Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Is Genesis history?

This geologist nicely makes the case for castrophic alteration of the global surface.  The most critical arguement that must be understood is that all forms of layering must be quick.  There are exceptions of course, but they must  also be exceptional rather than the other way around.

What is generally not plausible is uniform smooth plane production above sea level.  All of that is exposed to catastrophic water and wind action literally day after day.  Yet we see sedimentary stacks whose interfaces are smooth and even if formed in the ocean are subject to variable stacking. 

As this geologists makes clear it is much easier to envisage a rapid sediment accumulation from high turbidity water over a sustained period.  We do see this form of layering in flood conditions.  Of course the stack exposed in the Grand Canyon and extended over all North America beggars the imagination as we must then qustion the continuity of marine life fossilized.  It does not seem possible.  Yet the rest of the story is as difficult.

My own work on the Pleistocene Nonconformity is a large body of global confirmations and an expanding event model.  What must be first accepted mentally is that the global crust itself shifted fifteen degrees south through an arc from the North Pole to the  center of Hudson Bay.  This nicely eliminates all ninetenth century objections to the Ice Age paradigm.  Sort of important.

This shift was caused by the targeted impact of a comet on the North Pole and its ice sheet transferring momentum to the dcrust.  The past decade has seen a steady accumulation of hard evidence for this impact.  I published originally in my blog in 2007 based  on far less hard data.  The good news is that the earth could survive such an impact.  Other options were not so lucky. 

Conjecture:  It was done deliberately in order to shift the gulf of Mexico North in  order to power up the Gulf Stream and end the whole Norther Ice Age and produce the Holocene.  This event all took place around 13,000 BP and obviously ushered in the  known Younger Dryas.  No one accepts any of this yet, but that is were we are headed.  Right now folks are accepting the impact itself.

Here is the next headache.   I have the physics now to support the conjecture that all planets are hollow shells that are around a couple of hundred miles thick.  I did not go looking for this and dismissed hollow Earth tales as wishful fantasy.  What this means is that an oceanic water mass exists on the inner surface and that we have likely a polar passage through the shell now blocked with a mud plug at the least.  Sure looks like Hudson Bay and its effective counterpart in Antarctica..

What i am not getting is disproof and that is what we should expect plenty of here.

What this clearly implies is that the crustal shift rocked the bulk of the interior ocean into the Polar regions and forced the water out through the mud plugs there while the rotational disturbance settled down.  This would easily have lifted the global ocean level by initially hundreds of feet while mobalizing vast sediments and also scouring the Earh's surface in many places as well for more sediments.

At the same time, the shift brought about a change in local curvature globally with both pressure ridges and stretching zones leading to collapses on a continaental scale This is actually easy enough to simulate and it is not surprising that we have the Andes and the Ring of  Fire for that matter as well as the Himalayas.  Just map the arc  of rotation.

Before this global event our mountains were essentally  like the Apalacheans. That means low and eroded marking crustal adjustments over large time spans.   These other events are all catastrophic and are all now eroding rapidy over the next millions of years.  They are falling apart in front of us if we care to look.

It is also reasonable that our oceans before all this were all contained outside the continetal shelf.

 After the event the waters drained back slowly through channels like Hudson Strait into their original beds in the inner crust  and left a full mud plug behind as the ice melted away.

This presentation shows us those areas in which long time must fail and this coincides nicely with our expectations..


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