Category Archives: Geology

Hydritic Earth Theory

Hydritic Earth Theory seems another of those fringe theories confronting Plate Tectonics and like the latter suffers from Lyellianism, that: “In Earth Science, a most fundamental premise is that the chemical composition of the planet is the basis for its … 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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Quartz Sand Silliness

I was checking up on the meaning of the phrase “Granite-wash” that is the source rock for natural gas in Oklahoma and Texas.¬† It seems that some deep drilling was done years ago and the hole stopped in molten sulphur … 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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Tsunamis & Deluges

There seems to be a fairly popular belief that tsunamis, or seismically initiated hydraulic waves, are capable of mass transport of sediment including enormous boulders, gravels, cobbles, sands and silts, as inferred from various sedimentary strata and unlithified accumulations of … Continue reading

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The Wandering Poles

Geology makes use of the fact that fossilised magnetism in igneous rocks, puport to document the field strength and direction of the geomagnetic field during the Earth’s evolution allowing the theory of plate tectonics, for example, to develop. Other examples … Continue reading

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Gravity Update

One of life’s little joys is sorting out one’s digital file archives collected over the years and I chanced on a backup of a thumb drive I used when I was working in 2009 for Brumby Resources NL and supervising … Continue reading

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