Feb 9, 2023
The final part of this (long) book report series. We finish up
Hapgood's thoughts on evolution and how the idea of repeating
crustal displacements might fill some gaps in the understanding of
the process, then move on to the final chapter for Hapgood's
conclusion, and suggestions for future research.
We also read from...
Feb 5, 2023
We continue exploring the fascinating information in Charles Hapgood's book, Path of the Pole, starting this week with a detailed look at pleistocene deposits in South America that contain enormous amounts of megafauna and, sometimes, human remains. In caves, valleys, and massive mud deposits, these fossil remains speak...
Jan 19, 2023
We continue our in-depth reading and discussion on Charles Hapgood's Path of the Pole, finishing up the section on megafauna extinctions in North America at the end of the last ice age, and moving into evidence for massive geological upheaval in South America in the recent past. Hapgood talks about the Altiplano area of...
Jan 5, 2023
Back to the book report! We had a great time in Egypt, and there
are more Egypt episodes coming, but meanwhile we still have to
complete Charles Hapgood's Path of the Pole.
This week we complete the section on mountain building, continental drift, and crustal composition, and move into chapter ten, which is about the...
Nov 10, 2022
Note: We are leaving for Egypt, this will be the last normal episode for a few weeks!
In Part 7 of our deep dive into Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole, we continue the discussion of the mysteries of "orogenesis" or mountain building. What forces can cause the enormous uplifts of so much rock? What is the cause of...