Liesegang Cavities: 7 – Seismic Forked Tongue

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Trawling through the mainstream documentation it becomes apparent that Earth Scientists have to operate in a bi-polar world where there is one set of Settled Science covering the Earth’s Crust and another set of Settled Science governing the Earth’s Mantle … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 6 – Omori’s Seismic Cascade

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When the mainstream talks about seismic waves they usually focus upon a single big earthquake and generally seem to ignore the smaller aftershocks. An aftershock is a smaller earthquake that occurs after a previous large earthquake, in the same area … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 5 – Antipodal Hotspot

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Mainstream Earth Scientists tend to view Hotspots as “anomalously hot”. In geology, the places known as hotspots or hot spots are volcanic regions thought to be fed by underlying mantle that is anomalously hot compared with the surrounding mantle. They … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 4 – A Tale of Two Models

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There are finite limits on the knowledge of Earth Scientists. For example, the deepest borehole drilled into the Earth only reached a depth of 12,262 metres. The Kola Superdeep Borehole is the result of a scientific drilling project of the … Continue reading

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Guy Standing: The Precariat

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Guy Standing provides a very interesting cultural analysis of Globalisation and some utopian food for thought. This book presents the Precariat – an emerging class, comprising the rapidly growing number of people facing lives of insecurity, moving in and out … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows – Jumping The Shark

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Microsoft are undoubtedly Jumping the Shark with Windows 10. Jumping the shark is an idiom created by Jon Hein that was used to describe the moment in the evolution of a television show when it begins a decline in quality, … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 3 – The Ringing Wet Earth

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 2 – The Ringing Moon

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 1 – Hollow Rocks

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Liesegang Rings have vexed mainstream scientists for over a hundred years. Liesegang rings are a phenomenon seen in many, if not most, chemical systems undergoing a precipitation reaction, under certain conditions of concentration and in the absence of convection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liesegang_ringsContinue reading

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The Phi Frequency

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Joseph Weber’s eponymous Weber Bars are 2 metres in length, 1 metre in diameter and were engineered to resonate at a frequency of 1,661 hertz [or 1,660 hertz according to Wikipedia]. A Weber bar is a device used in the … Continue reading

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The Syncopated Sidereal Shake

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The mainstream scientific establishment has a nasty habit of moving on whenever it discovers something really interesting or [in this case] something that’s Earth Shaking. The story starts in 1916 when Einstein envisaged gravitational waves rippling through spacetime. In physics, … Continue reading

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Kepler’s 160 Minute Solar Cycle

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Observational scientists first noticed a 160-minute [2.67 hour] solar oscillation in the 1970s. The 160-minute solar cycle was an apparent periodic oscillation in the solar surface which was observed in a number of early sets of data collected for helioseismology. … Continue reading

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Sinking Settled Science

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It’s difficult to keep the Ship of Settled Science afloat when it’s holed below the waterline. This probably explains why so much of Settled Science is bilge. The bilge is the lowest compartment on a ship, below the waterline, where … Continue reading

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Soft Centred Science

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This is the Kiplingesque story of How the Earth Got its Soft Centre and it would be totally unbelievable except for the involvement of Earth Scientists who are renowned for being Big Softies – particularly between the ears. He’s been … Continue reading

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Starry, Starry Night

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The orbital altitude of the International Space Station varies between 310 and 410 kilometres. The ISS is maintained in a nearly circular orbit with a minimum mean altitude of 330 km (205 mi) and a maximum of 410 km (255 … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows – Bargain Basement

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PC sales are plummeting. PC sales go OFF A CLIFF to under 300 million a year Everybody went backwards – some by 20 per cent – during Q2 The PC market had a horror second quarter, according to new data … Continue reading

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Miles Mathis – Big Fake Questions

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I really enjoy Miles Mathis when he lets rip and his latest paper doesn’t disappoint. Like the FPP, the Kavli Prize is very recent, first being awarded in 2008. One of its first recipients was Donald Lynden-Bell of Cambridge University, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows – First The Bad News

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If you are an Old Fart [like me] then you have been rolling with the punches for the last twenty odd years as Microsoft plastered new layers of lipstick on its prize pig: Windows. Rolling with the punches usually means: … Continue reading

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Dating Offa’s Dyke

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Offa’s Dyke is a large linear earthwork that roughly follows the border between England and Wales. The Dyke, which was up to 65 feet (20 m) wide (including its flanking ditch) and 8 feet (2.4 m) high, traversed low ground, … Continue reading

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Birthing Beowulf

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Academics believe Beowolf could be “one of the most important works of Old English literature”. Beowulf is an Old English epic poem consisting of 3182 alliterative long lines. It is possibly the oldest surviving long poem in Old English and … Continue reading

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