Oh dear. Mars was rolled over completely...

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by iaee, Dec 17, 2008.

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  1. iaee Registered Member

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    ...and I can prove it visually.
    Following five years of research I have finally completed my hypothesis entitled ' The Impact And Exit Event '.
    Covering a wide range of interconnected cataclysmic events, the hypothesis (for example) explains what created Valles Marineris, Olympus Mons and the Hellas Basin.
    A world-first discovery contained within the hypothesis explains the way in which Mars' poles were inverted following an incoming impact, and how the geology on the surface of Mars provides irrefutable evidence of the way in which Mars was tipped over completely.
    Try gooogling, or looking on answers.com for ' The Impact And Exit Event '
     
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  3. D H Some other guy Valued Senior Member

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    Oh dear, another woo woo.
     
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  5. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    If Mars' poles were inverted, why is Mars' rotation today still in the same direction as the majority of the other planets in the solar system?
     
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  7. draqon Banned Banned

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    we need math behind this, the velocity of the impact, the perigee and apogee data, the masses...
     
  8. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    The OP has nothing. This isn't even good enough for pseudoscience and should go straight to the cesspool.
     
  9. Ophiolite Valued Senior Member

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    14.99 for a wadge of poorly written rubbish. You have to admire his gall.
     
  10. Oli Heute der Enteteich... Registered Senior Member

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    This guy isn't a relative of Norval Crater Chains is he?
     
  11. LogicTech Registered Member

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    So, iaee, what exactly is this idea of yours, and why do you think its good? You've spent, I don't know, 5 years on it. One would think you would be more than eagar to share all the DETAILS right away, instead of posting vague references to google or other search engines...
     
  12. kaneda Actual Cynic Registered Senior Member

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    The Earth had a massive impact which fractured the crust, so giving us tectonic plates and forming the Moon. It gave Earth an inclination of just over 23 degrees.

    Mars is half the diameter so would have cooled much quicker. An impact which spun it around could have shattered the planet. Even had it survived, it could not have recovered completely and we would easily detect evidence of it.

    How's the ebook selling?
     
  13. iaee Registered Member

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    You know, when taking time to compile something that I came to realise will become instantly unpopular within established (!) science, and then recognising and acknowledging that what has been discovered is actually huge, I had no choice but to then make it available.

    To imagine that I would spend so many years and expense (while researchers etc have received substantial salaries in the meantime) and not attempt to recoup my finances by freely distributing the information is, quite frankly ludicrous.

    Detailed answers to each of the questions posted on this thread are available within the pages of The Impact And Exit Event. Don't be afraid of its content - it won't bite.

    The immature responses made here are no surprise to me. I have seen your collective input elsewhere on this amazingly biased series of forums. In summary, if you don't like what you read the clarion call of "mods - remove this" goes out ..and they more often than not do so, appearing to pander to the wishes of long-term members at the cost of new, often radical, yet plausible proposals.

    It must be really gratifying to be a bully that cannot be confronted in person. Even worse, you operate in groups. How cowardly, and how unscientific.

    SciForums? I'm sorry, but science is about new ideas, exploring them and THEN proving or disproving the proposal. Science should certainly not be about knee-jerk childish retort, unless it is submitted by individuals incapable of anything else.

    Not read my hypothesis?

    What an embarassing basis upon which to criticise. It is called ignorance.

    Grow up.

    Sorry, I forgot. It appears that you are incapable of doing so.

    Here we go. More nonsense follows...
     
  14. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    Not unless you post again - that's where all the nonsense has been so far.

    No self-respecting researcher (paid or otherwise) would hesitate for a moment to discuss some of the actual details of his/her discovery - in nothing else, to spur interest in those who might buy the book.

    Your "proposal" is pure nonsense right on the face of it. While the geological record of the Earth has some minor discrepancies, for the most part it it quite complete and perfectly logical - AND stands in direct opposition to your ludicrous claims.

    You really would have been FAR better off if you had spent some the time you wasted on this "project" studying some actual Earth science/geology.
     
  15. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Since ieaa isn't answering questions here, I suggest that anybody who wishes to pursue his theory go any buy his book. This thread is, after all, nothing more than an advertisement for it.

    Closed.
     
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