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.
Proof that we Live Inside of the Globe Koreshans’ Startling Claim That Their Theory Is Demonstrated by Experiments and Surveys — Scientific Revolution to Follow. from Chicago Sunday Times-Herald, July…Read More
By Franklin Ellsworth Clarke Conventional thinkers too often express the desire for “new science perspectives”. In this theme, they lift up their voices in the midst of a present scientific…Read More
By Vincent H. Gaddis On the evening of October 8, 1871, the Midwestern states lay hot and parched beneath a clear sky. For three months there had been a drought,…Read More