Wednesday, May 2, 2012
PARIA PLATEAU-VERMILLION CLIFFS Structure occurred during the ICE AGE
THE PARIA PLATEAU IS A RISE, WHICH IS DETERMINED BY GRAVITATIONAL ADJUSTMENT, WITH A RATIO OF 1.6 FOR THE UPPER FLAT-AND-LEVEL POLAR WOBBLE/TILTED PART OF THE ANALEMMA.
Above is an Analemma for the Pacific Ocean to the North
American continent. Although I have found that the arrangement of these FIGURE 8’s is universal (for the entire globe) due to the daily and yearly influence of the SUN and Venus, the sketch is subjective. I try to follow borders, creeks, and curvilinears in the ocean, but there are quite a lot of other possible interpretations. The idea is correct, and the ANALEMMA is proving to be almost OMNI-PRESENT, but the use of this is merely instructive. However, for the case of the PARIA PLATEAU below, the subjectivity is much less; the proof (to me) lies with the ratio of the two borders’ distances. This ratio is always nearly 1.6, and the ratio of Orbit days for the EARTH/VENUS, is 1.62, according to astronomers. These linear borders are always slanted with respect to one another, with one of them orienting E-W. Within the two borders occur two or more separate features: a flat-and-level circular feature with a dimension of 8, and a tilted partial circle entity with a dimension of 5. The ratio of these two is 1.6, and I cannot measure any closer- although I expect that the ratio 1.62 is more appropriate. Milankovitch’s AXIAL/PRECESSIONAL CYCLES have a ratio of 41/24+, and the divisor is a variable- according to the variable precessional wobble of the poles (20.5 to 24.5 degrees tilt of the poles). Using 41/25.3 for past tilts, the ratio is 1.62. This investigation is on-going, and I will try to improve its accuracy, but the idea is so repetitive, that it cannon be ignored!
ABOVE IS THE PARIA PLATEAU, FROM THE VERMILION CLIFFS, NEAR THE COLORADO RIVER, TO THE NORTHERN BORDER. THIS CONTAINS ALL THE FAMOUS GULCHES (BUCKSKIN, PARIA RIVER, AND WIRE PASS), AS WELL AS THE "WAVE" FOUND BY GERMAN PHOTOGRAPHERS- NOT AMERICAN GEOLOGISTS. THE ENTRANCE IS SHOWN BELOW, AND ONLY 20 HIKERS/DAY ARE ALLOWED- IN ORDER TO PROTECT THESE SENSITIVE DUNNE SAND LEDGES, FOLDS, AND CIRCULAR ROTATIONS OF THE VARIOUS CREEKS (OPENINGS ROTATING BOTH VERTICALLY AND HORIZONTALLY):