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Theia and the Origin of the Moon and Earth's Extinct Debris Field

Sometimes an idea is so distant from our current understanding that it seems fantasy and not fact.  Coupled to this a lack of mathematical understanding and the new idea is even more impenetrable.  337 more words

Scientific Theories

Lake Mills, Wisconsin and the Extreme Antiquity of North American Sites

In the United States there are many strange and anomalous sites and artifacts and, in fact, such things are spread far and wide over the entire North American Continent. 539 more words

Ancient Civilization

Was the Old Man in the Mountain an over 800 Million Year Artifact?

The Old Man in the Mountain is the name of rock feature that existed in the Franconia Notch State Park in the State of New Hampshire in the United States of America.  956 more words

Ancient Civilization

“How” evolution works: Axioms and arrogance in today’s science… [OR: Why we need a philosophical tsunami to break the tea cup]

Research led by the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) and the University of Washington has shown that the biological diversity needed for evolution can be generated by changes in protein modifications. 321 more words

Words. Making the world collapse…

Physicists have a habit of depicting their discipline as “beautiful” or “elegant”, where an outsider might be forgiven for seeing no more than an endless morass of equations. 187 more words

Archaeological Error and the Extreme Antiquity of Civilization.

Almost two weeks ago I was interviewed by a radio talk show.  They wanted to know why my research conclusions are correct and main line scientific work is dubious.  616 more words

Ancient Civilization

Drawing with or without lenses and mirrors. Craving for meaning in life. Science as a dead-end.

In a paper published in the Journal of Optics, Mr. O’Neill lays out a theory that Rembrandt set up flat and concave mirrors to project his subjects – including himself – onto surfaces before painting or etching them. 293 more words