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Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:21 pm

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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Minimalist » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:55 am

Oh, FFS.
Something is wrong here. War, disease, death, destruction, hunger, filth, poverty, torture, crime, corruption, and the Ice Capades. Something is definitely wrong. This is not good work. If this is the best God can do, I am not impressed.

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Re: Atlantis...

Postby kbs2244 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 11:47 am

Well...
Except for he PIC (meant to grab attention), the first one seems pretty straight forward.
There is a sharp turn on the next two though.
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Sat Apr 02, 2016 3:56 pm

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http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mexic ... 4520080815

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... -maze.html

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http://www.educatinghumanity.com/2012/0 ... ocean.html

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/moment-s ... =prof-post
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3677428/
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"Airbursts/impacts by a fragmented comet or asteroid have been proposed at the Younger Dryas onset (12.80 ± 0.15 ka) based on identification of an assemblage of impact-related proxies, including microspherules, nanodiamonds, and iridium. Distributed across four continents at the Younger Dryas boundary (YDB), spherule peaks have been independently confirmed in eight studies, but unconfirmed in two others, resulting in continued dispute about their occurrence, distribution, and origin. To further address this dispute and better identify YDB spherules, we present results from one of the largest spherule investigations ever undertaken regarding spherule geochemistry, morphologies, origins, and processes of formation. We investigated 18 sites across North America, Europe, and the Middle East, performing nearly 700 analyses on spherules using energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy for geochemical analyses and scanning electron microscopy for surface microstructural characterization. Twelve locations rank among the world’s premier end-Pleistocene archaeological sites, where the YDB marks a hiatus in human occupation or major changes in site use. Our results are consistent with melting of sediments to temperatures >2,200 °C by the thermal radiation and air shocks produced by passage of an extraterrestrial object through the atmosphere; they are inconsistent with volcanic, cosmic, anthropogenic, lightning, or authigenic sources. We also produced spherules from wood in the laboratory at >1,730 °C, indicating that impact-related incineration of biomass may have contributed to spherule production. At 12.8 ka, an estimated 10 million tonnes of spherules were distributed across ∼50 million square kilometers, similar to well-known impact strewnfields and consistent with a major cosmic impact event"

James H. Wittke,a James C. Weaver,b Ted E. Bunch,a,1 James P. Kennett,c Douglas J. Kennett,d Andrew M. T. Moore,e Gordon C. Hillman,f Kenneth B. Tankersley,g Albert C. Goodyear,h Christopher R. Moore,i I. Randolph Daniel, Jr.,j Jack H. Ray,k Neal H. Lopinot,k David Ferraro,l Isabel Israde-Alcántara,m James L. Bischoff,n Paul S. DeCarli,o Robert E. Hermes,p,2 Johan B. Kloosterman,q,2 Zsolt Revay,r George A. Howard,s David R. Kimbel,t Gunther Kletetschka,u Ladislav Nabelek,u,v Carl P. Lipo,w Sachiko Sakai,w Allen West,x and Richard B. Firestone,y
[...the evidence these scientists have put forth describes an impact from the Moon to the Tethys sea...]

