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Meadow Mountain

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By, Art Burnett

Howdy, One year into what should have been a full life time of work. Discovery started with Summer Solstice Sunset 2014 morphed into realization that Meadow Mountain Coke Coke County was an ancient religious center. One out growth of that was finding numerous stone effigies of birds which in turn pointed to Colorado River having been a lush wetland. For 150 years white men have hunted this area for arrowheads creating a number of spectacular collections all the time ignoring what was around them. In brief for a minimum of fifty miles in any direction are examples of a ancients at work, beyond that can be found examples of influence. Panther Gap denotes Summer Solstice Sunset, at 246* Winter Solstice Sunset works across a smaller saddle, the south nose, now badly damaged, may have been the site of Sacred fire, other points on the Mountain delineate major calendar markers. King of Silver was.next big discovery of 2014, he is some 200 feet tall, best observed in afternoon light, like the solstices unobserved by passer byes. Third rediscovery was Sleeping Woman Mountain, she lies SSW of Meadow Mountain, 2015 Solstice revealed a swale acting as a gun sight for sunrise to hit Sleeping Woman. Near by to swale ancient heads some 7 feet tall were found. One head, much smaller, is so similar to what is called the Malakoff heads as to be spine tingling. One year is not even a peck at Ancient life along Colorado River in Texas. A note to all: Purple posts, signs, fences, gates in West Texas mean private property. This is cattle country trespassing is taken seriously. If you decide to visit take your photos from road sides.

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Dinosaurs and C-14

My article to the French organization and mining engineer and philosopher, Dominiqule Tassot is attached. Some minor additions are in red and an important epilogue I wrote 3/12/14 are in green.  www.dinosaurc14ages.com 

 

by Hugh Miller

 

Reflections on Oral and Poster Presentations of Percent of Modern C-14 (pmC) Content Studies of Dinosaur Bones given at the AOGS-AGU Singapore Conference – Offers support for the Abrupt Appearance Theory of Life origins and demonstrates predictive and reproducibility quality of the data for said theory.

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Introduction: On 9 April, 2012, all 10 coauthors were pleasantly surprised to receive an e-mail letter accepting our abstract on C-14 dating of dinosaur bones from the Asia Oceania Geoscience Society (AOGS). This was our sixth submission to as many conventions or regional conferences of geological or paleontological societies, so we were naturally delighted even though we were only awarded a poster session at the Singapore conference. In Singapore we were assigned to the Biogeoscience section BGO2-A012 and later Dr. Thomas Seiler of Germany was also allowed to give an oral presentation as there was an opening but none of our Ph.D. co-authors was available. The AOGS letter of acceptance with the title, abstract and list of authors from Europe and the United States reads as follows:

Dear Authors,

Congratulations! Your abstract has been accepted for presentation at the AOGS – AGU (WPGM) Joint Assembly 2012 taking place from 13 to 17 August, 2012 at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore. The review report is as shown. This and other meeting details – your presentation schedule, meeting registration, invoice, receipts, etc will be posted as they become available on your personal page on MARS.

BG02-A012 A COMPARISON OF δ13C & pMC VALUES for TEN CRETACEOUS-JURASSIC DINOSAUR BONES from TEXAS to ALASKA USA, CHINA AND EUROPE [Note: pMC is percent of modern C-14]
Hugh MILLER, Hugh OWEN, Robert BENNETT, Jean DE PONTCHARRA, Maciej GIERTYCH, Joe TAYLOR, Marie Claire VAN OOSTERWYCH, Otis KLINE, Doug WILDER, Beatrice DUNKEL

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