In the previous posting it became apparent that the continents migrated on an inflating Earth – not the people.
This conclusion is further reinforced when reconciling [see the example illustration above]:
1) Human skin colour distribution
2) Human mitochondrial DNA hierarchy
3) Human haplogroup distribution [based upon untangling the human migration map]
The strong markers supporting the view:
a) The haplogroup “M” connection between East Africa and Australia.
b) The haplogroup “X” connection between Europe and North America
c) The haplogroups “A”,”B”,”C “ and “D” combination is repeated in North and South America.
d) The repeating skin colour spectrums that do not align with insolation levels.
However, the skin colour spectrum also tells another remarkable story.
The current disparity in skin tones between South America and Africa [at equal latitudes] is a clear marker that insolation was far stronger before the globe began to break-up into continents.
In other words:
i) The Earth orbited closer to the Sun [probably near to the current orbit of Venus].
ii) The Earth was spinning on its side and the southern half of the globe received constant sunshine.
iii) The separation of the continents probably started 12,000 years ago [based upon mtDNA estimates].
According to Ptolemy, the best recognized authority, whose geography had stood the test of thirteen hundred years, the then known world was a strip of some seventy degrees wide, mostly north of the equator, with Cadiz on the west, and farthest India or Cathay on the east, lying between the frozen and burning zones, both impassable by man.
Historical and Geographical Notes on the Earliest Discoveries in America
Henry Stevens – 1869
End of Update 25 Oct 2016
Therefore, as the Earth inflated its orbit moved further away from the Sun and as the rotating Earth rebalanced [due to the stretching out of the oceans between the continents] the axis of rotation changed to its current angle.
The story told be Golger’s Rule [that the Earth was spinning on its side] is also reflected in other areas of research:
The observable lack of African impact craters indicates that the Earth was spinning on its side and that the Sun “shielded” the [then] African South Pole.
Similarly, the lack of impact craters on the “dark side” of the Earth indicates that the surface was protected by “ice age” conditions.
The observable range of Glossoperis [in the fossil record] also indicates that the Earth was spinning on its side and basked in 24 hour sunshine.
The exponential rise in biodiversity can be clearly associated with the creation of new habits via the stretching of the seafloor and the move towards a more upright axis of rotation.
Biodiversity as shown by the fossil record