Monthly Archives: April 2013

Secret History of Twin Planet Earth – Errol Hawkins

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It is wonderful to see the publication of a revised edition of the Secret History of Twin Planet Earth by Errol Hawkins. I have just ordered a copy and eagerly await its delivery from the United Kingdom. Secret History of … Continue reading

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The Fourth Phase of Water – Dr. Gerald Pollack

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Published 2013; Illustrated; 357 pages – $25.46 A fantastic voyage through water, revealing a hidden universe teeming with physical activity and providing answers so simple that any curious person can understand. Sample chapters: [PDF format – 7,166 KB] reading

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The Fluorescing Sky of Earth

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The fluorescing of the Earth’s upper atmosphere is an unavoidable physical process driven [primarily] by ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Photoionisation When a high energy photon [such as Cosmic Rays, X-Rays and Ultraviolet light] from the Sun is absorbed by … Continue reading

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The Other Big Bang Theory

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The origin of “the other big bang theory” dates back to 1766 when the astronomer Johann Daniel Titius of Wittenberg noted a strange “gap” [or “empty space”] in the pattern of planetary distances. If one began a numerical sequence at … Continue reading

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Inventions and Deceptions – Earth’s Gravity Anomaly

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Mainstream science currently has a very perverse predilection for reporting “anomalies” instead of reporting upon the “raw data”. Unfortunately, this preference for “anomalies” has significant disadvantages for Science [and especially the consumers of science] because the “baseline” can be [arbitrarily] … Continue reading

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Why The Sky Is Blue

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Wikipedia tells us that the sky is blue because air scatters short-wavelength light more than longer wavelengths. The sunlit sky is blue because air scatters short-wavelength light more than longer wavelengths. Since blue light is at the short wavelength end … Continue reading

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The Cooling Earth

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy considers the Earth to be “mostly harmless” whilst satellite observations reveal the Earth’s surface to be “mostly water”. Saline water covers about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface according to Wikipedia. Frozen water, … Continue reading

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Exothermic Terrestrial Degassing of Hydrogen and Helium

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The composition of the Earth’s lower atmosphere is dominated by Nitrogen and Oxygen. However, in the Earth’s upper atmosphere [above an altitude of 600 kilometres] the dominant gases become Hydrogen and Helium. The exosphere is the outermost layer of Earth’s … Continue reading

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