By Bryan Nickel Standard accepted theories of limestone formation though oft repeated, do not provide sufficient detail to show actual mechanisms that would support generation of the thick deposits on earth today. They also do not answer very important questions that arise when studying the chemistry of limestone formation.
Walt Brown’s Hydroplate theory provides answers to these ignored problems using scientific cause to effect reasoning which is grounded in mechanics and chemistry rather than popularity and imagination. As suspected, that would also rule out that the limestone megaliths (Giza Sphinx & Baalbek megaliths) are “pre-flood” artifacts. They are actually standing ON limestone strata.
The dark patches on the moon are most likely the result of bombardment by materials being ejected from the deep “fountains of the Earth” into space which impacted the moons surface. The cooling of the moons surface must have still been in the early stages.
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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