MORE EVIDENCE AFTER WE DRILL
IN SOUTHERN GEORGIA
by Ben Fishler
Once we drill a hole in southern Georgia and
discover that the sandstone is older than 66 MYA and the underlying volcanism
is younger than 66 MYA, we will be able to add to the list of things that the
new theory explains better than the current theory. All of the references (seen
below) to "chapters" are to my detailed book on an updated antipodal focusing
theory, found at www.solvingthemassextinctions.com.
1, GULF OF MEXICO
Rather than just assuming that the Gulf of Mexico was always a permanent
feature of the landscape as does the current theory, the new theory will now
have extensive evidence showing that the impact of 66 MYA created the Gulf of
Mexico by pushing a huge mass of limestone to the southwest, forming the
Yucatan and the shape of the rest of Mexico (see Chapter 2.5).
2, CONTEMPORANEOUS ANTIPODAL
VOLCANISM FROM A LARGE IMPACT Despite the fact that the current theory
insists that this is impossible, the evidence will clearly show that this
happened in the dinosaur-killing impact of 66 MYA. The evidence will be so
irrefutable that the concept of contemporaneous volcanism at the antipode of a
large impact will be clear to any fair-minded geologist. Furthermore, the fact
that the latitude of the volcanism of the mascon in southern Georgia will be
exactly antipodal to the Deccan traps will seal the deal (see Chapter 2.5).
ONIONS We will solve the mystery of why Vidalia onions only grow in part
of the sandstone area of Georgia and not the whole area (because the area of
actual impact would be resulfurized by volcanism that came AFTER the sand was
brought in by a huge tsunami) (see Chapter 2.5).
4. EXPLANATION OF SOIL
CHARACTERISTICS IN GEORGIA The current theory explains the sandstone
area of Georgia as being the result of that area being under water and
gradually built up by sand. Evidence from the drilling will show that rather
than slow build up over millions of years, the sand arrived all at once due to
a huge tsunami, with foraminifera dated to 66 - 75 MYA. Furthermore, the
volcanism beneath the sandstone will date to just under 66 MYA, because it is a
mascon and not an "ancient volcano complex from the Triassic period" (see
Chapter 2.5). 6.