We continue exploring the fascinating information in Charles Hapgood's book, Path of the Pole, starting this week with a detailed look at pleistocene deposits in South America that contain enormous amounts of megafauna and, sometimes, human remains. In caves, valleys, and massive mud deposits, these fossil remains speak of a geologically recent catastrophic event.
We then move on to Hapgood's discussion on the subject of evolution, and how his crustal displacement theory may help to fill in gaps in the explanatory power of natural selection and mutation.
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