Additional Thoughts On Gaia

September 26, 2020 A fiery ball of molten lava – the beginning of our planet, four and a half billion years ago. There was no atmosphere, no oceans, and no rock, as we know it; the conditions were too hot for the molten material to form solids. But, slowly, things cooled, and five hundred million […]

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The Cracked Egg

August 29, 2020  The thing that I call the Holy Grail, it is not just about a cup, or religion. For me it encompasses many different subjects. Earth and its geologic processes is a main area of interest. Our former overlords, the Annunaki, the bible’s god, gave us the Ennuma Elish. This document gives us […]

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Water Everywhere

May 31, 2020 The biblical book of Genesis calls it Tia, which is short for Tiamat, the word means watery monster. We call it Earde or Earth; it formed 4.8 billion years ago in the space between Mars and Jupiter. At that time, planetary orbits had not settled in to their present configurations, 4 billion […]

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Thoughts on Gaia

Thursday, 11 February 2016 Thoughts on Gaia There are rocks in northern Canada that are 4 billion years old and there are places on earth where the continental crust is better than twelve miles thick and extend to forty-five miles, and the average altitude of all the continents is about 2000 feet. It’s been shown that […]

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