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CONTENTS of New Concepts in Global Tectonics Online Periodical
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New Concepts in Global Tectonics
http://www.ncgt.org/newsletter.php
NCGT JOURNAL
 --- Vol. 4, no. 4 (Dec 2016)
535 --- The Earth as I found it, Part 3
537 --- Mobile plate tectonics: a confrontation
540 --- AAPG Explorer November 2016 issue and plate tectonics history
540 --- Counterclockwise rotation of Australia revisited
543 --- VLF electromagnetic signals unrelated to the Central Italy earthquake

occurred between 26 and 30 October 2016
553 --- Deep-seated processes in the tectonosphere of oceans
582 --- Great deep earthquakes and solar cycles
596 --- The September-October 2016 Korea and Southwest Japan earthquakes viewed

from the Blot’s thermal energy transmigration concept
601 --- High-frequency electromagnetic emission in the earthquake epicentral areas

detected by the remote sensing frequency-resonance - data processing
615 --- Late Permian coal formation under Boreal conditions along the shores of the

Mongol-Tranbaikalian seaway
637 --- The seismic sequence in Central Italy (August-November 2016). Acoustic

Emission (AE) monitoring and analysis
664 --- A history of the earth’s seawater: transgressions and regressions
688 --- The claim of a high rate of sea-level rise for Diego Garcia is based on

non-exiting data
693 --- Australian temperature measurements disprove engineered products
699 --- Modeling statistics and kinetics of the natural aggregation structures and

processes with the solution of generalized logistic equation,
699 --- Multiparameter monitoring of short-term earthquake precursors and its

physical basis. Implementation on the Kamchatka - region
700 --- Analysing the spatio-temporal link between earthquake occurrences and

orbital perturbations induced by planetary configuration
701 --- Peter M. James book, “Deformation of the Earth’s Crust”
702 --- Upheaval! Whey catastrophic earthquakes will soon strike the United States

 --- Vol.4, No. 3 (Sep 2016)
352 --- Central Italy earthquake in August 2016 and its precursors
353 --- Inertia-triggered global tectonic stresses and polar wander
354 --- Reply to Prof. Storetvedt’s letter: Inertial triggered global tectonic &

polar wander
355 --- Palaeomagnetism and ingrained misconceptions
359 --- Reply to Prof. Storetvedt letter to Arkady Pilchin
360 --- Oli-bearing dolomitized Devonian reefs aligned on Rimbey-Meadowbrook trend

and injectite
361 --- Deep-seated processes in the tectonosphere of continental rifts
389 --- P-wave velocities in the upper mantle beneath oceans
406 --- The endogenous energy and the magnetic field of planetary objects
432 --- Ball lightning, oil fields and earthquakes
453 --- Experimental verification of seismo-electromagnetic effect as reliable

seismic precursors
456 --- Some reflections on science and on the management of environmental

catastrophe
473 --- SELF and VLF electromagnetic signal variations that preceded the Central

Italy earthquake on August 24, 2016
478 --- Jetstream anomalies appeared prior to the M6.2 Italy earthquake on 24

August 2016
 --- Latent heat anomalies prior to the Amatrice, Italy M6.2 Italy earthquake
 --- Relative humidity and OLR as pre-earthquake signals – A study of Central Italy

earthquake (August 2016)
487 --- Time-dependent neo-deterministic seismic hazard scenarios: Preliminary

report on the M6.2 Central Italy earthquake
494 --- The latest TMAC report overrated coastal hazards
 --- Is there any proof extreme evets and armed-conflict risks are exacerbated by

anthropogenic global warming?
518 --- Middle America: Intra-continental extension along ancient structures
522 --- Caveats on tomographic image
523 --- Lessons from the South Australian Coast by Bourman et al.
526 --- Earthquake vapor model & precise prediction
527 --- Climate science is NOT settled: Clexit Coalition
527 --- This idea doesn’t fit with plate tectonics either
528 --- In memoriam of Dr. Arkady Pilchin (Dec. 2 – Aug. 5, 2016)
531 --- Deformation of the Earth’s crust – cause and effect

 --- Vol.4, No. 2 (Jun 2016)
149 --- Dinosaurs flood out of Europe in Cretaceous Period
149 --- Major revisions to geological understanding
150 --- A shot off target
153 --- Reply to the letter “A shot off target” by K.M. Storetvedt
159 --- Neotectonics of the Gulf Coast and active rifting and wrenching of the

United States: a tale of broken plate tectonics?
174 --- Origin of the Central Honshu Arc and the Izu Ridge
194 --- The Quaternary gold potential sites and their volcano-tectonic setting in

the Japanese Islands
204 --- Critical analysis of the plate tectonics model and causes of horizontal

tectonic movement
273 --- Subionospheric VLF propagation anomaly prior to the Kumamoto Earthquake in

April, 2016
276 --- Anomalies in jet-streams prior to the M6.6 Taiwan Earthquake on 5 February

2016 and the M7.0 Kumamoto Earthquake on 15 April 2016
279 --- Solar activity correlated to the M7.0 Japan earthquake occurred on April

15, 2016
286 --- The April 2016 m7.0 Kumamoto Earthquake swarm: Geology, thermal energy

transmigration, and precursors
296 --- Darwin mangroves are not battling a sea level rise of +8.3 mm/year but

increasing population and development
303 --- The warming and expanding oceans: observations and models
314 --- There is no present sea level acceleration in UK and the western European

coasts
322 --- A personal history of the remagnetization debate: accounting for a

mobilistic Earth
345 --- Earth/Sun magnetic hoops & idealized joule antennae
346 --- Increased volcanic and earthquake activities throughout the globe
346 --- Sunspots vanishing, again
347 --- Federal and State leaders warned
348 --- Boris Ivanovich Vasiliev

 --- Vol.4, No. 1 (Mar 2016)
2 --- Accept Nothing on Authority
6 --- Deep-seated processes in the tectonosphere of geosynclines
32 --- 9/56 year cycle: lunar north node – apogee angle
37 --- Is paleomagnetic data reliable?: A critical analysis of paleomagnetism
81 --- Possible explanation for formation of adjacent depressions of island arcs

based on concept of thermal mantle plumes
105 --- Earthquakes unrelated to natural geomagnetic activity: a North Korean case
114 --- Near simultaneous multi-planet volcanisms on geological timescales as

evidence for a cosmic drive of planetary geophysical activity?
116 --- Near simultaneous multi-planet volcanisms on geological timescales as

evidence for a cosmic drive of planetary geophysical activity?
120 --- Analysis of sea level in Karachi, Pakistan
124 --- The Australian saltwater crocodile is not at risk of extinction because of

global warming
132 --- H.T. Brady,Mirrors and mazes: a guide through the climate debate
137 --- Habitual thinking, scholarly freedom and liberal education
145 --- Water in the history of the Earth
145 --- Is science really evidence-based?

