Genesis Antarctica

Genesis Antarctica
Author: Gordon Keirle-Smith,Penny Kelly
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 772
Release: 2016-05-21
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1530478715

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Taking the visionary epic, forbidden history and conspiracy to new levels Genesis Antarctica is a multi-faceted work "based on ancient documents discovered under the Antarctic ice in 1962 by the Australian Vostok Traverse Expedition". Known as the "Haakon Urn" texts, these unique writings pre-date all other early civilizations (including legendary Atlantis, Lemuria and Mu) by several tens of thousands of years. Its core heroic saga based on "The Song of Gorin", one of the few literary documents among the texts, evokes the "Architects of Civilization", the role they played in defining "Paradise" for their children and the pivotal challenge to its survival that led to an inevitable demise. This monumental narrative is presented as a gripping saga , in which a lone protagonist awakens in the "Paradise Garden" knowing nothing but his own name. After a series of adventures, he arrives in Zandernatis - the "Golden City" He discovers that while he knows nothing of his own origins, everyone in Zandernatis clearly remembers every detail of all their previous lives. Fulfilling ancient prophesies, the aging King sends Gorin on a quest to find and recall the heir to the "Winged Throne" who was enticed from his ancestral, fortified home by compelling dreams that had plagued him for many months. Guided by a fabulous unihorn, Gorin ultimately meets the "Lords of Creation", setting in motion events that culminate in an apocalyptic battle to save Zandernatis from being overrun by an indigenous army, spurred on by swarms of "evil allies". The outcome of this conflict reveals the true nature of the "Fall from Grace" described in the Biblical Genesis written several millennia after the "Song of Gorin" and totally misinterpreted ever since. This ongoing storyline is interwoven with insights into the far-reaching repercussions the discovery in Antarctica and its implications are having on our own 21st century society. These include: Reports of the initial find in the international press. The unique characteristics of an ancient society that made religion redundant. Bitter rivalries within Editorial teams on making the texts' sensational content public. Echoes of the pre-glacial civilization in Australian Aboriginal "Dreamtime" mythology. Reports from the Swiss PLMRI Research Institute on its hunt for subjects with past life memories set in temperate Antarctica. Martha Calbrow's unique "Dreaming Diary" recording her initial Out of Body Experience and vision of time spinning backwards, together with corroborative descriptions of events described in the Haakon texts. The reincarnation debate in social media sparked by the Haakon revelations, plus examples of vehement repudiation from religious conservatives. The emergence of a "Neo-Zandernatist" movement designed to promote the principles behind the ancient writings. A sensational discovery in 2013, solving a 37 year old mystery and revealing a concerted conspiracy (with intimations of CIA involvement) to keep the Haakon findings out of the public arena. All of this material, with its broad scope, variety and contrasted approaches is only the beginning... Of what every individual reader may make of it...

Volcanism in Antarctica 200 Million Years of Subduction Rifting and Continental Break up

Volcanism in Antarctica  200 Million Years of Subduction  Rifting and Continental Break up
Author: J.L. Smellie,K.S. Panter,A. Geyer
Publsiher: Geological Society of London
Total Pages: 802
Release: 2021-06-09
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781786205360

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This memoir is the first to review all of Antarctica’s volcanism between 200 million years ago and the Present. The region is still volcanically active. The volume is an amalgamation of in-depth syntheses, which are presented within distinctly different tectonic settings. Each is described in terms of (1) the volcanology and eruptive palaeoenvironments; (2) petrology and origin of magma; and (3) active volcanism, including tephrochronology. Important volcanic episodes include: astonishingly voluminous mafic and felsic volcanic deposits associated with the Jurassic break-up of Gondwana; the construction and progressive demise of a major Jurassic to Present continental arc, including back-arc alkaline basalts and volcanism in a young ensialic marginal basin; Miocene to Pleistocene mafic volcanism associated with post-subduction slab-window formation; numerous Neogene alkaline volcanoes, including the massive Erebus volcano and its persistent phonolitic lava lake, that are widely distributed within and adjacent to one of the world’s major zones of lithospheric extension (the West Antarctic Rift System); and very young ultrapotassic volcanism erupted subglacially and forming a world-wide type example (Gaussberg).

