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Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] review: hab theory

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  • aumsparky@earthlink.net
    the general post to all members was not directed at any specific person. there are many who try to promote blogs, websites, or other groups. webcasts, and
    Message 1 of 6 , Aug 12, 2011
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         the general post to all members was not directed at any specific person.  there are many who try to promote blogs, websites, or other groups.  webcasts, and events also fall into this category.  offer some content to the group for discussion, and a link will be permitted in the signature area.  for profit links are not permitted. 
         for the record, brown's hab theory was published in 1967.  hapgood published the sliding crust theory in 1958.  brown's book gave some proofs and speculation in support of hapgood's theory. 
         ive yet to see any geological conditions on earth that support massive or rapid sliding of the crust of the earth.  in ky and wv, one can note how the surface was squeezed together, leaving hills and hollers.  in other areas, we see strata tilted up from the horizontal. 
         greenland is large enough to qualify as a continent, being larger than australia.  if greenland and australia were to move rapidly enough to quick-freeze mammoth, the global disaster might extinguish all life.  it seems much worse than earth rolling over in space, and not likely.  a shift of axis is bad enough, 2/3 of humanity could perish. 
         cayce did say that australia had been near madagascar.  i dont recall a date given for that time.  not sure if we can conclude that the crust slided, or the plate rotated, as they are known to do.  in either case it was probably a slow change, over thousands of years.  imagine the heat generated from friction, if a continent moved rapidly 80 degrees.  the move would make life extinct, imho.   if the sea penetrated the edge to the magma during the slide, the steam explosion would be deadly, throwing mountains far into the air. 
       
      mike
       
       
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