Saturday, August 27, 2016

 Here's some other things that point to the possibility that this event happened.

  1. The plane of the ecliptic.
  2. The highest point from the center of the Earth.     wikipedia
  3. Hawaiian Islands point to the center of the crescent's circle.
  4. The coast of Antarctica.
  5. The placement and direction of the tectonic plates and their boundaries.
  6. El Nino

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Because it entered the crust below the equator, it turned. By turning, it caused the earth to tilt

 This is how I think the whole thing went down. Something big hit. Think dwarf planet or small moon. It started to touch the Earth near French Polynesia (Tahiti), going west. I believe the Earth didn't yet have a tilt. This is evidenced
 by the path of impact.
As it entered the earth at an extreme angle, it eventually got about half way in, near -17°, -107°, and the object got sucked into the earth by the friction of collision. Because it went in under the equator, the curvature of the Earth, which would be more prominent to the top of the object, caused the object to turn. This is evidenced by the position of the the "V" (or chevron). It went into the crust and under the surface. The momentum was horizontal, but the path was horizontal. This dichotomy is responsible for the tilt. The Earth was splitting apart, being shoved over, and tilting, simultaneously. Tremendous amounts of heat were being produced. This is why the Earths deserts are where they are. Notice the curve of them, almost like a check mark.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

 One day I was looking at my globe, which I had turned sideways. I noticed that the coast of Central and South America formed a crescent.
 "That's interesting." I thought. A crescent could indicate a crater. A HUGE crater.
 "I wonder which way it it hit, if it hit?"

 Some time passed and I noticed that the Mediterranean lined up with the center of the crescent's circle. If something hit, it would seem that it entered the Earth's crust, tried to come out the other side, creating the Atlantic, leaving a void in the mantle to be filled by water; the Mediterranean.
 "I wonder what the sea floor look's like?"

I investigated maps of the sea floor, and soon found that Google Earth had what I was looking for. There was something there! A definite "V", with the center of the "V" pointing directly twords  the Mediterranean! I also noticed that the Hawaiian Islands pointed to the "V". It seemed like everything I investigated point to the fact that this event happened. That implied that instead of millions of years for the continents to drift apart, this event caused them to be in their current location in the matter of seconds.