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Mermaids are RealTim King Salem-News.com
A team of NOAA researchers proved that mermaids exist, then the police came and seized their research, but it was too late to stop the scientific revelation.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - The title of this article is quite a claim, I only went with it because mermaids are now a proven, scientific fact.
It isn't surprising to learn that mermaids have been depicted by human beings for hundreds of years, the theory is that millions of years ago, the human species developed or evolved, into a water creature, still resembling a human being, still retaining much of the human structure, but with a recessed skull for enhanced audio ability and a fin in place of legs.
Surprisingly, these are well photographed and videotaped, and a team of scientists working out of the USA and South Africa recovered the carcass of one that had been eaten by a great white shark.
The team pieced the remains together, completed a skull reconstruction, and found the same creature that had been depicted for a very long time.
PT Barnum had one back in the 1800's, in fact he had several, but most were monkey heads sewn onto fish carcasses, but one of the mermaids is a match for the one recently discovered by scientists.
The PT Barnum museum burned to the ground, July 13th 1865, in one of the worst fires in New York history, two days before opening. PT Barnum's collection of so-called mermaids all went up in flames.
One of the scientists deeply involved in this research, Dr Paul Robertson, says the creature Barnum had is, "unbelievably similar to the remains we found." Newly located photos of the carcass have emerged showing the same details.
One of the most interesting parts to this, is the fact that the mermaids use spears to catch fish, they apparently have arms, heads and upper bodies very similar to human beings, but with larger eyes for low light.
This is far from new information for fishermen. Creatures resembling mermaids have been caught in nets, they have approached submarines, (all on video and verified) and one washed up on a beach in Washington and for all intents and purposes, attacked a teenage boy, again on video.
What it is really about, is U.S. Navy sonar testing. The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) team learned that the Navy was almost certainly behind mass beachings of whale packs, one of which had a bizarre element; the whales, each one of several dozen, had blood flowing from their ears, something researchers had not encountered in the past. The hook is that they had monitoring computers on the ocean floor, and were able to conclusively prove that the U.S. Navy did indeed set off sonar waves that would have spelled the end for the whales. Along with the beached whales, were reports of dolphins, and mermaids. I'm not making this up.
In Mermaids, a Body Found, you see footage from the Israeli coastline at the town of Kiryat Yam, of a mermaid sitting on a rock along the shoreline, the mayor of that town has a standing million dollar reward for anyone who can prove the existence of mermaids.
Mermaids, a Body Found
The governments of Greenland and Iceland are part of the effort to suppress this information, along with the Americans and the South Africans. I believe this documentary is beyond shocking and startling, and it demonstrates the integrity of government agencies like the NOAA, and underscores the dubious, criminal nature of the U.S. Navy's environmental approach, which is close to not having one at all.
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With almost 25 years of experience on the west coast and worldwide as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor, Tim King is Salem-News.com's Executive News Editor. His background includes covering the war in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, and reporting from the Iraq war in 2008. Tim is a former U.S. Marine who follows stories of Marines and Marine Veterans; he's covered British Royal Marines and in Iraq, Tim embedded with the same unit he served with in the 1980's.
Tim holds awards for reporting, photography, writing and editing from traditional mainstream news agencies like The Associated Press and Electronic Media Association; he also holds awards from the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, the Oregon Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs; and was presented with a 'Good Neighbor Award' for his reporting, by the The Red Cross.
Tim's years as a Human Rights reporter have taken on many dimensions; he has rallied for a long list of cultures and populations and continues to every day, with a strong and direct concentration on the 2009 Genocide of Tamil Hindus and Christians in Sri Lanka. As a result of his long list of reports exposing war crimes against Tamil people, Tim was invited to be the keynote speaker at the FeTNA (Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America) Conference in Baltimore, in July 2012. This is the largest annual gathering of North American Tamils; Tim addressed more than 3000 people and was presented with a traditional Sri Lanka ‘blessed garland’ and a shawl as per the tradition and custom of Tamil Nadu
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