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In various parts of the world such as the Euphrates Valley, the Sahara and Gobi deserts, Iraq, Scotland, Egypt and Turkey traces of this fused green glass have been found many feet below the Earth. In the Euphrates Valley the glass was discovered below archaeological remains that were known to be at least 8,000 years old, providing some indication as to the period when it was created. How did this strange green glass get there and what is it exactly? According to geologists subjecting sand and rock to exceptionally high temperatures causes this phenomenon. Experts estimate that it would take a fireball with temperatures in excess of 1800 degrees Celsius to turn sand and rock into molten lava that would then become glass when it cooled. The fact that the phenomena is so widespread across the globe either suggests (a) multiple and simultaneous meteorite strikes or (b) that there was a global nuclear war sometime in our ancient past. 

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Originally posted 2017-12-18 08:17:26.