Category Archives: Hare-brained theories

Hare-brained theories

Electric Universe?

I’m having second thoughts about the Electric Universe Model because of the fact that both electrons and protons of the solar wind are moving in the same direction in the solar E (electric) field.  The two particles should be moving … Continue reading

Posted in Hare-brained theories | Leave a comment

Lunar Lunacies

Historical revisionism seems to create all sorts of unintended consequences such as a digression described by Tim Cullen at Malaga Bay where he suspects the Julian Calendar, first implemented by Julius Caesar in 65 BC, seems to have been based … Continue reading

Posted in Aboriginal Myths, Archaeology, Catastrophism, Climate Change, Hare-brained theories | 8 Comments

Messiahs, Mahdis, Middle East Madness and Prophecies

American journalist Eric Margolis has penned a perceptive article on the move of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  The move is all about the conservative judeo-christians setting up the pre-requisites for the arrival of the Messiah as … Continue reading

Posted in Hare-brained theories | 4 Comments

A Fact Changing Moment (apologies to J.M. Keynes).

One of geology’s mysteries is the formation of the vast topographic depressions, now filled with water, known as the oceans.  The major peculiarity is the apparent matching of the borders of the various land masses that led to the theory … Continue reading

Posted in Hare-brained theories, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Medieval Madness or Mainstream Mountains of Muddles

Sacha Dobler has written on the Black Death and Abrupt Earth Changes in the 14th Century . In its latest version the postscript is a translated excerpt from a Konrad von Megenberg, 1349 The Book of Nature, 2. Part: earthquake p. … Continue reading

Posted in Catastrophism, Hare-brained theories | Leave a comment

Alternative Views

I came across an interesting website summarising many taboo topics including Velikovskian themes, Tesla history and associated ideas, some rather ancient, leading to the observation that there isn’t all that much new under the sun. I’m still bogged down in … Continue reading

Posted in Hare-brained theories, Philosophy, Science | 4 Comments

Scythian Situations

I’m reading Ginenthal’s first of the Pillars of History series again in which it is shown the Sumerians never existed and were actually the Chaldeans, (Gunnar Heinsohn’s interpretation).  Associated with this argument was the identification of the Scythians who had … Continue reading

Posted in Hare-brained theories, History | 10 Comments