reply to post by PuterMan
I just it's not as lonely in here as I thought.
Manicouagan. I would ignore it if I could. But falls directly inline with the other formations. I understand that it is thought to be an impact. Which
is strange because if it is an impact, then the other formation which are aligned should be impacts as well. Like Shoemaker Levy 9.
I don't expect you to keep posting here, but if you're still glutton for punishment. Do the google earth excersise and post it here.
Step three. On Google Earth, use the ruler and place your first point at Sentry Island in western Hudson Bay.
61 09' 38.73" N 93 52' 01.08" W
Place the next point in the Altantic Ocean mountain range found at coordinates,
35 50' 14.09" N 51 30' 46.17" W
Here we have many crater like formations in a perfect line. I'm not the only one whose thought that Hudson Bay and the Gulf of St Lawerence were
craters. Many scientists have contemplated this and surveys have been preformed.
Of course there is a conflict. And I'll be humble enough to ingore my own hypothesis. There may be an unknown reason that they are not finding
shocked rock at either site.
Or maybe, Manicougan has been incorrectly classified as an impact. If you have an massive eruption, you'll get shocked rock as well. And raised
Not so humbly, I will suggest that the reason that they cannot find shocked rock in Hudson Bay or the Gulf of St Lawrence, is that the eruption ejects
material. Most relatively small eruptions have the material flow out over the land and ejected only short distances. If you have a "Verne shot", or
as I call it, a Volcanic Mass ejection, the material reaches near orbit, or actually breaks through "thin atmosphere to reach orbit. Then the
material is not there to be found. After a nuclear detonation, there is not much of the vessel that contain left to be found. Of course there would be
some material in the region. But then we forget about erosion. We forget the glaciers which are thought to have carved the lakes of Canada. Many
series of glaciation scours the land and it flows out and is widley dispersed. Therefore becoming so scattered that it fades in the background. The
evidence is there, but it will only be discovered if the geologists look for it specifically with the thought of a mass ejection in mind. To find it,
you'd have to be looking for it, otherwise it's fades in to the background. They may be picking up traces, but they could be associating it with
some other known eruption around the same period.
The "Verne shot" is no so theoretical. On Santorini, geologists have found huge boulders blown from the eruption at great distances. The eruption on
Thera was relatively small compared to the ones I theroize. Don't forget that Thera was still powerful. The cloud it produced rained Sulfuric Acid on
the Holy Land.
I wish I could be this imaginative. I didn't pull these ideas out of my ass. I followed a thought and looked for clues. The clues led me to the
answer. The answer is so amazing, it could not be soley the production of my over active and hyper imagination.
Got go and preoccupying my mind. Thanks for the visit.
I'm right damn it. Damn damn damn.