Month: December 2018

Hiawatha Crater central peak

Hiawatha Discovery Team member Anders Bjork tweets 3D crater model

As most crater heads know, a “central peak” within a bowl shaped depression is diagnostic of a large “complex crater” resulting from a highly energetic (to say the very least) cosmic collision. Though NASA made an effort to point out the subtle peak features of Hiawatha Crater beneath a mile of erosive ice, the portion […]

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Another crater?

Second feature found inland of Hiawatha may be hinted 2nd Greenland crater

Longtime Tusk buddy and dedicated Catastrophist Steve Garcia went crater hunting and located IMHO a great candidate for the second crater hinted at by NASA scientist Dr. Joe MacGregor of the Hiawatha Discovery Team. He was thoughtful to send the Tusk the first image below of the suspect dimple beneath a mile of ice. I […]

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The Bos gets religion?

Mark Boslough discovers Taurid stream threat in late June -- 40 years after Clube and Napier

Oh, lordy, bring me my salts. I do feel the vapours coming on. You could have knocked the Tusk over with a feather at the Apple Store yesterday when my phone linked to the The Bos in the Washington Post, presenting at 2018 AGU, and pimping to the world: The Taurids are a threat! The […]

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#Bosbet Update

Boslough mulls Tusk wager

@MarkBoslough @CosmicTusk @SnkBrs #bosbet pic.twitter.com/fH55oCVNBa — Patrick Hicks (@phicks7) December 21, 2018

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Saginaw Bay fingered by gravity data as ice impact feature

Davias and Harris at Cintos.org vindicated

Wow. The cascade of stupefying new discoveries continues. A paper published today in the Journal of Great Lakes Research provides evidence from gravity anomalies that Saginaw Bay in Michigan is a remnant feature of an impact into an ancient ice sheet. This and the recent discovery of Hiawatha Crater make for an interesting configuration. But […]

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Always a bride's maid...

Science has named nine scientific advances as runners-up for the 2018 Breakthrough of the Year.

Seriously, it is really cool to see Science Magazine name Hiawatha Crater as 2018 breakthrough story runner up — and with due reference to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. The crater will be an intellectual gift that keeps on giving, and its better days are ahead. So I will go ahead and nominate the article […]

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Ice Man speaketh

Mark Fahnestock discusses the evidence for Hiawatha Crater at 2018 AGU

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Brothers of the Serpent

Tusk appears with Serpentine Siblings

From my new friends, Brothers of the Serpent  Episode #078: George Howard We have a very special episode for all you snake sibs out there, we interviewed Mr. George Howard, who has been involved with the Comet Research Group from the very beginning in the work on the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, which we have spoken […]

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Tusk on the Carolina Bays

What I REALLY think

In the weeks following the Hiawatha Crater discovery, I took the opportunity to post a personal note concerning the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis on my Facebook page. Deeper in the thread as a result of some comments I took the opportunity to give my “2018 take” on the Carolina bays. Here is my comment, excerpted […]

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Greenland icebergs may have triggered Younger Dryas

Hiawatha?

This paper from five years ago seems consistent with the Hiawatha Impact Crater. Some 13,000 years ago, as the last Ice Age seemed to lose its cold grip on the Earth, the temperature suddenly plunged again. Up to now, scientists believed that the Younger Dryas cold reversal was caused by great amounts of Canadian meltwater […]

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