The Complete Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Bibliography and Publication Archive
The Comet Research Group
2018 Burn Papers J. of Geology
2007 Firestone Paper PNAS
Updated: A Catastrophist Bibliography from Thompson
The Bos Files
Exploring abrupt climate change and pandemic induced by comets and asteroids during human history
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I will not comment on the previous video trailer, I’m certain that many others can do that more succinctly.
However, I think that the link I post below will be of interest to any who have not seen it before: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/04/08/the-day-the-dinosaurs-died
Perhaps it has already been posted here in my absence?
After watching the trailer ,it’s evident that it depicts , very accurately the description of those who survived the Tunguska event , as was discussed in last weeks “Kosmographia” podcast .
I think Bill Napier’s comments are right on the mark in regard to waht took place 13,000 BP, the start of the Younger Dryas.
My collection of Native American memories of the Holocene Start Impact Events my be found on academia.
And yes, there were TWO of them, as may be seen here:
I’m sorry George, but there is nothing tying either of these impact events to the Carolina Bays, which I currently suspect were from another yet earlier impact.
The Great Dismal Swamp does appear to be an astrobleme, if that is any comfort. Time for someone to do some diving there and collect samples.
typed with one hand, July, 2020.
Do you know about Evan Hansen, who possibly first noticed the black layer in Escalante desert quarries, abou 1980? I am piublishing a book with some twenty letter from him and my comments. Would you like to see it? he died some 20 years ago.
Finally got around to watching this. I can see why ancient man would be afraid of comets in the sky if they had been subjected to a number of impact events. Reading about the events or even worse the scientific research just does not give you the understanding of the true impact of these events on people.
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