Category Archives: Geophysics
This is the third presentation about the Genesis Flood. In this presentation I show an analysis of many flood models.
Anothor presentation I made. This is about evidence for creation and the flood that we find in the Solar System. Enjoy!
This presentation is one out of a series of three presentations about the Genesis Flood. This presentation is the essence of my flood model. The other two presentations provide more context. I was invited to come to South Africa to … Continue reading
Here are some arcs that can be found on earth. Some of these may be crater leftovers.
Here is a large crater on the west side of the moon. This crater seems to be responsible for a lot of features on the moon. I’ve marked them below. One pattern I seem to see is this: I have … Continue reading
NASA recorded these wonderful coriolis spirals in the ocean. Coriolis spirals, similar to those in weather: There may be more coriolis spirals on earth… in the earths crust. See the images below. Does this mean the earths crust had once been … Continue reading
It is suggested that hotspots are formed inside the earth. Some of the power sources are supposed to be at the core. To illustrate the principle, here is a reference. Not all hotspots reach at the core, so it is … Continue reading
Welcome to Geodetective! Here is my first production: