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    In the study of life and living organisms (Biology) we today divide cellular life forms into three different domains as archaea, bacteria, and eukaryote. The eukaryote group incorporates all living organisms who have a cell nucleus with genetic material enclosed. The Eukaryote domain thus  include the organisms we are most familiar with such as animals, plants, fungi, and protists.

    The scientific classification of the animal kingdom (Animalia) of which we are part is complex and is still under frequent debate as experts quarrel about taxonomy – the method of defining and naming groups of biological organisms on the basis of shared characteristics. Animals are comprised of two distinct groups with and without a spine – vertebrates and invertebrates (insects, snails, starfish, sea-urchins & worms).

    The category that we might be most familiar with is probably the vertebrates we ourselves are part of – together with about 66,000 other species of Life/Eukaryota/Animalia/Deuterostomia/Chordata/Vertebrata*. We might think we’re part of the largest group of ‘Animalia’ but we merely represent 5% of all animals who are overwhelmingly invertebrates (1.305.075 extant species).

    Vertebrates range in size from 7.7mm (0.3 inch – Paedophryne amauensisto frog) up to 33m (110 ft – Blue Whale) and out of the 66.178 species (wikipedia) described as ‘extant’ there is an even greater number of animals that today are extinct as the fossil record is the most utilised means of study of animal biology (Zoology). Vertebrates have in fact a longstanding past back to the Ostracoderms (a jawless fish) and Conodonts (eel type fish) as long as 444 million years ago.

    Out of the vertebrates it is the fish that are most plentiful with 32,900 species (probably 33 thousands for a mason) although the land-creatures do total an equivalent 33,278 species (also 33 thousands aproximated) in various forms such as amphibians (7.302), reptiles (10.038), birds (10,425) and finally mammals with a meager 5.513 extant species. Fortunately, some extinct species reappear and as such there is a special Lazarus category (taxon) for animals that disappear from the fossil record only to appear again later. Like the Pygmy right whale, thought to be extinct for the last 2 million years.

    Modern biology in its current form was first and foremost introduced in 1735 by Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus in his ‘Systema Naturae‘ and subsequent works and is still a major reference today (Linnean system). With Linnaeus came a significant change in a biological perspective as he proposed a rational pattern of species forming groups by overall similarity into larger groups called genus – and suddenly mans privileged place on Earth was rejected. The Religious and Aristotelian point of view was of course based on an ascending hierarchy with humans on top. But with the Linnean system humans were suddenly classified as  evolved primates (Homo Sapiens) together with orangutangs and chimpanzees (Homo), the only two apes known at the time.

    Another new science to become noteworthy for modern biology emerged more or less simultaneously to the Linnean system – Palaeontology. With the study of fossils and later comparing these fossils to existing species, time suddenly exploded as previously unknown animals were suddenly discovered who we today assume “know” to be extinct. The timeframe necessary for such a paleontological hypothesis is what we know of today, meaning billions of years and numerous ‘extinction events‘. Nicholas Steno was the first person to propose how some types of stones might in fact be petrified animals (1666 – shark teeth) but it was Georges Cuvier of the National Museum in Paris who interpreted fossils to also be comprised of extinct species – sometimes unknown*.

    Everything was now set for Darwin to bring home evolutionary biology in 1859 with the publication of ‘Origin of Species’ as palaeontologists (& geologists) by now had made a compelling case of how life on Earth was very ancient and that it had changed over time with many fantastic species extinct. Darwin had worked quietly on his thesis of evolution for over twenty years and his book became one of the most influential scientific books of all time and convinced most scientists that evolution and the descent of all species from common ancestors was a reality.

    Well – so far so good… But what if much of the evidence for evolution was fabricated ?

    charles dawson digging for the piltdown man
    Charles Dawson digging for the Piltdown Man

    charles dawson finding for the piltdown man
    Charles Dawson promoting the Piltdown Man

    Unfortunately – fabrication of archeological evidence is no fantasy or fringe theory and numerous Palaeontology frauds have already been perpetrated – maybe the most famous being the 500.000 year old “missing link’ found near Piltdown (East Sussex, UK) in 1912 and known as the Piltdown Man – a verified Animal Species Hoax. The list of Palaeontology falsifications is in fact much longer and mostly well accepted, but it seems few have really taken the time to interpret the motives and recurring behaviour at hand.

