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How to Confirm the Existence of Antediluvian Civilizations? New Research Methods

How to prove an existence of antediluvian civilizations?

In this section I pronounce my consideration concerning new methodology of investigations which is necessary for using at carrying out of field geologic works for confirmation of the existence on Earth of reasonable antediluvian civilizations. After all, you see, without carrying out of such works the majority of scientists will hardly believe in existed many million years ago civilizations, and, means, arguments of opponents of arms race (armament drive) will sound less convincingly.
The  suggested methodology should be grounded both on the classic, and non-traditional geologic research methods. The last, first of all, include detail analysis of debris of sedimentary rocks which had been accumulated in the time, preceeding a catastrophe. The  method is not  new in itself, only objects and purposes of investigations are new in it.
I will illustrate it on an example. One of the most widespread fraction  of sedimentary rocks - sandstones and gravelstones - is quartz. According to the generally accepted point of view it has magmatic genesisis and very few explorers have ever seriously thought of that quartz  can also represent debris of polished by water glass used in construction or other branch of industry. It is also improbable that somebody was smitten by idea earlier to search in sedimentary rocks debris of plastics materials and other products of conscientious human activity.
Searching and investigations of allogenic formations in sedimentary rocks and revision of some iron concretions (oxides and iron hydrooxides) should become the other research method. Any geologist very well knows that they present in sedimentary rocks of different age and genesis. Many of them resemble artificial formations: nails, screws, pieces of wire, pipes etc. A lot of geological records mention about it. I watched not one time similar concretions in the Palaeogene and Neogene sedimentary rocks of Kamchatka and Koryak highland.
Well, what of it? All such concretions are considered "as unimaginable freak of nature". But after all, they can be real artificial formations! To confirm or deny it, it is necessary very few - to learn them. But to make it, it is necessary to believe in artificial genesisis of concretions at first.
Learning of … modern and bury dumps should become one more research method of investigations of ancient civilizations. And then to try to simulate in vitro, in what lying in dumps waste can be transformed with the lapse  of time. And after that purposefully to search for ancient dumps left by civilizations previous us. After all it will not be possible to find in them remnants of food, clothes and cans. Most likely, we will discover something absolutely other - perhaps, deposit of coals, bitumens or any other combustible shales, who knows?
Well, and in final, it is necessary to take a radiometer and to learn radioactivity of boundary sediments and organic remains hidden in them.

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Read my works "Where have material remains of the ancients disappeared? They number in thousands!", "Fossil footprints of people and other reasonable beings in the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic sediments", "Mineral oil (petroleum) and gas - the altered remnants of perished during catastrophes plants, animals and people", "Mineral oil (petroleum) and coals with heightened contents of uranium, vanadium, nickel, iridium and other metals - the sediments of epochs of "nuclear wars" and other works in the section "Remains of Disappeared Civilizations"

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