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Lloyd Stewart Carpenter

Special Guest

Biography:

All of the topography of planet Earth is comprised of a series of easily recognizable pictures. Lloyd Stewart Carpenter has been a maps researcher and inventor for more than 20 years. He became a national championship speaker, during his college years speaking about his research. He has appeared on many national radio and television talk shows concerning his research and inventions. His discovery of the Face on the Pacific Ocean Floor was the subject on an NBC News close-up. Also stories have been written about this discovery in the Los Angeles Times (Front Page), Associated Press and UPI.

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