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FAC 611
"Hidden Histories"
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Live September 14, 2019
Length 2:43:27
Guests seriously?, Fliegenfuerst, Geris
Rollo and Gaia
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FAC 611, Fakeologist Audio Chat, or "Hidden Histories" was a podcast aired on September 14, 2019 for 02:43:27. Participants were new member seriously?, Fliegenfuerst, Geris, Rollo and Gaia. Topics discussed varied from Anatoly Fomenko, """Tartaria""", Tesla Towers, CERN, coltan, Quantum Computing, giants (?), Plan Patagonia, Flat Earth, Concave Earth, Celestial Models, meteorites, asteroids, impact craters on Earth, Nuke Hoax, Chain Reactions, mobile particle accelerators, truth seeking, art (M.C. Escher and Salvador Dalì especially), poison dart frogs, historical narratives, Stonehenge, Dead Sea Scrolls, Tutankhamen's Mask, Tiwanaku, Cusco, Pyramids of Gizeh, Piri Reis map, Waldseemüller map, Alans/Aryans, Asian languages, Mongolian languages, Yuan dynasty, Arctic exploration, Muisca, Frisland, Oera Linda book, Coudenhove-Kalergi-Haushofer Plan, space fakery, topology, way lines, electromagnetism, FRAC 13, FART 42 and more...


Alternative Academic Histories

"Fomenko, A. T.; Fomenko, V. P. and Fomenko,T. G. [2005] (2005). "The authorial invariant in Russian literary texts. Its application: who was the real author of the "Quiet Don"?", History: Fiction or Science?, 425–444. ISBN 2913621066. "[M 1]

Science vs. scientism
Meteorites, asteroids and craters
Art based on Gaia (Escher & Dalì)

Salvador Dalì

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"El cabo de Creus (cabo de Cruces, en castellano: Cap de Creus en catalán) es el punto más oriental de la península ibérica, situado al norte del golfo de Rosas. Es un promontorio abrupto y rocoso de 672 m de altitud que se alza sobre el mar Mediterráneo en el nordeste de España, en la provincia de Gerona. El paraje que lo rodea fue declarado parque natural en 1998 debido a su riqueza geológica.

La fuerza del cabo de Creus en tanto que materia artística, plástica o literaria ha sido fuente de inspiración para escritores y artistas. El gran masturbador :-D , de Salvador Dalí se inspira, según parece, en una roca de cala Cullaré. En su extenso poemario Somni de Cap de Creus ('Sueño de Cabo de Creus'), del poeta Carles Fages de Climent, publicado póstumamente (2003), recrea el tránsito desde paganismo difuso del Ampurdán grecolatino al cristianismo que construye iglesias sobre los fundamentos de los antiguos templos paganos. Eugenio d'Ors, J. V. Foix, Josep Maria de Sagarra o Josep Pla también cayeron bajo el influjo de la fascinación del paisaje mineral del cabo, poblado de formas fantásticas producto de la erosión del mar y el viento.

También ha sido fuente de inspiración para la música con autores y obras como: Jorge Alfredo Sarraute Sánchez: El faroner del Cap de Creus ('El farero del Cabo de Creus', 1989), Música per a cor ('Música para coro'), Rafael Cabrisas (letra) y Joaquim Gay (música): Cap de Creus (sardana), Manel Rius: Cap de Creus (sardana), Dacosta: Cap de Creus (popular).

El paraje fue uno de los escenarios del film The Light at the Edge of the World dirigido por Kevin Billington en 1971 y protagonizado por Yul Brynner y Kirk Douglas, una adaptación de la novela Le phare du bout du monde, de Jules Verne. En el extremo del cabo, más allá del faro, fue construida una torre que tenía que representar el faro llamado del Fin del Mundo, en el archipiélago de Tierra del Fuego (Chile y Argentina), inspiración de la novela, y que fue demolida hace pocos años para restituir al paisaje su aspecto original."[M 2]

Gaia and Art (Dalì)

"Salvador Dalí Desert (Spanish: Desierto Salvador Dalí), also known as Dalí Valley (Valle de Dalí), is an extremely barren valley of southwestern Bolivia, in the Potosí Department. It is entirely contained within the borders of Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve and is characterized by landscapes that resemble surrealist paintings by Salvador Dalí."[M 3]

Oera Linda book[R 1]

"Esta historia es de una sociedad racialmente protectora, con un alto estado de conciencia y de libertad individual basado sobre una moral y un código civil, donde hombres y mujeres eran respetados por sus intrínsecas capacidades. De ellos derivan nuestro conceptos de libertad, nuestro sentido del honor y las bases de nuestro lenguaje que estructuró nuestra manera de pensar."[R 2]

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Nuke Hoax (?)

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One of the most obscure areas where science (and its result; engineering); reality, and scientism (Clownworld narratives) are very hard to separate. On purpose. Most of it is magic and not functional, but until where.

We heard seriously? about mobile particle accelerators and would be good to hear more about that.

The natural radiated areas on Earth we were talking about (especially Brazil and Australia):[M 4]

Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil

"Located in the south-western part of Brazil, the state of Rio de Janeiro is geotectonically contained within a complex structural province that resulted in the amalgamation of the Western Gondwana Paleocontinent.

To undertake an extensive radiological characterization of this complex geological province and investigate the influence of bedrock, soil type and soil chemical-physical characteristics on natural radionuclide levels in soils, 259 surface soil samples were collected that encompassed the main soil types and geological formations throughout the state.

