Central Colorado’s Tava sandstone (light-colored band of rock at center, with geology student for scale) probably formed between 680 million and 800 million years ago, a new study suggests. Siddoway and Gehrels, Lithosphere (2014)
In the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, smack in the middle of a cliff that overlooks U.S. Highway 24, resides a very unusual geological formation. This reddish gray, sharp-edged, and erosion-resistant swath of sandstone stands in stark contrast to the crumbling, heavily weathered granites that lie on either side. Now, scientists say they have narrowed down when this anomaly and others like it in this region formed—a discovery that may give researchers new clues about the breakup of an ancient supercontinent hundreds of millions of years ago.
The New Madrid seismic zone earthquakes of 1811-1812 may not have been caused by strictly run-of-the-mill seismic activity. This is a study into the possibility that some Near Earth Object (NEO), such as the Great Comet of 1811, was an outside-the-box crustal stressor.
If a NEO involvement is found, then some fear of the unknown about the timing of the next big one may come to be dispelled. See Earthquake Liquefaction Safety
In addition to dramatic climate change, where severe droughts and floods threaten global food resources, the Earth stands in the path of other dangers
There is much worry about the one race of reptilian-grey space aliens doing salvage work, on Earth, a criminal vestige of other elevated alien groups, all of who initially donated their DNA, to create this preserve, that we call, "Earth"..
Higher technological biological entities, seen by abductees aboard alien craft, during abductions- insect, mantis, amphibian, feline, reptilian- are echoed by their lower forms on Earth, a consensus of life, donated.
Mystery surrounds a strange pattern carved into the ground near Coventry.
The spiral shape was spotted on satellite maps by a historian researching the fabled Knights Templar, who founded the tiny hamlet of Temple Balsall, near Balsall Common, 1,000 years ago.
Intriguingly the pattern, which is about 30m in length, is just half a mile from the site of an intricate crop circle which appeared in 2011.