The primary intent of this website was to chronicle my findings regarding the worldwide flood. This has been accomplished: an article I authored, “The Flooding of the Mediterranean Basin at the Younger-Dryas Boundary” will be published in April 2019. I will post a link to it once it is published.
As a consequence, I am removing many posts. Nonetheless, a few will remain, and links to them are found, below.
It will take some time to undo geology’s mess, but doing so will have its official start upon the article’s publication. The foundations of a new scientific era will be found in the article, as well as in my book.
Remaining flood and/or science-related posts:
Simultaneous Impacts Configured Earth’s Landforms and Instilled Its Obliquity – This is a non-flood article regarding the configuration of the continents. Continental drift is nearly as big an error as “no flood, ever.”
Galileo’s Telescope, Google Earth – As the telescope led to the end of geocentrism, so the new data (e.g. Google Earth) nullify geology’s prevailing paradigm that has us all believing that there was never a worldwide flood.
Eyewitness Account of the Impact that Delivered the Worldwide Flood – Cave paintings found near Fouriesburg, South Africa, depict an eye-witness’s account of the object that delivered the flood. The painting captures the impacting object’s split as it neared impact – which led to the gap in the impact crescent.
TV Interview – Working under the theory that any publicity is good publicity, I agreed to appear on George Noory’s show, Beyond Belief, back in October. The interview is now available here.
Radio Interviews – Within the past year, I appeared as the guest on two radio programs. The interviews can be accessed at the following links: