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15,000,000,000 BC- 60,000,000 BC offers surprising facts and possibilities regarding the beginnings and underpinnings of our Universe and World.
Earth's First Lost Civilization? Could a truly alien race have evolved on Earth as long ago as 600 million BC? If so, what might have been its fate?
59,999,999 BC- 51,000 BC examines the more interesting elements of the transition from ape to human, and other matters.
Our aquatic stage? Approximately 5,000,000 BC: Earth possibly suffers a 'cosmic ray' winter for thousands of years; human ancestors are walking upright on two legs (and consequently gain the power of imitative speech)...
Left and right Approximately 200,000 BC- 50,000 BC: Various hominids are living in small, roaming groups; the majority of humanity has become righthanded
50,999 BC-10,001 BC offers much concerning the possibilities of prehistoric lost civilizations (some of which is quite surprising and backed up by considerable scientific finds).
Could we eventually uncover a lost civilization on the sunken portions of the southeast asian peninsula? And if so, what might it have been like in its heyday? By around 25,125 BC the lowlands of the greater southeast asian peninsula had arisen from the sea, exposed by declining sea levels of the Ice Age.
What Could Have Been: A Lost Civilization in Southeast Asia, 25,125 BC- 13,875 BC An advanced civilization emerges on the lowlands of the greater southeast asian peninsula, rapidly develops technologies rivaling that of the 20th and 21st centuries, then splinters in civil war. The more advanced faction decimates the other with nuclear weapons, then finds itself drowned by rising sea levels not long after, due to the end of the Ice Age. More than 14,000 years later there will remain negligible evidence that the civilization ever existed at all.
10,000 BC-2,001 BC covers the transition of humanity from a world with much greater land mass to that we know today (huge regions were drowned by rising sea levels and inland waterways between 15,000 BC and 3,000 BC).
2,000 BC-1,800 AD and 1,801 AD-1,990s AD provide a look at our most recent progress from barely constrained predatory animals to civilized beings (alas, we seem to easily lose the veneer of civilization even today; witness the ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia and elsewhere around the turn of the millennium).
Mayan X Approximately 780 AD - 900 AD: An unusual member of the Mayan elite helps lead his nation into ruin to serve his own ends
The Crevicular Continuum There is a vast subterranean world hidden deep in the Earth, much of which is apparently teeming with life of various sorts.
10,000 BC-1,990s AD: Bigfoot Legends and myths from the ancient past of a rare and mysterious humanoid race sharing Earth with humanity continue to endure-- with the help of periodic reports of sightings and bits of intriguing (but inconclusive) evidence for the matter