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Dear Science world … you missed a bit ... it's 'Sand to Pebble' not 'Pebble to Sand' A pebbled shoreline is a tidemark not part of a billion year erosion process. Pebble to sand tells a theory and sand to pebble tells the reverse.

Read the Reverse Theory and discover how your woeful attempt to date the first page of geology, sand, affected our understanding of Time. Correct this woeful attempt and unsolved mysteries are solved - How and why pyramids were built, why evolution is more fantasy than theory, who didn't make the cut, and most importantly learn how to properly assemble the mathematical assumptions that dated radioactive isotopes.

Beach pebbles cannot magically fall from a cliff smooth and rounded, roll towards the sea turning grit shape, then end their journey turning into a different material altogether, calcium carbonate, sand.

Shingle, mid-beach pebbles are clearly seen small pebbles moulded together, and grit, again, sand grains stuck together, the scuffed edges of these pebbles clearly show multi coloured layers, and the microscopic inner tree-like rings conclude a pebbled shoreline is many tidemarks built over each other, laid over a once sandy shore, 100% tidal input 50% eroded output.

Sand has been washed onto the shore not away from the shore, sand is the missing landscape from places like the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley … obviously gone somewhere! Before this forming limestone set like concrete planetary movement of perfect timing washed this landscapes around the world to form our deserts, sandy shores, and civilisation.

Its 'sand to pebble' not pebble to sand, a big difference when calculating life beyond the grave.


A Geology & Evolution Rewrite

Changing Man's Perception of Time

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1) This is the most credible theory on pyramid building I have ever heard … and seems so obvious
2) Christopher, this is an amazing book. It clarifies so much, answers so much. Makes more sense than any book I have read on the subject of our planet and its 'mysteries'. It makes perfect sense in so many ways.
3) Your theory on pyramids sounds much more plausible than the accepted theories and your theory on pebbles is revolutionary. I will always question the ‘norm’ in future
4) Amazing and impressive
5) I gave no problem with accepting your ideas re beach pebbles and the construction of the pyramids as at least plausible
6) I finished reading it today and am very impressed.
7) It is very obvious - to me anyway - that the information has been channelled
8) Thank you for this great book. I am passing it on to a friend
9) I have just finished reading your book, which I found very interesting
10) Many thanks for putting your ideas down. What you have written has made me think a lot and reminded me always to be open to new ideas.
11) I love the thought provoking content of your book.
12) I have an enquiring mind and so like to discover things, work things out
13) Your book is just right for out of the box thinkers!
14) It really is a must have book
15) I have been thinking further due to reading your book.
16) Some more thought provoking reading please
17) I love a new take on things.
18) It holds many thought provoking arguments and has made me question many of my own views
19) Personally I think Reverse Theory is fantastic and I believe what he says is absolutely right
20) It got me thinking....ouch!