Welcome To The Companion Website for The Continental Cataclysm

An Earth Science Scandal

An Earth Science Scandal exposes the fact that high-Z energetic particles regularly penetrate Earth’s magnetic shield to strike Earth’s surface and create trace amounts of  radiometric isotopes; this removes the theoretical underpinnings of radiometric dating for dates over 7000 years.

Pangaea: The Lost Continent

Planet Earth started with one big flat continent, one shallow ocean and an ice layer about 14 km above the surface. This part of the Series takes you back in time to explore the features and conditions of life on Earth at the time of Pangaea. [image by the author]

Evidence from Calendars

Isolation resulting from the Cataclysm caused new people-groups to form. In isolation, they developed their own cultural identities and calendars. The oldest calendar-chronologies from the Mayan and Hebrew people-groups have known start dates prior to the Cataclysm; they provide evidence for when the Cataclysm occurred. [Mayan Calendar image by Brian, NCReedplayer/Flickr]

The Continental Cataclysm

Earth’s original continental crust broke along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge a long time ago.
Then 400 years later: large pieces broke away, slid off the Ridge
and hydroplaned away from it, creating tectonic plates and mountains.
[image by Bob Butcher of Anchorage, Alaska]

The Sun Has It All

The Sun contains 99.86% of the mass of the Solar System. Thus, without the extra precision, the mass of the Sun is 100% or all of the Solar System’s mass. And this means that the total mass of the planets amounts to no more than rounding error.

Lack of Randomness

All the planet orbits line up in a plane called the ecliptic that cuts through the Sun’s equator

Earth has a Nuclear Furnace

About 50% of the heat given off by Earth is generated by the decay of radioactive elements such as uranium and thorium according to research results from an international team of physicists (July 2011).

Thickness of Continental Crust Varies Greatly

According to US Geological Survey: “Continents reach their greatest thickness – up to 45 mi (70 km) below mountain ranges, and are thinnest 10-15 mi (16-24 km) beneath rifts, aulocogens, shields, and continental margins.” The outer layer of sedimentary rock is about 1.8 (2.9 km) deep on top of solid granite.

Earth Features A Lot of Water

The total amount of water on the earth in the ocean, lakes and atmosphere is 333 million cubic miles (1.39 billion cubic km) according to the US Geological Survey. Imagine  a huge empty swimming pool that is 1 mile deep, 1 mile long and 1 mile wide; then think of filling it up 1 gallon at a time… that’s just 1 of 333 million.

Planets Born

Moons Born

Current Planets

Current Moons


Two planets were born between Mars and Jupiter.

One or both of them had moons;
but they crashed together: The Killer Crash

Learn more from The Birth of the Earth.


8 planets with a total of 146 moons comprise our
Solar System, as officially confirmed by NASA (April 2015).

The remains of one original planet is a moon of Jupiter.
The remains of the other missing planet is now known as the Asteroid Belt.

8 of the moons from the Killer Crash are found
in the Kuiper Belt and 1 is in the Scattered Disc.

Which Is a Better Explanation: Standard Theory or Mass Vortex Theory


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