(I know this subject has been discussed before, but I've done some more detailed research.) I've been doing some geological research regarding OT III and come up with the following: 1. Iridium is present in abundance in asteroids and lava (the more the closer to the earth's core). Asteroids contain more iridium than lava. 2. Shocked quartz is present in craters of asteroids or nuclear bombs. A layer of iridium is present all around the world with varied concentrations at the K/T-layer (65 million years ago). Hubbard claimed the OT III happened about 75 million years ago A layer of shocked quartz is present all around the world at K/T, but decreasing in medium size and numbers with increasing distance from the Chicxulub crater in Mexico. The scientists believe an asteroid hit earth about 65 million years ago at Chicxulub which created the iridium/shocked quartz layer all around the world. The shocked quartz findings indicate a one hit impact while the iridium is more of an anomaly since it does not decrease with increasing distance from the Chicxulub crater, but instead show up in variations all around the world. Some speculate thought that the iridium has changed in concentration due to microbes. It could be claimed that the iridium comes from the volcanoes and the shocked quartz from the H-bombs. Glass spherules have been found and they are round, which indicates that they must've been shot up through the atmosphere by a stronger force than mere volcanism, for example an asteroid or a nuclear bomb. They are round because they have re-entered the atmosphere. Volcanism alone creates spherules that are not round. Some spherules from Hawaiian volcanoes have been found to be round in shape. A layer of soot have been found that the K/T-layer but the scientists believe it's from global forest fires. An asteroid alone cannot send shocked quartz to the other side of the globe as evident from findings, since the grains are calculated to have left with a velocity of about 2 km/s, while about 9 km/s are required to send shocked quartz so far, so they think the hot vapor plume of the asteroid helped sending these grains all over the world. Hubbard claimed that 250 billion people lived here on earth about 75 million years ago, but where are the fossils from these people etc? I found an interesting possible explanation: Acid rain. The scientists suspects that acid rain fell down from the skies and poured into the ground. Acid rain dissolves bones in the soil from between 100 000 years to 10 million years according to one geologist. So if the supposed civilization on earth was less than 10 million years old there's a chance most or some of the bones were destroyed by acid rain. Hubbard claims that the Confederation lasted 20 million years though, but there's no mention of the time regarding the lasting of earth's civilization at that time. However, frogs survived the K/T-extinction and they are sensitive to acid rain, so most scientists think the acid rain was more mild in nature. Just thought I'd share some of these ideas. Anyway, does anybody know where to find a list of the stars/planets of the Confederacy? I know "Revolt in the stars" have a list, but it's supposed to be a sci-fi story . Is there a detailed list from the OT III material anybody knows of?