Gamma spectrometry analysis of the samples resulted in median values of 114 Bq.kg-1for 40K, 32 Bq.kg-1 for 226Ra and 74 Bq.kg-1 for 228Ra. The median value for 226Ra was similar to the world median value for soils, the 40K value was well below the worldwide value, and that for 228Ra exceeded the world median value. The intense weathering caused by the high rainfall rates and high temperatures may be responsible for the low levels of 40K in the soils, of which the strongly acidic and clayey soils are markedly K-depleted.

A soil from a high-grade metamorphic rock (granulite) presented the lowest 226Ra (18 Bq.kg-1) content, whereas the highest levels for 226Ra (92 Bq.kg-1) and 228Ra (139 Bq.kg-1) were observed in a young soil enriched in primary minerals (Leptsol). A lowland soil (Gleysol) showed the highest median of 40K (301 Bq.kg-1). Strongly acidic soils tended to present high amounts of 226Ra, and sandy soils tended to contain low levels of 228Ra.

The external radiation dose indicates that the state has a background radiation level within the natural range."[M 5]

Guarapari, Brazil

"Brazilian beaches may be famous for solar radiation (among other things) but strollers on Guarapari‘s pristine white sand shores may want to apply sunscreen to their soles as well.

According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), the sands of Atlantic coast beaches running from north of Rio de Janeiro down to south of Bahia (roughly 500 miles) are naturally radioactive. The source is sand eroded from Monazite, an ore of the naturally radioactive element thorium commonly found in mountains backing the shore.

Radiation levels are highest at Guarapari’s beaches, a popular seasonal tourist attraction, where readings of up to 175 mSv (millisieverts)) per year have been measured. Compare this figure with the current annual safe limit for nuclear workers: 20 mSv a year.

Not coincidentally, Japanese government’s enforced 20 km exclusion zone around the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is also rated at 20 mSv per year."[M 4]

Ramsar, Iran
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"Think 175 mSv’s a walk in the park? We see your Guarapari and raise you a Ramsar – Ramsar, Iran to be exact. This city and county on the southern coast of the Caspian Sea is famous (or should we say, infamous) for having the highest levels of natural background radiation on Earth: 250 mSv per year!

Background radiation levels up to 80 times the world average peak in the city’s Talesh Mahalleh district, where natural hot springs are abundant and limestone sourced from the area is used to make bricks and masonry used in area homes.

Studies on the approximately 2,000 people living in the highest NBR areas show slightly lower rates of lung cancer – an unexpected result considering the elevated levels of radioactive radon gas in their homes. In addition, the population exhibits a significantly higher expression of the CD69 gene responsible for the production of lymphocytes (white blood cells in vertebrate immune systems) and natural killer (NK) cells. Ramsar, by the way, has been known from ancient times as a popular seaside vacation resort featuring medicinal hot springs – folk chemotherapy at its finest!"[M 4]

Paralana Hot Springs, Arkaroola, Australia
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"You'll find the Paralana hot springs inside the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary located in the arid northern Flinders ranges of South Australia but if you’re planning a hike in the area, bring your lead boots… and we don’t mean Led Boots on your MP3 player though a little Jeff Beck goes down easy just about anywhere. Subterranean springs flowing through uranium-rich rocks over 1 billion years old bring radioactive radon and uranium to the surface; hikers are well advised to refill their canteens somewhere else.

Flickr user and photographer Liam.jon_d (Bill Doyle) has posted an exquisite set of images taken during a visit to the Paralana hot springs in April of 2011.

That greenish glow you see isn’t what you might expect: it’s life, thriving between a rock and a hard (radiation) place! So-called “extremophile” blue-green algae flourish in the area’s hot springs, shrugging off water temperatures of up to 62 degrees centigrade heated not by geothermal energy but from radioactive decay."[M 4]

Yangjiang, China

"People living in the town of Yangjiang, located in China’s southern Guangdong province, have traditionally built their homes from bricks made of sand and clay. Trouble is, the sand in the region has eroded from hills containing monazite and once incorporated in bricks and mortar, thorium in the monazite sand continues to decay into radioactive radium, radon and actinium. It’s estimated that residents in the most highly affected areas of Yangjiang live with annual NBR exposures three times the world’s average. A series of studies on people living in Yangjiang’s highest areas of natural background radiation dating back to 1970 indicated the mortality of residents from cancer was at or lower than that of residents in control groups living in areas with average exposure. Researchers believe that chronic exposure to higher than average radiation levels may have triggered an adaptive response mechanism that offers some protection from noted debilitating effects of radioactivity. The aforementioned info may or may not influence your decision to visit Yangjiang’s highly regarded hot springs resort."[M 6]

Karunagappally, India

"Karunagappally, a municipality in the Kollam district of Kerala, southwestern India, has been occupied since ancient times and as of the year 2001 had a population of approximately 610,000. Though today the region’s minerals are being exploited by rare earth metal mining operations, some of those minerals (monazite to be exact) have been eroding into beach sand and alluvial deposits for millions of years. A 2009 study of background radiation and cancer incidence in Kerala conducted by the Regional Cancer Center in Trivandrum, Kerala, India concluded that “In site-specific analysis, no cancer site was significantly related to cumulative radiation dose. Leukemia was not significantly related to HBR, either.”"[M 6]

See also





  1. Saved from the Flood ~ Oera Linda Studies
  2. "Oera Linda" on Spanish Metapedia (blacklisted by Wiki software!)