http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/lost ... lantis.htm
Plato's account of Atlantis... [as translated by Benjamin Jowett]
"Many great and wonderful deeds are recorded of your state in our histories. But one of them exceeds all the rest in greatness and valour. For these histories tell of a mighty power which unprovoked made an expedition against the whole of Europe and Asia, and to which your city put an end. This power came forth out of the Atlantic Ocean, for in those days the Atlantic was navigable; and there was an island situated in front of the straits which are by you called the Pillars of Heracles; the island was larger than Libya and Asia put together, and was the way to other islands, and from these you might pass to the whole of the opposite continent which surrounded the true ocean; for this sea which is within the Straits of Heracles is only a harbour, having a narrow entrance, but that other is a real sea, and the surrounding land may be most truly called a boundless continent. Now in this island of Atlantis there was a great and wonderful empire which had rule over the whole island and several others, and over parts of the continent, and, furthermore, the men of Atlantis had subjected the parts of Libya within the columns of Heracles as far as Egypt, and of Europe as far as Tyrrhenia. This vast power, gathered into one, endeavoured to subdue at a blow our country and yours and the whole of the region within the straits; and then, Solon, your country shone forth, in the excellence of her virtue and strength, among all mankind. She was pre-eminent in courage and military skill, and was the leader of the Hellenes. And when the rest fell off from her, being compelled to stand alone, after having undergone the very extremity of danger, she defeated and triumphed over the invaders, and preserved from slavery those who were not yet subjugated, and generously liberated all the rest of us who dwell within the pillars. But afterwards there occurred violent earthquakes and floods; and in a single day and night of misfortune all your warlike men in a body sank into the earth, and the island of Atlantis in like manner disappeared in the depths of the sea. For which reason the sea in those parts is impassable and impenetrable, because there is a shoal of mud in the way; and this was caused by the subsidence of the island."

["...an echo of a distant time..." in a place of forgotten history and technologies lost and left to parables and fables, from a great catastrophic event...]
...Chicxulub crater was once downtown Atlantis...
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Minimalist » Wed Apr 06, 2016 6:38 pm

While Plato was resident in Athens.....


http://www.helikeproject.gr/discoveries.htm



In the winter of 373/372 BC, a violent earthquake struck the southwest shore of the Gulf of Corinth and destroyed and submerged the Classical city of Helike.



15 years later roughly Plato wrote his story. I wonder where he got his inspiration?
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby circumspice » Wed Apr 06, 2016 8:46 pm

Chicxulub crater was created at the K-T Boundry, not the Y-D boundry... Get your facts straight. (if you are able...)
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby uniface » Wed Apr 06, 2016 9:15 pm

Chicxulub crater was created at the K-T Boundry, not the Y-D boundry... Get your facts straight. (if you are able...)


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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:26 pm

Minimalist wrote:While Plato was resident in Athens.....


http://www.helikeproject.gr/discoveries.htm



In the winter of 373/372 BC, a violent earthquake struck the southwest shore of the Gulf of Corinth and destroyed and submerged the Classical city of Helike.



15 years later roughly Plato wrote his story. I wonder where he got his inspiration?


http://www.activemind.com/Mysterious/To ... itias.html


" Timaeus and Critias, two of Plato's dialogues, are the only existing written records which specifically refer to Atlantis. The dialogues are conversations between Socrates, Hermocrates, Timeaus, and Critias. Apparently in response to a prior talk by Socrates about ideal societies, Timeaus and Critias agree to entertain Socrates with a tale that is "not a fiction but a true story."

The story is about the conflict between the ancient Athenians and the Atlantians 9000 years before Plato's time. Knowledge of the distant past apparently forgotten to the Athenians of Plato's day, the story of Atlantis was conveyed to Solon by Egyptian priests. Solon passed the tale to Dropides, the great-grandfather of Critias. Critias learned of it from his grandfather also named Critias, son of Dropides."...
...Critias told the story of Atlantis to Socrates...
...Socrates was put to death, at the age of 70, in 399 b.c....

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Microscopic diamonds suggest cosmic impact responsible for major period of climate change

Around 12,800 years ago, a sudden, catastrophic event plunged much of the Earth into a period of cold climatic conditions and drought. This drastic climate change-the Younger Dryas-coincided with the extinction of Pleistocene megafauna, such as the saber-tooth cats and the mastodon, and resulted in major declines in prehistoric human populations, including the termination of the Clovis culture.

With limited evidence, several rival theories have been proposed about the event that sparked this period, such as a collapse of the North American ice sheets, a major volcanic eruption, or a solar flare.


However, in a study published in The Journal of Geology, an international group of scientists analyzing existing and new evidence have determined a cosmic impact event, such as a comet or meteorite, to be the only plausible hypothesis to explain all the unusual occurrences at the onset of the Younger Dryas period.

