I lived near an Air Force base growing up that got closed down in the 1990s and when I got older I ended up working at a company that occupied some of the spaces that used to be on the base.

We got tapped one time to help clean up an area that was a top-secret location when the base was active that not many people in town knew about and if they did, they still wouldn’t talk about it.

It was somewhere that they were preparing to show Russian officials that were visiting to prove to them that it was deactivated. We had to go in and clean it up to make it look presentable. We were basically told that we were to never get into specifics about what was in that room. This was almost 20 years ago and I still haven’t told anyone exactly what was down there.

You can pretty much go back in history and figure out that if you look at some of the things that the government has cooked up, like climate change, that they are just elaborate covers….

In 1966 a Top Secret Cold War Military Project called Project Iceworm was a covert mission to build a massive underground nuclear base providing a platform for hundreds of nuclear warheads targeting the Soviet Union.

The Project was generally a bust, but it did yield unexpected fruit that sat in a freezer for almost sixty years: ice cores that held a treasure trove of fossilized plants. They could be the key to unraveling the decades old Climate Change hoax, and ending the Biden-Harris regime’s relentless attacks on American Energy.

ScienceDaily writes,

“IN 1966, US ARMY SCIENTISTS DRILLED DOWN THROUGH NEARLY A MILE OF ICE IN NORTHWESTERN GREENLAND — AND PULLED UP A FIFTEEN-FOOT-LONG TUBE OF DIRT FROM THE BOTTOM. THEN THIS FROZEN SEDIMENT WAS LOST IN A FREEZER FOR DECADES. IT WAS ACCIDENTALLY REDISCOVERED IN 2017.”

Now tiny plant fragments have been discovered in core samples from all over the world so by itself that’s not very interesting, but we have the ability to radiocarbon date fossils today that we didn’t in 1966. Greenland’s ice cover, which is 3 times the size of Texas and about 5,000 feet thick is thought to be nearly 3 million years old. The plant matter that was uncovered? Was only 1 million years old. That means Greenland was quite literally green less than a million years ago, meaning the Greenland Ice cap melted looooooong before mankind existed let alone began burning fossil fuels.

University of Vermont scientist Andrew Christ was one of the first to examine the fossils, he said, “Ice sheets typically pulverize and destroy everything in their path,” says Christ, “but what we discovered was delicate plant structures — perfectly preserved. They’re fossils, but they look like they died yesterday. It’s a time capsule of what used to live on Greenland that we wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else.”

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