Abrupt climate change induced by comets and asteroids during human history
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That certainly puts impact back in play, as platinum group metal spikes are a smoking gun extraterrestrial impact.
Wow, it sure has gotten quiet here.
Finding all of those ET proxies
basically lined up at the YD strata is great news, and are so modest
that they still use the term younger dryas impact ‘hypothesis’
instead of theory. To me it is a fact, the global testimony and the
evidence is beyond reproach. Lately I have been watching scholarly
lectures on archaeology, anthropology, and mythology in which are
very perplexing that they still think flying fiery feathered serpents
and other firmament phenomena are a figment of mans’ imagination.
They must be very stubborn, have cognitive ineptness, adherence to
indoctrination, or just have not done their homework. I have always
thought one had to understand some very complex ideals to become a
doctorate of science.
At first I gave the staunch opposition
reports the benefit of doubt, not anymore. They really do not want
to hear about a different concept. It is not a leap after a cursory
education of NEO’s that Earth is probably hit often. In the
beginning I surmised that they might just know what I’m talking about
and afraid to go there, now I am getting more convinced that it
really is a mostly unexplored very important niche in our history.
Even the common man glaze over in denial. I think the concept would
catch on if it were like the KT boundry with ubiquious dinasours, but
is is more alike when I started to tell a very watered down version
to a 70 year old friend and he stopped me to ask what a mammoth was.
The Bill Napier Interview
Kennett et al. 2015 on dating the YDB
Updated: A Catastrophist Bibliography from Thompson
Cosmic Tusk All Post Archive
Harvard Platinum spike at Younger Dryas in PNAS
Napier: Not So Fast Bos...
The Bos Files
YDB team in their own words on data replication - 2012!
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