Dear Mr. Singer:
Sandia Labs issued a news release on January 30, 2013, with a passage that requires a satisfactory explanation or I believe Sandia Labs has libeled myself [sic] and others researching the Younger Dryas Boundary Impact hypothesis. In the release, titled “Study rebuts hypothesis that comet attacks ended 13,000-year-old Clovis culture,” Sandia […]
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The old “Drudge Siren” is getting quite a 1st quarter work out. And from what […]
The titles for the talks and posters at the upcoming INQUA session, The Enigmatic Younger Dryas, have been posted for some time. Typical of scientific conferences, the narrative abstract revealing the findings (or musings) of the presenter is posted later, a few weeks before the conference. The abstracts for the conference have […]
Impact hypothesis loses its sparkle Shock-synthesized diamonds said to prove a catastrophic impact killed off North American megafauna can’t be found
Link to Press Release from the Washington University in St. Louis
About 12,900 years ago, a sudden cold snap interrupted the gradual warming that had followed the last Ice Age. The cold lasted for […]
Don’t get me wrong from the headline. I love National Geographic. I have received an issue every month of my entire life. But the reporter here, John Roach, made a critical mistake in his otherwise largely accurate report regarding Scott and Pinter’s work.
Here is what he says:
I’ve now had a quick read of the Pinter and Scott paper. They agree with a lot of what the YD team has published previously regarding carbon spherules, principally that Carbon Spherules of some type can occur in ordinary, modern forest fires – but unfortunately they do not tell us they are […]
(Press Release, Royal Holloway, University of London) — A team of scientists – led by Professor Andrew C Scott of the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London – have revealed that neither comet nor catastrophe were the cause for abrupt climate change […]
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 […]
C. Vance Haynes Jr.a,1, J. Boernerb, K. Domanikc, D. Laurettac, J. Ballengerd, and J. Gorevac
aSchool of Anthropology and Department of Geosciences,University of Arizona, PO Box 210030, Tucson, AZ 85721 bDepartment of Geosciences, University of Arizona, PO Box 210077, Tucson, AZ 85721 cLunar and Planetary Laboratory, Department of Planetary Sciences, University of […]
An international team of scientists representing a number of disciplines locate bizarre materials and ET impact markers in a distinct layer of well-dated sediments from the initiation of the Younger Dryas and publish their findings in a major scientific journal. 2007 Firestone et.al. in PNAS?
Nope. W.C. Mahaney et. al. Geomorphology — March 2010.
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 […]