From whence came the great sheets of ice that covered much of the earth during the ice ages? The ice was deposited rapidly, freezing mammoths in mid-chew on their tropical plant dinners. This astounding book describes the “canopy theory” of planetary development, that is, a spherical shell of mineral and water rotated at a distance from earth’s surface. Periodically minerals would fall, creating the stratification found in sedimentary rock and ice would fall, creating the geologically short-lived ice ages which disappeared as the ice melted.
February 21, 2012 Earth’s clouds got a little lower — about one percent on average — during the first decade of this century, finds a new NASA-funded university study based…Read More
Our galaxy may be awash in homeless planets, wandering through space instead of orbiting a star. n fact, there may be 100,000 more “nomad planets” in the Milky Way than…Read More
(Modern Mechanix, March 1922) Are X-Rays Outclassed by Powerful New “Odic Ray”? DISCOVERY of “odic rays” of high penetration produced simply by the electric current drawn from an ordinary light…Read More
by Gerry Vassilatos CELESTA MOBILIS Quantitative inertial science has built for itself a grand theory which supposedly explains all the observed celestial movements. Modern astronomy satisfies itself by explaining that…Read More