1- What does an Egyptian pyramid do on a US dollar bill?

What’s with the floating-eye pyramid on the U.S. dollar bill?


2- Why did 56 countries sign a treaty not to venture into Antarctica?

The Antarctic Treaty Explained – British Antarctic Survey


3- Why do planes never fly over Antarctica?

4 Reasons Planes Don’t Fly Over Antarctica – Aero Corner


4- How did NASA “lose” the footage of the moon, probably one of the most important moments for humanity?

Lack of foresight and accident of incompetence on the part of the NASA broadcast team.

Did NASA lose the very first video footage of the moon landing? – Quora


5- If Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon, who was holding the camera?

The only full-body photograph of Neil Armstrong on the moon shows him working at the Apollo 11 lunar module “Eagle.” The first man to set foot on the lunar surface was inadvertently captured on film by Buzz Aldrin, who was tasked with taking a series of panoramic photos.

6- Why have we never gone back to the moon?

Apollo 17 became the last crewed mission to the Moon, for an indefinite amount of time. The main reason for this was money. The cost of getting to the Moon was, ironically, astronomical.

7- If monkeys evolved into people, why are monkeys still monkeys?

Humans and monkeys are both primates. But humans are not descended from monkeys or any other primate living today. We do share a common ape ancestor with chimpanzees. It lived between 8 and 6 million years ago.Jul 11, 2022


8- How does 95% of “garbage” DNA exist? Who decided this is actually “garbage”?

Researchers at the University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have determined how satellite DNA, considered to be “junk DNA,” plays a crucial role in holding the genome together.

Their findings, published recently in the journal (https://elifesciences.org/articles/34122), indicate that this genetic “junk” performs the vital function of ensuring that chromosomes bundle correctly inside the cell’s nucleus, which is necessary for cell survival. And this function appears to be conserved across many species.

source: www.lsi.umich.edu/news/2018-04/scientists-discover-role-junk-dna

9- How were giant, symmetrical, detailed, sacred and geometrically solid structures such as cathedrals and parliament buildings created by people who lived in wooden huts, rode horse-drawn carriages and had no machines or lasers?

A lot of teamwork, intelligence, hard work and ingenuity


10- How is this same pre-Luvian architecture found all over the world?

Because human civilizations have been around for 100s of thousands of years. The great flood story is pure myth; not that there were not great floods as the glaciers from the last ice age were melting. ( www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_Glacial_Period ) There most definitely were and there is evidence of it in the geological and fossil records, but the Noah’s arc story is pure fiction and actually impossible, irrational, extremely unlikely to be true and completely lacking evidence that it even happened.

11- Why are there images in ancient Egyptian art that appear to depict “spaceships”?

The idea that ancient Egyptians were able to draw spaceships on rocks and knew about space travel long ago is actually a misconception or misinterpretation of ancient Egyptian art and hieroglyphics.

The images that are sometimes interpreted as spaceships in ancient Egyptian art are more likely representations of common objects or symbols that were significant in ancient Egyptian culture and religion. Ancient Egyptian art often depicted gods, animals, and other symbols in a stylized and symbolic manner. The shapes and forms seen in these drawings are more likely to be representations of religious symbols, mythical creatures, or other elements of ancient Egyptian belief systems.

While ancient Egyptians were advanced in many areas such as architecture, mathematics, and astronomy for their time, there is no credible evidence to suggest that they had knowledge of or depicted actual spaceships or had the technology for space travel. The depictions that some people interpret as spaceships are more likely to be artistic representations of objects or concepts that were meaningful within the context of ancient Egyptian culture and mythology.

12- Why are remains and images of giant human beings found? And why are giants mentioned in several ancient writings of cultures distant from each other, including the Bible?

Find Out How the Giant Skeleton Hoax Started


13- Why are there images of mushrooms in all ancient Christian art? And why is daddy dressing like giant mushrooms Amanita Muscaria?

It goes back to the pre-christian mystery cults. I have heard it said that ergot was also used to attain altered states, the precursor of LSD.


» Mushroom in Christian Art.

15- Why do ancient Egyptian artworks represent pine trees and is it a coincidence that even the pineal gland looks like a pine?

May be co-incidence or misinterpretation of the pinecone symbol’s meaning in ancient Egyptian culture. It may also be that they experimented on slaves (egypt was a slaving culture going way back and into relatively modern times, abolished in Egypt in 1877), doing live dissections and removing key organs in an attempt to understand their function.


16- Why are there depictions of dragons all over the world and in different cultures, thousands of years apart and is also mentioned in the Bible?

The earliest attested dragons all resemble snakes or have snakelike attributes. Dragons appear in nearly all cultures because humans have an innate fear of snakes and other animals that were major predators of humans’ primate ancestors.

17- Why is there so much blatantly demonic symbolism in the music and entertainment industry?

The Surprising Origins Of Symbols And Gestures In The Music Scene |


18- Why most video games revolve around killing…

Since their inception in the 1970s, video games have often been criticized by some for violent content. Politicians, parents, and other activists have claimed that violence in video games can be tied to violent behavior, particularly in children, and have sought ways to regulate the sale of video games. Studies have shown no connection between video games and violent behavior. The American Psychological Association states that while there is a well-established link between violent video games and aggressive behaviours, attributing acts of violence to violent video gaming “is not scientifically sound.”