Saturday, April 22, 2017

Is Catastrophism the more Accurate History of Planet Earth?

Thunderbolts Project | Apr 22, 2017

We have recently presented reports that challenge some of the bedrock beliefs about the history of our planet, our solar system, and the Universe as a whole. When it comes to our own world, the fundamental belief system shaping all of modern geology and astronomy is uniformitarianism or the notion that changes in nature happen incrementally over eons of time.

It’s the position of the Thunderbolts Project that evidence from increasingly fine data in numerous specialized fields only confirms the hypothesis of recent catastrophic events on our planet and in the inner solar system. In this episode, Nicholas Sykes explores the question, is our history on planet Earth far different from that which official science proposes?

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