Evolution of the Cretaceous Ocean climate System

Evolution of the Cretaceous Ocean climate System
Author: Enriqueta Barrera,Claudia C. Johnson
Publsiher: Geological Society of America
Total Pages: 458
Release: 1999-01-01
Genre: Science
ISBN: 0813723329

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Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks
Author: Alok K Gupta
Publsiher: Allied Publishers
Total Pages: 720
Release: 1998
Genre: Igneous rocks
ISBN: 817023784X

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Antarctic Journal of the United States

Antarctic Journal of the United States
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 260
Release: 1997
Genre: Antarctica
ISBN: MINN:30000011027228

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Antarctic Palaeoenvironments and Earth Surface Processes

Antarctic Palaeoenvironments and Earth Surface Processes
Author: M.J. Hambrey,P.F. Barker,P.J. Barrett,V. Bowman,B. Davies,J.L. Smellie,M. Tranter
Publsiher: Geological Society of London
Total Pages: 497
Release: 2013-12-05
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781862393639

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The volume highlights developments in our understanding of the palaeogeographical, palaeobiological, palaeoclimatic and cryospheric evolution of Antarctica. It focuses on the sedimentary record from the Devonian to the Quaternary Period. It features tectonic evolution and stratigraphy, as well as processes taking place adjacent to, beneath and beyond the ice-sheet margin, including the continental shelf. The contributions in this volume include several invited review papers, as well as original research papers arising from the International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences in Edinburgh, in July 2011. These papers demonstrate a remarkable diversity of Earth science interests in the Antarctic. Following international trends, there is particular emphasis on the Cenozoic Era, reflecting the increasing emphasis on the documentation and understanding of the past record of ice-sheet fluctuations. Furthermore, Antarctic Earth history is providing us with important information about potential future trends, as the impact of global warming is increasingly felt on the continent and its ocean.

Hillary s Antarctica

Hillary s Antarctica
Author: Nigel Watson,Jane Ussher
Publsiher: Allen & Unwin
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2018-10-24
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781760637828

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Written by Nigel Watson of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, and illustrated with Jane Ussher's stunning photographs, historic images and never-before-seen ephemera, this is the first book to fully document and celebrate the contribution Sir Edmund Hillary and the New Zealand team made to Antarctic history, and the legacy they left behind. Hillary and the team were primarily a support act to the British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic crossing party. By heading on to the South Pole and reaching it before the crossing party, Hillary created tensions, unleashed a media storm and achieved an historic first overland to the South Pole. Hillary even had the audacity to succeed using three farm tractors. The epic journeys of this expedition added another fascinating chapter to the exploration annals of Antarctica. Hillary and his team laid the foundations for New Zealand's continuous, and increasingly important, presence in Antarctica.

Antarctic Earth Science

Antarctic Earth Science
Author: R. L. Oliver,P. R. James,J. B. Jago
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 722
Release: 1983
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9780521258364

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The fourth international symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences took place in Adelaide, South Australia during the week 16-20 August 1982. This volume contains a record of the centenary activities celebrating Sir Douglas Mawson and the one hundred and seventy-four papers that were presented by delegates for discussion over the five days. Sir Douglas Mawson was part of the first team to reach the magnetic South Pole, a leading geologist and scientific figure during the heroic age of of antarctic exploration. The papers presented during the symposium were divided into fifteen categories covering east and west Antarctica, marine, land and glacial geology, plate tectonics, islands, peninsulas, climatic change and Precambrian and Cenozoic era activity. The two hundred persons from sixteen countries who attended the symposium brought together a wide range of the most current expertise and research to share, of which this volume provides a record.