Category Archives: Inflating Earth

Finistere Catastrophes Chronology

The Finistere Catastrophes Chronology provides some interesting insights that the mainstream masks.

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The Great Australian Seaway

The Great Australian Seaway divided Australia into two separate islands during the Cretaceous.

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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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African Crocodiles

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It’s not a question of if American crocodiles originated in Africa but whether the African crocodiles were alone when they traversed the Atlantic Ocean.

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The African Ditch

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Roman North Africa is a curious concept.

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Sacking Beni Hammad

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The questions raised by the ruins of Beni Hammad provide some insights into the evolution and alignment of the African landmass in the early centuries of the 2nd millennium CE.

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African Lineaments

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African Lineaments show the African Plate isn’t all it’s cracked-up to be.

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Ocean Cooled Volcanoes

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Which formed first: the Pacific Ocean or the Hawaiian Mauna Loa volcano?

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Ptolemy’s Inflating Earth

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Let’s start 2021 with a very simple demonstration of Ptolemy’s Inflating Earth that’s so basic even Earth Scientists might start to understand the dynamics of our planet.

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Fortunate Isles Revisited

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The distinctly dubious Diocletian provides a distraction en-route to the Fortunate Isles.

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The Senegal Swing

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Plenty of people are perplexed by Ptolemy’s peculiar perspectives.

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Antipodal Hotspots and Bipolar Catastrophes

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Pack your bags for an Earth-Shattering trip to the South Pacific.

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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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Harold Sterling Gladwin: The Minoan Maze

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Navigating the Minoan Maze leads to a greater understanding of the Grand Canyon, Casa Grande, and the Great Splice.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: Mayan Hieroglyphs

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Mayan stamps and cylinder seals are officially amongst “those who have gone”.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: In The Dog House

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Some archaeologists are condemned to join “those who have gone”.

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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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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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Willy The Fink and the Replica Royals

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Watch Willy The Fink finger the fakes in the finale.

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Indian Salt: Wallace Line

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The official Story of Sugar deploys an armada of Austronesians to transport sugar cane across the Wallace Line.

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Indian Salt: Kingdom of Funan

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The modern version of the Sugar Cane Story forgets about the fragmentation of Greater India and the destruction of the Kingdom of Funan.

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Indian Salt: The Elephant Bird

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The story of sugar contains some terrifically tall stories.

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Gunnar Goes North

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Metal detectors unearth pots of gold and the occasional can of worms.

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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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Alaskan Muck: The Swing State

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Following the Northern Mammoth leads to unanticipated ancient insights.

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Korean Horizons

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The good news about the Korean Annals is that they appear to contain unadulterated data.

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Shaping The Saxon Shore

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The histories of Britain and France are closely coupled because Britain was once part of Europe. Understanding their histories requires an appreciation of when Britain separated from Europe.

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Shaping Roman Scotland

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Roman forts reflect the geological changes that have shaped Scotland and Scottish history.

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C for Colossal

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The remaining body parts of the Colossus of Constantine are an enduring reminder that students are taught to ignore truly colossal levels of Cogitative Dissonance.

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