Category Archives: Geomagnetism

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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Alaskan Muck: Anaximander’s Cake

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It’s a delicious irony to discover Domestic Science reveals more about the inner workings of our planet than the medieval mindset of the self-proclaimed Earth Sciences.

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Alaskan Muck: The Swing State

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Following the Northern Mammoth leads to unanticipated ancient insights.

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Fire and Brimstone

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Some academic topics are edited to remove anything shocking, electrifying or illuminating while other topics are cynically manipulated to support false fire-and-brimstone narratives.

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Spinning Southern Africa

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The gradualist assumptions underpinning the Earth Sciences come into sharp focus when the geomagnetic history of Southern Africa is taken for a spin.

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Supernova SN 185

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One of the Jewels in the Crown of Settled Science that’s been extracted from the mire of mainstream manuscripts and academic assertions is Supernova SN 185. A supernova is a transient astronomical event that occurs during the last stellar evolutionary … Continue reading

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The Atomic Comet: Electric Epilogue

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A few weeks ago I was encouraged to remember: Velikovsky gave us “The Electric Universe”. I have no problem with the underlying sentiments expressed in those words of encouragement. However, I do have a few problems regarding their accuracy. Problem … Continue reading

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The Atomic Comet: Carbon Cousins

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There’s a fairly widespread fascination for Comets that’s partly a response to the Cognitive Dissonance experienced when Astronomers authoritatively assert a Comet is a dirty snowball while the observer’s lying eyes see a scaled-up meteor burning-up in space. Place your … Continue reading

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Ken L. Wheeler – The Missing Secrets Of Magnetism

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If you are looking for fresh insights and a deeper understanding of life, the universe and everything then now is the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with Ken Wheeler. If you are sitting comfortably then the following couple of videos … Continue reading

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Myths of the Cherokee: Struck by Lightning

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James Mooney noted the Cherokee utilise the “mysterious properties” of wood that has been struck by lightning. Following this line of inquiry reveals some very surprising information. These “mysterious properties” were employed by the Cherokee to prepare seeds for “a … Continue reading

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The Arabian Horizon – The Cherokee Compass

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In 1590, nearly a century after Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World, a Spanish Jesuit named Jose de Acosta postulated that humans and animals had arrived in the New World via a northern land connection to the Old World. … Continue reading

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The Arabian Horizon – The Blue Sea

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Occasionally, fact checking a side issue opens up a whole new vein of surprising connections which were hidden in plain sight because I didn’t recognise the symbols. This new vein begins with the Chinese tradition of assigning colours to the … Continue reading

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Lawler Alignments – Galactic Roller Coaster

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WARNING If you like your Science Settled or your History served with a thick Gradualist Gloss then you should stop reading now and retreat to your preferred Safe Space. Early in the 17th century Galileo Galilei discovered the Milky Way … Continue reading

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Philip Callahan and The Round Towers

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Philip Callahan has always been a keen hiker and after World War II he decided to take the scenic route home from Japan by hiking across Asia and the Middle East. Therefore, it’s no surprise he is very familiar with … Continue reading

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Philip Callahan: Paramagnetism

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Philip Callahan is [amongst many other things] a famous entomologist. Prof Philip S. Callahan is the greatest scientist of the late twentieth century. …. He got his Ph.D. at Kansas State in entomology (study of insects). He wrote that his … Continue reading

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James Maxlow – Expanding Earth 2005 Presentation

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James Maxlow has spent over 25 years working as an exploration and mine geologist in Australia. Dr James Maxlow was born in Middlesbrough, England in 1949. … James immigrated to Australia with his parents in 1953, where he grew up … Continue reading

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Neal Adams: 07 – Mountain Growth

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Neal Adams also utilises his graphical skills to demonstrate Mountain Formation. See: http://nealadams.com/science-videos/ Mountain formation refers to the geological processes that underlie the formation of mountains. These processes are associated with large-scale movements of the earth’s crust (plate tectonics). Mountain … Continue reading

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Neal Adams: 06 – Pangea Proven Wrong

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Neal Adams also utilises his graphical skills to demonstrate that Pangea is Wrong. See: http://nealadams.com/science-videos/ Pangaea or Pangea was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. It assembled from earlier continental units approximately 300 million … Continue reading

