Hapgood's Own General Summary of his Key Ideas

At the end of Path of the Poles Hapgood highlights the more conservative of his theories by focusing on its what he considers its essential scientific simplicity because it requires such a small number of assumptions.

On the pages that follow he also brings up some 'remaining problems for future research.' Which of these, if any, have already been resolved by studies that have accumulated since the book was written?

Hapgood's General Summary


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