Researchers from 21 universities in 6 countries believe the key to the mystery of the Big Freeze lies in nanodiamonds scattered across Europe, North America, and portions of South America, in a 50-million-square-kilometer area known as the Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) field.

Microscopic nanodiamonds, melt-glass, carbon spherules, and other high-temperature materials are found in abundance throughout the YDB field, in a thin layer located only meters from the Earth’s surface. Because these materials formed at temperatures in excess of 2200 degrees Celsius, the fact they are present together so near to the surface suggests they were likely created by a major extraterrestrial impact event.

In addition to providing support for the cosmic impact event hypothesis, the study also offers evidence to reject alternate hypotheses for the formation of the YDB nanodiamonds, such as by wildfires, volcanism, or meteoric flux.

The team’s findings serve to settle the debate about the presence of nanodiamonds in the YDB field and challenge existing paradigms across multiple disciplines, including impact dynamics, archaeology, paleontology, limnology, and palynology.

Posted on September 15, 2014Tags carbon, climate, ice, materials, surface, younger dryas, Younger Dryas BoundaryLeave a comment
Comet theory false; doesn’t explain Ice Age cold snap, Clovis changes, animal extinction

Controversy over what sparked the Younger Dryas, a brief return to near glacial conditions at the end of the Ice Age, includes a theory that it was caused by a comet hitting the Earth.

As proof, proponents point to sediments containing deposits they believe could result only from a cosmic impact.

Now a new study disproves that theory, said archaeologist David Meltzer, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Meltzer is lead author on the study and an expert in the Clovis culture, the peoples who lived in North America at the end of the Ice Age.

Meltzer’s research team found that nearly all sediment layers purported to be from the Ice Age at 29 sites in North America and on three other continents are actually either much younger or much older.

Scientists agree that the brief episode at the end of the Ice Age – officially known as the Younger Dryas for a flower that flourished at that time – sparked widespread cooling of the Earth 12,800 years ago and that this cool period lasted for 1,000 years. But theories about the cause of this abrupt climate change are numerous. They range from changes in ocean circulation patterns caused by glacial meltwater entering the ocean to the cosmic-impact theory.

The cosmic-impact theory is said to be supported by the presence of geological indicators that are extraterrestrial in origin. However a review of the dating of the sediments at the 29 sites reported to have such indicators proves the cosmic-impact theory false, said Meltzer.

Meltzer and his co-authors found that only three of 29 sites commonly referenced to support the cosmic-impact theory actually date to the window of time for the Ice Age.

The findings, “Chronological evidence fails to support claim of an isochronous widespread layer of cosmic impact indicators dated to 12,800 years ago,” were reported May 12, 2014, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Co-authors were Vance T. Holliday and D. Shane Miller, both from the University of Arizona; and Michael D. Cannon, SWCA Environmental Consultants Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah.

“The supposed impact markers are undated or significantly older or younger than 12,800 years ago,” report the authors. “Either there were many more impacts than supposed, including one as recently as 5 centuries ago, or, far more likely, these are not extraterrestrial impact markers.”

Dating of purported Younger Dryas sites proves unreliable

The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis rests heavily on the claim that there is a Younger Dryas boundary layer at 29 sites in the Americas and elsewhere that contains deposits of supposed extraterrestrial origin that date to a 300-year span centered on 12,800 years ago.

The deposits include magnetic grains with iridium, magnetic microspherules, charcoal, soot, carbon spherules, glass-like carbon containing nanodiamonds, and fullerenes with extraterrestrial helium, all said to result from a comet or other cosmic event hitting the Earth.

Meltzer and his colleagues tested that hypothesis by investigating the existing stratigraphic and chronological data sets reported in the published scientific literature and accepted as proof by cosmic-impact proponents, to determine if these markers dated to the onset of the Younger Dryas.

They sorted the 29 sites by the availability of radiometric or numeric ages and then the type of age control, if available, and whether the age control is secure.

