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The largest crater on Earth.
This theory tries to explain The Pacific Drop, the event that caused the Great Flood (The Deluge), by analyzing the Ocean Floor Drag Marks Pattern, to explain continental Drift and early Human Migration paths for Paleo-Indians, and Neandertal sites, showing possible routes for the America's prehistoric peoples.
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Pacific drop

Concept model.
Drag Marks - Ocean Floor.
Why the Paleomap is wrong.
Ghost Continents
How we find and work our map's.

The crater:
This map on the right shows broken ring border of the crater.
Blasted borders of the crater.
Rupture and spread of border.
Vortex Rings from blast.

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Passive margins
Example of passive margin
Active margins
Example of
active margin
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Parcial view of Earth before the event.

This theory is like a quilt of information, you have to look at all the pieces to undestand, and it is also a work in progress, meaning we are still researching and adding and uploading relevant content as we can. Tk you : )
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22 - Wish List I
A different approach.
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21 - Final considerations II: Old Crust = dead fossil / New Crust = living fossil.
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20 - Final considerations I: Tectonic Plates, Continental drift, and Pangea.
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19 - Drag Marks Pattern I
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18 - Plato, Athens, Atlantis
and the Boto.
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17 - Hot Spots II - What happenned? Asia tracks.
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16 - Hot Spots I - Pattern & borders similarities.
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15 - Drag Marks V
Solving migration puzzles.
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Drag Marks Resources
Drag Marks Pattern II - Extra Maps
Maps for GPlates
Google Pins
You Tube video

.zip and .jpg files

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14 - Drag Marks IV
Problem's reconstructing
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13 - Drag Marks III
Ridge 07
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12 - Drag Marks II
Pangea misleading concept
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11 - Drag Marks I
Appereance versus age.
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10 - Pacific Drop
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09 - The Crater
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08 - Ghost Continents I
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07 - What if ?
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06 - Old Earth, New Earth.
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05 - The Puzzle
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04 - The Event
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03 - The Comet
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02 - Ring of Fire
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01 - Ocean Floor Ridges
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Archaeological and Anthropological evidence:

Easter Island was built as a stone theater to describe how this event took place, and we show part of this interpretation here.
Ana o Keke at Poike
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Poike, first act
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Tongakiri, second act.
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Akivi, last act.
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The Great Flood, various flood myths and their reported place.
The Great Flood, quilt, part I
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The Great Flood, quilt, part II
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Rock Art and more...
Rock-art in Brazil.
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Rock-art: Toca da Nega.
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Titicaca and Mesopotamia.
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The precise date for this event still debatable. The Pacific drop covered more them 20.000 km., and is estimated to have taken around 11 hours from touch down to vanish point.
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