Discovery of what looks like a giant humanoid footprint millions of years old is being touted as evidence of a giant alien race that lived on or visited Earth hundreds of millions of years ago.
The footprint was first discovered near the South African town of Mpuluzi in the northeastern Mpumalanga province close to the border with Swaziland in 1912 by a hunter named Stoffel Coetzee.
According to Michael Tellinger, who uploaded to YouTube a video of his visit to the site in 2012 (see below), the “footprint,” known to locals as the “Footprint of God,” is about four feet (1.2 meters) in length.
Based on the relative proportions of the human body, the hypothetical owner of the footprint would have been 24-27 feet (7.5-8 meters) in height, according to Tellinger.
Although he estimated the age of the rock at “somewhere between 200 million and 3 billion years old,” the granite outcrop is part of South Africa’s geological formation known as the Mpuluzi Batholith, and according to geologists, it was formed about 3.1 billion years ago.
people making theories about Mythal’s intentions might not know that, in the game files, there are character descriptions for every character that has a speaking role. And Flemeth’s is very interesting. (spoilers)
BioFan Interview | Allegra Clark
[Voice of Josephine Montilyet in Dragon Age: Inquisition] Part 1
I had the chance to sit down and chat with Allegra Clark, the voice of Josephine Montilyet in Dragon Age: Inquisition, to discuss her role in the game and what it was like going from being a fan of the series to being apart of it. Part one of the interview features topics such as what it was like voicing Josephine, her reaction to being cast, and more!
Welcome to our weekly show! PATRICK WEEKES IS FINALLY HERE
If you haven’t yet make sure you listen to part 1 and get ready for this extra goodness. Today we have the complete interview (part 1 of three) with Patrick Weekes, a lead writer from Bioware all about his craft and the art of writing for games.
Some of what we cover includes:
- His origins - Training the player to do the wrong thing - Looking at the evolution of the media comparing it to the beginning of film - It’s harder now to get a job than ever before, focus on the nonlinear narrative - Get the application called TWINE! Get a job. - Weekes talks extensively about the HORROR of “Peer Reviews” - The most common mistakes that still happen in the writer’s room - Key piece of advice “Make sure the player knows where to go next, and what he has to do when he’s there”
What’s next for Dragon Age? Find out more next week! We’ll post the remaining segments of our interview, including a complete look at Mass Effect and of course, Dragon Age Inquisition.