Author Archives: Peter Mungo Jupp

Comets, Planets in Chaos and Plasma Mythology

  Jul 30, 2014 Thomas Short, writing in the 18th century, chronicled the many calamities that decimated mankind over four thousand years. Plagues, earthquakes, drought, pestilence and incredible floods. As you read through Short’s curious book, you are struck by … Continue reading

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Giant Wombats and Electrical Fossilization

  Jul 28, 2014 Two years ago, I predicted that extinct giant marsupials would be found on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula. Recently, an elephant-sized wombat (the marsupial, Diprotodon) was discovered off Sorrento, Victoria concretized in a limestone beach deposit. But why … Continue reading

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Electric Fossils and Thundercrabs

  Mar 20, 2014 Could fossilization be a rapid process? In the high desert atop the Colorado Plateau, titanic trees haphazardly litter the ground as if scattered by giants. Some of the chunks and splinters of the forest still harbor … Continue reading

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The Jurassic Coast – a Transmutation Extinction?

  Mar 05, 2014 Ammonites look like a squid with a shell, and are now extinct. Paleontologists claim they lived between 400 million and 66 million years ago. Fossil ages are usually determined by the ages of the rock layers … Continue reading

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Greenland: Once a Viking Paradise

  Feb 05, 2014 The “Little Ice Age” impact on Europe was sudden and ferocious. Using its weapons of plague, famine and (perhaps controversially) earthquake, the so-called “Little Ice age” reduced the population of Europe by around 30 to 50 … Continue reading

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Can Kangaroos Swim? The Wallace Line

p5rn7vb   Dec 13, 2013 Between Bali and its neighbouring island, Lombok, is a slim ten mile sea channel. The channel is the start of the thousands-mile-long Wallace line. It is not only a dividing geological etching beneath the sea, … Continue reading

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Electric Fossils and Thundercrabs

Oct 07, 2013 Could fossilization be a rapid process? In the high desert atop the Colorado Plateau, titanic trees haphazardly litter the ground as if scattered by giants. Some of the chunks and splinters of the forest still harbor the … Continue reading

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Troy: Homer’s Plasma Holocaust

  Sep 16, 2013 Part 1 “The Iliad” The Trojan War began with the abduction of the tantalizing Helen by the handsome Paris. Our saga begins in the shattered, burning ruins of a once glorious Troy. A Troy devastated by … Continue reading

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Antarctica — Once a Tropical Paradise

  Sep 03, 2013 Antarctica is now the coldest place on Earth. The Katabatic winds howl around Antarctica’s gale thrashed coast. But once its green valley’s were filled with thriving Glossopteris Pine and Beach forests. How do we know this? … Continue reading

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Earthquake Storms and the Electric Sun

  Jul 30, 3013 Some four thousand years ago, the civilizations of the world were obliterated by a catastrophic series of events. Earthquakes are natures deadliest killers! A storm of earthquakes totally buried and destroyed cities throughout the Middle East … Continue reading

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