A tomato plant as high
as a three story building
By Jonathan Gray

Japanese physicist Dr.  Kei Mori exposed plant life to two of the conditions of the original world ecology -- before the Great Flood.
 
He grew tomato plants under a plastic dome which filtered the ultraviolet rays; and he increased the carbon dioxide.  After two years, a cherry tomato plant was 16 feet tall, with 903 tomatoes on it.  After six years, the same tomato plant was over 30 feet tall and had produced more than 5,000 tomatoes.
 
That tomato plant just didn't want to die.  Ask yourself now, How long do tomato plants usually live?  Perhaps five or six months?  They die of old age, destroyed by ultra-violet radiation.
 
Could this have some bearing on how old people would have lived under the same environment?
 
Greater Air Pressure Then

The atmospheric pressure, as well as the oxygen content, had to be greater in the past, in order to support the huge life forms which then existed.
 
My friend Dr. Carl Baugh, of Glen Rose Texas, has set out to build the world's first hyperbaric biosphere, 62 feet long.  Its purpose is to simulate the context of our original world.  An engineer from NASA has called it the greatest experiment in history, ever performed in the name of science.
 
Research indicates that essentially everything was larger in the past.  For instance, the club mosses which today reach 16 to 18 inches often approach 200 feet in the fossil record.
 
The difference may well be in the atmospheric pressure.  In today's atmosphere we have 14.7 pounds atmospheric pressure per inch at sea level.  But to oxygenate the deep cell tissue of those great dinosaurs we need much greater atmospheric pressure.
 
Research has shown that when you approach two times today's atmospheric pressure, the entire blood plasma is saturated with oxygen.
 
Imagine having the energy to run 200 miles non-stop.  Such atmospheric pressure would also promote rapid healing!
 
A Canopy Would Promote Such Atmospheric Pressure

It is believed that before the Flood, a water canopy enveloped the earth, above the atmosphere.  With such a canopy, the atmosphere would be pressurised to a greater degree than we have now.
 
There is surprising evidence.
 
In the 1980s, a pre-flood hammer, found inside a rock stratum, was analysed by the Batelle Laboratories in Columbus, Ohio -- the same laboratory that analysed moonstones.  The elemental analysis showed it to be 96.6 percent iron, 0.74 percent sulphur, and 2.6 percent chlorine.
 
Physicists tell us that under today's atmospheric conditions you cannot compound chlorine with metallic iron.  Yet here it is.  Today, chlorine can be joined with iron as solid metal only in two atmospheres of oxygen pressure, and only in the absence of ultraviolet radiation.
 
Of course, ultraviolet radiation would have been filtered out by the protective canopy.
 
Research indications are that the pre-Flood atmosphere is the only plausible explanation for the forging of this metallic artefact.
 
This gets intensely interesting.
 
That's why I could not keep this and other discoveries to myself.  So many folk have been asking me to share information about these wonders.  That's why the ebook "The Killing of Paradise Planet" was produced.
 
If you want to see what else is tucked away in there, just take a visit now to http://www.archaeologyanswers.com/first.php  It will blow your socks off!
 
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International explorer, archaeologist and author Jonathan Gray has traveled the world to gather data on ancient mysteries.  He has penetrated some largely unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon headwaters.  The author has also led expeditions to the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert regions of the world.  He lectures internationally.