 --- Vol.3, No. 4 (Dec 2015)
414 --- Earthquake code ****: Catastrophic earthquakes are predictable
416 --- Orientation of ancient cultic objects and polar drift
432 --- Platforms: thermal and geological history
459 --- “Ice”(Pluto) and “flame” (Sun): tectonic similarities of drastically

different cosmic globes
467 --- North Tuscany (Italy): A potential relationship between seismic swarms and

violent rainstorms?
476 --- Seismogeodynamics of the Hazara-Kashmir Transverse Trough, Pakistan
489 --- Degassing and expanding Earth: New model of global tectonics
516 --- Geoscience urban legends
529 --- Science
537 --- Ocean floor fabric assists in tectonic interpretations
544 --- Anthropic global warming
561 --- The approaching new grand solar minimum and little ice age climate

conditions
563 --- Earth as a stellar transformer – Climate change revealed
565 --- Multi-parametric analysis of earthquake precursors
565 --- The synergy of earthquake precursors

 --- Vol.3, No. 3 (Sep 2015)
256 --- Howard DeKalb and the double matrix fracture pattern
257 --- More on the dinosaurs
258 --- Simplification of earthquake predictions and other quantitative matters.

Reply to Peter James’ comment
259 --- Inertial forces on the lithosphere
263 --- Energy balance in the tectonosphere
282 --- Advective heat and mass transfer in the Earth’s tectonosphere
310 --- Relationship between M8+ earthquake occurrences and the solar polar

magnetic fields
323 --- Dow Jones Industrial Average peaks, seasonality and lunar phase
334 --- Mountain ranges – a newcomer in Earth history
357 --- On discovery of a new planetological phenomenon: tectonic coupling of

planets and their satellites
367 --- North-South American Super Anticline
378 --- Protecting stilt buildings from damage due to Rayleigh waves during large

magnitude earthquakes located at distance from epicentre – case from India
383 --- Analysis of psychrometric parameters associated with seismic precursors in

central Chile: a new earthquake or the great 2010 Maule M8.8 aftershock?
387 --- Blot’s energy transmigration law and the September 2015 M8.3 Chile

Earthquake
391 --- A surge and short-term peak in northern solar polar field magnetism prior

to the M8.3 earthquake near Chile on September 16, 2015
394 --- Solar wind ionic and geomagnetic variations preceding the 8.3 Chile

Earthquake
400 --- Outgoing longwave radiation anomaly prior to big earthquakes: a study on

the September 2015 Chile Earthquake
405 --- Space weather conditions prior to the M8.3 Chile Earthquake
407 --- Anomalies in jet streams that appeared prior to the 16 September 2015 M8.3

Chile Earthquake
409 --- Planetary influence on the Sun and the Earth, and a modern Book-Burning
411 --- Howard F. Dekalb

 --- Vol.3, No. 2 (June 2015) 
103 --- New Madrid Seismic Zone: a new battle front
104 --- Simplification of earthquake predictions and other quantitative matters
105  ---  The oceanization debate revisited
108 --- The glacial isostatic rebound theory questioned
109 --- The required science for a ready term - geonomy
115 --- Essential points of the advection-polymorphism hypothesis
137 --- Tectonic history of Jeju Island, Korea
140 --- Solar wind ionic variation associated with earthquakes greater than

magnitude 6.0
155 --- Celestial bodies: relation between ubiquitous tectonic dichotomy and

universal rotation
158 --- Polygonal crater formation by electrical discharges
187 --- Evolution of the tectono-magmatic pulsations in the Earth’s history
196 --- The Darwin Rise and geomorphological-geological indications of focal

systems on the Pacific Ocean floor
208 --- Re; Giovanni P. Gregori, comment on Stephen Hurrell; a new method to

calculate paleogravity using fossil feathers
 --- Re: Robert J. TUTTLE Earth expansion and thick air for ancient birds. NCGT

Journal, v. 3, no. 1, March 2015
 --- Re: Robert J. TUTTLE: Earth expansion and thick air for ancient birds. NCGT

Journal, v. 3, no. 1, p. 65-68
214 --- Natural seismicity
233 --- Migration of foreshocks and/or volcanic eruptions. The “Blot’s migration

law”
240 --- Relation between major geophysical events and the planetary magnetic Ap

index, from 1844 to the present
244 --- New Madrid Seismic Zone, Central USA: The great 1811-1812 earthquakes,

their relationship to solar cycles, and tectonic settings
245 --- The Earth’s crust and upper mantle structure of the Northern Eurasia from

the seismic profiling with nuclear explosions
247 --- Some reflections on science and discovery
249 --- Some Youtubes for your interest
249 --- L.E. PIERCE; A new little ice age has started: How to survive and prosper

during the next 50 difficult years
251 --- Global Climate Status Report (GCSR)
253 --- James Nelson Murdock

 --- Vol. 3,No. 1 (Mar. 2015)
2 --- Earth’s geodynamics interacting with solar system and planetary forces
3 --- Crustal oceanization in historical perspective.
5 --- Reply to K. Storetvedt’s letter
7 --- Antagonism and emotions in science
11 --- 9/56 year cycle: earthquakes in south East Asia
21 --- Earthquake occur very close to either 06:00 or 18:00 lunar local time
29 --- A lunar “mould” of the Earth’s tectonics: Four terrestrial and four lunar

basins are derivative of one wave tectonic process
34 --- Tendency of volcano-seismic activity developed in the central part of the

Honshu Arc, Japan.
43 --- The Australia-Antarctica dynamo-tectonic relationship: Meso-Cenozoic wrench

tectonic events and paleoclimate
63 --- Ceres’ two-faced nature: expressive success of the wave planetology
65 --- Earth expansion and thick air for ancient birds
68 --- Comment on Stephen Hurrell paper: paleogravity and fossil feathers
71 --- Massive change in climate & sea level
87 --- The pattern of global cataclysms
98 --- Solar flare five-day predictions from quantum detectors of dynamical space

fractal flow turbulence: gravitational diminution and Earth climate cooling
98 --- On the relationship between cosmic rays, solar activity and powerful

earthquakes

 --- Vol. 2,No. 4 (Dec. 2014)
2 --- Legacy of Vladimir Beloussov
3 --- Paul Lowman’s contributions to illustrating concepts in global tectonics with

world maps with Constant-Scale Natural Boundaries
9 --- Earth’s altitudinal bimodality
11 --- Yu.M. Pushcharovsky’s view on the world deep oceanic basins
13 --- Diwa Tectonics
14 --- Generalized geotectonics hypothesis of Vladimir V. Beloussov
20 --- On plate tectonics
50 --- Artificially induced seismicity
62 --- 9/56 year cycle: Alaskan volcanic eruptions
69 --- Is tectonic tremor a precursor to earthquakes?
85 --- Why four highest volcanoes of the rocky planets adorn their deepest

planetary wide depression: earth, Mars, Vesta and Moon
89 --- The myth of Early Warning System (EWS): Is it possible to mitigate seismic

disaster with the EWS?
93 --- Stephen W. Hurrell: A new method to calculate paleogravity using fossil

feathers
93 --- Reply to Beatty
94 --- Tectonic framework of the “Darwin Rise”
98 --- Late Mesozoic tectono-magmatism in the west Pacific Ocean – in a linear

depression or on a domal uplift?
106 --- When global tectonics became a ‘pathological science’
122 --- Henry H. Bauer: dogmatism in science and medicine
122 --- Topical issues of geology of oceans and continents
124 --- Constant-Scale Natural Boundary mapping to reveal global and cosmic

processes
124 --- The global Climate Status Report (GCSR)

