02 November 2006

Go to the desert, see craters?

Earth Scientists are scratching their heads, trying to figure out how a bunch Egyptian craters arose. They’re not hydrothermal, not valcanic, not impacts, & they’re running out of acceptable & conventional alternatives.

The Electric Universe people have had their eye on these craters for some time, but of course their reasons are too revolutionary for conventional scientists to accept — or in many cases, even acknowledge.

Sooner or later, an answer will be found, and it looks like it won’t be a conventional one. Which is good, because it opens science to more possibilities or — to put it another way — breaks it out of a rut.

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