Category Archives: Geology

Expanding Earth Theories or Models

One of the main objections to the Carey model of earth expansion was Carey’s invocation of the creation of mass inside the Earth’s core to fuel interpreted earth expansion. Creation of matter from nothing is not scientific, but earth expansion … Continue reading

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Changing Climate Changes

A popular view that one or more cometary impacts affected the Earth 12,900 years ago, initiating the Younger Dryas period, triggering rapid climate change, seems to have been debunked by recent research according to the GeologyPage website. One line of … Continue reading

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Plate Tectonic Problems?

I received a heads-up on a recent published paper in Geophysical Research Letters by Wang, Kusky and Capitanio, titled Ancient Continental Lithosphere Dislocated Beneath Ocean Basins along the Mid-Lithosphere Discontinuity: A Hypothesis. The hypothesis is purported to explain the presence of anomalous … Continue reading

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Gravity and Oceans

Introduction The Google Earth software has turned out to be an excellent tool for observing the Earth’s surface features though it cannot be considered the direct equivalent of an optical camera since much image processing is needed to produce the … Continue reading

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Tsunami Alert US

An 8.2 scale earthquake under Mexico reported. Pacific coast * AN EARTHQUAKE WITH A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 8.2 OCCURRED OFF THE COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO AT 0449 UTC ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 2017. * TSUNAMI WAVES HAVE BEEN OBSERVED. * … Continue reading

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Harvey Happenings

Looks like Hurricane Harvey dumped a lot of water onto the south eastern part of Texas causing immense flooding and destruction of property – a natural disaster if there was one.  The geological implications are interesting, though, for the sheer … Continue reading

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Historical Revisionism

One of the reasons geologists don’t involve themselves with human history and the geological record is a result of the dominance of the Darwinian Evolution paradigm and its antecedent, Lyellian geological uniformitarianism. In this paradigm humans and their civilisations are … Continue reading

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