The final part of this (long) book report series. We finish up Hapgood's thoughts on evolution and how the idea of repeating crustal displacements might fill some gaps in the understanding of the process, then move on to the final chapter for Hapgood's conclusion, and suggestions for future research.
We also read from some of the many notes and addendums following the main body of the book, including some correspondence and meetings with Einstein, work on the physics of the axial stability of a rotating sphere, and more. There is a lot of great information in this section of the book, much of which we did not discuss. We really do recommend you all get a copy so you can read it for yourselves.
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