Category Archives: Catastrophism

Medieval Madness

Folklore of the Medieval period, that which followed on from a previous dark Middle age after the Roman period, associated with climate catastrophes, comets and what not to stir the souls of the medieval people included the danger of sailing … Continue reading

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Optical Luminescence Dating

It is very difficult assigning a date to a sedimentary rock, especially ones of recent origin. One modern technique is Optical Stimulated Luminescence where doses of ionising radiation are measured in quartz grains and estimates made when those grains were … Continue reading

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Weather Control

You would have to be somewhat out of touch if you did not notice the continuing efforts by the unelected academic elites and their political masters waxing hysterically, or in variations of, looming dooming climate change in the near future … Continue reading

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Continental Sediments

So some geologists are not satisfied with the uniformist explanation for continental sediments, where millions of cubic kilometres of quartz rich sandstones, as well as finer grained siltstones and shales, occur.  The origin, or provenance, of these deposits remains a … Continue reading

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Tells and Mesas

Tim Cullen at Malaga Bay posted up another thought provoking comment concerning Arabia, and used a photo of a Tell. On seeing this I immediately recognised the geological implications, (this one being Tell Barri in Syria). Tell Barri (By Zoeperkoe / … Continue reading

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Science and Politics

Seems we need reminding that during the 19th century in England, the principal political debate was between the Tories on one hand, arguing for their position on the basis of the divine right of kingship, and on the other hand … Continue reading

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Roman Troubles

So I tend to browse the internet on the Ipad Pro on waking, listening to classical music and go through the various blogs to catch up the latest political situations; one must read is Martin Armstrong’s blog.  I find an … Continue reading

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