 --- Vol.2,no.3 (Sep. 2014)
2 --- Diwa tectonics
3 --- The 1977 Beloussov letter to Khain
7 ---  Non-biological hydrocarbons
9 --- NCGT Journal
9 --- South Pacific-Siberian Geanticline
10 --- 9/56 year cycle: earthquake sin the Pacific rim of south America
19 --- Seismo-volcanic energy propagation trends in the Central America and their

relations to solar cycles
29 --- A new method to calculate paleogravity using fossil feathers
35 --- OLR and air temperature anomalies prior to big earthquakes – a case study on

an Alaskan earthquake on June 9, 2014.
41 --- Sisyphus and oceanography
42 --- Late Mesozoic tectono-magmatism in the West Pacific Ocean – Did the Darwin

rise demise or revive?
54 --- Sisyphus and the Darwin Rise
61 --- Wrench tectonic history of Grater Australia
70 --- “Don’t think you can teach us anything”
87 --- Rising sea level forecasts: fact or fiction?
92 --- Earth’s crust of oceans
94 --- Dark winter
95 --- About face: Whey the world need more carbon dioxide
97 --- Commission on Tectonics of Ore Deposits of the International Association of

Genesis of Ore Deposits (IAGOD)
98 --- 14th IAGOD Symposium. Tectonics and Metallogeny session list of presented

papers

 --- Vol.2,no.2 (Jun. 2014)
2 --- Where are we now?
3 --- Abiotic hydrocarbons
3 --- Glimpse behind the scene
7 --- Beloussov’s view of the origin of oceans
13 --- Seismo-volcanic energy propagation trends in the Aleutian Islands and North

America
23 --- Transmigrating heat passing through Aogashima Volcanic Islands, Izu Volcanic

Chain, Japan
28 --- Earth and Moon: similar structures – common origin
39 --- Mw7+ cyclic earthquakes sharing the same epicenter
47 --- Seismic zoning of Pakistan
54 --- Tectonic development of Pacific Ocean and its periphery: a constraint on

large-scale rotations of lithospheric blocks
69 --- On the rotation of the Australasian continental block in the Miocene
73 --- Prediction-confirmation: a must in global theorizing
78 --- Significant statistical relationship between great volcanic eruptions and

the count of sunspots
82 --- Global increase in seismic and magmatic activities since 1990 and their

relation to solar cycles
84 --- Self-organization of the Earth’s climate systems versus Milankovitch-Berger

astronomical cycles
84 --- Global cooling underway
86 --- Open letter to President Barak Obama
87 --- Report of the session, ‘Alternative thoughts in global tectonics’, at

European Geosciences Union General Assembly

 --- Vol.2,no.1 (Mar. 2014)
2 --- Plate tectonics in disarray
7 --- 9/56 year cycle: earthquakes in Japan, Kamchatka and Alaska
16 --- Massive solar eruptions and their contribution to the causes of tectonic

uplift
37 --- Airport communication as seismic precursor
42 --- Relation of seismicity with surface faults in Pakistan: An overview
56 --- Origin of oceans: Spreading versus primary oceans models
61 --- Seismo-electromagnetic energy flow observed in the 16 march 2014 M6.7

earthquake offshore Tarapaca, Chile
66 --- Australasia within the setting of global wrench tectonics
97 --- Global tectonics: Prediction and confirmation
99 --- Climate and the atmospheric electrical circuit: the electromagnetic coupling

between solar wind and Earth
113 --- Communicating earthquake risk to the public
113 --- The frontier of earthquake prediction studies
113 --- Fukushima: Earthquake prediction in the shadow of consensus science
119 --- The global climate status report
120 --- Electric Universe websites
121 --- European Geological Union General meeting
122 --- 14th IAGOT, Yunnan conference

 --- Vol. 1, no.4 (Dec. 2013)
2 --- Thermal electromagnetic energy as the driver of tectonic activities at the

Earth’s surface
3 --- Christmas earthquake
3 --- NCGT debate and the fluid rotation concept
5 --- Anomalous outgoing longwave radiation observations: preliminary results of

September 25, 2013 (M7.0) Peru earthquake
11 --- A potential relationship between animal behaviour and pre-seismic signals in

the North Western Apennines
17 --- The variations of the earthquake depth distribution since 2000
23 --- Analogy between lowlands of Earth and Mars, Earth and Mercury, and a glance

at tectonic granulations
29 --- Seismogenic layers in Pakistan
34 --- Thermal seismo-electromagnetic signal appeared in late 2013 in NW Australia

and their relation to cyclone
46 --- Response to: Global theories and standards of judgement by Karsten

Storetvedt
49 --- The Domino requisite in global theories
60 --- Microcontinents in the Atlantic Ocean
60 --- Want to know the truth about the Earth’s climate?
62 --- Climate change reconsidered II: Physical Science
67 --- The history of micro-expanding Earth

 --- Vol.1, no. 3 (Sep. 2013)
2 --- Earthquakes and surge tectonics
3 --- Granite in the Atlantic Ocean
3 --- The Christmas earthquakes by Valentino Straser
4 --- The flock instinct in science
10 --- IPCC is more about politics than science
11 --- Structural elements of some astroblemes indicating directions of cosmic body

trajectories
20 --- Atmospheres of Venus, Earth and Mars: Their masses and granulations in

relation to orbits and rotations of the planets
27 --- Mud volcanoes, geoeruptions and radio anomalies preceding the M4.9 seism in

the northern Apennines of Italy
 --- OLR anomalies prior to big earthquakes (Mw>6.0) – A case study on earthquakes

of India’s neighboring regions occurred during the year 2012
45 --- An Archean geanticline stretching from the South Pacific to Siberia
56 --- Global theories and standards of judgement: knowledge versus groundless

speculation
103 --- Palaeomagnetism, polar wander and global tectonics: Some controversies
117 --- Surge tectonics – a response to Karsten Storetvedt
121 --- J. Marvin Herndon, “A new basis of geoscience: whole-Earth decompression

dynamics”
124 --- The Einstein Enigma
125 --- Structure of the oceanic crust in the Eltanin Fault Zone (Pacific Ocean)

based on petrographic data
125 --- Global Climate Status Report (GCSR), Edition 3, September 2013
126 --- Earthquakes/volcanic activities and solar cycles
126 --- Selected abstracts of papers presented at the European Geological Union

General Assembly, Vienna, April 2013

 --- Vol. 1, no. 2 (June, 2013)
 2 --- Continental rocks from the Rio Grande Ridge, South Atlantic
 3 --- Negative gravity anomalies as the tails of astroblemes
15 --- Historic Dow Johns Industrial Average (DJIA) peaks: Any relevance to seismic

activity?
23 --- Space-time constraints on earthquake predictability
40 --- Crustal storms of continental/planetary scale
65 --- Thermal energy transmigration and fluctuation
81 --- A new basis of geoscience: Whole-Earth decompression dynamics
96 --- The integrated effect of an earthquake swarm in the generation of

subionospheric VLF ionospheric perturbations
102 --- Ring-like arrangement of faults accompanied by shallow and deep earthquakes

in central Honshu, Japan
106 --- EGU General Assembly 2013, Vienna
108 --- Continental rocks discovered from Rio Grande Ridge, South Atlantic
109 --- Sunken continents vs plate tectonics
109 --- Geodynamic basis of heat transport in the Earth
109 --- Global climate status report (GCSR)
111 --- Global warming and climate change: Science and politics
112 --- Dr. Yasumoto Suzuki

