Dolph Earl Hooker

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Dolph Earl Hooker
Born 17 July 1883(1883-07-17)
Carson, Pottawattamie, Iowa
Died 21 March 1978 (94) [1]
Akron, Summit, Ohio
Nationality American
Noted work(s) Those Astounding Ice Ages (1958)

Dolph Earl Hooker (July 17, 1883 - March 21, 1978) was an American engineer who proposed the cataclysmological hypothesis that the Earth formerly had minerals and ice caught in orbit, and that these were the source of periodic hails leading to brief Ice Ages.[2]

Selected Bibliography

  • Hooker, Dolph E. (1958), Those Astounding Ice Ages: An Exploration of Our Planet's Most Challenging Mysteries, New York: Exposition Press 
  • Hooker, Dolph E. (1969), Radiocarbon Dating, Ice Ages & Noah's Flood, Akron, Ohio