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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, 11 months, and 29 days

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Journal of Cosmology Part I: Napier

Crumbling Comet Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 Approaches

Today I added a link to the ‘Great  Link’s on the right sidebar to a fine ET extinction and Younger Dryas Boundary round-robin thrown last year by the Journal of Cosmology.  The Journal solicited a number of distinguished contributers both supportive and dismissive of the idea the earth encountered a game-changing cosmic swarm 13,000 years ago.

These [...]

Geology Conference: Radioactive "Green Layer" at Ice Age site in Mexico

The markers were located at a well-known Mexican Ice-Age site

This is particularly interesting in light of Vance Haynes’ entirely separate publication last week.   I cant find much on these folks, or at least Mellissa Scruggs.  Perhaps they are young.  If so, hats off to them.  Their research [...]

AGU Fall Meeting Re-Cap Part Two: Tom Stafford's Texas Hill Country Paleo site littered with evidence at start of Younger Dryas

Tom Stafford was an expert among experts at the Fall Meeting.  I became aware of Tom Stafford when Redefining the Age of Clovis: Implications for the Peopling of America was published in Science in 2007.  He is the Former Director of the Laboratory of AMS Radicarbon Research at University of Colorado.  And for more than [...]

Material in bogs indicates cosmic relation to historical downturns

Wow.  I tossed up an oldish link to an abstract by Lars Franzen — and today Lars sends me a nice note with a more recent article attached.  Until I hear otherwise I am sharing it.

Absolutely facinating.  Lars’ paper shows a link between abrubt climate change and cosmic material.  He doesn’t speculate too heavily [...]