I have a huge library of catastrophist books, both printed and now electronic. They range from horribly kooky and shallow to books that have millions of copies in their future. Dr. Jeffrey Goodman’s The Comets of God is closer to the latter. It will be read and re-read, particularly by Christians, and [...]
Tankersley Clovis Comet Sheridan Cave Ohio by George Howard
I am off to camp for indian tribe weekend with the Growling Bears.
No time for commentary — enjoy!
The Bos, et al.:
LETTER Faulty protocols yield contaminated samples, unconfirmed results
LeCompte et al. (1) reported abundant magnetic microspherules from three
Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) sites, which they concluded are consistent with
those interpreted by Firestone et al. [...]
Magnificent article from Tusk favorite Marie-Agnes Courty, and distinguished newcomer to catastrophist publications, Eric Coqueugniot.
I heard Courty hurl questions at San Francisco AGU in 2010 and only realized later who the thickly accented inquisitor was. Courty is French, very French. While I admire her style with translation and find it interesting, it can be [...]
From Hermann Burchard:
here is a simple model to explain the vapor trail’s observed symmetry:
Partial cloudlets each side, North & South,
have almost identical ones opposite.
1. The Bos’ blowtorch momentum sims and video blow-ups from Steve Garcia’s
posts indicate that the explosive ablations shoot debris ahead in [...]
Two posts ago the Tusk provided some desperately needed oxygen to Marie-Agnes Courty’s work concluding the collapse of the Akkadian Empire in Mesopotamia around 2000 BC was the result of cosmic bombardment — not a volcano. Like the skeptics of the YDB group, Courty’s critics have long sought to bury the living, while shooing the rest [...]
Soil Record of an Exceptional Cosmic Event in the Middle East in 2000 BC Marie Agnes Courty by George Howard
2012 AGU, San [...]