    Most conspiracy theorists would also consider Dinosaurs to be a modern invention and thus present a case for a large  number of falsified species (1220) ranging from dino-birds to dino-sharks. Such an important Animal Species Hoax as these prehistoric improbable animals should raise our natural suspicion about the entire field of evolutionary biology – only it seems we still chose to believe the same museums that gave us the giant unfit-to-walk-on-earth Dinosaurs. There is no reason Museums would only have focused on Dinosaurs and left all other domains of Palaeontology alone. We are talking about the same experts in all these cases and to assume that a Museum’s bone production would be half manufactured secretly with plaster and resin as with Dinosaurs while the rest were are all real is a fantasy that does neither make sense nor hold up to scrutiny .

    Sorry to say – it does not appear Museums have made any changes what-so-ever to how they produce their exhibits – many (if not most) Museum artefact are just as fake as Dinosaur bones – like the 1891 Rosslare (Wexford) Blue Whale exposed since July 14th this year as the prime ‘real bones‘ exhibit in the National History Museum of London replacing a1898 Diplodocus Dinosaur dug up from Como Bluff (Wyoming, USA) – with both animals being the near exact size, age and make (85 vs 83 feet in length).

    Dippy the dinosaur
    Dippy is a ‘fake’ plaster cast replica of the fossilised bones of a type specimen of Diplodocus carnegii found in 1898.


    Hope is ‘real’ skeleton of a blue whale that washed up in Wexford (Ireland) 1891.

    What today convince us of the the existence of the giant Blue Whale or even the Sperm Whale is of course that they are both considered living species and free for all to see. Except they are extremely rare, live in the Antarctic and enlisted on the endangered species Marine Mammal Protection Act. Needless to say, we will never have the possibility or MMPA permit to even come close to these fantastic animals – so the proof of these species will remain in expert hands exposing live creatures on film or relics (anagram : killers) in various Museums. Nevertheless, there is indeed one ‘real’ skeleton in the National History Museum’s closet only it doesn’t do a very good job at being ‘real’…(article).

    To put it blunt – this forum thread intends to highlight how the falsified fossil record does not stop with the Piltdown Man nor the Dinosaur hoax but actually also concerns ‘extant’ living species of which there in many cases are close to no proof for, except photo-manipulated images and hard to believe retractions from “strandings” that all look very much like the next staged terror-event with contradictory depictions and hard to believe facts. Does it sound plausible that the first specimen of the Pygmy right whale was found in 2012 after a 2 million years absence ?

    Indeed, if the Elite found the time to dig down a prehistoric men and thousands of  huge Dinosaur bones we might not want to give them much credibility for how they go about establishing missing evolutionary links in general. The continuous stream of “new” and “Lazarus” species never seem to stop but are always found by the Elite members themselves in order to validate hard to believe history with giant unbelievable animals like oil-production-prone Dinosaurs and Sperm Whales in their midst.


    A rare Humpback whale says hello from the shores of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.


    An habitual image manipulation of a Humpback whale says they know how to fake a whale in Mexico too.


    Photo forensics clearly show how the image is patched together and outlined and artificially composed

    *In early editions of ‘Systema Naturae’ Linnaeus included many ‘well-known’ legendary creatures like the phoenix, dragon, manticore and satyrus…

    *Georges Cuvier was reputed to be able to reconstruct the complete anatomy of a previously unknown species with uncanny accuracy with only few fragments of bones…

    *articles on 2 whales that may never have existed – Hope & Megaloo
    False Hope – http://allunreal.com/2017/12/false-hope
    The Vicious Veil – http://allunreal.com/2017/12/the-vicious-veil

    *as humans, we are now are according to modern biology taxonomy classed as follows [simplified version]:
    Life/Eukaryota/Animalia/Deuterostomia/Chordata/Vertebrata/Tetrapoda/Mammalia/Theriiformes/Boreoeutheria/Euarchontoglires/Euarchonta/Primatomorpha/Primates/Haplorrhini/Simiiformes/Catarrhini/Hominoidea/Hominidae/Homininae/Hominini/Hominina/Homo/Homo sapiens/Homo sapiens sapiens