The researchers found that three sites lack absolute age control: at Chobot, Alberta, the three Clovis points found lack stratigraphic context, and the majority of other diagnostic artifacts are younger than Clovis by thousands of years; at Morley, Alberta, ridges are assumed without evidence to be chronologically correlated with Ice Age hills 2,600 kilometers away; and at Paw Paw Cove, Maryland, horizontal integrity of the Clovis artifacts found is compromised, according to that site’s principal archaeologist.

The remaining 26 sites have radiometric or other potential numeric ages, but only three date to the Younger Dryas boundary layer.

At eight of those sites, the ages are unrelated to the supposed Younger Dryas boundary layer, as for example at Gainey, Michigan, where extensive stratigraphic mixing of artifacts found at the site makes it impossible to know their position to the supposed Younger Dryas boundary layer. Where direct dating did occur, it’s sometime after the 16th century A.D.

At Wally’s Beach, Alberta, a radiocarbon age of 10,980 purportedly dates extraterrestrial impact markers from sediment in the skull of an extinct horse. In actuality, the date is from an extinct musk ox, and the fossil yielding the supposed impact markers was not dated, nor is there evidence to suggest that the fossils from Wally’s Beach are all of the same age or date to the Younger Dryas onset.

At nearly a dozen other sites, the authors report, the chronological results are neither reliable nor valid as a result of significant statistical flaws in the analysis, the omission of ages from the models, and the disregard of statistical uncertainty that accompanies all radiometric dates.

For example, at Lake Cuitzeo, Mexico, Meltzer and his team used the data of previous researchers and applied a fifth-order polynomial regression, but it returned a different equation that put the cosmic-impact markers at a depth well above that which would mark the Younger Dryas onset.

The authors go on to point out that inferences about the ages of supposed Younger Dryas boundary layers are unsupported by replication in more cases than not.

In North America, the Ice Age was marked by the mass extinction of several dozen genera of large mammals, including mammoths, mastodons, American horses, Western camels, two types of deer, ancient bison, giant beaver, giant bears, sabre-toothed cats, giant bears, American cheetahs, and many other animals, as well as plants.

Posted on May 15, 2014Tags carbon, climate, climate change, continents, dating, ice, ice age, impacts, lead, north america, ocean, research, sediments, time, younger dryas, Younger Dryas BoundaryLeave a comment
Prehistoric climate change due to cosmic crash in Canada

An artist's rendition of mastodons, camels and a ground sloth before the environmental changes of the Younger Dryas led to their extinction. - Barry Roal Carlsen, University of Wisconsin
An artist’s rendition of mastodons, camels and a ground sloth before the environmental changes of the Younger Dryas led to their extinction. – Barry Roal Carlsen, University of Wisconsin

For the first time, a dramatic global climate shift has been linked to the impact in Quebec of an asteroid or comet, Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues report in a new study. The cataclysmic event wiped out many of the planet’s large mammals and may have prompted humans to start gathering and growing some of their food rather than solely hunting big game.

The findings appear next week in the online Early Edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A preprint of the article is available to journalists starting Wednesday, Aug. 28, at http://www.eurekalert.org/account.php.

The impact occurred about 12,900 years ago, at the beginning of the Younger Dryas period, and marks an abrupt global change to a colder, dryer climate with far-reaching effects on both animals and humans. In North America, the big animals all vanished, including mastodons, camels, giant ground sloths and saber-toothed cats. Their human hunters, known to archaeologists as the Clovis people, set aside their heavy-duty spears and turned to a hunter-gatherer subsistence diet of roots, berries and smaller game.

“The Younger Dryas cooling impacted human history in a profound manner,” says Dartmouth Professor Mukul Sharma, a co-author of the study. “Environmental stresses may also have caused Natufians in the Near East to settle down for the first time and pursue agriculture.”

It is not disputed that these powerful environmental changes occurred, but there has long been controversy over their cause. The classic view of the Younger Dryas cooling interlude has been that an ice dam in the North American ice sheet ruptured, releasing a massive quantity of freshwater into the Atlantic Ocean. The sudden influx is thought to have shut down the ocean currents that move tropical water northward, resulting in the cold, dry climate of the Younger Dryas.

