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Number of days writer Richard Kerr has failed to inform his Science readers of the confirmation of nanodiamonds at the YDB: 3 years, 7 months, and 7 days

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Davias confronts 2013 Denver GSA with the Carolina Bays

Davias calls out “Wind and Wave” formation theory

Michael Davias of Cintos.org presented another astonishing Carolina Bay poster at the October, 2013, Denver meeting of the Geological [...]

3D Space Navigator and Carolina Bay LiDAR Data from Cintos Research: A Match Made In Heaven

 

 

Eye Candy

Earlier this week I purchased a wonderful device, the 3D Space Navigator Mouse from 3D Connexion. I am giving this cool tool Two Tusks Up and encourage any reader who works with 3D or Google Earth to purchase one post-haste. This sturdy little brick of a mouse has [...]

Charlotte: Carolina Bays at GSA in November

 

Isn’t it astonishing that all these secrets have been preserved for so many years just so we could discover them!! — Wilbur Wright, June, 1903   No one has yet invented an explanation which will fully account for all the facts observed - Douglas Johnson, regarding Carolina bays, 1942

The Geological Society of [...]

PNAS: Very High Temperature Impact Melt Products: Evidence for Cosmic Airbursts/Impacts at Younger Dryas

Well, well. A cat just leapt from the bag.

I don’t have an “as published” copy yet (despite being a co-author). But I will post one just as soon as I do.

See here for UCSB Press Release:  Study Jointly Led by UCSB Researcher Finds New Evidence Supporting Theory of Extraterrestrial Impact 

These [...]

Carolina Bay Poster Now Available!

Contact Michael Davias here for this limited edition work of god.

Part I: Howard Recounts YDB and Carolina Bay Odyssey in Pleistocene Coalition News

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Davias’ Astonishing Presentation to Asheville GSA on Carolina Bay origin

Michael Davias’ presentation this week to the GSA’s Southeastern Section in Asheville is simply extraordinary. Even better than last month at Hartford. I bet the sclerotic old geo-goats — and better, the know-it-all-because-somebody-told-me kids — were put on their heels

The fact is that no one knows how the hell these features came to be [...]

Astonishing Image of Carolina Bays

The image below is from the Bennettsville, South Carolina region. More Carolina bays here.