Category Archives: Aboriginal Myths

Yellowstone Nightmares

The Americans are becoming a little paranoid over the Yellowstone “volcano” (YC) since the increase in nearby seismic activity.  They fear this volcano will once more erupt and cause havoc in the US, apart from “triggering a nuclear winter that … Continue reading

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Out of Place Soils

Most of my professional career as a diamond exploration geologist was traipsing over the country sampling soils and drainages for kimberlitic indicator minerals, and successfully too I might add.  Some preliminaries though: The geological profession can be categorised into two … Continue reading

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The Fourth State Of Matter, Matters A Great Deal

Plasma physics is based on the fact that there are four states of physical matter, solid, liquid, gas and plasma, the last being ionised versions of the first three. Gerry Pollack has identified a fourth phase of water, EZ water … Continue reading

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The Solar System in 1950 and Afterwards

Dr. CJ Ransom reviews some progress in scientific thinking since WWII. And as Bertrand Russell pointed out, “ The people who sell candles didn’t invent the lightbulb, you know” Dr. Cj Ransom received his PhD in Plasma Physics from The … Continue reading

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Wolfe Creek Crater Geology and Geophysics

An interpretation of some recent Geophysical Data of Wolfe Creek Crater, south of Halls Creek, Kimberly region, Western Australia by Louis A G Hissink MSc. Consulting Diamond Geologist December 2002 (Updated 23 Jan 2016)     Figure 1   Wolfe Creek Crater, … Continue reading

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Ice Ages – Uniformist Fabrication?

I admit to not thinking too deeply on the origin of ‘ice-ages’ but Tim Cullen’s (Malaga Bay) various posts on the ideas of Henry Hoyle Howorth published during the late 19tn century has caused a heads-up. What I have noticed … Continue reading

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Lightning and Geomorphology

The erosion of mountains and thus the rocks of which they are comprised has generally been explained by the geomorphological process of thermal stress, periglacial frost shattering and minor chemical weathering operating at the observed inferred rates, that is very … Continue reading

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