But Sharma and his co-authors have discovered conclusive evidence linking an extraterrestrial impact with this environmental transformation. The report focuses on spherules, or droplets of solidified molten rock expelled by the impact of a comet or meteor. The spherules in question were recovered from Younger Dryas boundary layers at sites in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the layers having been deposited at the beginning of the period. The geochemistry and mineralogy profiles of the spherules are identical to rock found in southern Quebec, where Sharma and his colleagues argue the impact took place.

“We have for the first time narrowed down the region where a Younger Dryas impact did take place,” says Sharma, “even though we have not yet found its crater.” There is a known impact crater in Quebec – the 4-kilometer wide Corossal crater — but based on the team’s mineralogical and geochemical studies, it is not the impact source for the material found in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

People have written about many impacts in different parts of the world based on the presence of spherules. “It may well have taken multiple concurrent impacts to bring about the extensive environmental changes of the Younger Dryas,” says Sharma. “However, to date no impact craters have been found and our research will help track one of them down.”

Posted on September 3, 2013Tags atlantic, climate, craters, humans, ice, impact craters, impacts, ocean, ocean currents, research, water, younger dryas, Younger Dryas BoundaryLeave a comment
Comprehensive analysis of impact spherules supports theory of cosmic impact 12,800 years ago

This is UCSB Earth Sciences professor emeritus James Kennett. - Courtesy photo
This is UCSB Earth Sciences professor emeritus James Kennett. – Courtesy photo

About 12,800 years ago when the Earth was warming and emerging from the last ice age, a dramatic and anomalous event occurred that abruptly reversed climatic conditions back to near-glacial state. According to James Kennett, UC Santa Barbara emeritus professor in earth sciences, this climate switch fundamentally — and remarkably — occurred in only one year, heralding the onset of the Younger Dryas cool episode.

The cause of this cooling has been much debated, especially because it closely coincided with the abrupt extinction of the majority of the large animals then inhabiting the Americas, as well as the disappearance of the prehistoric Clovis culture, known for its big game hunting.

“What then did cause the extinction of most of these big animals, including mammoths, mastodons, giant ground sloths, American camel and horse, and saber- toothed cats?” asked Kennett, pointing to Charles Darwin’s 1845 assessment of the significance of climate change. “Did these extinctions result from human overkill, climatic change or some catastrophic event?” The long debate that has followed, Kennett noted, has recently been stimulated by a growing body of evidence in support of a theory that a major cosmic impact event was involved, a theory proposed by the scientific team that includes Kennett himself.

Now, in one of the most comprehensive related investigations ever, the group has documented a wide distribution of microspherules widely distributed in a layer over 50 million square kilometers on four continents, including North America, including Arlington Canyon on Santa Rosa Island in the Channel Islands. This layer — the Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) layer — also contains peak abundances of other exotic materials, including nanodiamonds and other unusual forms of carbon such as fullerenes, as well as melt-glass and iridium. This new evidence in support of the cosmic impact theory appeared recently in a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences.

This cosmic impact, said Kennett, caused major environmental degradation over wide areas through numerous processes that include continent-wide wildfires and a major increase in atmospheric dust load that blocked the sun long enough to cause starvation of larger animals.

Investigating 18 sites across North America, Europe and the Middle East, Kennett and 28 colleagues from 24 institutions analyzed the spherules, tiny spheres formed by the high temperature melting of rocks and soils that then cooled or quenched rapidly in the atmosphere. The process results from enormous heat and pressures in blasts generated by the cosmic impact, somewhat similar to those produced during atomic explosions, Kennett explained.

