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The conforming coasts of the Americas and the African continent across the Atlantic drove the belief that these landmasses had fractured and separated apart. This belief would be the basis for the eventual formulation of the plate tectonics theory.
Current theory: Geologists currently maintain that the Kamchatka Peninsula rose up from the seafloor as multiple volcanic islands that eventually merged together into one large island. Over time this large island expanded further to the north until it merged with the Asian mainland forming the peninsula that exists today.
New theory: A merged image of Kamchatka nestled back into an adjacent conforming pocket along the Asian coast. Two lone coastal points come back into perfect alignment (top center) further confirming the ancient fit.
Animation closing the Gakkel expansion zone and bringing Genesis’ central peak back to the center of the crater’s outer terracing. An overlay of the Theophilus lunar impact crater demonstrates this relationship of a central peak and the pattern of terracing which encircles it.
The Genesis Hemispheric Impact Structure (GHIS): A circular concentric pattern of continental plate compression comprising the largest and tallest mountain ranges extending down from and around Genesis and the resulting internal shear fractures comprising the largest and deepest inland bodies of water that run parallel to the compression zone.
List of inland bodies of water that form the inner ring of the GHIS sorted by size. Rank represents size rankings among world’s lakes.
Currently, the age of most mountain ranges roughly correlates with their height. Shorter ranges are believed to be far older, having experienced hundreds of millions of years of erosion. Accepting the existence of the Genesis impact, we find that ranges like the Atlas and Appalachian Mountains are lower because they were formed on the back end of the impact, while the Himalayas and Rockies grew out of the direct linear force of the impact. More importantly, all these mountain ranges were formed within minutes of each other and not over the span of hundreds of millions of years.
Representation of the Genesis Hemispheric Impact Structure immediately after impact and prior to continental separation and Earth expansion. The initial breach or rift between Asia and North America (NA) is also depicted.
originally posted by: 3n19m470
Thank you for choosing to share this here at ATS!
(not done reading it yet [plus the other two threads!] but i know enough to know i want to thank you for bringing something of interest for us all to share, and i wanted to at least try to get that in before any negativity enters the thread, but I'll be back eventually to comment further)
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
Very interesting thread, thanks for sharing! I do wonder if and how the Genesis Impact crater theory might play into my own theories. If I am right we should learn a lot more between December 2020 and June 2021.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Very cool OP. Thanks for the interesting read.
originally posted by: watchitburn
Thank you for sharing this, I've really enjoyed your other threads.
Every time I see another post on the speculated location of Atlantis I point them to your Atlantis thread.
This is very interesting, but tying it into the expanding earth theory is a step further than I'm prepared to go.
A great read though either way. Thanks again.
originally posted by: Archivalist
Further research that should be performed on this subject:
An impact of this magnitude would DEFINITELY have anti-podal evidence, the likely outcome being a tall mountain range or volcanic field at the direct anti-podal point on the globe.
I'm so confident in that, that if there isn't anti-podal evidence, then this couldn't be an impact crater.
So, what's there?
originally posted by: Thill
Very interesting read, thank You. A question. Is there a way to pinpoint the time of impact? I was wondering if such a great impact could cause global wide floods, which would explain the biblical flood myths, that seem to pop out in different parts of the globe.