[quote=555]Hey Preston, I’ll dig up some links and a pdf or two and post them for your consideration. I’m also interested in your thoughts on the impact crater and resulting chevron’s on the south end of Madagascar as well as the one in the New Zealand. Are you familiar with the Holocene Impact working group? http://tsun.sscc.ru/hiwg/hiwg.htm [/quote]
Wow yes I am, actually. If I’m not mistaken that’s the group who attributed the Chevron deposits to the impact crater in the Indian Ocean? My only issue with tsunami waves based on an impact or an earthquake is that the Chevron deposits all face the same direction – ie, it seems to me that the water therefore sloshed up over land the same way. You can see older deposits in some areas, covered by newer ones – criss-crossing in some cases – maybe from older crust movements?
Now, obviously i don’t know this for sure lol so I am open to anything
Hey Robert, do you have any good references I could use to look more into what you mentioned above?
[quote=546]Sometimes you just have to see for yourself, these things which so many have kept quiet. Boots on the ground! we are flying first class, right? [/quote]
Hah, i wouldn’t mind my first, first class trip to be Nan Madol!
Yes thanks for this Dave, when I get home I will dig more into this. Let’s just finalize it – we are going there!
Thanks for the link Majeed, I’m actually not familiar with this man, gonna read it over!
John should be on around 7 EAST or so tonight, hope everyone tunes in!
Hmm I consider myself to be pretty well versed in the UFO topic but I’m not familiar with this man! Thanks for the link, gonna check it out
hmm yeah i updated you to keymaster etc, we’l have to see if others can post as ‘subscriber’ or w/e
Another interview with Sheldrake on his book “Science Set Free”
Hmm won’t let me do the ‘quote’, but I agree@