But spherules do not form from cosmic collisions alone. Volcanic activity, lightning strikes, and coal seam fires all can create the tiny spheres. So to differentiate between impact spherules and those formed by other processes, the research team utilized scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive spectrometry on nearly 700 spherule samples collected from the YDB layer. The YDB layer also corresponds with the end of the Clovis age, and is commonly associated with other features such as an overlying “black mat” — a thin, dark carbon-rich sedimentary layer — as well as the youngest known Clovis archeological material and megafaunal remains, and abundant charcoal that indicates massive biomass burning resulting from impact.

The results, according to Kennett, are compelling. Examinations of the YDB spherules revealed that while they are consistent with the type of sediment found on the surface of the earth in their areas at the time of impact, they are geochemically dissimilar from volcanic materials. Tests on their remanent magnetism — the remaining magnetism after the removal of an electric or magnetic influence — also demonstrated that the spherules could not have formed naturally during lightning strikes.

“Because requisite formation temperatures for the impact spherules are greater than 2,200 degrees Celsius, this finding precludes all but a high temperature cosmic impact event as a natural formation mechanism for melted silica and other minerals,” Kennett explained. Experiments by the group have for the first time demonstrated that silica-rich spherules can also form through high temperature incineration of plants, such as oaks, pines, and reeds, because these are known to contain biologically formed silica.

Additionally, according to the study, the surface textures of these spherules are consistent with high temperatures and high-velocity impacts, and they are often fused to other spherules. An estimated 10 million metric tons of impact spherules were deposited across nine countries in the four continents studied. However, the true breadth of the YDB strewnfield is unknown, indicating an impact of major proportions.

“Based on geochemical measurements and morphological observations, this paper offers compelling evidence to reject alternate hypotheses that YDB spherules formed by volcanic or human activity; from the ongoing natural accumulation of space dust; lightning strikes; or by slow geochemical accumulation in sediments,” said Kennett.

“This evidence continues to point to a major cosmic impact as the primary cause for the tragic loss of nearly all of the remarkable American large animals that had survived the stresses of many ice age periods only to be knocked out quite recently by this catastrophic event.”

Posted on May 27, 2013Tags atmosphere, carbon, charcoal, climate, climate change, Clovis culture, coal, continents, diamonds, dust, environment, europe, ice, ice age, impacts, islands, lightning, materials, mica, microspherules, middle east, minerals, north america, oil, rocks, sediments, soil, surface, wildfires, younger dryas, Younger Dryas Boundary1 Comment
Study finds new evidence supporting theory of extraterrestrial impact

This is James Kennett. - UCSB
This is James Kennett. – UCSB

An 18-member international team of researchers that includes James Kennett, professor of earth science at UC Santa Barbara, has discovered melt-glass material in a thin layer of sedimentary rock in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Syria. According to the researchers, the material — which dates back nearly 13,000 years — was formed at temperatures of 1,700 to 2,200 degrees Celsius (3,100 to 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit), and is the result of a cosmic body impacting Earth.

These new data are the latest to strongly support the controversial Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) hypothesis, which proposes that a cosmic impact occurred 12,900 years ago at the onset of an unusual cold climatic period called the Younger Dryas. This episode occurred at or close to the time of major extinction of the North American megafauna, including mammoths and giant ground sloths; and the disappearance of the prehistoric and widely distributed Clovis culture. The researchers’ findings appear today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

“These scientists have identified three contemporaneous levels more than 12,000 years ago, on two continents yielding siliceous scoria-like objects (SLO’s),” said H. Richard Lane, program director of National Science Foundation’s Division of Earth Sciences, which funded the research. “SLO’s are indicative of high-energy cosmic airbursts/impacts, bolstering the contention that these events induced the beginning of the Younger Dryas. That time was a major departure in biotic, human and climate history.”

Morphological and geochemical evidence of the melt-glass confirms that the material is not cosmic, volcanic, or of human-made origin. “The very high temperature melt-glass appears identical to that produced in known cosmic impact events such as Meteor Crater in Arizona, and the Australasian tektite field,” said Kennett.

“The melt material also matches melt-glass produced by the Trinity nuclear airburst of 1945 in Socorro, New Mexico,” he continued. “The extreme temperatures required are equal to those of an atomic bomb blast, high enough to make sand melt and boil.”

