Hugh Auchincloss Brown
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|Hugh Auchincloss Brown|
|Born||23 December 1878|
Rutherford, New Jersey
|Died||9 November 1975 (96) |
Queens, New York
|Alma mater||Columbia University (1900)|
|Known for||Polar Ice Axial Shift hypothesis|
Hugh Auchincloss Brown (December 23, 1878 - November 9, 1975) was an American electrical engineer and proponent of a hypothesis of planetary axial shift caused by the accumulation of polar ice, whereby the earth's tilt is suddenly and radically shifted by the enormous weight of the ice caps, causing calamitous flooding and the movement of global climate zones.
- Brown, Hugh Auchincloss (1948), Popular Awakening Concerning the Impending Flood, The Author
- Brown, Hugh Auchincloss (1967), Cataclysms of the Earth, New York: Twayne Publishers
- Plumb, Robert (1948-08-30), "Engineer Says Vast Polar Ice Cap Could Tip Earth Over at Any Time; Hugh A. Brown Thinks $10,000,000 Project for Atomic Blasting in Antarctic Could Avert End of World as We Know It", New York Times: 19, 35, https://web.archive.org/web/20181013033621/http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/myl/llog/IceCapDanger.pdf
- Krebs, Albin (1975-11-11), "Hugh Brown, 96, Dies; Cited Ice Peril", New York Times: 32M, "Hugh Auchincloss Brown Sr., an electrical engineer who devoted more than 60 years of his life to the promulgation of his theory that a vast polar ice cap would tip the earth over in this century and wipe out civilization, died Sunday night..."