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When was a golden age on the Earth?

Трудно найти хотя бы двух человек, которые ответят на этот вопрос одинаково. Одни сопоставляют «золотой век» с античной эпохой, другие считают, что он отвечал периоду расцвета мифической Атлантиды, третьи связывают его с жизнью первых людей в раю. Столь же неопределенно звучит и ответ на вопрос, был ли «золотой век» на всей земле или в какой-то ее части. В чем кроется причина этого? Почему ученые, отправляющие космические корабли на другие планеты и получающие прекрасные изображения спутников Юпитера, Сатурна и Нептуна, отстоящие на несколько миллиардов километров от Земли, не могут проникнуть в казалось бы не так уж далекое прошлое Земли? В связи с чем мнения ученых об этом прошлом так сильно разнятся? (read more...)

Paleocene-Eocene - the Golden Age of (Humanity) Mankind (P.Oleksenko's translation) 

From the beginning of the Paleocene epoch (65,5 million years ago) up to the end of the Eocene epoch of the Paleogene period (34 million years ago) there was not any glaciation on our planet and high temperature of air was characteristic both for tropical widths, and for subpolar areas. According to paleobotanic researches at that time palm trees, mango trees, avocado, laurels and other evergreen plants grew in Arctic regions (and in Antarctica too), and by the most conservative estimations average annual temperature in the polar widths (both northern, and southern) was from +10 +15°C to +15 +20°C, and water temperature of the Arctic ocean was not less than +15 + 18°C. According to the results of drilling of underwater Lomonosov ridge in the Arctic ocean by the Arctic Coring Expedition in 2004-2006, the average annual temperature in Arctic regions around the pole was even essentially above - nearby +25°C, and water temperature was from +18 to +25°C (read more...)

The rest works of this section were translated by LA Fitzpatrick, the USA

The Paleocene-Eocene - the Golden Age of Humanity (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
During the Paleocene and Eocene epochs (66-34 million years ago) there were no glaciations on Earth and the highest temperatures were similar in both tropical regions and polar regions ... In the "Golden Age" of the planet, all year long there grew lush grasses, flowers, berries, grains, vegetables and fruits, which gave several harvests each year providing a full bounty for the inhabitants of the time ... Earth did not have the change of day and night we are accustomed to, and in the blue sky the sun always shined. Everywhere on the planet there was a warm and humid climate and nowhere were there drought and frosts to be found. There were no heat waves  (read more...)

Earth in the Paleocene and Eocene - analogue of Saturn, Jupiter and Uranus? Was there over the water-steam shell of the Earth a system of rings?

В работе «Земля в раннем палеогене и планета Уран - близнецы, братья!? К каким неожиданным выводам можно прийти на стыке астрономии, геологии и фольклора» я сопоставил Землю в палеоцене и эоцене с планетой Уран, предположив, что на Уране и других планетах-гигантах может быть жизнь, сосредоточенная на внутренней железо-каменной планете (планетах) размером с Землю или чуть больше нее, находящейся (находящихся) под воздушным слоем (слоями) и водно-паровой оболочкой (оболочками) выше него (них), составляющей верхний, облачный, слой (слои) Урана (других планет-гигантов), вращающийся независимо от внутренней планеты (планет). Оба сделанных мной предположения нашли неожиданное подтверждение в работе Дж. О.Кифа (John O’Keefe) и его последователей, которые считают, что, по крайней мере, в конце эоцена Земля была окружена системой колец, как у Сатурна, Юпитера и Урана (read more...)

Location of continents and oceans in the Paleogene (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
Let's try to reconstruct how Earth looked during the Paleocene and Eocene epochs (about 60-40 million years ago), when Earth was experiencing a "golden age" and was inhabited by a highly organized race of "white gods" and the “serpent people”. Under existing paleo-geodynamic and paleo-geographic reconstructions, the planet back then had six continents - Eurasia with North America (read more...)

Hyperborea

The Arctic basin in the Paleogene (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)

The Arctic Ocean in its present form did not exist in the Paleocene and early Eocene epochs, even though the deep parts of the individual sea basins (Canadian, Makarov, Amundsen and Nansen Basins) did already exist. The far northland was covered with subtropical and tropical vegetation. It was a distinct continent - separate from the shallower elevated areas of the Northern European and Greenland continental shelves (modern Greenland, Norwegian, Barents and North Seas and much of Northern Europe and the European part of Russia), from Asia and the West Siberian sea pool (now Kara Sea, Laptev Sea, West Siberian Plain), and from North America (Canada and Alaska) and Chukotka - Canadian sea pool (read more...)

The Seventh Continent - Hyperborea (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)

There were probably some small isolated shallow marine basins surrounding the  seventh Continent of Hyperborea located in present-day Europe and North America. In all likelihood, this seventh continent was the mysterious continent that Herodotus called Hyperborea in his "History". The famous cartographer Gerhard Mercator, in his 1554 map of Hyperborea, located it right in the middle of the Artic Ocean. If we compare this old map with a map of the present-day bottom topography of the Arctic Ocean, Hyperborea would have been found in what is now the deepest central part of that ocean (north of 77-78 ° N) (read more...)

Hyperborea – Where was it and what did it look like?
(L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
Let's try to recover from the relief and geological structure of the Arctic Ocean and adjacent land areas, where Hyperborea was located. Let us first tentatively assume the Hyperborea map by G. Mercator is correct. This map shows much similarity to the modern contours of the northern coasts of Europe and eastern Siberia, Alaska and Canada, as well as ice-free Greenland, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Novaya Zemlya, Franz Josef Land, and in the middle of all these land masses in the middle of the Arctic Sea is Hyperborea, which is divided by rivers into four large islands and is bounded on all sides by a ring of mountains. This shape and location of Hyperborea almost certainly indicates that it existed until the early Oligocene epoch (34 million years ago)  (read more...)