 --- V. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 2013)
2 --- NCGT Journal – an epitome of our victorious battles
3 --- Himalayan tectonics
10 --- Scientific paradigms, conscious ignorance and false play
16 --- Rockall Plateau/Maury Seachannel interaction
24 --- 54/56 year cycle: World megaquake clustering
38 --- Microseisms and spreading of deformation waves around the globe
58 --- The Christmas earthquakes: seasonal seismic recurrences near Parma, north-

western Apennines, Italy
66 --- Palaeomagnetism, plate motion and polar wander
153 --- Comment on David Pratt paper, NCGT Journal, v. 1, no. 1: Origin of the

Pacific ring of fire
159 --- Further discussion of Nina Pavlenkova paper
167 --- Global climate status report (GCSR)
169 --- Tilts, global tectonics and earthquake prediction
170 --- European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013
171 --- Russian conference: Global tectonics and Earth oceanization

 --- NCGT NEWSLETTER
 --- No. 65 (Dec. 2012)
2 --- Right earthquake model and a multidisciplinary approach: keys for

successfully forecasting major earthquakes
4 --- London Geological Society and Geoscientist
__6 --- Solar activity linked to high-magnitude earthquakes
15 --- 9/56 year cycle: 18th & 19th century world earthquakes
__27 --- Can IMF and the electromagnetic coupling between the Sun and the Earth

cause potentially destructive earthquakes?
35 --- Intervals of pulsation of diminishing periods and radio anomalies found

before the occurrence of M6+ earthquakes
47 --- The Raffaele Bendandi earthquake warnings based on planetary positions
55 --- Earthquake and volcano “predictability vs crustal diagnosis”
103 --- The Tethys configuration and principal tectonic features of the Middle

East: a wrench tectonic survey
143 --- Bad vibrations: Lessons from l’Aquila
151 --- Earthquake sessions at European Geosciences Union General Assembly
154 --- IEVPC press release, no. 3, 2012

 --- No. 64 Sep. 2012
2 --- The predicted Kamchatka earthquake imminent: spectacular show of nature’s

force
3 --- Stephen Foster letter in NCGT no. 63
3 --- Pressure increases in geothermal plants and the disappearance of b bees:

premonitory signals of strong earthquakes? The case of the recent seismic swarm in

the Po Valley Plain (Italy)
__7 --- 9/56 year cycle: world mega volcanic eruptions
19 --- Whence the Caribbean?
24 --- Planetary fracture systems and recent seismic activities in the northwestern

Pacific Ocean
____30 --- The Atlantic and its bordering continents – a wrench tectonic analysis:

Lithospheric deformation, basin histories and major hydrocarbon provinces
69 --- Comment on: Annulling the “marriage of convenience” between Earth expansion

and seafloor spreading by Stephen Foster
80 --- Reply to the Erickson comment
83 --- Comment on Pavlenkova’s fluid-rotation model
94 --- Migration of seismic and volcanic activity as displayed of wave geodynamic

process
111 --- Derivation of the Gutenberg-Richter empirical formula form the solution of

the generalized logistic equation
__111 --- Dogmatism in science and medicine
114 --- John Grover book for sale: Volcanic eruptions and great earthquakes
115 --- The March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake: Fukushima and “foreseeability”
117 --- Earthquake session at the European Geosciences Union, April, 2013
117 --- 34th International Geological Congress NCGT session report

 --- No. 63 Jun. 2012
2 --- The Kamchatka earthquake prediction and Claude Blot’s energy transmigration

concept
3 --- Geoscience and plate tectonic myth
4 --- “Sensitive Zones”, seismic precursors and earthquakes
6 --- Yet another note on earthquake prediction
9 --- Short-term earthquake prediction with electromagnetic effects: present

situation
15 --- Financial cycles: A key to deciphering seismic cycles?
__37 --- Northeastern Pacific and the Cascadia margin: Snake-oil tectonics
49 --- The earth’s degassing, rotation and expansion as sources of global tectonics
72 --- Geological structure which controlled the gigantic 11 April 2012

northeastern Indian Ocean earthquakes
76 --- Outstanding large depressions and geoid minima on some celestial bodies as

regular wave woven features
____80 --- Progress report of the study of ancient continental rocks in the Pacific

Ocean
____82 --- Mea Culpa: the Earth is not expanding – but the continents are not

moving either
__87 --- Evidence of tectonic activity associated with continental ice sheets and

meltwater flood erosion
94 --- Eric Clausen article
95 --- Nina Pavlenkova article, “Earth’s degassing, rotation and expansion as

source of global tectonics”
105 --- Earth contraction tectonics
112 --- IGC34, 5-10 August 2012

 --- No. 62 Mar. 2012
2 --- A new earthquake prediction center established!
__3 --- Perception of pre-seismic signals among reptiles
22 --- Plausible cause of enhanced volcanisms
26 --- 9/56 year cycle: earthquakes in Peru, the Philippines and selected US states
51 --- Ring structures of the Japanese Islands and their implications to geological

development
69 --- Riddle and ridicule of earthquake prediction
____72 --- Continent below the oceans: how much and how far? The future for

deepwater exploration (and geopolitics)
72 --- The Royal Society and Climate Change
____73 --- Geological note: Igneous and sedimentary rocks dredged from the northern

Macquarie Ridge, Southern Ocean
73 --- Geoid tectonics
74 --- 34IGC
76 --- International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center (IEVPC) Press

Releases

 --- No. 61 Dec. 2011
2 --- Colloquium for Structural Geology 20th Anniversary Symposium: “New global

tectonics and megaquakes”
__6 --- Outgoing Long-wave radiation (OLR) and earthquake prediction
8 --- Recent seismic activity in the Japanese Islands from the viewpoint of

seismotectonics
16 --- Tectonics of the west Mediterranean and Carpathian arcs since the Late

Cretaceous
33 --- Fundamental role of deformations in internal dynamics of the Earth
52 --- Radio anomalies and variations in the interplanetary magnetic field used as

seismic precursor on a global scale
66 --- A potential relationship between the climate, earthquakes and solar

cyclicity in the northwest Apennines (Italy)
78 --- Volcanic and seismic activities during the solar hibernation periods
__88 --- Some problems and questions of kimberlite geology and electric discharge

hypotheses
__ 95 --- Catastrophes in the first half of Holocene and their possible dynamic

causes
108 --- Methodology to check correlation between Earth tide and earthquakes and for

plotting [EMD+SEV] vs GMT timings
112 --- Facts, theories, blind commitments and socio-dynamics
144 --- Tides and earthquakes
146 --- 34th IGC Brisbane
148 --- Climate-Stat

 --- No. 60 Sep. 2011
7 --- Claude Blot
7 --- Dykes, sills and volcanoes: tectonic conditions
9 --- 9/56 year cycle: earthquakes in selected countries
38 --- Lunar and solar periods in earthquakes and volcanism: a review of the

literature
50 --- Sun, moon and earthquakes
67 --- Unusual earthquake patterns
__73 --- Twisted shear
__80 --- Corruption of science in America
90 --- Seismo-electromagnetics for short-term earthquake prediction
90 --- Strong earthquakes can be predicted: a multidisciplinary method for strong

earthquake prediction
__90 --- David Pratt’s website
91 --- Partial radiogenic heat model for Earth revealed by geoneutrino measurements
91 --- First Cretaceous mammal from India
__91 --- H.A. Munera (ed.): Should the laws of gravitation be reconsidered?
93 --- 34th International Geological Congress Brisbane, Australia. 5-10 August,

