Two Hundred Years Astray

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In 1970 the United States considered collonizing the Moon. At the time, Neil B. Christianson was the Air Force's chief engineer on the Titan II weapon system. So, the idea of a Moon colony intregued him. However, in the back of his mind lay a nagging problem of not knowing exactly the make up of planetary bodies. Just as today, then there were numerous theories of how planetary bodies come into being. These were but theories and engineers cannot engineer with theory --they need laboratory demonstrated physical characteristics with which to do their work. This need led him on a most interesting quest for a planet forming process backed by materials with laboratory demonstrated physical characteristics. He discarded all theory, but held fast to known physical facts. His quest thus shifted to the basic constituents of molecular clouds, wherein stars and planets are known to grow. Article searches led him tp the unique physical characteristics of quantum solid hydrogen, compressed ice and superfluid helium. In his book, "TWO HUNDRED YEARS ASTRAY," he blends the physical characteristics of these constituents into a new/old way of looking at God's creation process. A process wherein stars get heavier and heavier, planets get smaller and smaller and both follow paths of self destruction. He also introduces a neglected gravity vector that drives the birth, life and death of planetary bodies. As newly condensed planets emerge from their parental molecular clouds, this vector, which was ignored by Sir Isaac Newton, naturallu changes these fluffy hydrogen balls into heat pumps that move their inner crystals ever colder in temperature amd smaller in size. Large bodies pump down to become stars. Smaller bodies, in orbit around their ruling stars pump down to become mature planets; like Earth. Earth's heat pump cycle has a short warming period followed by an extendet cooling period; an Ice Age. During Earth's warming period, surface changes, which Christianson's cold-core model predict, account for global warming and match well major catastrophes reported by geologists. Now, you can well imagine how taken aback his agnostic mind was when he realized his cold-core model also matched catastrophic events reported in the Bible and future events prophesied in Ezekiel, Jermiah and Isaiah; they obviously used his cold-core model. As prophesied in Isaiah, our next major event will be the start of an Ice Age. Earth's nasty 2004 tsunami was but a ripple compared the the waves expected when her ocean ridges rip open to usher in an Ice Age. Also, when an Ice Age starts there is a period of time in which the oxygen content of the air drops drastically; so, before the new age starts we must, as prophesied by Ezekiel, move life off this planet to safe havens orbiting in space. Then, after the Ice Age gets well underway, life can again be returned to a cleansed Earth. Our enemy here? Time; because the geophysicists tell us Earth's next Ice Age is already overdue.

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Neil B. Christianson (a vetran of the Korean conflict) obtained his engineering degree at Seattle University. He retired from a successful aerospace engineering career in 1988. He abd his wife "Dodo," now live in Peoria Arizona, where he continues to work on his cold-core model for all planetary bodies. Christianson's cold-core model was originally introduced in his well reaserched book, "Earth Has A Cold Heart," 1989.

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Neil B. Christianson
Published by ne-do Press (2005)
ISBN 10: 0962724017 ISBN 13: 9780962724015
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