A sorozat 75 millió év leghitelesebb UFO bizonyítékait vizsgálja a Földön. Felkutatja, hogy miket hagyhattak maguk után a földön kívüliek, és hogyan alakíthatták világunkat. Hogyan hozhattak létre több ezer évvel ezelőtt gigászi építményeket, hogyan mozgathattak hatalmas, 1000 tonnát is meghaladó kőtömböket és hogyan munkálhatták meg őket "sebésziö pontossággal, az akkori technikával? Lehet-e valós alapja a régi mondáknak, bibliai eseményeknek? Írni, olvasni nem tudó népek honnan szereztek olyan fejlett csillagászati információkat, amikről a fejlett tudománynak is csak pár évtizede van tudomása?
Futó sorozat 2010.04 - 2019.07 | 60 perc @History, US
Robert Clotworthy (Narrator),
Dráma Sci-fi Történelmi
Has Antarctica served as a home base for extraterrestrial visitors to Earth for thousands of years? As human exploration of the frozen continent increases, are we about to come face to face with both the ruins of an ancient advanced civilization buried under the ice–and perhaps even aliens that still inhabit the frozen continent to this day?
Satellite images have revealed a giant face that appears to be carved into the Earth in Alberta, Canada, which has now become known far and wide as "The Badlands Guardian." Could it be part of a cosmic communication system? One that when deciphered will link our planet to its extraterrestrial origins?
Did aliens from the tiny star Sirius B visit humans in the distant past, imparting the knowledge of civilization to peoples thousands of miles apart? And did they leave behind a vital clue in the form of a word that's embedded in languages all over the globe?
Lurking in our oceans are creatures that defy explanation. Octopuses that can edit their own DNA. Animals that can regenerate their entire brain. Jellyfish that can literally live forever. Were they delivered to Earth by extraterrestrial beings? Might our oceans be acting as a giant petri dish for alien genetic experimentation?
When Spanish Conquistadors obliterated the historical record of the Maya in the 16th century, did they wipe out evidence that ancient people traveled to the Americas from all over the world--and in flying craft provided by extraterrestrial visitors?
The question of whether people from the British Isles reached America is almost as old as the European colonization of the Americas after Columbus. John Dee, for example, helped promote the idea that the Welsh prince Madoc colonized America, all part of his scheme to justify British colonization by alleging that it predated Columbus and the Spaniards. In the late 1700s and early 1800s, claims of Irish or Celtic explorations of the Americas became popular as precedent for the then-current mass migration of Irish people to the Americas. In the nineteenth century, Eugène Beauvois brought the theme to its racist climax when he argued in a series of papers—on the flimsiest of evidence—that the Irish had not only colonized the Americas before Columbus but also converted the Natives from Mexico to Hudson's Bay to Catholicism and civilized the lot of them, until the Natives' savage natures undid their hard work. When challenged that the "true" discoverers of America might be Norse rather than Irish, he nonchalantly replied that it didn't matter because the answer "will always be European." Adding aliens to the mix doesn't really change the underlying racist origins of the ideas under discussion in this episode.
Utoljára frissítve: 2019.07.21