Re: Planet X: MAY Coordinates
In Article <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mika Yrjola
> Nancy Lieder <email@example.com> writes:
>> particles of ferruginous or other soluble pigment,
>> the world turned red. ...
>> The Manuscript Quiche of the Mayas tells ...
>> Ipuwer, the Egyptian eyewitness to the catastrophe, wrote ...
> In this case, the dust should probably also be found deep
> in the layers of ice on Antarctica and Greenland. If there
> would be sufficient amount of dust to cause such effects,
> noticeable amounts of it would quite surely also end into
> the aforementioned areas and be preserved within ice.
In Article QKyK6.firstname.lastname@example.org> S.Welknelk wrote:
> That is correct. And irridium (an element not indigenious
> to earth) is found in these layers and well documented in the
> scientific literature. Thus the scientific conclusion is these
> layers result from periodic asteroid impacts which may or
> may not be the case. Another possible explanation for these
> irridium layers would be massive bombardment of the
> earth's atmosphere by extraterrestial particles such as the
> debris accompanying a large, roving celestial body passing
> close by the earth. Ferritic particles would be oxidized in the
> earth's atmosphere turning them deep red. Of course, since
> no such large, roving celestial body has ever passed close
> by the earth, according to esteemed science and contrary
> to ancient eyewitness accounts, then it must be a moot point.
No Sheep, these! I profer the following quotes to add to Mr. Welknelk's
Earth in Upheaval, The Carolina Bays
Peculiar elliptical depressions, or oval craters, locally
called bays, are thickly scattered over the Carolina
coast of the United States and more sparsely over the
entire Atlantic coastal plain from southern New Jersey
to northeastern Florida. These marshy depressions are
numbered in the tens of thousands and, according to
the latest estimate, their number may reach half a million.
The larger bays average 2,200 feet in length, and in
single cases exceed 8,000 feet. A remarkable feature of
these depressions is their parallelism: the long axis of
each of them extends from northwest to southeast.
These oval depressions may be seen especially well in
aerial photographs. The swarm of meteorites must
have been large enough to hit an area from Florida to
Earth in Upheaval, The Floor of the Seas
The bottom of the seas and oceans also contains
evidence that the earth was showered with meteorites
on a very large scale. In many places the bottom consists
of red clay. Samples of the red clay from the central
Pacific showed a surprisingly high content of nickel and
also a high content of radium, though the water of the
ocean is almost completely free of these elements. The
clay is red because it contains ferruginous (iron)
compounds. Meteoric iron differs from iron of terrestrial
origin in its admixture of nickel. Nickel is a very rare
element in most terrestrial rocks and continental
sediments, and it is almost absent from the ocean waters.
On the other hand, it is one of the main components of