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Neal Adams: 01 – The Growing Earth

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Neal Adams is a well known comic book and commercial artist. Neal Adams (born June 15, 1941) is an American comic book and commercial artist known for helping to create some of the definitive modern imagery of the DC Comics … Continue reading

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Ammonium: 2 – The Aurora Ring

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The early versions of the ammonium record extracted from the Greenland GISP 2 ice core clearly suggested ammonium outliers are closely associated with Solar Proton Events [such as the Carrington Event 1859] and this solar connection was further underlined by … Continue reading

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Ammonium: 1 – The Proxy War

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An academic debate between the massed ranks of Settled Science and the more solitary Solar Scientists has been festering since the 1990s. This isn’t a regular, standard issue academic debate. This is a proxy war between the Anthropomorphic Brigade of … Continue reading

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Lost Lunar Librations

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The casual observer could anticipate that the Moon would display some irregular movements as its buffeted by the variable Solar Wind [and the associated Interplanetary Magnetic Field]. This should be especially true when its moving against the flow of the … 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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Palaeomagnetism: Logic Reversals

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UPDATE 17 June 2015 The illusory Settled Science of Palaeomagnetism morphs into the realm of Super Surreal Science [a brand new category] simply because they forgot all about Photomagnetism. On the Magnetising Power of the Solar Rays … Professor Barlocci … Continue reading

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Deprecating Photomagnetism

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Mary Somerville introduced Photomagnetism to British science in 1826. In the year 1813, Professor Morichini of Rome discovered that steel, exposed to the violet rays of the solar spectrum becomes magnetic. On the Magnetizing Power of the More Refrangible Solar … Continue reading

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The Magnetic Personality of Violet

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The mainstream has taken a strong dislike to Violet and excludes her whenever possible. By reducing the rainbow to just six colours the Wikipedia Wizards now only have to make Violet vanish when they cast their magic spells over the … Continue reading

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New Light Through Old Plates

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In the Space Age the Space Cadets provide a wealth of high resolution solar images [in a whole range of sizes and eye catching colours] snapped by satellites circling somewhere above our sometimes sunny skies. A rainbow of lunar transits … Continue reading

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The Solar Eclipse Perception Problem

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It is generally known that the faint Solar Corona can be observed during a Solar Eclipse. A total eclipse occurs when the dark silhouette of the Moon completely obscures the intensely bright light of the Sun, allowing the much fainter … Continue reading

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Maud and The Electric Earth

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Maud was built for Roald Amundsen so he could explore the Arctic and the Northeast Passage. The Maud, named for Queen Maud of Norway, was a ship built for Roald Amundsen for his second expedition to the Arctic. Designed for … Continue reading

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Solar Wind Turbines

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Turbines are used to extract rotational energy from moving fluids. A turbine is a rotary mechanical device that extracts energy from a fluid flow and converts it into useful work. A turbine is a turbomachine with at least one moving … Continue reading

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A Christmas Recipe for Snow

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Flicking through Mrs Beeton’s Book of Planetary Management I chanced upon a delightful and fun Christmas Recipe for Snow on page 101. The wonder of this Christmas Recipe for Snow is that Mrs Beeton has simply, but magically, adapted her … Continue reading

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The Carnegie Curve

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The Carnegie Institution of Washington founded the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism in 1904. The Department of Terrestrial Magnetism was founded in 1904 to map the geomagnetic field of the Earth. Over the years the research direction shifted, but the historic … Continue reading

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Geomagnetism: Salvaging the Wreckage

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The wheels have fallen off the myopic bipolar view of Geomagnetism that has been nurtured by Western academia for the last 175 years. The culprit responsible for this academic car wreck is Mother Nature. In other words, the “settle science” … Continue reading

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Geomagnetism: Virtual Reality – Virtual Insanity

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Cullen’s Rule of Thumb states that an individual will either laugh or cry whenever they scratch away at the tarnished “science” of an “Earth Science”. However, Geomagnetism is really different because it makes me [both] laugh and cry. In this … Continue reading

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Black and White Bloch

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The study of mainstream magnetism is firmly rooted in the era of “Black and White” movies. This probably explains why the perennial classic “Magnetism – An Introductory Survey” by E. W. Lee is still available on Amazon 50 years after … Continue reading

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