    #851625
    UNreal
    UNreal
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    ASH – Confirmed case
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    Animal Species Hoax : “Nebraska Man
    Species : Hesperopithecus Haroldcookii
    Discovered : 1917
    Location : Nebraska, USA
    Scientists : Harold J. Cook
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    Nebraska Man by Amedee Forestier
    Nebraska Man by Amedee Forestier for the Illustrated London News 1922

    The presence of fictitious animal species is very often seen as an isolated problem debated most intensely between creationists (often from a biblical viewpoint) and evolutionists (atheistic worldview / scientism). As a sort of synthesis from this polarised debate, both parties do agree on the presence of falsified or ‘misinterpreted’ fossil remains of mostly hominids which are classified as an animal species and of which we are part as humans (classified as ‘Homo sapiens‘ since 1758 by Linnaeus).

    It does of course occur counter-intuitive to think of ourselves as animals – at least to my own considerations where we as humans seem quite different from the rest of the animal kingdom. Regardless, the debate on hominids is by modern biology still a question of animal species and in this debate there are known examples of fraudulent species such as the Piltdown Man (Eoanthropus dawsoni) who is not the only species that has been first claimed and then redrawn. The authors of this hoax were no Johnny Doe’s (Dawson, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Arthur Keith, Martin A. C. Hinton, Horace de Vere Cole and Arthur Conan Doyle) which should be somewhat significant, especially as their deceitful behaviour seems to have gone by without any significant repercussions.

    Not long after the Piltdown Man was disclosed to the public and globally promoted, also the USA was destined for fame by the discovery of extreme old ancestry. A single tooth was all required for the scientific community to be all up in flames as the director of the American Museum of Natural History (Henry Fairfield Osborn) in 1922 declared a fossil molar tooth was found in western Nebraska (Snake Brook) to belong to the first higher primate of North America rapidly baptised ‘Hesperopithecus Haroldcookii’.

    The name for this newfound species was derived from ‘Hesperopithecus’ meaning ‘ape of the western world‘ and ‘Haroldcookii’ from the original discoverer of the tooth, rancher and geologist Harold Cook. The discovery was made around ten years after the finding of Piltdown Man, and unfortunately once again heavily mediated on false premises. In 1927 new pieces of the Nabraska Man skeleton (skeleton might be overly optimistic for just one tooth) were discovered that showed that the tooth belonged to an extinct species of a wild American animal called Prosthennops – a prehistoric pig found only in the fossil record with an estimated age of 11 to 13 million years (Serravallian age).

    The invalidation of the Hesperopithecus haroldcooki species was much less publisized than it’s discovery which is largely how animal species missteps and Paleontological sketchyness is protected from scrutiny. Nevertheless, the same museums and researchers implied in such fraudulent (or ‘incompetent’ in the eyes of science) still promote the next big discovery that might not rely on any better knowledge, methods nor proof – only no-one really investigate the investigators of course and even ‘mishappenings’ such as the Nebraska Man equally seem to play in favour of the extreme antiquity and inexhaustible number of species script – replacing a 3-5 million year old ape-man tooth in favour of a an even older pig fossil (10-13 million years).

    Prosthennops mural from the Smithsonian Museum
    Prosthennops mural from the Smithsonian Museum

    #851788
    UNreal
    UNreal
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    Animal Species Hoax : Archaeoraptor
    Species : Archaeoraptor liaoningensis Sloan
    Discovered : 1997
    Location : Xiasanjiazi, China
    Scientists : National Geographic Society
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    national geographic archaeoraptor
    November 1999 National Geographic article on the ‘missing link’ fossil Archaeoraptor, which later proved to be a ‘fake’ – with ‘unexpected’ benefits..

    As soon as one comes to terms with Dinosaurs most likely are an elaborate fairy-tale, it soon becomes difficult to know how to classify a fake fake dinosaur fossil. Nevertheless, the recently discovered “feathered” Dinosaur tales coming out of China do nevertheless include an agreed upon “fake” fossil that with much triumph made it into the National Geographic magazine november issue of 1999.

    The story of feathered dinosaurs is by itself interesting as it ties in to how we today consider birds to be evolutionary remnants of dinosaurs and that scientists for a long while have looked for the “missing link” between these species – much reminiscent of humans and great apes.

