Conversation on a Discord chat today resulting from discussion of Neal Adams’ amazing 207 animated video Science: 01 – Conspiracy: Earth is Growing! (10 min) – https://youtu.be/oJfBSc6e7QQ
ScottAlberts – Today at 1:14 PM:
That continents that we have were connected at one point, that is pretty much accepted. So we have a single continent on one side of the world. The other side of the world is impacted by another planet(oid?), blasting whatever was there out into space exposing the mantle. In a vacuum, liquids automatical ball into a sphere. When this happened it ripped this other continent(Pangaea as it is called) into pieces, exposing the magma between them. Most, if not all of the oceans vaporized, cooling the exposed magma( to a point) and eventually raining back down to refill the barren spaces between our present continents. Indeed the crust beneath the oceans are far younger, and much thinner as well. And they do continue to drift and you can see the stretch marks that cover the bottom in the mid Atlantic. But if the separation had occured slowly over time they would str3tch across the entirety of the ocean floor, from continental shelf to continental shelf, but they do.not. Therefore the initial separation happened so quickly that ridges were not able to form. There is no such rift in the Pacific, or any stretch mark, indicating that they were not pulled apart. Subduction on the west coast of the Americas and the east coast of Asia indicates that rather, they are being pushed toward each other.
bruce.reid – Today at 1:59 PM:
@ScottAlberts – OK, I’m very familiar with the Pangea theory. I basically am not moved by anything being “pretty much accepted,” though. There is no forensic evidence for how the continents of a broken-up Pangea wandered over the supposedly enormous ocean bed of a world that was theoretically the same size as present day Earth. Additionally, there is the apparent evidence that when one gradually removes the ocean floors that seem to have spread from the under-ocean rifts in concordance with the age dating of the under-ocean magmas, ALL of the continents of the world nest neatly with each other on a much smaller planet that has no oceans, only inland seas.
I don’t see convincing evidence of the “subduction” that would be required for the continents to wander all over the planet, which would require the disappearance of massive extents of the existing ocean bed. There then would, obviously, be large remaining areas of the ocean beds which date back to the time of the formation of the crust of Pangea, and there are not.
And, there absolutely is a Pacific Rift. Most of it is directly along the edge of the North American Western Continental Shelves in the Northern Hemisphere, and it then moves out into the ocean at the Gulf of California and heads down toward Antarctica. This is even covered in the mind-control institution Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Pacific_Rise – though they of course see this in the context of the supposedly massive subduction required to explain the relatively rapid crustal expansion that the rise of magma at the rift would require for the ocean bed to remain roughly the same size as the expansion continues to occur.
East Pacific Rise – The East Pacific Rise is a mid-oceanic ridge, a divergent tectonic plate boundary located along the floor of the Pacific Ocean. It separates the Pacific Plate to the west from (north to south) the North American Plate, the Rivera Plate, the Cocos Plate, the Nazca Plate, and th… (from Wikipedia)
I don’t agree that there is evidence, based on physical data or indigenous traditions, of a cataclysmic event on the scale you outline above. If something of magnitude had ever happened (and it would have to have been tens of millions of years ago) no human life would have survived, nor any moderately advanced life on the planet. Then also there would have to be vast expanses of the ocean beds all formed at one and the same time, for which there is no evidence.
IMO, the “Subduction of the West Coast of the Americas” is just one more example of proponents of the frozen-in-time “official stories” of propaganda science to pull explanations out of thin air to protect lies instituted in coopted Academia, who have been bought lock-stock-and-barrel by the world of finance capital allied with the global mind-control agenda.
These my considered opinions. Where do you think stars come from? What powers them IF IT ISN’T nuclear fusion, but instead energy emerging from within them from and omnipresent Aether, which explains things more coherently, I think. And if energy is emerging WITHIN the stars, why couldn’t it emerge within planets, which are likely also living organisms. Perhaps Life is very different than the Big Bang – Deteriorating Universe theorists which now have humanity collectively in their grips would have us believe.
BTW, I have personal experience that this Aetheric energy also arises within us from the center of our being.
ScottAlberts – Today @ 2:25 PM:
According to the Sumerians , the “gods” told them that this was what had occured. Humans were not around at that time. The Pacific rift does not operate iin quite the same way as the Atlantic. And the 200,000 year oldish crust at the bottom of the sea, coincides roughly with the Permian/Triassic extinction in which nearly all life on the planet died. Recent studies have shown that we were indeed impacted by a planet or planetoid at some point in the past. I’m just connecting dots my friend. I do not believe in the big bang theory or in a deteriorating universe. But an infinite and eternal one in a continual process of evolution. And that energy that you have felt arising from the core of your being is very real and measurable up to 3 feet outside of your physical being. We are not conscious because we have a body. We have a body because we are conscious. Our planet puts out a tremendous amount of energy. It has a pulse of a sort. It is very much alive and is continuously evolving as all life does.
Bruce-Reid – Today @ 3:09 PM:
@ScottAlberts – I think the Sumarian “gods” were likely the Annunaki – The Sumarian tablets seem to show this. The evidence presented by Michael Tellinger and Credo Mutwa shows that both the mining of gold, and the genetic modification of humanity may have taken place in South Africa circa 200,000 years ago. BTW, there is evidence that advanced humanoids may have lived on Earth millions of years ago. In this cycle, we certainly go back on the order of 2 million years or so. The Annunaki seem to me to have created the controlled, stratified societies that emerged after the cataclysm of around 13,000 years ago in Sumeria, Egypt and the Indus Valley. IMO, the Annunaki may be involved in human affairs to this day, working to enslave humanity. If so, they would hardly be a reliable source of information on our history. The ocean bottom crusts of the world have been dated to tens of millions of years of age – and are younger at the rift zones and older near to the continental shelves. Yes the Earth has been impacted by celestial objects, but nothing even close to the magnitude that would be required to obliterate half of the ocean floors on the opposite side of the world from a single Pangea-type continent. I appreciate that you are working to connect dots. We all are. But how can we do this is we discount vital evidence?