The White island (Beliy ostrov), "high gobi civilization" and Jambudvipa (Hyperborea)
(L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
According to Indian legends of Svetadvipa or The White Island, long ago when the continents looked very different, and the north pole was not located where it is now, on the site of today's Gobi Desert (Mongolia and North China) gardens bloomed around a land-locked inner sea. Central to this was the White Sea Island where there was a highly developed "Gobi" civilization "founded by a mysterious race of white people, Caucasian in appearance. Its founders came here after a catastrophic change in the world and before another disaster which some researchers have linked to the destruction of Atlantis. The "High Gobi Civilization" was established by the elite descendants of the “Immortals” and was a repository of the great knowledge left to them by their ancestors. This knowledge was contained in a "time capsule" in an artificial cave system on the White Island. Subsequently, the direct descendants of the "Solar Dynasty" became the progenitors of all people living in this era (read more...)


"Golden Age" - 30 million years of peaceful coexistence of people and snakemen

На протяжении «золотого века», в течение тридцати с лишним миллионов лет, на Земле существовали две разные расы. Одна – высокоразвитая раса белых людей - жила на находящемся в северных полярных широтах континенте Гиперборея. Другая – не менее высокоразвитая раса змеелюдей – обитала на других континентах, расположенных в более южных широтах (Северная и Южная Америка, Африка, Азия, Австралия). Между ними не было ничего общего. Жители Гипербореи – назовем их адитьями или гипербореями - были похожи на нас. В преданиях отмечается, что они были светлокожими, светловолосыми, носили бороды, но были более высокими  (read more...)

What did the rest of Earth look like? (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
As it separated during the middle Cretaceous (110 million years ago) from Antarctica, Hindustan rapidly (at a rate of 9.10 cm per year) moved to the north and in the early Eocene (55 million years ago), it came into contact with the margin of Eurasia . The collision between these two land masses was a long, slow process. It increased significantly in the late Eocene (about 40 million years ago), and then again in the early Miocene (18-20 million years ago). Compression between the two continental blocks lasted for most of the Oligocene epoch and Neogene period only. It continues today   (read more...)

Sacred geography - geography of the "Golden Age" (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)

The reconstructed location of continents and oceans in the Paleocene and Eocene time (66-34 million years ago) matches quite well with the geography of the ancient world ("sacred geography") described in several ancient Indian texts ("Vishnu Purana", "Bhagavata Purana", " Yoga Sutra ',' Vyasa Bhashya " and others), the sacred book of the Zoroastrians 'Avesta' and Buddhist scriptures. According to these sources, the writings of which generally derive from somewhere between the second millennium BC and the first millennium AD, the ancient world in which demigods (Adityas) and the serpent people lived consisted of the seven continents and the seven oceans  (read more...)

The climate of the Paleogene (65.5 - 23 million years ago) (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
According to the existing paleoclimatic reconstructions, the beginning of the Paleogene (65.5 million years ago) was characterized by global cooling. This cooling off period was significant, but short-lived, and was caused by a sharp decline in the incoming solar radiation on the Earth because the atmosphere is shrouded in dust, ash and soot from fires. After this cooling in the early Paleogene period, there was a rapid and dramatic warming. According to various researchers, during the Paleocene epoch of the Paleogene period (66-58 million years ago), the entire arctic area enjoyed a warm temperate - subtropical climate and the southern boundary of this zone was located along the southern tip of Greenland, northern Scandinavia, the Arctic coast of Russia, Chukotka, Alaska and the Arctic coast of Canada (read more...)

Planetary Paleogene Greenhouse (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
The evidence for a warm, humid climate, of the Paleocene and Eocene epochs (66-44, probably 34 million years ago) across the planet has caused many researchers to conclude that during this interval of Earth's history there was a warm greenhouse type atmosphere due to the high atmospheric concentrations of water vapor, carbon dioxide and possibly other greenhouse gases. The content of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, according to O. Ivashchenko, back then was about five times higher than at present. According to Eppie Sluidzhsa and his colleagues at the University of Utrecht (the Netherlands), the Earth's atmosphere consisted then of two membranes – an inner atmosphere similar to today’s atmosphere, and an outer layer of frozen water vapor in the lower stratosphere (10-50 km), which is currently not preserved    (read more...)

Fauna of the Paleogene (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
Wildlife in the Paleocene and Eocene epochs (65,5-34 million years ago) was primarily represented by mammals and birds. Among mammals, the dominant herbivorous forms ranged from rabbits to the hippo. Typical examples of the time were Dinoceratas, the most dominant were the Uintatherium which reached 4.5 m in length with a height of 2.5 m. There were also heavy water rhinoceroses (Aminodontidae) up to 4 m, a type of hornless rhinoceros (Hyrakodontidae), close relatives of elephants (about the size of a medium dog) Pantolambdy and Moeritherium, the ancestors of modern horses (about the size of a fox) - Hyracotherium and Orohippus and ancestors of tapirs (Girahus and Ofiodont) and herbivorous Taeniodontia resembling modern sloths (read more...)

The Position of Earth's Axis, the Earth's Rotation and the Length of Day in the Paleogene (L.Fitzpatrick's translation)
The slight drop in temperature and the small degree of change in climatic zones between the equator and the poles in both the Paleocene and Eocene epochs (65,5-34 million years ago), discovered by different researchers, suggests that the Earth's rotational axis projection on the earth's surface (the pole) was located basically at the north and south poles. A poorly marked change of seasons may indicate the location of the Earth's axis was closer to vertical than it is today. A similar pattern is observed now on Venus, the axis of rotation is nearly perpendicular to the orbital plane (the deviation of 3 ° 24 ' from the vertical)   (read more...)

 
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