Compare the clear pattern in Shock Dynamics

to the uncoordinated breakup of Pangea in Plate Tectonics theory


From:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALBUX31tW4M

 

Impact-powered rapid continental drift started Plate Tectonics

 

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Asia view
Europe view
Southeast Asia view
Alaska view
South America view
North America view

Ground zero
Shock effects
Mountains

Sliding mechanism

Plate tectonics' slow motion
Energy estimates
Antipodal effects

When?
Earlier
Even Earlier

Asteroids and large impacts

You want proof? - Polar dinosaur test

You want proof? - Chicxulub

 You want proof? - India/Sri Lanka test

Cratons: stress melting

 

Compare explanatory power:

     

    Plate Tectonics - A mechanism so flexible it is applied to explain any geologic situation, and the explanations are readily modified to incorporate unexpected evidence; a theory that cannot be disproved.  Globally random; each location has its own peculiar story.  Driving forces are speculative and inadequate.

    Catastrophic Plate Tectonics - Not connected to reality  

    Expanding Earth - Offers only generalizations.  Precise measurements show Earth is not expanding.  Cannot explain Himalayas or ocean trenches (Marianas and Tonga).  Some of its continental motion does not follow transform faults, as with Australia.  No rational source for new additions to Earth's mass, inside Earth!

    Hollow Earth - Offers only generalizations.  Seismic waves show Earth is not hollow (press "Play" button).  Fluidized crust explains crustal rebound from large impacts, not a hollow Earth. Cannot explain Himalayas or ocean trenches (Marianas and Tonga).  Some of its continental motion does not follow transform faults, as with Australia.  Precise measurements show Earth is not expanding.

    Hydroplate - Offers only generalizations.  Impossible initial conditions.

    Shock Dynamics - Virtually all features developed from a single event, features such as the Andes, the Philippines, the East African Rift Zone, the Mariana Trench, the Lord Howe Rise, the Appalachians, the Himalayas, Europe, the New Hebrides, the Bering Sea, etc.  Simple experiments show how turbulence in shocked crust shaped the seafloor (click on blue above).

The Shock Dynamics theory (1986) and website (2003) are by John Michael Fischer
email:   mike@newgeology.us