Now, new research shows standing water may have existed in the heart of the Atacama.
Scientists recently discovered remnants of freshwater plants and animals buried in the sediment of the desert's salt flats: the large stretches of dry, salty soil that pepper the Atacama Desert.
The behind-the-scenes research and high level meetings convened by Dr.
Steven Greer will expose the degree of illegal, covert operations at the core of UFO secrecy.
Greer and his team are producing “Unacknowledged : An Expose of the Greatest Secret in Human History”.
Sirius reached number 1 on Netflix for documentaries and was acclaimed throughout the world.
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Greer MD Following the most successful crowd-funded documentary in history, Sirius, Dr.Many archeologists believe South America's early settlers traveled from the west coast inland toward the Andean Mountains, avoiding the desert's dry center by walking along its wetter edges.But the new findings suggest the Atacama's ancient lakes could have provided another path through the desert, and possibly even homes for South American settlers.However, a key property of the Loa system is the scarcity of surface water.The aridity of the region sharply restricts the number of human inhabitants and the extent of native plants or animals.It is vital to regional copper mining, which constitutes ~50 percent of Chile's copper production.It is vital to regional copper mining, which constitutes ~50% of Chile's copper production, which in turn supplies one-third of the world's copper needs.“Unacknowledged” will focus on the historic files of the Disclosure Project and how UFO secrecy has been ruthlessly enforced – and why.The best evidence for Extraterrestrial contact, dating back decades, will be presented with direct topsecret witness testimony, documents and UFO footage.Chile's Atacama Desert spans roughly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) along South America's western coast.The desert is sandwiched between two mountain ranges, which prevent water from reaching its valleys and salt flats, making it the world's driest location outside the poles.