Earlier GSA abstract
Co-author spotlight: Andrew S. Madden
Carter, Simms, Benamara….
PNAS Lexus lane? 46,000 hits!
In 2007, scientists proposed that the start of the Younger Dryas (YD) chronozone (10,900 radiocarbon years ago) and late Pleistocene extinctions resulted from the explosion of a comet in the earths atmosphere. The ET event, as it is […]
It is safe to say The Bos is becoming obsessed. Someone please count and let me know, but I believe he has four publications this year seeking to undermine the Younger Dryas Boundary Hypothesis. Over time he has published more than a dozen. Today he is back in PNAS — alone — and in […]
September 9th, 2013 | Tags: asteroid, canada, comet, dartmouth, mark boslough, Sandia Labs, shama, spherules, wu, Younger Dryas Impact | Category: Great papers, impact markers, PNAS, Younger Dryas Boundary: ET or Not? |
Stein B. Jacobsen? and here and here
Program Note: More recent posts can be found below
July 25th, 2013 | Tags: Harvard, mark boslough, paetev, Platinum, Sandia Labs, Wallace Broecker, wally broecker | Category: impact markers, Independent Confirmations, PNAS, wally broecker, Younger Dryas Boundary: ET or Not? |
Where Lies the Younger Dryas Boundary Smoking Gun?
Nice sum up from a creationist blog
U Santa Barbara
Program Note: Boslough\LeCompte colloquy reposted and readable
To a great degree the Tusk itself was a response to my frustration with Todd Surovell and Vance Holliday’s botched 2009 PNAS journal article, “An independent evaluation of the Younger Dryas extraterrestrial impact hypothesis,” published three months before this blog began.
Despite my early understanding of the sloppy work of the authors, however, I did […]
iPaper_embed(‘106210252’, ‘key-2i68bycjgm0wdjsmqc1j’, ‘600’, ‘450’); Working on getting the paper. [Update: Got it above}
This appears to be the long hoped for independent, intentional, blind, professional and reproducible confirmation of the original 2007 findings of the Younger Dryas Boundary team.
Independent evaluation of conflicting microspherule results from different investigations of the Younger Dryas […]
I came across a well-researched and informative blog today summing up the recent findings and YDB science to date. I was so impressed by Abby Tabor’s post at Science Works Now, “New Evidence for Climate-Changing Cosmic Impact,” I have added a permanent link to her on the side-bar.
Tabor it seems was driven — shudder — […]