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Subject: Australasian Tektite Impact 780 Ka Crater Identified in Spratly Islands
From: Hermann GW Burchard
Date: November 3, 2013
There seems to be a recent update to Google Earth,– apologoizing for over-reliance on this dubious source — the ocean between Vietnam and the Phillipines, the […]
Large Pt anomaly in the Greenland ice core points to a cataclysm at the onset of Younger Dryas by George Howard
In yet another scurrilous feat of science sample salting, Dr. Allen West and his so-called “Younger Dryas Boundary Team” have now managed to clandestinely contaminate ice core samples from the Greenland Ice […]
Cosmic Airbursts – Impacts Leave High Temperature Melt Products at Younger Dryas by George Howard
As far as disputes over ancient impacts are concerned, the hostility that has greeted evidence for the Chiemgau Impacts is exceeded only by that received by the Younger Dryas Boundary hypothesis. But like the YDB team the Germans have soldiered on and continue to publish more detailed evidence to an increasingly quiet […]
Obviously, this whole “salting” thing from The Bos has got me hopping mad — and for good reason.
By implying that the sites were “salted,” The Bos raises the issue of fraud or conspiracy surrounding the modern date he got on his YDB carbon spherule from Gainey, Michigan. But there’s a problem with that […]
Update: As published in PNAS in July, 2013
“The [Younger Dryas Boundary] theory has reached zombie status,” said Professor Andrew Scott from the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway. “Whenever we are able to show flaws and think it is dead [!], it reappears with new, equally […]
ABSTRACT Intersection with the debris of a large (50-100 km) short-period comet during the Upper Palaeolithic provides a satisfactory explanation for the catastrophe of celestial origin which has been postulated to have occurred around 12900 BP, and which pre-saged a return to ice age conditions of duration 1300 years. The Taurid Complex appears to […]
Newton’s Great Comet of 1680
Update: A couple of useful links and a popular article on the subject.
I just learned of the discovery of Comet ISON which has apparently electrified the astronomy world for months. What then caught my eye was a paper from David Eichler of Ben Gurion […]
The PNAS paper has a helpful bibliography of recent publications supportive of the hypothesis. It’s worth a separate block quote below.
Nice how the links take you to the cites themselves at the PNAS website.
“Some independent workers have been unable to reproduce earlier YDB results for MSp, CSp, and NDs […]
PROGRAM NOTE: Can anyone “see” the embedded paper below within the window without a click?! For some reason I cannot…
UPDATE: I can see it now. I should note, however, that these debris were from something that would have CAUSED a tsunami and then rained from above — not from a wave that reached the […]
Paul Heinrich, a fair minded critic of the YD hypothesis, has located a feature that might one day lend support to the theory. I hope Paul can round up some funding for additional research. This crater joins a growing list of large recent scars in North America. See related post here.
Heinrich 2011–Possible 1-Km YD […]