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Your’s was a bad date, mine was a catastrophe

catastrophic dates

Transformation of chemical elements, due to solar plasma storm waves, might change dating results for specific techniques. Traces of an enormous solar storm that battered the atmosphere and showered Earth in radioactive particles more than 2,500 years ago have been discovered under the Greenland ice sheet. Scientists studying ice nearly half a kilometre beneath the …

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Glacier thermal regime change

glacier thermal regime change

If you know so little about thermal properties of glacial ice covering large mountains then how can you construct accurate future and past global warming models? Working at heights of up to 5,200 metres on the Khumbu Glacier, the research team used a specially adapted car wash unit that produced a pressurised jet of hot …

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New explosive Deep Impact craters

Hayabusa 2 Deep Impact

What will happen when a metal cannon ball is smashed into the rock like asteroid Ryugu at 300 meters per second? Or when scientists hope to explosively create the peregrine falcon crater using explosives on its surface? Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 will attempt to collect a sample of rock from an asteroid on 22 February… …

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Plastered subduction zones

Subduction zones plate tectonics

Physical and observable evidence for geological subduction zones, or, transformed rock by electromagnetic geology forces and process? Assemblages of pillow basalts and associated radiolarian cherts are often indicative of subduction zone processes where shallow marine rocks are deformed, metamorphosed, and plastered onto a continental margin to form a coastal mountain range. The black rock with …

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Long distance geology, mate

grand canyon Australia

Similar rock types found on island of Tasmania Australia and in the lower layers of the Grand Canyon USA? Originally formed in same area on old supercontinent Rodinia, then plate tectonics has separated them and moved them a continent apart? Transformation of chemical elements in situ by similar electromagnetic geological forces? Created in old Grand …

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