Catastrophism, Earth Sciences, Paradigms

Ice Age theory or Crust Displacement?

29 Apr , 2014  

    A standard representation of the last glacial maxim    The Myth of the Ice Age and the Logic of Crust Displacement   So the language of Science became the object of Science, and what had begun as perception unmediated by concepts became conception unmediated by percepts -S. Tyler   In the above quote, […]

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Archaeology, Earth Sciences

Prehistoric caribou hunting structure discovered beneath Lake Huron

29 Apr , 2014  

  “Underwater archaeologists have discovered evidence of prehistoric caribou hunts that provide unprecedented insight into the social and seasonal organization of early peoples in the Great Lakes region. An article detailing the discovery of a 9,000-year-old caribou hunting drive lane under Lake Huron appears in today’s issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. […]

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Earth Sciences, Science

Weird Magnetic Anomaly Reveals Ancient Tectonic Crash

7 Apr , 2014  

“The east coast of North America was once as wild as the West, with massive mountains rising between colliding tectonic plates, volcanoes belching lava and giant faults slicing the crust. That’s because millions of years ago, eastern North America was part of Gondwana and Pangaea, the supercontinentsthat formed as Earth’s tectonic plates collided, split apart, and […]

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Evidence of a comet that rained ‘a shockwave of fire’ detected on Earth

9 Oct , 2013  

“A comet that struck Earth around 28 million years ago annihilated part of modern-day Egypt — but managed to leave behind a few relics for modern scientists to marvel over. According to a team of South African researchers, a small pebble discovered by an Egyptian geologist in 1996 has been identified as having come from […]