    The Archaeoraptor fossil was initially found in July 1997 in Xiasanjiazi (China) by farmers that routinely dig shale pits who sold the fossil to illegal dealers for a few dollars. By 1999 the fossil had made its way to Tucson in Arizona where the Blanding Dinosaur Museum (Utah) purchased it for 80,000$. Soon Blanding Museum director Stephen Czerkas was able to constitute an “Archaeoraptor” team as well he made plans to both publish a peer reviewed article and return the “stolen” artefact to China after having the fossil on display in the US for five years.

    Despite some conflicting examination results that tended to indicate the Archaeoraptor fossil was a composite specimen of three to five fossils, National Geographic art editor Christopher Sloan published the material without any peer review – something Science magazine and Nature magazine had already refused to do.

    The article had a significant impact upon it’s release as the “Archaeoraptor Liaoningensis” was presented as the missing link between dinosaurs and birds and the original fossil went on display at the National Geographic Society in Washington.

    Xu Xing and Stephen Czerkas 1999
    Chinese paleontologist Xu Xing from Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology Beijing holds the Archaeoraptor fossil together with Blanding Dinosaur Museum director Stephen Czerkas

    Several paleontoologists were alarmed by the lack of scientific studies and peer reviewed documentation, and new examinations in China by Xu Xing made on the excavation site forced National Geographic to issue a press release only months after their initial article stating the “Archaeoraptor” fossil might be a composite. The fossil was later formally declared a fake by Dr. Timothy Rowe in Nature magazine 2001 where he concluded that several specimens had been used to complete the fossil.

    The storyline of the Archaeoraptor fossil is complex but concludes that the species originally portrayed was in fact fraudulent. A scientifically confirmed case of Animal Species Hoax in other words.

    The scientific community will of course not let any scandal go to vaste, and the numerous intricacies of the falsely assumed Archaeoraptor liaoningensis species were seemingly not completely in vain as the aftermath would show. As the fossil turned out a “composite” of several species, these various specimens are today given various new dinosaur names and even a new genus in the Microraptor – a four-winged dinosaurs with numerous well-preserved 120 million year old fossils from the same site in China as the falsified Archaeoraptor composite. Even the paleontologist is the same – Xu Xing – no doubt an XX man himself and one of the most prolific dinosaur hunters there ever was.

    Chinese paleontologist Xu Xing
    Chinese paleontologist Xu Xing (1969) currently holds the distinction for naming the most dinosaur species


    The first “fake” feathered dinosaur fossil (Archaeoraptor) from 1997


    The first “real” feathered dinosaur fossil (Sinosauropteryx) from 1997

    #851789

    xileffilex
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    Looks suspiciously like a psy-op to cement [sic] the dinosaur hoax together.

    TIM ROWE: I don’t believe this was built by a, a humble Chinese farmer, I believe that this passed through hands of someone in a very privileged scientific position. The specimen was glued together in such a way that there are no duplications of parts and it’s done in a very convincing way, so this is a person that has anatomical knowledge and that knew how to build a skeleton that looked like a real skeleton, so it’s someone that has an academic background and that knew how to construct a clever transitional form.

    TIM ROWE ….I predict that this specimen will play an important role in understanding the history of modern birds.

    NARRATOR: The fake fossil was a commercial fraud but a scientific goldmine. The upper portion was a bird with dinosaur features and the tail was a dinosaur with bird-like characteristics. It was not one, but two creatures showing all the evolutionary characteristics of a missing link.

    TIM ROWE: Both of these specimens are scientifically significant and they were nearly lost to science and two scientifically significant specimens were combined into one deceptive whole in the favour of the greater commercial value of that whole.

    NARRATOR: It may be that we really can now say that dinosaurs evolved into birds and that one of the most important theories in evolution has finally been proved. If that’s true it radically alters our perception of the fate of the dinosaur family.

    source –
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/horizon/2001/dinofooltrans.shtml
    The video is available here

    #851791
    UNreal
    UNreal
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    TIM ROWE: Both of these specimens are scientifically significant and they were nearly lost to science and two scientifically significant specimens were combined into one deceptive whole in the favour of the greater commercial value of that whole.

