“This made me think of your book,” says reader Ronald Baker. “Imagine the reactions that take place during magnetic reversals.”
But, but, but, haven’t we been told that hydrocarbons are fossil fuels? That they come from decomposing vegetation and ancient dinosaurs? … Continue reading
Where else do those “fossil fuel” lakes come from?
“A geomagnetic reversal may happen sooner than expected,”
It doesn’t require super incredible heat to create nanodiamonds!
Electronics engineer says the Carolina Bays look exactly like ESD, electrostatic discharge, on the surface of semiconductor chips.
Talking about “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps”
“The current administration’s concept to replace a large part of imported crude oil with “homegrown” stuff from algae is akin to superstition.” Making fuel from coal or limestone “would be much easier and more straightforward.”
New discovery validates my theories. “Carbon Rain.” That’s the title of chapter 12 in Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, wherein I propose that carbon rains from the sky at extinctions.
Astronomers are now able to forecast rain – methane rain – on Saturn’s biggest moon Titan.