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Cosmic Impact Site That Created Earth’s Axial Tilt and Fault Lines
Report and Opinion. 2010;2(2):1-2]. (ISSN: 1553-9873) ^ | Feb 2010 | Mihai Draghici

Posted on 12/08/2010 8:07:46 PM PST by mdraghici

Cosmic Impact Site That Created Earth’s Axial Tilt and Fault Lines

© Mihai Radu Draghici

Abstract: Using Google Earth and browsing the geographic appearance of the Earth’s crust starting from the South Pacific Ocean right above Antarctica and traveling over to Drake’s Passage and into the South Atlantic Ocean there seems to be a visual trace that some sort of cosmic collision occurred in that area. (See Figure 1) The impact of the object surfed across the ocean and collided with the bottom of South America where it once connected to Antarctica creating Drake’s Passage opening. This impact also may have had the kinetic energy to break the Earth’s crustal plate and create the fault lines (See Figure 3) in addition to changing Earth’s axial tilt (See Figure 2).[Report and Opinion. 2010;2(2):1-2]. (ISSN: 1553-9873).


 

Figure 1. Impact collision point and path of motion for the cosmic object

They say pictures speak a thousand words so before you read what I’m about to say take a moment and study the photos shown in figures below. In Figure 1, you can see a red outline drawn to represent the impact site and the path of trajectory. The object hit the South Atlantic Ocean and surfed around the top edge of Antarctica until colliding with what was once the connected land mass between the bottom tip of South America and Antarctica known as Drake’s Passage (Figure 4). As the object surfed across the ocean it tore away at the ice sheet and created a gigantic wave across the Pacific Ocean destroying almost every land mass above sea level in its path. The force of the water can be easily seen carving out the entire western coastline of South America all the way up to Mexico (Figure 5).

The Mayan’s placed a monument on Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile and some people believe this is “Apocalypse Island.” If this impact really did occur then this island would most definitely have been the center point which experienced the most horrific events from the tsunami and shock wave from the energy released in the area. Perhaps the civilization at Machu Picchu in Peru was started because it was the only place left to inhabit after this event occurred in the region. All history was wiped off the face of the southern hemisphere surrounding this impact and affected all civilizations across the globe. The shock wave and amount of water that was displaced out of the Pacific could have travelled as far East as the Lost City of Atlantis. There is a Google Earth image at the bottom of the Atlantic Sea showing a grid-like pattern on the ocean floor which may resemble a man-made city structure about 620 miles of the coast of Spain near the Canary Islands. The force of impact would have created the fault line that broke the Earth’s plate right down the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and would have flooded most of the plains in the area. The story of Atlantis speaks of giant volcano popping out of the Earth and destroying everything and then the city just sinks away under water. Depending on what this cosmic object was made out of it could have added to the Earth’s water mass and increased the amount of water on the planet. Astronomers have found asteroids that contain large amounts of frozen water and this type of object may have been what hit Earth.

Figure 2. Earth’s Axial Tilt in Relation to the Impact Site

If you study the fault line Figure 3 below you will notice that there are breaks in Earth’s plate along the exact impact location surrounding the boundaries of the object’s path as it traveled across the crust after impact. The force exerted on Earth’s crust perfectly demonstrates the pattern of cracks along stress points from the aftershock across the entire planet. In addition to the fault lines, Earth’s axial tilt was created from this cosmic impact as well. Take a look at Figure 2 to the left and how the impact location perfectly represents the physics associated with such a collision rotating our planet’s center of spin.

Figure 3. Earth’s Crustal Fault Lines in Relation to the Impact Site

 

Figure 4. Drake’s Passage Opening

 

Figure 5. S. America’s Coastline Topography

All this evidence puts into perspective the possibility of such a cosmic impact having occurred here on the planet Earth within recorded history and the existence of human kind.

