I'm not quite ready to ask questions, but the claims are clear enough: one can use formations under the oceans to help interpret possible galactic collisions. In particular, there may have been a collision between our planet and a comet that was responsible for a catastrophic flood about 12,000 years ago that radically and suddenly increased sea levels. The key to understanding your claims is your book and illustrations, which I don't have. I have scrounged up a podcast and a vimeo talk you gave:
Once I get a better understanding from these, I'll be back with more detailed questions--and perhaps some speculation of my own.
BTW, if there are more such talks, maybe you could provide some links?