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Christopher Ball

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  1. Would I be right in thinking that this Earth Science Forum is to ask questions but not to question? On a commercial beach I look at the pebbles a yard above the high tide mark, they are most interesting. From there up the beach the pebbles become more round, sphere shape, and the further down towards the sea edge, the shingle and grit become predominately rectangle, triangle shape, and further down the beach the sand becomes square? Surely this action should be the other way around, round at the shoreline and odd shaped at the top? Sunny clear water shores have sand whereas ro
  2. It is reality pebbles reduce to sand, it is a fact, but it is wrong, and quite the reverse. And when the pyramids were built the limestone started as a manageable material and hardened over time and eventually will crumble just like your garden wall.
  3. I Do consider this question one of the most stupid ones because you're not listening - as I have said before 'input is greater than output' and as for saying why aren't pebbles made of sandstone … well' … what sandstone has to do with beach pebbles leaves me at a loss, again' you are not listening possibly because you don't want too, see my first post. It does seem that I've been talking to people who can't think for themselves … and you call yourselves "scientists" … Crikey! … You should relish the challenge of new ideas, or at least keep an open mind to new ideas … but you lot take the bi
  4. I thought I had answered all the questions, even the most stupid ones. It's a theory that you can take on board or not. Please don't say 'not' because even the most obstinate critique eventually aspires to the tidemark = pebbles scenario, or at least it opens a sealed shut mind
  5. Thank you for your compliment The moderators, who are speaking for science, seem very frightened of the Reverse Theory. On the science forum.com, they, like you, pushed my thread out of sight, away from Earth Science to Pseudoscience, and when I started another thread on the religion forum I was instantly banned, not for a matter of a few days but forever. This forum,science forum.net, is doing the same; you have pushed my theory out of sight, again from Earth Science to Speculations, and when I started a new thread on the religion forum, ie, nothing to do with science, it was in
  6. Author of Reverse Theory

  7. Anybody' be itmale, female, cat or dog, who can keep biblical text alive and away from trampling geologists, is ok by me. I bow to the faith of the faithful who against allodds are 'proved' to be right. And I don't mean the science faithful' who will slam the door in your face even on a religious forum. They have built their house on Sand and it's about to come tumbling down
  8. An optical illusion has befallen mankind on an unprecedented scale and sent our thoughts tumbling in the wrong direction. Its discovery will answer some of the world's greatest mysteries. It will uncover previously hidden and untold truths and, as a result, all current thinking around the age of this planet will be questioned. Mankind Wondered … 'How long did it take that pebbled beach to look like that sandy beach? Science put a time-span to the erosion process and the conclusion was … aeons. They quote' nature took 'A Thousand Million Years' to turn solid rock into boulders' bou
  9. My dear learnedfriends … Move this thread back to where it should be, Earth Science, and I willanswer all your questions, failing this I suggest you read ‘Reverse Theory’which I think you can find on Amazon books GoodLuck xx
  10. << This analysis disagrees. It says that flat pebbles can occur on steeper shores, and that the flatness is due to increased transport, which suggests a longer period of abrasion. >> They're flat because they're not rolling around, they just get wet and dry DECEPTION ... Hopefully you are joking << What beaches are you observing these things at?! I would like to see a glue that bonds grains of sand together three or four at a time but not to other grains or clumps. >> Sandstone and every tidal beach has a water mark, some dirtier than others
  11. << Again,observationally untrue. How do you explain those flat pebbles we all love toskip on the water? Accretion does not explain these pebbles; erosion does.>> Our flatter pebbles are found on calmer shores, and less steep << Observationally incorrect >> An optical illusion has befallen mankind on an unprecedented scale and sent our thoughts tumbling in the wrong direction. Its discovery will answer some of the world’s greatest mysteries. It will uncover previously hidden and untold truths and, as a result, all current thinking around the age o
  12. Yes, however, the symmetrical rings are broken rings because of the grinding of the waves between each layer. Pebbles at the top of the beach show the rings clearer than those at the water's edge. Pebbles a meter above the tide-line are the most interesting because they're starting to become perfectly shaped pebbles whereas those at the water's edge show pebbles bonding together. The mechanism is fantastic
  13. Mankind Wondered … 'How long did it take that pebbled beach to look like that sandy beach? Science put a time-span to the erosion process and the conclusion was … aeons. They quote' nature took 'A Thousand Million Years' to turn solid rock into boulders' boulders into pebbles' and pebbles into all the sand in the world. This geological time-span was used as a baseline for dating everything from evolution to the laws of physics, and the time-span is wrong, clearly wrong because Beach Pebbles' get 'Bigger' not smaller. Beach pebbles are formed by the process of 'Tidemark' … a tidal
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