Ian Plimer: Not For The Greens

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Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, in the Green Corner, the caped crusaders fighting for climate justice and A New American Dark Age. In a move spearheaded by environmentalists, the Portland Public Schools board unanimously approved a resolution aimed at eliminating … Continue reading

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The Wroxeter Chronicles: A British Pompeii

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There are several “curious” similarities between Pompeii and Viroconium [aka Uriconium]. Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples, in the Campania region of Italy, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many … Continue reading

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The Heinsohn Horizon and The Nice Model

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Leona Libby’s Old Japanese Cedar provides a wealth of very surprising information. For example: The Old Japanese Cedar indicates the Heinsohn Horizon established, for planet Earth, a background climate oscillation with a periodicity of about 54 years which has since … Continue reading

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The Heinsohn Heartbeat and The Gregorian Calendar

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The twilight realm of Archaeoastronomy is a Gradualist belief system that makes an extraordinary claim: Current Performance Guarantees Past Performance. Archaeoastronomy can be applied to all cultures and all time periods. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeoastronomy The modern cult of Archaeoastronomy is not a … Continue reading

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Black Earth: Chernozem

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Mainstream Earth Scientists are befuddled by Black Earth and happily spread their confusion around [by the bucketful] when they conflate different varieties of Black Earth. For example: When Wikipedia is waffling about the layer of Dark Earth covering the ruins … Continue reading

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Black Earth: Dark Earth

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Dark Earth is an extraordinary substance that provokes an allergic reaction in Earth Scientists which results in coughing, fidgeting and incoherent mumbling. The potency of Dark Earth varies depending upon the specific mix unearthed at a site. The material is … Continue reading

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The Wroxeter Chronicles: Broken Red Sandstone

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Wroxeter Roman fortress declined rapidly after the late 60s AD. The decline was partly exacerbated by the posting of Legion XIV to France [68 AD] and/or the return to Rome of some units from Legion XX [69 AD]. See: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2016/04/23/the-wroxeter-chronicles-losing-the-legion/Continue reading

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The Roman Time Line and the Heinsohn Horizon

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Q-Mag.org have published a new paper by Gunnar Heinsohn that reviews the stratigraphy for seven cities: Aachen, Kalisz, Rome, Athens, Byzantium, Jerusalem, and Samarra. http://www.q-mag.org/wrecked-metropolises-of-the-1st-millennium-a-comparison.html The stratigraphy of Aachen, for example, illustrates Gunnar Heinsohn’s central theme that the mainstream has … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Dun and Dusted

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The Ordnance Survey maps of Great Britain frequently designate a remote, desolate hill top as the site of a Tumulus, Cairn or Fort. Erecting a Tumulus or Cairn on a remote, desolate hill top is an understandable act of remembrance … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Science and Superstition

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A unifying thread in the mainstream Vitrified Hill Fort theories of battle damage, wall strengthening and ritual vitrification is that they all assume the vitrification process was initiated by humans. The possibility that a natural disaster could have vitrified an … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Louis Hissink – Laterite Thinking

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One of the more mysterious geological occurrences is the surface vitrification observed coating may rock outcrops. In the Kimberley region of Western Australia ancient rock paintings known as the Bradshaw Paintings are covered by a thin silicious coating that has … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Up In Smoke

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When discussing Vitrified Hill Forts academics have a tendency to emit a lot of hot air and behave as if they were suffering from Smoke Inhalation. Smoke inhalation is the primary cause of death for victims of indoor fires. Smoke … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Surveying The Damage

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In the last 239 years over 70 Vitrified Hill Forts have been discovered in Scotland. Since John Williams, one of the earliest of British geologists, and author of The Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom, first described these singular ruins … Continue reading

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Vitrified Forts – Lunar Society of Birmingham

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One of the great mysteries tucked away in a dusty corner of the academic archives [under layers of misdirection and credulous speculation] is the Vitrified Hill Fort. The mystery dates back to the days of the Industrial Revolution, James Watt … Continue reading

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Louis Hissink – Sand Dunes

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One of life’s mysteries is how, occasionally, movie producers manage to get the narrative in the right ballpark. A recent movie “The Martian” depicts a marooned astronaut, acted by Matt Damon, left for dead on Mars and the subsequent story … Continue reading

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Wither Windows

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A remarkable revolution has been occurring as the influence of smart phones increases. At the beginning of 2009 Microsoft Windows virtually monopolised access to the internet with their Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems. However, since 2009, each successive … Continue reading

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Justinian’s Raging Bulls

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The Plague of Justinian has been associated with the extreme weather events of 535–536 AD which [in its turn] has been associated with “debris from space impacting the Earth”. The extreme weather events of 535–536 were the most severe and … Continue reading

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Ragnarok: The Age of Fire and Gravel

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Ignatius Donnelly was [amongst other things] a Catastrophist who [like Immanuel Velikovsky 70 years later] wasn’t destined to become an Authorised Academic Oracle. Ignatius Loyola Donnelly (November 3, 1831 – January 1, 1901) was a U.S. Congressman, populist writer, and … Continue reading

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Denver Dust Bowl

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A lot of sand gets blown around in Colorado. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is a United States National Park located in the San Luis Valley, in the easternmost parts of Alamosa County and Saguache County, Colorado, United … Continue reading

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Gary Gilligan: Extraterrestrial Sands

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Gary Gilligan confronts facts the mainstream prefers to ignore and asks questions the mainstream really don’t want to answer. In 2007 he asked: Why did the Egyptians depict the Sun as a red disk? It matters little where Re’s symbol … Continue reading

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