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Number of days writer Richard Kerr has failed to inform his Science readers of the confirmation of nanodiamonds at the YDB: 3 years, 7 months, and 7 days

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Glossary

YDB Р Younger Dryas Boundary

 

2 comments to Glossary

  • Geo-Ablative Airburst Melt – Defined by the process which generates it;

    supersonic high temperature shear blast, typically sustained from one to several 10s of seconds in duration, depending on the scale of the attached fire column, as modeled and observed in terrestrial imprints. Also typical of the astronomically energetic process is extreme cellular vorticity, which is also naturally chaotic, allowing different cellular flows to mix at high relative rates of closure. Hot mixed and splattered together that way. Scoria-Looking Objects. Embedded into each other some melting hot and some not. Don’t spill this stuff on your shoes. Its molten stone. The kind with high melt point. Best to step back and let the grown ups deal. Resulting debris volume from ablative scouring/excavation during the surface contacting phase of the fire ball plume is typically carried with the extensive macro convective volume, after the fire column reflects off of or detaches from the surface, rising to the upper atmosphere, as in the upper stratosphere, and even above for some smaller fraction of its overall mass flow. To be distributed over long range and large area by atmospheric current.

  • Hi George: Would you or anyone else here at the Tusk have Dr. William Napier’s email address? I am trying to contact Dr. Napier in regard to the recent (apparent increase) in close fly bys of Earth, and the very out of line NASA estimates as to the impact frequencies with Earth. Thank-you Rod Chilton

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