The material evidence supporting the YDB cosmic impact hypothesis spans three continents, and covers nearly one-third of the planet, from California to Western Europe, and into the Middle East. The discovery extends the range of evidence into Germany and Syria, the easternmost site yet identified in the northern hemisphere. The researchers have yet to identify a limit to the debris field of the impact.

“Because these three sites in North America and the Middle East are separated by 1,000 to 10,000 kilometers, there were most likely three or more major impact/airburst epicenters for the YDB impact event, likely caused by a swarm of cosmic objects that were fragments of either a meteorite or comet,” said Kennett.

The PNAS paper also presents examples of recent independent research that supports the YDB cosmic impact hypothesis, and supports two independent groups that found melt-glass in the YDB layers in Arizona and Venezuela. “The results strongly refute the assertion of some critics that ‘no one can replicate’ the YDB evidence, or that the materials simply fell from space non-catastrophically,” Kennett noted.

He added that the archaeological site in Syria where the melt-glass material was found — Abu Hureyra, in the Euphrates Valley — is one of the few sites of its kind that record the transition from nomadic hunter-gatherers to farmer-hunters who live in permanent villages. “Archeologists and anthropologists consider this area the ‘birthplace of agriculture,’ which occurred close to 12,900 years ago,” Kennett said.

“The presence of a thick charcoal layer in the ancient village in Syria indicates a major fire associated with the melt-glass and impact spherules 12,900 years ago,” he continued. “Evidence suggests that the effects on that settlement and its inhabitants would have been severe.”

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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:21 pm

circumspice wrote: Chicxulub crater was created at the K-T Boundry, not the Y-D boundry... Get your facts straight. (if you are able...)


SO MUCH TO ADDRESS HERE...
I am proposing that Chicxulub "crater" [if it is, in fact, actually an impact crater...] was at one time, during the Pleistocene, the place where downtown Atlantis existed. If there was a city on top of Chicxulub crater, and there obviously was, then that would mean that the crater was already in existence, so it could easily be any age older than the city that was built on top of it...

Whether or not the Chicxulub impact occurred at the end of the Cretaceous is still in debate. Princeton has done studies to show that the impact happened much earlier- http://massextinction.princeton.edu/chi ... s-research
At El Penon the planktic foraminiferal record shows no mass extinction or any other significant effects as a result of this impact (sections 6,8 ). This indicates that the environmental effects of the Chicxulub impact were short-term and cannot be detected at the 500-1000 year scale of our sample resolution. It also means the catastrophic effects of the Chicxulub impact have been vastly overrated and that this impact could not have caused the KTB mass extinction. Another catastrophe must have caused the KTB mass extinction. Increasing evidence points to Deccan volcanism as this other catastrophe.

It is my contention that the Mediterranean sea, along with the Black sea, is the remnants of an impact from the Moon approx. 13kya, and that this was the impact to produce the Gothenburg geomagnetic excursion, increasing gravity, electromagnetism, lengthening Earth's day, causing mass extinctions, making it impossible for the megaflora and megafauna to exist, forcing plants and animals to grow more compact, smaller, and to live much shorter lives...

This scenario, you will find, is the only one available to give description to every event that occurred at the ending of the Pleistocene. As you give study to the map of the strewn field, notice that the ejecta blanket, [even from an impact as tremendous as from the Moon impacting at the rate to cause such destruction,] could not have traveled such a vast distance, as all the way across the Atlantic ocean, and that the Younger Dryas Boundary impact broke apart a supercontinent, pushing the American plates out, separating the Atlantic ocean forming the Pacific ocean...

The evidence is all there, it is written in this planet's geography, it has been studied and put forth by many scientists [though they may not realize], many structures exist beneath land, melt rock [ejecta blanket], and under water, and it is written in human history...
I now invite you all to go through this information- https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/moment-s ... =prof-post [a start], study every detail, see how the evidence will speak for itself, determine its accuracy and to make this change, show this to the world...and see the future, in a new age of enlightenment, and what will be...
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby circumspice » Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:52 pm

The only place where this idea is perceived as real is in your fevered imagination, along with the delusion of panspermia.
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 3:17 pm

circumspice wrote:The only place where this idea is perceived as real is in your fevered imagination, along with the delusion of panspermia.


