The Account of How the Ancient Romans Smuggled Silkworms Out of China, the Cause of Soot, the Asteroid and Tectonic Plate Events Which Killed 50% of Life Upon Earth, the “Lighthouse of the Mediterranean” Volcano, the Concept of Tectonic Subduction, and the Super Continent of the Future

Historically recorded accounts state that a handful of monks sent to China by the Roman emperor Justinin, smuggled silkworms out of China within hollowed out bamboo canes and brought their cargo to Instabul, which for over 2000 years was considered the crossroads of the world, where the west and east met. This account is thought to be by many scholars a work of fiction. Silk soon took off as one of the most in demand and profitable industries ever recorded throughout Istanbul's long and fascinat...

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