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Tristan    302
Tristan

[MEntity]:  Yes, Peter.

[PeterK]:  My question is a bit long, but here goes ...

In a transcript from 27 Jan 1974, Michael briefly addressed the genesis of the Sahara desert in connection with a matter-antimatter rocket propulsion system that launched a payload into orbit in order to repair the damaged hull of an interstellar ship. I would like further explanation of this event. I am particularly interested in when this event occurred, the reason it caused formation of the Sahara desert, and engineering details of the matter-antimatter rocket propulsion system.

[MEntity]:  This event occurred approximately 6,000 BCE and was related to a rescue mission, so to speak. The hull of the transport ship would not allow for further traveling without repairs, so those who were involved were required to land and collect materials/fuel for the repairs. This did not go as smoothly as had been anticipated, and the scouting vessel that landed was also damaged.

[MEntity]:  The materials gathered for the hull repair were a mix of metals and crystals that this species could combine into a soft, flexible material to allow for repairs.

[MEntity]:  When this load of materials were ready to launch, and the scouting ship had been damaged, a "make shift" matter-antimatter solution was pulled together.

[MEntity]:  Though another scouting ship could have potentially helped to relieve this scenario, the weather was particularly inclement and too dangerous to risk another damaged vessel.

[MEntity]:  The propulsion system will be difficult for us to describe through this channel, but it involved a spiraling of magnetic coils of copper combined with their own storage/resource of antimatter that could then be activated as propulsion.  This allowed for a shaky ascent and then interception of the materials.  Those who were grounded had to wait for the repairs and for a window of weather that would allow for safer transport.

[MEntity]:  What they did not realize was that this magnetic/anti-matter blast would generate a cascading effect that would shift the dynamic of atmosphere and Sun over great distances.

[MEntity]:  The disruption of magnetic fields was due to the make-shift propulsion system that would normally have been carefully contained and utilized any other time.

[MEntity]:  Anti-matter "spilled" out, if you will, and the effects could not be contained.

[PeterK]:  Thank you very much.

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Christian    280
Christian

An environmental accident. 

Ooops??

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Tristan    302
Tristan

https://forums.undeadlabs.com/threads/mystery-of-the-sahara-desert-glass.30210/

 

 

this is an article about specimens of glass scattered across a section of the Libian desert. The biggest theory is that they were formed from a meteorite air burst. But meteorite glass is usually black, the Sahara glass was formed using very very high heat. One of king tuts necklace is made from this glass. 

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John Roth    344
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There are two different things there. The fact that the Sahara was a grassland until it began to dry out about 8000 years ago is quite well known and accepted; there are even dry river beds and lakes that have been charted. There is even a fairly well respected theory that the ancestors of the ancient Egyptians moved into the Nile valley when the Sahara began to dry up.

 

This is apparently a periodic phenomenon that's linked with weather conditions farther east; the area that connects Africa and the Far East shifts between passable and impassable at long intervals; there's a theory that this is what controls the various "out of Africa" events in prehistory.

 

Those bits of glass could have been caused by a meteor or by something else. I suspect that we now have sufficient analytical capability to figure out whether or not they're meteoric.

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