2012
93 --- Fund raising appeal for 34IGC NCGT session invited speakers with financial

difficulties
95 --- ClimateStat

 --- No. 59 Jun. 2011
3 --- Plate tectonics – gone with the great Japanese earthquake and tsunami
4 --- Earthquakes and surge tectonics
__6 --- The subduction delusion
7 --- 36-day dollar-polar rotation drives Madden-Jullian Oscillation
9 --- Evolution of the North Atlantic: Paradigm shift in the offing
__49 --- Dykes, global tectonics and crustal extension
55 --- Geological analysis of the Great East Japan Earthquake
69 --- March 2011 Great Offshore Tohoku-Pacific Earthquake from the perspective of

the VE process
__78 --- Radio wave anomalies, ULF geomagnetic changes and variations in the

interplanetary magnetic field preceding the Japanese M9.0 earthquake
__89 --- 9/56 year cycle: Record earthquakes
__106 --- 9/56 year cycle: Hurricane
__113 --- Aspects of planetary formation and the Precambrian Earth
137 --- Cold Sun
__138 --- Long period tidal force variations in the Earth-Moon planet system
138 --- Video: Alternative Geology Documentary
139 --- Conferences: EDPD-2011, India; IGC34, Brisbane; Earth expansion, Italy
142 --- Claude Blot
144 --- Climate-Stat

 --- No. 58 Mar. 2011
3 --- Nordic Geosolutions
2 --- Japanese seismic crisis in March 2011: an urgent call for forming an

international, multidisciplinary team for earthquake study and prediction from a

new perspective
3 --- Raymond Lyttleton letter
__3 --- Solar cycles and earthquakes
8 --- NCGT Newsletter and earthquake prediction
____9 --- Continental rocks in the Indian Ocean
29 --- 9/56 year cycle: Californian earthquakes
41 --- Depth (endogenous) energy issues
42 --- Lithosphere plate issues
____44 --- The Lake Titicaca enigmas
50 --- M.I. Bhat, C. Smoot and D.R. Choi
64 --- How plate tectonics may appear to a physicist
__66 --- Atmospheric masses of four solar system solid bodies
__68 --- Two deepest geoid minima on Earth (Indian) and the Moon (South Pole-Aitken

basin)
__70 --- Cold Sun
__71 --- Global volcanism and oceanization of the Earth and planets
74 --- Global cooling: Space and Science Research Center Press Release nos. 1, 2 &

4
78 --- Geoeruption before the Great East Japan Earthquake
78 --- IDPD-2011 Indian Workshop; IGC34 Brisbane; Earth expansion, Italy; History

of Geological Map, Japan
81 --- Documentary film on “alternative geoscience”; An appeal
82 --- ClimateStat

 --- No. 57 Dec. 2010
2 --- Don’t see the face of your boss but do see the face of the truth
__3 --- Earth science education
__3 --- Facts, mistaken beliefs, and future of global tectonics
10 --- Cyclicity and cataclysms?
14 --- Observations of new magnetic map from the Commission for the Geological Map

of the World
__27 --- World magnetic anomaly map and global tectonics
__54 --- Earth tides and earthquakes
85 --- Earthquakes and solar activity cycles
98 --- Variations in gravitational field, tidal force, electromagnetic waves and

earthquakes
109 --- Why has plate tectonics become popular in the USA and Japan?
118 --- M. Hoshino: A plate tectonics controversy
120 --- G. Foulger: Plume tectonics and plate tectonics
__126 --- New origin of basalts: A more sialic upper mantle
__127 --- Morphology and origin of an evaporitic dome in the eastern Tithonium

Chasma, Mars
__127 --- Evidence for subaqueously resedimented sulphate evaporites on Mars
128 --- Earthquakes and their prediction
131 --- The Earth expansion Evidence conference
131 --- EPPD-2011, NCGT Indian Workshop
132 --- Ratmir F. Cherkasov

 --- No. 56, Sep. 2010
2 --- IGC34 Brisbane, 2012: Pursuit of a new global geodynamic paradigm: from

factual data to models and human interactions
3 --- New Concepts and the paths ahead
__5 --- Luminous phenomena and earthquake
8 --- Jerks and tectonic vortex structures revisited
__8 --- Seismic synchronicity and the Sun-Earth interaction
__9 --- Global tectonics: An ocean floor structure and age reality check
32 --- Lunar periodicities and earthquakes
50 --- A new theoretical conception concerning the tectonic processes of the Earth
75 --- Blot’s energy transmigration concept applied for forecasting shallow

earthquakes: a swarm of strong deep earthquakes in the northern Celebes Sea in

July, 2010
__86 --- Crater formation possibly associated with an ascending thermal plume
99 --- Science in dishonest parade
__108 --- Global Warming: Geophysical counterpoints to the enhanced greenhouse

theory
__108 --- Geological structure and origin of the Pacific Ocean
111 --- Continental drift hypothesis is not valid
111 --- Italian seismologists indicted for manslaughter
112 --- NCGT Indian Workshop: EDPD-2011 International Conference. 7 to 11

September, 2011

 --- No. 55, June, 2010
2 --- NCGT Workshop in India, 2011 – Earth Dynamics. Perceptions and deadlocks
3 --- Israeli Association of Global Warming Fight
4 --- Falling plate tectonics – rising new paradigm: salient historical facts and

the current situation
35 --- Habits of earthquakes. Part 3: Earthquake corridors in the Japanese Islands
66 --- Global seismic synchronicity
__74 --- Gulf of Mexico Basin – A collapsed Late Carboniferous mantle dome?
77 --- IPCC Chief mellows for bailout package
78 --- Disaster management plans in view of recent earthquakes
__81 --- Morphology and origin of an evaporitic dome in the eastern Tihonium

Chasma, Mars
81 --- Impact of recent discoveries on petroleum and natural gas exploration
82 --- NCGT Japan group report

 --- No. 54, Mar., 2010
2 --- More earthquakes, more dead: Why can’t we predict earthquakes?
3 --- The Caribbean case: Agitation of ingrained views
9 --- Earthquake prediction
12 --- Chilean earthquake on February 27, 2010
14 --- The Earth: The beginning and the end of active geologic evolution
23 --- Tectonic significance of the 29 September 2009 Samoa earthquake
__36 --- The January 2010 Haiti seismic disaster viewed from the perspective of the

energy transmigration concept and block tectonics
45 --- Habits of earthquakes: Part 2. Earthquake corridors in East Asia
__57 --- Twin earthquakes and planetary configurations: Height of planets used for

earthquake prediction
__65 --- The chicken or the egg: The Ogasawara Plateau or the Izu-Bonin Trench
73 --- With cons accruing, pro news for IPCC and its models
__76 --- Precursory earthquake vapour clouds of the Haiti and Chile earthquakes
__77 --- Using the earthquake vapour theory to explain the French airbus crash
78 --- Glaciers- science and nonsense
__79 --- Earthquake distribution viewed from the north and south poles

