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200 Mn Years Old Giant Foot Print Discovered In South Africa

200 Mn Years Old Giant Foot Print Discovered In South Africa

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We all remember the South African Indiana Jones and his life discoveries but this time he has taken a step deep in south African forest Author, Researcher, Scientist, and Explorer Michael Tellinger often called Indiana Jones’ of the South Africa shows off that what could be one of the best pieces of proof that there were once giants living on Earth long time ago.

Geologists have been wondering at this giant foot-print in rough granite, about 4 feet long as compare to man. Some Geologists still say that it is natural erosion pattern, but for now it is hard to say anything.

Professor Pieter Wagener
from UPE (Universal Primary Education) suggest that “there is higher possibility of little green men came from space and licking it out with his tongues, than its may create by natural erosion”. It’s located in South Africa, near town of Mpaluzi, close to Swaziland border.

It’s approximately between 200 million to 3 Billion years old because of our current understanding and studies of the formation of granites in Earth’s history. This dating directly causes great debate and argument.

It can be described as a “phenocrystic” granite, OR Fat porphyritic granite that face several different stages of cooling. The result being an interesting and amazing mixture of small and large granules. This is the reason that granite organizations are keen to mine this area for granite, because its look really pretty when polished.

In the official Geology Of South Africa, this outcrop is called Mpuluzi Batholith (Granite) and the official dating of this stone created dates of around 3.1 billion years.

This is a genuine riddle that needs close logical examination. I've incorporated a moment video underneath, so you can hear more about it. On the off chance that you need much more, try to do some examination into Michael's work. Quite a bit of it is really mind blowing, particularly with regards to antiquated Stone Circles and what are accepted to be Annunaki gold mines.

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