Month: January 2019

A concise but comprehensive bibliography of the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

Version 1.5

Long on the list of goals here at the Tusk is to host the world’s most concise, attractive, accessible and informative bibliography of our favorite subject. A baby step in that direction is submitted below for your perusal, download and propagation. With the help of Marc Young, here is a list of what we believe […]

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Oldie but goodie

2009 NOVA on the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

11:05 No crater? 48:23 Jim Kennett in a wonderful moment During a fleeting period at the end of the last decade, a decade ago, the YDIH was a burgeoning mainstream topic. So popular in fact that the “Cadillac” of science TV, PBS NOVA, did an absolutely beautiful hour-long 2009 episode on the ice age comet discovery and […]

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Stickmen

The Bos and Vance Holliday in the funny papers

Some wag tweeted this funny cartoon today depicting the current state of affairs in Younger Dryas Boundary Research. The storyboard calls out The Bos and Vance Holliday for their willful ignorance with regard to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. The clever and extraordinarily well informed cartoonist points out the awkward position The Bos has created for […]

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Bright Insight

YouTube wisdom on Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

Jimmy at Bright Insight has posted a masterpiece of science and speculation concerning the YDIH. How do these guys do this? I would find it very, very difficult to prepare all this info and share it in such a coherent manner on camera. Some of his other videos are just tad too speculative, even for […]

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