 --- No. 53, Dec., 2009
2 --- Lessons from the Samoan earthquakes and tsunamis in September 2009
____4 --- Ancient and continental rocks from the Atlantic Ocean
38 --- Habits of earthquakes: Part 1 Mechanisms of earthquakes and lateral thermal

seismic energy transmigration
____47 --- Luminous phenomena in the atmosphere: signs of uplift of the Earth’s

crust? The “lights” in Taro Valley (Italy) and Hessdalen (Norway)
57 --- The Earth’s interior – myth and science
82 --- Climate quacks are out to fix you and your progeny
82 --- Is IPCC Chief ignorant or conveniently silent?
84 --- Open letter to President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives
__86 --- The ocean is heated from below
89 --- Earth expansionists view
93 --- Third Russian national Scientific Conference: Earth’s inner core - 2009
93 --- NCGT session at IGC34, Brisbane, 2012
93 --- NCGT website traffic report
__94 --- The origin and evolution of the Caribbean plate
94 --- Pacific origin paradigm of the Caribbean plate questioned
94 --- Caribbean evolution – a new account
95 --- Geometric tectonic regularities in the eastern hemisphere of Earth
__96 --- Sun bolts shake the Earth

 --- No. 52, Sep., 2009
2 --- Earthquakes and their prediction
3 --- Facts about the Earth and the search for a functional global theory
6 --- North Atlantic cruise observations
__6 --- Luminous phenomena as earthquake precursors
10 --- Geoid Tectonics: Chapter 6, Some major geological processes
__19 --- Rock assemblages from the Pacific Ocean bedrock in the Clarion-Clipperton

Fault region
__30 --- Origin of the world’s deepest bays
40 --- “Getrans” – a planetary geodynamic system of transcontinental core-

concentrating activation megazones
51 --- A “jackpot” for the forecast of earthquakes
52 --- Tsunoda, F., “Habits of earthquakes”
__56 --- Reduction of the radius and heat losses within the Earth and other planets

in light of recent data
56 --- On the ring-like arrangement of faults accompanied by shallow and deep

earthquakes in central Honshu, Japan (Part 1)

 --- No. 51, Jun., 2009
2 --- Proposal for an international multidisciplinary project: paleogeography of

the world oceans
3 --- April 6, 2009 L’Aquila earthquake, Italy
4 --- A “Jackpot” for the forecast of earthquakes: the seismic swarm in the north-

western Apennines, December 2008
14 --- The minute investigation of seismicity beneath the Japanese islands and

surrounding regions
__23 --- The Earth in an electric solar system
__35 --- Sea level in the Southwest Pacific is stable
41 --- Geoid tectonics: Chapter 5. Deformation and failure of the crust
58 --- A regular row of planetary relief ranges connected with tectonic

granulations of celestial bodies
62 --- Ideological suppression at theIGC33 Oslo (2)
____65 --- Ancient and continental rocks in the Atlantic
66 --- Astronomical theory of ice ages: New approximations, solutions and

challenges

 --- No. 50, Mar., 2009
2 --- We have come a long way and made great achievements
8 --- Geoid tectonics, Chapter 4. State of stress in the Earth’s crust
18 --- Does cosmological expansion exist in smaller scale?
__23 --- On universal tectonic trends of rotating celestial bodies (supertectonics)
____35 --- Stress distribution in continental margins and intraplate seismicity
46 --- Geology and tectonic development of the Pacific Ocean. Part 5. Global low-

gravity belt: an outer ring of the Great Pacific Ring Structure
55 ---  Ideological suppression at the 33 IGC
70 --- Trans-Asiatic lineaments and Himalayan Orogeny
__71 --- Global lineaments: Application of digital terrain modelling
71 --- Tectonics, deep structure, metallogeny of the Central Asian-Pacific belt

junction area
____72 --- Distribution of ancient continental rocks in the Atlantic Ocean
__73 --- Global volcanism and the Earth oceanization
78 --- John Grover

 --- No. 49, Dec., 2008
2 --- Changing tide is irreversible
__2 --- Basic intrusives of great age in the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans;

Freedom in scientific thought
__4 --- Similarities of a martian dome with terrestrial salt domes
19 --- Some paradoxes of plate-tectonic palaeogedynamic models and reconstructions

(Russian Southeast)
30 --- 300-day seismic cycles in the southern segment of the San Andreas Fault,

California.
54 --- Geoid tectonics. Chapter 3, General effects of polar wander
67 --- Earthquakes and their tsunamis
__67 --- Earthquake clouds in Iran
68 --- David Archibald: Solar Cycle 24

 --- No. 48, Sep., 2008
2 --- Reflections on the 33rd Geological Congress
3 --- Planetary alignment and earthquakes
__5 --- The massive Missoula floods – an alternative rationale
____23 --- Geology and tectonic development of the Pacific Ocean. Part 3. Structure

and composition of the basement.
____52 --- Geology and tectonic development of the Pacific Ocean. Part 4.

Geological interpretation of seismic tomography
61 --- Seismic focal zone as a system of deep faults
__71 --- Tectonic geomorphology of mountains. A new approach to paleoseismology by

William Bull
72 --- Fallacies in realm of natural sciences by Bencho Binev
76 --- NCGT Tokyo Symposium. “Ring structures and their geological implication”

 --- No. 47, Jun., 2008
5 --- Evidence of igneous diapirism in the northern part of Narmada block, Cambay

Basin, Indias
__12 --- Sun induced semi-diurnal stresses on Earth’s surface, which trigger

earthquakes and volcanic eruption
24 --- Is large-scale subduction made unlikely by the Mediterranean deep

seismicity?
31 --- Geology and tectonic development of the Pacific Ocean. Part 2: Regional

structural control on the auriferous Tabar-Feni volcanic arc, Papua New Guinea
__45 --- Planetary perturbations and twin earthquakes
47 --- Global lineaments: Application of digital terrain modelling

 --- No. 46, Mar., 2008
__3 --- Earthquakes and Arctic Ocean warming
__5 --- Geology and dredged rocks from the Sea of Japan floor: Part 2, Photographs

of dredged rocks
20 --- Geological development of the northwestern Pacific
28 --- Geology and tectonic development of the Pacific Ocean: Part 1, Mesozoic

basins and deep-seated tectonic zones
__35 --- Planetary perturbations and ‘Twin earthquakes’: a model for the long-term

prediction of earthquakes
52 --- Geology of the land and sea areas of Northern Europe
53 --- The map that changed the world: William Smith and the birth of modern

geology by Simon Winchester
54 --- Crustal development and sea level by M. Hoshino
59 --- European Geosciences Union Annual Meeting, April 2008
59 --- 33 IGC, Oslo, August 2008
60 --- Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change

 --- No. 45, Dec., 2007
____2 --- Oceanic crust is continental; great, timely news for the oil industry!
2 --- Earth expansion @ AAPG
3 --- Diagonal strain lines
5 --- Geology and dredged rocks from the Sea of Japan floor: Part 1
21 --- Wherefore the Tethys Sea(s)?
31 --- The cloud of the M8.4 Indonesian earthquake on September 12, 2007
34 --- A new hypothesis for Earth lithosphere evolution
52 --- Exceptional planets and moons, and theories of the expanding Earth
55 --- Environmental effects of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide
57 --- Historical review of the study on intermediate and deep earthquakes
58 --- Earthquake patterns based on diurnal and semidiurnal electromagnetic field
58 --- RF emission, types of earthquake precursors: possibly caused by the

planetary alignments
59 --- Lomborg, B., “Cool it”
60 --- AAPG & AAPG European Region Energy Conference and Exhibition
72 --- American Geophysical Union 2007 Fall Meeting
78 --- Open Letter to the UN Secretary-General, “Bali Climate Conference”; 33IGC,

Oslo, August, 2008; European Geosciences Union Annual Meeting, April, 2008; NCGT

website traffic report
78 --- New subscription fee structure

 --- No. 44 Sep., 2007
2 --- Financial report from March, 2006 to September, 2007
3 --- What’s in a name? The discovery of Neotectonics
8 --- NW Pacific seamount/trench interaction
18 --- Precursory luminous phenomena used for earthquake prediction – The Taro

Valley, northwestern Apennines, Italy
33 --- Diagonal strain lines
38 --- The Great September 12, 2007 Southern Sumatra Earthquakes, as predicted by

the seismic energy transmigration concept, Part 1
__43 --- Plato’s polyhedra as shapes of small satellite in the outer solar system
46 --- Global shear deformation
__47 --- Earthquake activity and bushfires
__50 --- Earthquake vapour clouds
__53 --- M.R. Edwards, 2007. Photon-graviton recycling as cause of gravitation R.P.

