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There may be an ancient Earth inside the Earth

A team of scientists at Harvard University believes they have found evidence that there is an ancient Earth within our planet. The team believes that a previously unexplained isotopic relationship from deep within the Earth could be a signal of the material before our world collided with another body the size of a planet, which led to the creation of the Moon. This could be an echo of an ancient Earth that existed 4,500 million years ago, before the proposed collision.

The current favored theory says that the Moon was formed 4.5 billion years ago when the Earth collided with a mass the size of Mars, nicknamed “Theia”. This theory states that the heat generated by the collision would have melted the entire planet before some of the debris splintered to create the Moon.

But now, the Harvard team, led by Associate Professor Sujoy Mukhopadhyay, believes they have found evidence that only part of the Earth melted and that an old part still exists within the mantle of the planet.

According to Professor Mukhopadhyay: “The energy released by the impact between Earth and Theia would have been enormous, certainly enough to melt the entire planet. But we believe that the impact energy was not distributed evenly throughout the ancient Earth. This means that a large part of the impacted hemisphere would probably have vaporized completely, but the opposite hemisphere would have been partially protected, and would not have completely melted. ”

The team analyzed the proportions of noble gas isotopes from deep within the Earth’s mantle and compared the results with the isotope ratios closest to the surface. They found that the ratio of 3He to 22Ne from the shallow mantle is significantly higher than the equivalent ratio within the mantle.
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Professor Mukhopadhyay commented: “This implies that the last giant impact did not completely mix the mantle and there was not an entire ocean mantle of magma.”

More evidence comes from the analysis of the relationship of 129-Xenon to 120-Xenon. The material that reaches the surface from the deep mantle has a lower proportion than is normally found near the surface. Because 129-xenon is produced by the radioactive decay of 129-iodine, the isotopes locate the age of formation of the ancient mantle section within the first 100 million years of Earth’s history.

“The geochemistry indicates that there are differences between the isotope ratios of noble gases in different parts of the planet, and these must be explained. The idea that a very disruptive collision of the Earth with another body the size of a planet, the largest event in the geological history of our planet, was not completely fused and homogenized, challenges some of our notions about the formation of planets and the energy of giant impacts. “If the theory is correct, we may be seeing echoes of the ancient Earth, from a moment before the collision,” said Professor Mukhopadhyay.

A Russian television channel is reportedly producing a series to challenge HBO’s Chernobyl

Moscow Times, writer Ilya Shepelin states director Aleksei Muradov is working with Russian network NTV on its own Chernobyl programme.

There is a theory that the Americans had infiltrated the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and many historians do not deny that on the day of the explosion an agent of the enemy’s intelligence services was present at the station.

Shepelin states the competing series will not present the same conclusions as Craig Mazin‘s drama: that a combination of reckless individual actions and the unchecked pride of the Soviet political system led to the explosion of a faulty nuclear reactor in the former Soviet Ukraine. Craig Mazin, the creator of the HBO series, famously obsessed over minor details such as shoelaces and telephones, and adopted first-hand accounts of survivors to authentically recreate the Soviet Union of the 1980s.

NTV’s Chernobyl, filmed in Belarus, takes far more liberties. A description of the show says that the plot revolves around a CIA agent dispatched to Pripyat to gather intelligence on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the Russian counterintelligence agent sent to track him down. If it sounds like fiction, that’s because it is. But the director, Alexey Muradov, said the show “will tell viewers about what really happened back then”.

Sky Original’s Chernobyl was dismissed as a “caricature” in Russia by pro-Kremlin media who said “only we have the right to talk about our history”, according to the Moscow Times. There’s no air date for the series but it’ll be broadcast on state-funded station NTV, known for its pro-Kremlin programming. It received 30 million ($460,000) in funding from the culture ministry, the outlet said.

One child policy in China

In late 1970s, due to the widespread poverty, then Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping viewed the Chinese population under his rule as a huge burden, instead of a productive force. A big decision was made overnight, by a few high-rank Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials, that each Chinese couple can only have one child, in their entire lives.

The policy was firmly implemented with little mercy. At its peak, there was a competition among some Chinese counties on how tightly the local CCP leader could control his/her people, so that there would be no newborn baby at all — in the entire county (in China, each county typically has a half to 1 million people). The record was 100 days.

CCP members put out propaganda slogans in villages and towns: a single “redundant” baby, all neighbors tube-tied. So everyone has to spy his/her neighbors.
One child policy in China

Some young couples had the courage to escape from their home towns and managed to have more than 1 kids. They usually lived difficult lives. Pop songs and stand up comedy shows were mass-produced and widely broadcasted, under the direction of CCP Department of Propaganda, to encourage citizens to discriminate these “excessively fertile rogues”.

It was reported that 200,000,000 to 300,000,000 babies were “efficiently prevented” this way.

In November 2013, following the Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, China announced the decision to relax the one-child policy. Under the new policy, families could have two children if one parent, rather than both parents, was an only child.

The truth? In the past 30 years, the ENTIRE China enjoyed a 50%-DINK structure, which greatly helped her economical growth — for this generation. But now, China is heading to a severely aging population, at a dangerous speed.

White Coke – Colourless Version of Coca-Cola

After the end of the Second World War, the esteemed Soviet commander Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov met with his American counterpart, Dwight D. Eisenhower, for talks over the division of Germany.

During this conference, Zhukov was introduced to Coca-Cola and immediately took a strong liking to it. However, he was reluctant, especially as a Marshal of the Soviet Union, to be identifying himself with American ideals in the form of Coca-Cola, so he made an interesting request.

Would the Americans be so kind as to make Coca-Cola without colouring, as to identify as vodka, a very Russian beverage?

Another American general, Mark Clark, sent Zhukov’s request to the Coca-Cola company, which replied to the affirmative, and with the endorsement of President Truman, created a colourless version of Coca-Cola. This version was sent to the Soviet marshal in special bottles sealed with a white cap and stamped with a Soviet red star.

Thus, this was how the quintessential “Western” drink ironically made its way into the top of Russian leadership during the very beginnings of what would soon become the Cold War, and also how White Coke came about.

East Germany still exists. In North America

There was an island that Fidel Castro, the socialist leader of Cuba, decided to give to East Germany as a gift. It was renamed Ernst Thalmann Island. When the treaty reuniting Germany was signed, it was never mentioned.

”Oh my god, this is terrible” you’re probably thinking. “There’s an uninhabited island that technically is East Germany. Who is going to fight off this communist island?”

Well, although America isn’t doing anything, not to fear, because the Republic of Molossia, with its 6 proud residents, are fighting them. You can even donate to buy war bonds to help end the fight against communist East Germany.