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Birkeland’s cosmic web

cosmic web birkeland plasma

Is there a cosmic web of Birkeland filaments? The hidden tendrils of dark matter that underlie the visible Universe may have been traced out for the first time. Cosmology theory predicts that galaxies are embedded in a cosmic web of “stuff”, most of which is dark matter. Astronomers obtained the first direct images of a […]

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No peak ring craters on ice moons?

peak rings

Do all ice moons not have peak ring craters? If icy moon craters do not have a central ring of mountains then why not? The term peak ring was first used to describe the often discontinuous mountainous ring that rises above the floor of large craters on the Moon. Peak rings are internal to the […]

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Chronology and Catastrophism Review 2016:3

Chronology & Catastrophism Review

The latest Chronology & Catastrophism Review (2016:3) magazine from SIS (Society for Interdisciplinary Studies) is another great edition for those with an interest in chronological revisionism, catastrophe, Velikovsky and the Electric Universe theory. The Society is not an EU theory organisation but there is obviously some crossover through Immanuel Velikovsky’s ideas that have helped inspire […]

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Palaeontologists suggest 1 day fossilization

La Bajada Patagonian Highlands fossils instantly quickly

Paleontologists investigating a massive fossil area in Argentina have suggested that the fossilization may have happened within 1 day. That is nearly instant fossilisation compared to the traditional paleontologist theories on how things are fossilized over a very long time. The fossils were preserved almost immediately, in less than a day in some cases. “You […]

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No plants but coal still formed?

coal britain formation

If coal is formed by very slow natural process and has been formed in most geological ages then it must have been started to be created in the most recent geology periods? And how was coal created when there were no plants on land, before there were land plants? Mind the coal gap The wide, […]

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Instantly fossilised? Lantern fruit into coal?

fossils coal fruits lantern Physalis infinemundi

A delicate berry and its even more delicate lantern covering has not only been fossilized and discovered but has been partially turned to coal. The lantern fruits are said to be 52 million years old. How did they survive in the first place, how were these fragile fruit plants fossilized without apparently being destroyed and […]

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Waking up in a coal bed

coal britain

Why does a large proportion of Great Britain rest on coal fields? Why are massive coal beds so close to […]

Happy Saturnalia?

saturn blind seers

Happy Saturnalia! Happy Saturnalia? What did and could the historic races have seen? The King is Dead, In Roman mythology, […]

EU=mc2 ?

e = mc2

Does E=mc2 or EU=mc2? E or EU = mc2 or? Is it Albert Einstein’s equation of E=mc2 in a Gravity […]

The birth of dark matter

Vera Rubin birth of dark matter theory

Vera Rubin’s observations led to the birth of dark matter theory and all dark stuff including dark flow. She observed […]

The lie of the land

The COMET mission should provide unparalleled detailed observation of planet Earth’s surface and any millimetre changes to its height and […]