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
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
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]
Researchers know the first day of the Mayan Calendar, but do not know the reason behind it.
Earth Initial Conditions
The initial conditions of Earth were much different than today: one big continent, an atmosphere much richer in hydrogen, helium and oxygen, and an ice layer.
A basalt mountain formed along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge which broke the original super-continent (Pangaea).
Earth's Surface Is Not a Closed System
Cosmic rays penetrate Earth’s magnetic shield. They penetrate and fuse with atoms inside rocks and material on the surface of the Earth, creating heavy isotopes.
One Inch per Year
The assertion that continental drift has been ongoing from the ancient past until now is due to the geological principle: “The present is the key to the past.”
The sedimentation rate of rivers and glaciers is way too slow to cover fish, birds and animals before they decay beyond recognition.
Two planets were born between Mars and Jupiter:
Illo and Smithereens
They each had at least one moon: Pluto and Ceres;
but they crashed together: The Killer Crash
Learn more from Mass Vortex Theory (the book is due out soon).
8 planets with a total of 146 moons comprise our
Solar System, as officially confirmed by NASA (April 2015).
The remains of planet Illo is a moon of Jupiter.
The remains of Smithereens is distributed across
the Asteroid Belt, Earth’s moon, the Sun and the Kuiper Belt.
8 of the moons from the Killer Crash are found
in the Kuiper Belt and 1 is in the Scattered Disc.