A global catastrophe froze Greenland in the 17th century

A global catastrophe froze Greenland in the 17th century
A global catastrophe froze Greenland in the 17th century

Greenland was inhabited and free of ice about 500 years ago, but in the 17th century, around the 1650s, a kind of global catastrophe occurred as a result of which the whole world changed, and Greenland ended up under a layer of ice. What happened 370 years ago?

The study of the artifacts left over from real history always leads to one conclusion - the modern chronology of the history of human civilization is a lie. All these "millions of years ago" and "hundreds of thousands of years ago" are lies. The world was very different relatively recently in the 17th century. It was not just not what it is now presented in the "official history", it was a completely different world inhabited by completely different races.

Plant people, giants, gnomes, elves, mermaids, earth and sea dragons, pegasus and unicorns, and judging by the artifacts, the world was not divided into many small states, but it was a kind of unified society governed from one center.

Engravings depicting the celebrations organized in Paris on April 5, 6, 7, 1612 at the Place Royale (now Place des Vosges) in honor of the announcement of the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, Madame Elisabeth and Philippe, most widely represent the population of the world at that time.

In July 1942, the Lost Squadron, consisting of two B-17 bombers and six P-38 fighters, landed on a remote Greenland glacier. They were found only in 1988, and one aircraft was raised in 1992.

For decades, Greenland's ice has buried the aircraft known as the Lost Squadron under 81 to 91 meters of ice

Fifty years later, in 1992, one of the P-38s was recovered from the ice and restored to flying condition: the Glacier Girl.

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After doing a little googling, I found this article published in 1992. It contains some information that I think may be related to our research.

Ice cores and the age of the Earth

It is often read that ice cores from the polar regions contain records of climate change from the distant past. Research teams from the United States, the Soviet Union, Denmark and France drilled holes about 2 km deep in the ice near the poles and took samples for analysis in their laboratories.

Based on flow models, changes in oxygen isotopes, the concentration of carbon dioxide in trapped air bubbles, the presence of oxygen isotopes, the concentration of acid and particulate matter, they believe that the lowest layers of ice sheets were laid over 160,000 years ago

Can this data be considered correct?

These data indicate a tampering and a change in the dating of events in the history of the Earth.

The longer ages indicated for the lower layers of the ice sheets are dependent on the assumed climate patterns of the past and are not the result of direct layer counts.

Based on the information that we got from the story of the "lost squadron", we get some pretty interesting calculations. And this mathematics allows us to seriously doubt the veracity of the dating of all events.

  • The planes were discovered in 1988 under a layer of ice about 250 feet thick.
  • Planes landed 46 years before they were found
  • 250 feet / 46 years = 5.4 feet of ice per year
  • 4,000 or 5,000 feet of Greenland average ice thickness / 5.4 feet per year = 740 to 925 years

Thus, we get a more or less real time for the formation of the ice sheet in Greenland.

It is between 740 and 925 years old

Obviously, this is a rough estimate, as the rate of ice accumulation could have been much higher during the so-called Little Ice Age.

The Little Ice Age was a cooling period following the medieval warming. Although this was not a true ice age, the term was coined into the scientific literature by François E. Mattes in 1939. It is conventionally defined as the period from the 16th to the 19th century, but some experts prefer an alternative time period from about 1300 to 1850

Of course, this is a rough estimate, since I have too little data - real, and not manipulated by "scientists" to please the established chronology of events. Therefore, 740 years may well turn into 400 or 300 years, but they cannot turn into 160,000 years, it is simply not possible in principle!

What happened in the 1650s of the 17th century? Let's continue looking for the truth …

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