McCarthy, D. 2005. Biogeographical and geological
evidence for a smaller, completely-enclosed Pacific
Basin in the Late Cretaceous.  
Journal of
, 32, 2161-2177.

Jacobson, T.A. and Parentani, R.  2005. An ECHO of
Black Holes.  "Sound waves in a fluid behave uncannily
like light waves in space. Black holes even have
acoustic counterparts. Could spacetime literally be a
kind of fluid, like the ether of pre-Einsteinian physics?"  
Scientific American, Dec., 69-75
McCarthy, D. 2003. The trans-Pacific zipper effect:
disjunct sister taxa and matching geological outlines
that link the Pacific margins.  
Journal of Biogeography,
30, 1545-1561.
McCarthy, D. 2005  Biogeography and
scientific revolutions.  
The Systematist,
McCarthy, D. 2005 Lorentzian fluid dynamics and general
relativity / Using an acoustical analogy to uncover the ether
frame of reference. (In submission).
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The greatest scientific revolution in history is
happening right now....
On December 1st, 2005, articles on
both expanding Earth theory and the
ether theory appeared in main-stream
science texts -- my paper in
Journal of Biogeography
and the ether
view in
Scientific American.  The title
The Fourth Revolt refers to.…
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