    Great find @xileffilex

    As the Nebraska Man (above) can witness – a good Palaeontologist only need some teeth to scientifically reconstruct a hole new species. So the commercial logic would actually be the complete opposite of what Dr. Rowe contends. Three to five different new specimens obviously would be worth more than a single one – but hey – don’t let logic get in the way of peer-reviewed commercially sound palaeontology.

    Many Fakeologists and alternative researchers are suspicious of Dinosaurs already without necessarily expecting the whole domain of Palaeontology to be fraudulent also in regards to other species than the 1220 various Dinosaurs that allegedly roamed the earth some hundreds of millions of years ago.

    What we might discover when we investigate the animal kingdom as a whole is that the share number of species – both living and dead – is greatly exaggerated and that not only hominids and dinosaurs have been invented and/or altered, but also other animals and/or variants of such species.

    The giantism that we find in our glorious past is in itself difficult to assert as many of the specimen that decorate our museums are more than troublesome. Were there ever such a thing as a giant hornless rhinoceros (Paraceratherium) 6 metres high ? Todays horned rhinoceros is a mere 2m…

    normal Rhinoceros sizes
    The normal Rhinoceros sizes


    The “historical” Rhinoceros sizes

    The problem with isolating the animal species inconsistencies into just ‘evolution versus creation’ or exclusively as a single species problem (i.e. Dinosaurs) might in fact hide the wider implications of the systematic invention the Elite seems very committed to, and that Museums and movies promote so well. There seems very little logic in that the Elite would restrict themselves to merely inventing Dinosaurs and intermediate fossils of humans. There might be more species and fantastic animals we are yet to discover to be fraudulent, even entirely falsified. Some living “endangered” species might also prove suspicious as only a selected few will ever actually see and encounter such animals as we (the public) have to rely on fossil findings, reconstituted skeletons and official imagery.

    Oz : Zo (direct anagram – the phonetic anagram is ‘Zoo’)

    Animals have of course been popular for a long time but the current form of Zoo’s appeared only in the 1800s with the enlightenment era and public access to these attractions more in the form of entertainment. Most zoological collections or “menageries” were initially reserved for the Royals and their court. The abbreviation “Zoo” as we understand it today only appeared around 1847 when it was used for the Clifton Zoo in Bristol (UK). The expression was later popularised from the song “Walking in the Zoo” by Alfred Vance in 1869.

    While fake Dinosaurs and ‘missing link’ primates might be isolated cases for some, it would be more logical that the Animal Kingdom as a whole is not exactly as shown in our Museums or even Zoo’s as the same professionals that verify and theorise Dinosaurs and Piltdown men also are in charge of verifying all the other animal species known to man. I for one do not believe the London Natural History Museum replaced a “fake” 25m Dinosaur skeleton with a 25m “real” Whale skeleton that look just the same (article here). Giant animals are troublesome in their existence but commercially very attractive.

    There could be a lot of Oz in a Zoo.


    French palaeontologist Jean-Loup Welcomme rediscovered fossils of the giant hornless rhinoceros in Pakistan in the 1990s

    #851822
    UNreal
    UNreal
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    ASH – in the media
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    Not only animals from the fossil record are concerned when it comes to falsification and even species that we are well acquainted with seems to be used deceptively either to embellish size, variety, accomplishments – or out of pure ego, monetary gain and dupers delight by the tricksters responsible.

    It is important to not that the fake specimens mentioned in the article in no way equates with all 52 extant bear species being contrived. On the contrary there might be fewer bear species than claimed. The sizes of the most popular bear species are also in question as bear records from hunting are troublesome and many false bear carcasses are made by hunters who hope to gain fame or fortune.

    Also circus bears are most likely not the real thing – at least there are clearly false acts performed with acrobats in costume in the circus or performance setting – and this tradition seem quite old as no new technology is needed, just skill and a padded bearskin. Again – the motive for a circus to fake an animal act is two-fold : better and more reliable performance & cheaper labour and maintenance costs. Win-win for the stage-craftsmen.

    Article : Shooting Teddybears
    Link : http://allunreal.com/2018/01/shooting-teddybears/

    An exemple of men in suits playing their Ra Be (bear) Act :

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