Category Archives: Non-drift Theories

Earth Rising

I was a child when the first photograph of the Earth, as seen from orbit around the Moon, arrived at NASA. Lunar Orbiter 1 was up there, scouting places for a future landing party of American astronauts. As an afterthought, … Continue reading

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Mountains by Destruction

Gustave-Émile Haug. Now, there’s a name you don’t hear everyday. Unless you specialize in the obscure. But everyone has a birthday, today would have been Haug’s, so let us remember the French geologist for his role in helping to develop … Continue reading

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