Month: July 2018

Wally Broecker says a cosmic impact caused the Younger Dryas

"Although I don’t for a minute believe that this impact did in the mammoths and the Clovis people, I do think that it triggered the YD"    

What a significant and pleasing development. Wally Broecker has endorsed a cosmic impact as the cause of the Younger Dryas cold period.  Broecker is a father of modern climate science (and pictured above with the Tusk at my heaviest in 2009). This is more than just another log on the intellectual fire of the Younger Dryas […]

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Science News questions science

I was about ten when my mom bought a Science News subscription for the Tusk. Week after week the thin, frequent, small format publication filled my desk, and ultimately the floor of my room. The rush of science coverage came so quickly I sometimes felt guilty as a little guy for not reading every article. […]

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