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Does Recently (2012) Declassified Data Falsify Plate Tectonics?

FOR USE ONLY WITH FEATURE STORY, NOT FOR COMMERCIAL STOCK Bathymetric model of the North Atlantic. 3-D satellite and bathymetry model showing the topography of the Earth’s crust over the North Atlantic. Iceland (centre) sits on a central-oceanic ridge that is extremely volcanically active. Lava pushing up beneath this ridge forces the North American plate (left) and the Eurasian plate (lower right) apart. This process is known as plate tectonics. This image was created by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) using measurments from the ERS-1 satellite.

AP EDITOR INTRODUCTION: In the past ‘Continental Drift’ was not popular and considered a fairy tale. But then it was recently proven that indeed the continents had drifted away from each other. Therefore the ‘scientists’ were hard up to find a scientific solution to this phenomenon. And so they came up with “Plate tectonics” as a recent initial ‘explanation’ to the enigma of the continents looking like they fit together. Plate tectonics has certain components that are based on guesswork, like subduction for example. The “subduction” theory surmised that the continental plates would slip under other plates and bend downward and melt in the magma under the plates, where as at other places the plates would come and be formed from under other plates. Then comes along Dr. Smoot who mapped the earth’s entire ocean floor over 35 years and discovered that subduction does not happen at all, and the theory is bogus. WHY do Darwinian scientists hold on to the theory? Because the only other theory that is observed and does make sense is the so-called ‘Hydroplate Theory’ of Dr. Walt Brown, but blasted, “Brown is a creationist.” Voila! That’s why they hold on to a disproven theory. Enjoy Dr. Walt Brown’s And Smoot’s explanation:

By Dr. Walt Brown

Ocean floors constitute 70% of earth’s solid surface. They were largely unexplored between 1957 and 1970, when the plate tectonic (PT) theory was developed. It was frequently said that we knew more about Mars than about the ocean floor. As a result, the PT theory, which primarily attempts to explain features on the ocean floor, was developed in the blind, without the data needed to formulate it or test it. Why then was plate tectonics accepted with enthusiasm?

A Brewing Crisis. Before PT, the only theory that tried to explain earth’s major surface features was the 1912 continental drift theory. It claimed, as its name implies, that the amazing and obvious jig-saw fit of the east coast of the Americas with the west coast of Europe and Africa is because the continents drifted apart. No one knew why a supercontinent broke apart or how the pieces could move. Did thousands of miles of solid rock plow through thousands of miles of solid rock? Why couldn’t the earth-science experts explain the fit that the public could plainly see? (You who have read pages 110434, now understand all that—and much more.) Continue reading Does Recently (2012) Declassified Data Falsify Plate Tectonics?


Evidence Accumulates for Ancient Transoceanic Voyages, Says Geographer

An expert’s journey across controversial gap in history of the New World

By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times| June 8, 2016 AT 1:47 PM

Theories on the fringe of science sometimes slowly work their way into the core as the evidence accumulates.

“A classic example is the continental drift [theory],” said cultural geographer Stephen C. Jett, professor emeritus at the University of California–Davis. “In 1955, if you believed in continental drift, you were laughed at. In 1965, if you didn’t believe in continental drift, you were laughed at.”

He was a geography student while this dramatic change in opinion occurred, and he took the example to heart. Encouraged by a professor of his at Johns Hopkins University, Jett started a decades-long investigation into another controversial theory.


Mainstream anthropology and archaeology holds that Norse expeditions around 1000 A.D. were the only ones to make it to the New World before Christopher Columbus landed in the 15th century. But on the fringes are multiple theories about other successful pre-Columbian expeditions. These theories are placed under the umbrella of “diffusionism.” Continue reading Evidence Accumulates for Ancient Transoceanic Voyages, Says Geographer

Earliest Colonisation of Post-Flood Earth before Pangaea’s Division by Continental Drift & Hydro Planing

By Lu • January 1, 2016 • 34 views

Dr. Walt Brown suspects and theorises that the division of the Earth’s continents by hydro-planing of the newly split crustal continents along the fault lines – now mid-oceanic rifts – to their present positions, took place immediately at the end of the Flood year!

If that would be so, then the question arises: How in the world did the megalith builders in Peru have time to build their first harbour and “Sungate temple” complex there in Tiahuanacu, which was originally at sea-level but got lifted several thousand meters up into the air, winding up as a salt water inland sea now called Lake Titicaca?

But IF the continents did not separate immediately after the Flood — as this writer suspects — then the earliest ship-builders (made of Lebanese cedars) and world explorers, sailors, and mappers, like Cham, Canaan, Neptune (Naptuhim), Mizraim (Zeus), Atlas, Poseidon and their sons, sailing from the earliest civilisation centers of the world, Sumer in Mesopotamia and Egypt in North Africa, who were the earliest colonisers, would not have had to cross large oceans to reach these budding civilisation centers, which we now call the Valdivia (Equador), Caral, & Nazca cultures, and the megalithic centers of Sacsayhuman in Peru, Puma Punku and Tiahuanacu near Lake Titicaca on the border with Bolivia. See how Earth would have  looked like just after the Flood’s super-critical water fountains had carved up Pangaea with kilometers wide and deep channels, before continental drift took place.

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Why & How Did Earth’s Pangaea’s Crust Crack! An Ancient Mystery Solved?

by Lu Paradise • December 28, 2012 • 10 Comments  •  1,599 views

The early Earth, we can safely assume, did not start out cracked like this egg from its pristine beginnings.


Scientists now agree that the early Earth featured just one original continent named ‘Pangaea’, reminiscent of Chinese history’s ‘Panku.’ Historians and geologists have no clue what actually hit the Earth’s crust, or how the upper layer of 8 km thick oceanic crust and 35-60 km continental crust got cracked, nor why its fragments or plates then began to drift apart from each other, other than labeling it ‘plate tectonics & subduction’. That’s about as good an explanation as blaming “why there are murders” on “violence.” It does not explain what cracked ‘Pangaea’ in the first place, which would also indicate the real cause of why the continents drifted apart!

This article aims to try to solve this foundational mystery: “Why and how did Pangaea’s crust crack!”

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