Lelikov, et al., 2006. Geology and basic types of rocks of the Sea of Japan floor
54 --- Ages in chaos: James Hutton and the discovery of deep time by Stephen Baxter
55 --- The greatest lie ever told by N.A. Mörner
57 --- Report of Vladivostok Workshop
61 --- AAPG Athens and IGC33

 --- No. 43 June, 2007
____3 --- Ancient and continental rocks discovered in the ocean floors
____18 --- Geological consequences of large meteoritic bodies approaching the Earth

– The electrical factor
22 --- The great twin earthquakes in late 2006 to early 2007 in the Kuril Arc:

their forerunners and the seismicity-tectonics relationship
__34 --- Seismo-electro-magnetic and other precursory observations from recent

earthquakes
__39 --- Solid planetary tides and differential motion of deep layers
46 --- Tectonic controls of climate
56 --- Global shear deformations
60 --- South American Pacific margin as key target for geosciences and general

culture
69 --- More on isostasy: quantitative evaluation
__71 --- Earthquake vapour clouds
76 --- International Geological-Geophysical Atlas of the Pacific Ocean
__78 --- The great dinosaur extinction controversy by C. Officer and J. Page
80 --- AAPG European Conference, Athens/IGC 33 Oslo

 --- No. 42 Mar. 2007
 --- Climate change is nothing new!
 --- Borneo-Vanuatu Geanticline and the tectonic framework of Southeast Asia and

the Indian Ocean
 --- The enigma of the Dead Sea Transform legend built on automatic citation. Part

1
__ --- Glaciers and ice-sheets: modern problems and tectonic associations
 --- The recent successful M6.4 Indonesia earthquake prediction
__ --- Rivers, anticlines and alleged isostasy
 --- Schellart-Lindley debate
 --- Geology of Jeju Island
 --- Unstoppable global warming
__ --- The chilling stars: a new theory of climate change
 --- Geological framework of the Levant, Volume2: Levantine basin and Israel
 --- Igor Rezanov

 --- No. 41  Dec. 2006
6 --- Precursor of the largest earthquake in the last 40 years
__16 --- New Britain Trench, Papua New Guinea: an extensional elements in a

regional sinistral strike-slip stem
29 --- Geoid tectonics: Chapter 2. The case for polar wander
42 --- Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Where is the spreading?
45 --- The geodynamic meaning of the deep earthquakes: First clues for a global

perspective for foldbelts
54 --- Mountain uplift, climate and isostasy
56 --- Neotectonic mountain uplift
58 --- Bushy-Blairy global warming
72 --- Voyage of discovery
74 --- Celestial climate drivers: a perspective from four billion years of the

carbon cycle
__74 --- Frontiers in Earth sciences: New ideas and interpretations
76 --- Consolidation – the expanding hemispheric ring
__76 --- Subduction and overthrusting

 --- No. 40 Sep. 2006
1 --- We are on the web!! – www.ncgt.org
__5 --- Geoid tectonics: How polar wander shapes the Earth
14 --- Mountain uplift, climate and isostasy
17 --- Neotectonic uplift of Bulgarian mountains
19 --- The Great Southern Java Earthquake on July 17, 2006 and its tectonic

perspective
__27 --- Tectonic forcing function of climate – revisited: Four elements of coupled

climate evidence of an electromagnetic driver for global warming
35 --- Anthropogenic global warming doctrine
39 --- The twisted Earth
41 --- Tectonic papers
42 --- Terra non firma Earth: Plate tectonics is a myth. J. Maxlow
44 --- Ivan Vasilievic Kirollov

 --- No. 39 June, 2006
2 --- Where is subduction under the Indonesian Arc?
12 --- Neotectonic mountains uplift : some further instances
__23 --- Origin of the primary tectonic structures, part 2
__28 --- Australia and the Pacific: similar shapes of two terrestrial tectonic

features of different size and lithosphere argue for their origin by one wave

mechanism 
31 --- On the recent catastrophic Java earthquake (May 26, 2006) and Merapi Volcano

eruption: Their forerunners
37 --- Abstracts and figures from “Tectonic process and its deep factor in the

continental margin of East Asia and the Pacific Ocean”, Chikyu Kagaku, v. 30, no.

3, 2006
44 --- AAPG European conference; Oslo IGC33

 --- No. 38 Mar, 2006
__3 --- Gulf of California electrical hot-spot hypothesis : climate and wildfire

teleconnection
9 --- Earth’s evolution sages, Part 2
__13 --- Wave structures in the Saturnian system
__16 --- Origin of the primary tectonic structures of the Earth and planets
17 --- Comments on recent papers on Sumatra-Andaman earthquake
19 --- Stamping out dissent
21 --- Refereed journals: Do they insure quality or enforce orthodoxy?
27 --- Organized opposition to plate tectonics: The New Concepts in Global

Tectonics group, Jour. Sci. Exploration, v. 20, no. 1, 2006
32 --- Terra non firma earth: plate tectonics is a myth
33 --- The growing and developing earth
__34 --- Galaxy-Sun-Earth relations: The origin of the magnetic field and of the

endogenous energy of the Earth
37 --- Asia Oceania Geosciences Society; IGC32 proceedings volume download

 --- No. 37 Dec, 2005 
4 --- Forerunners of the catastrophic Kashmir Earthquake (8 Octobver, 2005) and

their geological significance
__17 --- Further inferences on structure in the mantle from deep earthquake

patterns
20 --- Early sialic crust of the continental frame of the Pacific Ocean
28 --- Abstracts of papers in “Earth dynamics beyond the plate paradigm”. Boll.

