posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 08:45 PM
I think that many maybe close to the truth about why these images have disappeared. I don't believe that it is a conspiracy to hide the evidence of a
particular story, I would say that it is more a general desire to hide anything that raises questions outside of the norm. I have always been
fascinated by these standouts and have been following the alternative history advocates for years. The one thing that always stands out is
The most recent is the staggeringly ancient forest in Austrailia. Several years ago a hiker discovered in the remote outback that there was a Jurassic
"forest" still happily growing in near total isolation.
I mention this story not because there is a coverup (yet) but because the information is extremely limited. I first heard of this when the discovery
was made, then nothing for years. When it popped up again in the last couple of years it was only to say that the Aussie government had passed a law
preventing the release of the location, then it disappeared again.
In the link there is a description of the tree, admission of leaves being brought back for study, even a disciption of a sprouted seed (implying that
there has been subsequent trips for collection).
No pics though...and I have tried.
This discovery, as mentioned in the posted link as well, raises the natural question of what else is there still undiscovered? To go a step further,
if a small forest can survive for millions of years past it's expiration date, then how much do we really know about our world?
The second question, in my opinion, is the reason why information on these types of stories disappears. If all this info was allowed to accumilate
then after a century or two there would so much of it out there that people would start to seriously question what is going on. Deletion means that it
lives on only the memories of a few wingnuts who can never prove the things they remember.
The last thing anyone in power wants is questions, mysteries are fine: they can polarize a mystery. Questions demand answers and the longer the answer
is withheld the more forceful the questions become.
[edit on 5-8-2009 by [davinci]]