 

© Mihai Radu Draghici
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TOPICS: Astronomy; Education; History; Science
KEYWORDS: antarctica; asteriod; canterbury; catastrophism; chandlerswobble; chandlerwobble; comet; crater; eltanin; eltaninimpact; emiliospedicato; holeintheocean; ismellbs; poleshift; sciencefiction; spedicato
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To: Zuben Elgenubi

Would 25,920 be an acceptable compromise? ;o)
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41 posted on 12/09/2010 1:03:21 PM PST by editor-surveyor (Obamacare is America's kristallnacht !!)
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To: MrB

Yes, about half of it anyway. (the choir didn’t wish to be preached to)


42 posted on 12/09/2010 1:06:05 PM PST by editor-surveyor (Obamacare is America's kristallnacht !!)
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43 posted on 12/09/2010 1:15:49 PM PST by The Comedian (Government: Saving people from freedom since time immemorial.)
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To: The Comedian; 75thOVI; aimhigh; Alice in Wonderland; AndrewC; aragorn; aristotleman; ...

Thanks The Comedian! :') And a warm welcome to mdraghici! Probably also of interest:
 
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44 posted on 12/09/2010 2:06:07 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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http://users.tpg.com.au/users/tps-seti/eltanin_ward.jpg


45 posted on 12/09/2010 2:07:11 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: SunkenCiv

Interesting!


46 posted on 12/09/2010 2:08:57 PM PST by BenLurkin (This post is not a statement of fact. It is merely a personal opinion -- or humor -- or both)
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How Did Continents Split? Geology Study Shows New Picture
Science News
May 23, 2006
Adapted from materials provided by Ohio University
Like pieces in a giant jigsaw puzzle, continents have split, drifted and merged again many times throughout Earth's history, but geologists haven't understood the mechanism behind the moves... Throughout Earth's history, there have been six major continental assembly and breakup events, about 500 million years apart. Currently the Earth is in breakup cycle in which the Atlantic and Indian oceans are opening, Nance said... About 650 million years ago -- when the first jellyfish evolved -- North America, South America and Africa were stuck together as one large continent called Gondwana, with some smaller islands floating on a neighboring continental plate. Over time, these islands collided with the large group of continents and were attached to it in a process called accretion. About 525 million years ago, that land mass broke apart... forming the Iapetus Ocean.

47 posted on 12/09/2010 2:13:11 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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Plate Tectonics May Grind To A Halt, Then Start Again
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080103144448.htm
http://www.sciencedaily.com/images/2008/01/080103144448.jpg


48 posted on 12/09/2010 2:14:24 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: decimon

49 posted on 12/09/2010 2:15:56 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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Do the continents really drift?
by William R. Corliss
Science Frontiers #26: Mar-Apr 1983
The distances between terrestrial radio telescopes can be measured with incredible accuracy by pointing the telescopes at the same celestial targets and operating them as interferometers. The distances between telescopes a continent apart can then be pegged to within 5 centimeters. For example, the distance between radio telescopes at Fort Davis, TX, and Onsala, Sweden, is 7,940,732.17 ± 0.10 meters. If North America and Europe are drifting apart several centimeters per year, this change should have been noticed since 1979, when adequate geodetic precision became available. Actually, no drift has been noted.

(Thomsen, D.E.; "Mark III Interferometer Measures Earth, Sky, and Gravity's Lens," Science News, 123:20, 1983.)

Comment. Of course, continental drift could be episodic, with the continents now static.

Reference. Objections to continental drift are legion. Refer to ETL6 and ETL7 in our Catalog: Carolina Bays, Mima Mounds.

50 posted on 12/09/2010 2:17:28 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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[reprising an edited saved bit] V.A. Firsoff (Valdemar Axel Firsoff, as it turns out) wrote a lot of books, including Strange World of the Moon published back in 1959, ten years before the manned landings started, and even before the first robotic landers.

