desert regions of the United States.

The researchers who obtained these finds came to the conclusion that the seas could once extend here. The reason for such an unusual verdict was the ships of the conquistadors of the 15th-17th centuries, which were clearly under water and managed to become covered with corals, sponges and other marine life.

But more than other finds, researchers were struck by the ships found in the California desert – these were Viking boats.

The most concrete verification of those rumors came in 1933. Local librarian and nature enthusiast Myrtle Botts was out hiking in the Anza-Borrego desert with her husband.

It was early March and the desert was alive with the vibrant colors of wildflower blooms. They set up camp near Agua Caliente and were greeted by a passing prospector.

The man had not struck gold but he claimed to have found “a ship lodged in the rocky face of Canebrake Canyon. The vessel was made of wood, and there was a serpentine figure carved into its prow. There were also impressions on its flanks where shields had been attached—all the hallmarks of a Viking craft” (Nazaryan, 2017).

The paradox was that the artifacts were almost not hidden by the local soil. In other words, there was a feeling that for hundreds of years these once-floating ships had not been swallowed up by the surrounding landscape. As if they were placed on the surface a week ago. However, the dating of the finds referred them to the 12th-15th centuries.

Another detail was the lack of crew members. Empty holds said that someone could plunder them. Despite the established age and ownership of the ships, it remains a mystery how they even got into the desert states of the United States.

In addition to California, ancient ships have been discovered in Arizona, Texas, and Michigan. It turned out that all these territories were once under water.

If we take millions of years, then, of course, these lands were at the bottom of the ocean, but we are talking about the 12-17th centuries. If the sea had splashed here so recently, then numerous traces of the life of the marine fauna should have remained.

But this has not yet been found. All finds related to the seas and oceans in these parts date back to 200-220 million years ago. How then do ships get to these parts?

The official science does not give an answer to this question. The appearance of ships in the middle of the desert can be explained only by resorting to fantastic theories.

Various assumptions are made from the impact of UFOs to time portals. By the way, the last hypothesis is very interesting. Movement in space and time is one of the theoretical directions in physics.

Ufologist Mikhail Gershtein has collected more than 200 testimonies about the movements of people, cars, planes and ships in time and space. This phenomenon is very rare and always spontaneous, because of this, attempts at careful study often remain without result.

Based on this, it can be assumed that such incidents occurred in the Middle Ages. And perhaps a few hundred years ago, the American deserts weren’t seas at all, and ships spontaneously found themselves among the sands. In this case, local residents could take valuables from the holds, and liquidate the sailors.

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Private Jets Headed To Global Warming Conference “Literally Frozen On Runway”




world leaders spoke at a ‘global warming’ conference in Dubai, located
in the heart of the Arabian Desert, discussing the usual: banning gas
stoves, cow farts, and petrol-powered vehicles, a powerful snowstorm
grounded all flights at Munich Airport in Germany. 

“Private jets
in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally
frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier,” said Ryan Maue, a
meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist. 

jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are
literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier.

— Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) December 2, 2023

All flights have been canceled at Munich Airport. 

Munich Airport traffic usually looks like on a Saturday afternoon
compared to today as the airport has closed due to heavy snowfall. MUC
is expected to reopen tomorrow at 0500 UTC.

Nearly 600 flights at MUC canceled today.

— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) December 2, 2023

If not in years, Munich might have received the most significant snowfall on record. 

With 44 cm left on the ground this morning, Munich, Germany has officially experienced its biggest December snowstorm on record.

— Nahel Belgherze (@WxNB_) December 2, 2023

Another inconvenient truth… 

Europe hasn’t seen a snow cover like this since 2010—60% is blanketed in white! ❄️

— Xavi Ruiz (@xruiztru) December 1, 2023

world leaders actually believed in global warming, they would’ve not
flown private jets to the desert. Furthermore,  having a global warming
conference in an area where it snows is just bad optics for these
virtue-signaling elites. 

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Gaza war worsening climate change threats, says Jordan’s king




Jordan’s king said Friday that war was making the threats from climate change even worse in the Gaza Strip, as hostilities resumed between Israel and Hamas after a week-long truce.

King Abdullah II told the UN’s COP28 climate talks in Dubai that “we
cannot talk about climate change in isolation from the humanitarian
tragedies unfolding around us”.

“In Gaza, over 1.7 million Palestinians have been displaced from
their homes. Tens of thousands have been injured or killed in a region
already on the front lines of climate change,” he told a gathering of
world leaders.

“The massive destruction of war makes the environmental threats of water scarcity and food insecurity even more severe.

“In Gaza our people are living with little clean water and the bare
minimum of food supplies, as climate threats magnify the devastation of

The Gaza war has been a major talking point at COP28, where
delegations from around the world will try to hammer out a fresh
agreement to tackle the climate crisis.

The conflict flared after Palestinian Hamas militants killed about
1,200 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapped about 240, according to
Israeli authorities, in an unprecedented attack on October 7.

In response, Israel vowed to eliminate Hamas and unleashed an air and
ground military campaign in Gaza that the Hamas government says killed
around 15,000 people, also mostly civilians.

Iran’s delegation walked out of the COP28 talks on Friday in protest
at Israel’s presence, which delegation chief Ali Akbar Mehrabian said
was “contrary to the goals and guidelines of the conference”, according
to the official IRNA news agency.

Israeli President Isaac Herzog is conducting talks on hostage
releases on the sidelines of the conference, while his Palestinian
counterpart Mahmoud Abbas cancelled a planned visit.

Agence France-Presse (AFP) is a French international news agency
headquartered in Paris, France. Founded in 1835 as Havas, it is the
world’s oldest news agency.

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