Soc. Geol. Italiana, spec. vol. 5, 2005
33 --- Prof. Yukinori Fujita by Y. Suzuki

 --- No. 36, Sep, 2005
1 --- See facts as they are, precisely and comprehensively
2 --- Volcanic eruptions, great earthquakes and tsunamis: Warning techniques to

master the deadly science
12 --- Earth's evolution stages
20 --- “Earth dynamics beyond the plate paradigm”, Boll. Soc. Geol. Italiana, spec.

vol. 5, 2005
__20 --- Geological structure and origin of the Pacific Ocean
24 --- E.S.T. (Tim) O'Driscoll written by I. Campbell

 --- No. 35 June, 2005
1 --- Our battle continues
3 --- On the recent Sumatran earthquakes and their forerunners
8 --- The geodynamic meaning of the Great Sumatran Earthquake: Inferences from

short time windows
__23 --- Equatorial mid-Atlantic ridge. A sea floor spreading anomaly
__27 --- Mars and Earth: Two dichotomies - one cause
29 --- The Earth's decelerated rotation and regularities in orientation of its

surface lineaments and faults
__33 --- Continental crust in the North Atlantic; Where is the Moho?; Origin of the

primary tectonic structures of Earth and planets, mantle rotation; Magmatism in

India through time

 --- No. 34 Mar, 2005
1 --- IGC 2004-Urbino International workshop to discuss some new concepts in global

tectonics, University of Urbino, Italy, 29-31 August, 2004
6 --- On the nature of seismic focal zone
__21 --- Plate subduction is not the cause for the Great Indonesian Earthquake on

December 26, 2004
27 --- Earthquake patterns from Sumatra
__32 --- The geodynamic significance of the Earth axis displacement during the

Sumatra Earthquake
__34 --- What will be penetrated by drilling at the base of the oceanic crust?
__40 --- A.K. Dubey paper on GPS and Himalayan orogenic belt; C.D. Ollier paper -

Mountain building and climate; N.C. Smoot book, Tectonic globaloney

 --- No. 33 Dec, 2004
2 --- Plate tectonic "theory" is slowly and inevitably dying
3 --- Recent devastating earthquakes in Japan and Indonesia viewed from the seismic

energy transmigration concept
__13 --- Granitic rocks: A new geological meaning
16 --- Y. Suzuki, Introduction to seismotectonics of the Japanese Islands

 --- No. 32 Sep, 2004
1 --- Two historic NCGT meetings successfully held in Italy!
2 --- Development of geotectonic hypotheses in the 20th century
9 --- The volcanic intepretation of Chicxulub, Mexico
15 --- A new interpretation of the origin of the Wadati-Benioff zones in the

Mediterranean region
25 --- Latest Mt. Stromboli eruption as predicted by Blot; Deep earthquake

precursors in Japan
__26 --- V. Sanchez Cela, 2004 - Granitic rocks; Friedrich and Leduc, 2004 -

Curvilinear patterns of oceanic fracture zones

 --- No.31 June, 2004
2 --- IGC 32 and Urbino Workshop programs
5 --- Criticism of Hess' model of the oceanic crust
10 --- Volcanic eruptions predicted by energy transmigration phenomenon - A case of

Mt. Stromboli Volcano, Italy -
__15 --- Illustrating concepts in global tectonics with world maps with constant

scale natural boundaries (CSNB)
19 --- Comment on the Pacific basin
20 --- V.V. Orlenok (Ed) - Oceanization of the Earth: an alternative to

Neomobilism. Collected scientific works
25 --- W.B. Agocs written by I. Kis

No. 30 Mar, 2004
IGC Florence news
__Disproof of subduction
__Deep tectonic zones and structure of the Earth's interior revealed by seismic

tomography
The geological cycle and the conservation of continents
 
No.29 Dec, 2003
__Energy transmigration from deep to shallow earthquakes: a phenomenon applied to

Japan - toward scientific earthquake prediction-
__N.C. Smoot book, "Tectonic globaloney"; Chicxulub crater; Pushing gravity by M.R.

Edwards; Subduction fails to check out; Global wrench tectonics by K. Storetvedt;

and others

No.28 Sep, 2003
Great discoveries in science
Earth Climate Research Institute; Report of NCGT Niigata Forum (Y. Suzuki)
Middle America Trench
The Leinster-South Wales-London-Brabant deep fracture or lineament: History,

mineralization and some implications
__The geological cycle and tectonic explanations
__Deep structures of orogenic belts
L.W.D. Bridges - our expanding Earth: The ultimate cause

No.27 June, 2003
__Geological structure and origin of the Pacific Ocean
Deep earthquakes and deep-seated tectonic zones. Part 5, Discussion
More on earthquake patterns
__I.A. Rezanov: Vassiliev & Choi book - "Geology of trenches and island arcs in the

Pacific Ocean"

No.26 Mar, 2003
__Geologic history of continents and oceans
An analysis of earthquake patterns
Deep earthquakes and deep-seated tectonic zones. Part 4, Southwest Pacific
__Cenozoic Earth contraction
__A. Ribeiro - Soft plate and impact tectonics; J.C. Grover, Volcanic eruption and

great earthquakes; A. Gavrilov - Fault systems of Japan and Okhotsk Sea regions
 
No.25 Dec, 2002
__Earth contraction tectonics
Deep earthquakes and deep-seated tectonic zones. Part 3, Southeast Asia
Global stress field of the Earth, its variations and prediction of earthquakes
N.C. Smoot & B.A. Leybourne - Central Pacific Megatrend; N.C. Smoot & D. R. Choi -

North Pacific Megatrend

No.24 Sep, 2002
Deep earthquakes and deep-seated tectonic zones. Part 2, South America
__Controversial aspects of plate tectonics and possible alternatives
The oceanic environment under polar wander
__Overview of two websites that present interpretations different from strict plate

tectonics
__Geology of the deep-water trenches and island arcs of the Pacific by B.I.

Vassiliev and D.R. Choi; Geological map of the world by B.A. Jatskevich (ed.),

2000; Origin of oceanic crust by I.A. Rezanov; and others

No.23 Jun, 2002
__From geosyncline to fold mountain: The role of geoid stress
__Deep-seated faults and deep earthquakes in the northwestern Pacific
A surge-tectonic 'Wobble"
Pacific paleobiogeography and expansion models
__Report on New Concepts in Global Tectonics conference, La Junta, CO, Otero Junior

College, Colorado, USA, May 5-11, 2002
Smoot, Choi & Bhat book, "Marine geomorphology"

No.22 Mar, 2002
__Crust and upper mantle structure and global geodynamics
On the state of stress in the Earth's crust - further note -
Quantification of an Archaean to Recent Earth expansion process: A review of

current research
Lithostratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy and tectonics of the Siwaliks between

Ramnagar and Tanakpur areas, southeastern Kumaun Himalaya
Complicated high relief of central Asian highland
On the deep process of the circum-Pacific tectogenesis
Late Neogene N-S trending upward bending of the crust in the central part of the

Honshu Arc, Japan
Reply to Peter James
__N.C. Smoot - Earth geodynamic hypotheses updated; I. Perin - Earth's hemispheric

ring; M. Keith - Evidence for a plate tectonics debate; N.C. Smoot, D.R. Choi &

M.I. Bhat - Active margin geomorphology

No.21 Dec, 2001
__Dual geospheres: oxidic carapace: hydridic interior
Reply to Paul Lowman review
Fingernails, GPS and Pacific basin closure
__Comments on "Political correctness in science" by Peter James, NCGT Newsletter,

no. 19, p. 6-15
Reply to Bob Tuttle comments
J.K. Reed - Plate tectonics - a different view; N.C. Smoot and B.A. Leybourne -

Central Pacific Megatrend; S. Tassos - The trembling Earth
NCGT Symposium in Colorado, USA; Tokyo forum for mountains 2001

No.20 Sep, 2001
On the immovable musings of mobilists
__Expanding hemispheric ring
Basic logic principles of analysis and synthesis of geotectonic hypotheses
The Neotectonic Period
A geotectonic model of South America referring to the intermediate-deep earthquake

zone
Plate tectonics: "A paradigm under threat", by D. Pratt, Jour. Sci. Expl., v. 14,

no.3
 
No.19  June, 2001
Nature and problems of the crust and mantle - an overview
__Political correctness in science
Recent advances in geophysics
Some comments on the structure of the east coast geosyncline, New Zealand
__"The Origin of mountains
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