Due to his volcanism bias -- and remember, he was writing right on the cusp of the "plate tectonics revolution", which has blindered geology worse than the knee-jerk uniformitarian gradualism that preceded it -- he wasn't able to accept that the Moon's impact craters were in fact from impact, and attributes them instead to volcanism caused by the Moon's capture by the Earth (as well as contraction of the lunar sphere). He appears to envisage three encounters between the formed Moon and the Earth, resulting in temporary capture twice leading to the eventual outright capture.
...the Moon clearly could not have been the satellite of the Earth then, for a total period of about 2,000 million years... Spurr points out that the face of the Moon shows two systems of great surface fractures, or faults, lying about 30 degrees from the two poles and trending from west-south-west to east-north-east. This is explained by him as a result of the halting of the Moon's rotation... Curiously, the face of the Earth, too, shows a similar structure, with the same general trend -- the Highland Boundary Fault... The poles of the Earth would also seem to have shifted place on at least three occasions, in the Cambrian, Permian, and (lastly) Quaternary Periods, bringing ice and cold to previously warm lands... some mighty force made the crust of the Earth slip (the rotational stability of the axis of a mass as large as the Earth is enormous) and the position of the poles wobbled... there exists on the Moon a triple grid of surface fractures... perpendicular to each other within each grid, the grids being of different ages... Cambrian, Perm-Carboniferous, and Tertiary.
Firsoff's basically given us a snapshot of the problems inherent with a fission origin (having settled on an overspin origin for the Moon, very early in the history of the Earth), not least of which is that the fission origin also requires in orbit formation of the lunar sphere and capture by the Earth, while showing that capture is possible. Capture of the Moon, irrespective of its place and era of formation, is the simplest model.
51 posted on 12/09/2010 2:21:17 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: mdraghici

The “cutting edge science types” who got run out of here were very much pro-Darwinist; it was more than two years ago; and the website owner is very much NOT pro-Darwinisn. IOW don’t believe everything you read above this message. :’)


52 posted on 12/09/2010 2:40:35 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: mdraghici; SunkenCiv

The images look compelling, but an impact causing the tilt may be a bit of a stretch.

Very interesting, none the less.

If those geographical features WERE created an impact, I bet that caused one hell of a shake!!! (wouldn’t have wanted to be on the planet that day - Well... Maybe I would.) lol


53 posted on 12/09/2010 2:42:10 PM PST by KoRn (Department of Homeland Security, Certified - "Right Wing Extremist")
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To: BenLurkin

I wholeheartedly agree!


54 posted on 12/09/2010 2:57:17 PM PST by SunkenCiv (The 2nd Amendment follows right behind the 1st because some people are hard of hearing.)
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To: editor-surveyor
Would 25,920 be an acceptable compromise? ;o)

Shaded a bit in your favor, but OK with me; you are very gracious. Eighty years is only a lifetime amongst FRiends. :-)

55 posted on 12/09/2010 3:32:11 PM PST by Zuben Elgenubi
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To: numberonepal
You mean about 4700 million years too late?

No I mean that about 4,700 years ago, Tiamat was the pole star.

56 posted on 12/09/2010 3:33:46 PM PST by Zuben Elgenubi
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To: mnehring

“The 23.5 degree number is the average that is the simplified version for children’s textbooks.”

Well, then, I had better put away my orbital mechanics books and rewrite some equations I wrote since they’re just cartoons and probably not working. /drippy-drippy-sarcasm

The 23.5 is a close enough number for discussions but the Earth is not going to change much from that in our lifetime.


57 posted on 12/09/2010 3:34:27 PM PST by CodeToad (Islam needs to be banned in the US and treated as a criminal enterprise.)
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To: Christian Engineer Mass
It has a constant tilt of ~23degs sir, and a very slight wobble about that axis.

Not very precise nor accurate for an engineer, imo.

58 posted on 12/09/2010 3:36:00 PM PST by Zuben Elgenubi
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To: MrB

“Uranus spins sideways.
(can you read that without grinning?)”

No, and I bet you didn’t write that without a smirk. :>


59 posted on 12/09/2010 3:37:01 PM PST by CodeToad (Islam needs to be banned in the US and treated as a criminal enterprise.)
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To: Doomonyou
That “wobble” gives us our seasons.

Ahhh, no. More likely climatic changes such as glaciation.

60 posted on 12/09/2010 3:37:32 PM PST by Zuben Elgenubi
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