In a new video presented on his web site, Neal Adams puts forth an observation and an argument that should well put to rest any further consideration for the Pangea continental formation, as presently postulated by the scientific community. Because, however, the issue revolves around a learned academic elite which supports countless other unfounded whimsical theories in many areas of science - and because this community wields the academic clout to discredit those who question the often inconclusive theories it puts forth - it's not entirely likely that we can expect, anytime soon, serious consideration given to Adams' most recent observations. Absurd as it may appear, it will take some time before the simple logic of a fundamental law of physics, such as Adams argues, pierces the snobbish academic mentality, governed by an elitist core who often behave as cowardly opportunists - and unabashedly parade as researchers and discoverers of modern science.
Adams' premise points to the shift of the center of gravity of an Earth in which all its continents are joined together on one side of the globe - while the other side is covered by oceanic water. Taking into consideration the density ratio between 2-3 miles deep ocean water on one side ofthe Earth, while the other side is comprised of solid granitic and basalt rock - also rising an average of 1/2 mile above ocean level, Adams shows that the center of gravity of the spinning Earth would thus shift towards the more dense side of the joined Pangea continents. A spinning Earth, he notes, half covered by deep sea water, would cause the water to shift and spread towards the Pangea island, in order to attain a balance of its mass across the entire spinning globe.
The video shows a very basic occurrence, well known in the laws of physics, that even common people accept and understand. As the water shifts towards the Pangea island in order to attain a balance of mass with the center of gravity, a large section of the ocean floor would become revealed as an island - while a similarly large area of the Pangea island would become covered with the displacing water. Though the most learned of scienctists would not even need conduct an experiment in order to validate this premise, it does appear bewildering that no geologist nor physicist have yet been known to make this observation, during the nearly century-long lifespan of an apparently impossible Pangea theory within the declared laws of physics by which our planet is governed.
Sam Warren Carey, once a pioneer of plate tectonics theory, who later proposed Earth expansion in place of Pangea, was ridiculed and ousted from mainstream science for his observations of the difficulties arising from Pangea. While the scientific community continues to bury its head in the sands of belligerent ignorance, true pioneers of simple logic and basic principles of physics and geology, such as Neal Adams and others promoting Growing Earth theory, are left with the task of re-educating and rediscovering the basic model for the creation and development of our universe. In an age where the present hierarchies have betrayed not only the people - but also their own professional trust, it is perhaps fitting that a comic book creator, artist, writer and theorist, takes the lead to spearhead a new age of scientific discovery.
The simple premise of Neal Adams' new video exposes the scientific community's pomposity in clinging to outdated, outmoded and physically impossible theories. A change is needed within the halls of power in order to put a stop to the enormous waste of the peoples' resources - spent on a lazy, elitist, proud and cowardly scientific academia - which continues to blindly lead the blind with a false pretense of holding the keys to knowledge.
Only when the people raise their voice in discontent of this situation, will the scientific community be forced to reconsider its shameful century-long misreading of the evidence before it - and the outrageoous waste of misdirected public funding of scientific research and development, based on the somewhat embarrasing misconceptions and theories it supports.
View Neal Adams' Impossible Pangea video.
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