Category Archives: Earth

The Thin Skinned Earth

James Maxlow has produced a glorious series of Expansion Tectonics images that lead to some surprising results. Continue reading: The Thin Skinned Earth

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The Torres Tale

One of the mainstream’s more troublesome tales involves the Torres Strait. Continue reading: The Torres Tale

Posted in Atmospheric Science, Books, Catastrophism, Earth, Geology, Hecker Horizon, History, Maunder Minimum, Old Japanese Cedar Tree | 1 Comment

The 3×2 World of Matteo Ricci

Matteo Ricci’s second world map helped to finally extinguish the residual knowledge of the Old World that had once guided the travels of Marco Polo. Continue reading: The 3×2 World of Matteo Ricci

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Earth, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm | 7 Comments

Mainstream Mindset: Crazy Charts

The modern mainstream mindset believes ancient Chinese cartographers created crazy charts. Continue reading: Mainstream Mindset: Crazy Charts

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Earth, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Inflating Earth, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm | 2 Comments

Kepler’s Cloud

The data suggests astronomers have been pushing their luck and the outer boundary of the Solar System by assigning highly eccentric orbits to Long Period Comets that won’t ever return. Click here to continue reading: Kepler’s Cloud

Posted in Astrophysics, Atomic Comet, Comets, Earth, Electric Universe, Inventions & Deceptions, Johannes Kepler, Science, Solar System, Vortices | 5 Comments

Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Radiocarbon Reconciliation

Ptolemy’s Paradigm provides another simple solution along with lashings of ginger beer cognitive dissonance.

Posted in Astrophysics, Atmospheric Science, Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Earth, History, Parallax, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Radiocarbon Dating, Solar System, Uniformitarianism | 1 Comment

Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Aftermath

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm demystifies the The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Antarctic Alignment

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Deuterium leads, CO2 lags, Cape Horn goes North, and Iceland goes South.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

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Solar Parallax observations raise a smile when they reveal [amongst other things] Earth Scientists have documented a doppelgänger of the Medieval Warm Period.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: A Picture of Precession

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A remarkably clear picture of the Precession of the Equinoxes emerges when the chronology is cleaned-up.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm provides pesky problems with simple solutions.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: Cord-Marked Pottery

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The Algonquin languages open up a gloriously global can of worms.

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Neil McCoy-Ward: London Has Fallen

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Real reporting from London…

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Geological Rot

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¿Is it time to lop lots of lovely noughts off the Earth’s age?

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Cape Bojador and The Fortunate Islands

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Reconciling Ptolemy’s Fortunate Islands with modern maps is a challenge.

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Cape Bojador and The Burning Ocean

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The Atlantic Ocean is a massive mainstream continuity conundrum.

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Cape Bojador and The Inflating Earth

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If you place dogma before data then it’s best you go watch some more TV.

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Serbian Sands Shred Settled Science

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Lignite miners have shredded Gradualist Settled Science.

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Comet Venus: The Shrinking Violet

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Serendipity and a spreadsheet suggest some surprising scenarios for Venus and Mars.

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Hollow Science

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The Schiehallion Experiment is a fun filled frivolity made with full fat flimflam that confirms falsification is always forgiven by the faithful followers of Newtonian Gravity.

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Eric Laithwaite: Inward Travelling Magnetic Field

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Eric Laithwaite was a smiling subversive who became a mainstream outcast.

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Dugongs & Manatees

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Dugongs and Manatees are Inflating Earth survivors.

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Orion’s Blue Balls

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It’s time [once again] to snap on the rubber gloves so we can examine Orion’s Blue Balls and get to grips with Max Planck’s Black Body Balls.

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Fear Porn Friday: Climate Change

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The good news is: Arctic winters are a little less cold. The bad news is: We’re all going to die!

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Three Small Steps for Science

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Following the televised virtual reality of “one small step for man” in 1969 it’s about time Natural Philosophers took three small steps for science in the real world.

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The Orion Fly-By

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The iconography associated with the Orion constellation is [quite literally] an open book but it’s pictorial narrative depends upon the pages being correctly sequenced.

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Ditrianum: Major Earthquake Warning

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Forecasting WHEN a major earthquake will strike is one step closer to predicting WHERE it will strike.

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Parallax Perspective

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Solving the Stellar Parallax Clusterfuck suggests Gamma Draconis is about 10,850 AU distant and that Sirius is [only] about 360 AU away.

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Cretinous Cretaceous

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Geologists aren’t genetically goofy – they just collect cretinous concepts.

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TOTO and the PHOTS

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It’s often said that fact is stranger than fiction.

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Dennis Rawlins: Olbers’ Magic Square of Sky

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Heinrich Olbers is best remembered for discovering Pallas and Vesta.

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The Dodwell Dead End

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The Aleppo Test provides some painfully penetrating perspectives.

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Alaskan Muck: Sol Invictus

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Buckle-up for a bumpy ride managing your cognitive dissonance as the Alaskan Muck series ends with a bang as the Solar Parallax and Sol Invictus fall into place.

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Alaskan Muck: Prime Suspects

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In the blame game the prime suspects are usually eliminated [one-by-one] from the investigation until a neatly packaged single actor scenario is revealed such as “Miss Scarlett” in the “Conservatory” with the “Dagger”.

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Alaskan Muck: Indelicate Details

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It’s difficult to draw valid conclusions when indelicate details are omitted.

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