Overview: The present models for the shaping of the Earths surface explain that it was forces such as wind, water and weathering over millions of years, along with shorter term more energetic events such as glaciers, mega-floods, volcanoes, tsunamis, meteor impacts. We also are shown models of how over millions of years tectonic plates have drifted over the surface of the Earth, causing collisions where mountains are pushed up, or seas formed where tectonic plates move apart. A grand story, but how much of it can be proven? And are there any other ways in which all the features documented on Earths surface (and underwater too) could have been formed? I and a growing number of others are saying yes, there are clear signs of other forces at work, and which are being experimentally shown to be capable of producing the geological forms we can find all over the world. Those forces are electro-magnetic, and such forces are used in industry to soften, melt, shatter, shape or turn to dust many types of rock. I believe the evidence speaks for itself, and not just on Earth, but on the Moon, Mars, Mercury, and even asteroids.
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Glacial pothole in Bloomington on the St. Croix River

Since 1981 I have resided on southern Vancouver Island off the west coast of Canada, close to a regional park known as the Sooke Potholes.
As with potholes elsewhere in the world the explanation for their formation is glacial.
Pothole Formation
A description of the formation process can be found here:

Potholes in the park come in assorted sizes and shapes and the area is very popular for its swim holes and cliff diving oportunities.
I have spent many hours during the driest times of the year exploring the dry river bed and as well as the potholes there are many other features that
really seem difficult to accept as having been formed by glaciers, and appear melted, twisted and deformed, and of different rock types than the
basalt that the region mainly consists of, known as the Metchosin Igneous Complex.

Sooke Potholes
Despite years of exploring sothern Vancouver Island I had never doubted
the geologists explanations of how the area came to be and of how it was modified by
repeated advances and retreats of glacial ice sheets over many thousands of years.
What made me question the models was what I found on the site where I had also
found information about the Electric Universe idea.

The Beginners Guide to the Electric Universe

Here can be found the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day archive, which shows many formations on the Earth which are most likely all of electromagnetic origin:

Earth Geology

Natural Arches example.

Although many examples of larger scale events can be found around he world, the
true picture only comes into focus when much smaller scale events are included, and I have taken
many photos of such evidence which I will put up on this site.