Do you really believe that life only exists and evolved on this one planet?
...and do you really believe there are no catastrophic impacts within orbital elements?

[A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other effects of perception.

Delusions typically occur in the context of neurological or mental illness, although they are not tied to any particular disease and have been found to occur in the context of many pathological states (both physical and mental). However, they are of particular diagnostic importance in psychotic disorders including schizophrenia, paraphrenia, manic episodes of bipolar disorder, and psychotic depression :-]]]]]]]]
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby circumspice » Thu Apr 07, 2016 6:31 pm

Kalopin wrote:
circumspice wrote:The only place where this idea is perceived as real is in your fevered imagination, along with the delusion of panspermia.


Do you really believe that life only exists and evolved on this one planet?
...and do you really believe there are no catastrophic impacts within orbital elements?

[A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other effects of perception.

Delusions typically occur in the context of neurological or mental illness, although they are not tied to any particular disease and have been found to occur in the context of many pathological states (both physical and mental). However, they are of particular diagnostic importance in psychotic disorders including schizophrenia, paraphrenia, manic episodes of bipolar disorder, and psychotic depression :-]]]]]]]]


I believe that there may be other forms of life in the universe. It's a big place.

And yes, I do believe that catastrophic impacts occurred on this planet. Many times.

However, I also believe that anything you post is delusional bullshit. Pure & simple. Get some mental health care.

And... Which mental illness are you diagnosed as suffering from? Plenty to choose from...
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:00 pm

circumspice wrote:
Kalopin wrote:
circumspice wrote:The only place where this idea is perceived as real is in your fevered imagination, along with the delusion of panspermia.


Do you really believe that life only exists and evolved on this one planet?
...and do you really believe there are no catastrophic impacts within orbital elements?

[A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other effects of perception.

Delusions typically occur in the context of neurological or mental illness, although they are not tied to any particular disease and have been found to occur in the context of many pathological states (both physical and mental). However, they are of particular diagnostic importance in psychotic disorders including schizophrenia, paraphrenia, manic episodes of bipolar disorder, and psychotic depression :-]]]]]]]]


I believe that there may be other forms of life in the universe. It's a big place.

And yes, I do believe that catastrophic impacts occurred on this planet. Many times.

However, I also believe that anything you post is delusional bullshit. Pure & simple. Get some mental health care.

And... Which mental illness are you diagnosed as suffering from? Plenty to choose from...


[I have "gnosisosis" ';-]
well, I'll see what I can do for you, but am no psychiatrist...
so,watch as the evidence mounts [all facts]and try your best to disprove it...


...and so, you will see, and time will tell, the problem with this research is not the evidence, or amount, or lack thereof, it is with integrity, pride and greed, the simpleton's ignorance and the selfishness within the sad state of human nature...

There is so much to change, so much being taught as if it is already known, in some arrogant belief, as if instinctual... How have so many been convinced of, what is clearly just unfounded conclusions, assumptions with no basis in the actual scientific process? All these presumptions have been and are still being taught to students, who are paying dearly for a proper education, as if they are teaching facts, when they know, good and well, that they have no proof to their instructions, and forcing these innocent minds to study, learn and be graded on false beliefs...

How long before only the facts will be taught as fact and beliefs taught as belief?



..."Researchers have found a reason for the puzzling survival of soft tissue and collagen in dinosaur bones - the bones are younger than anyone ever guessed. Carbon-14 (C-14) dating of multiple samples of bone from 8 dinosaurs found in Texas, Alaska, Colorado, and Montana revealed that they are only 22,000 to 39,000 years old.

Members of the Paleochronology group presented their findings at the 2012 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting in Singapore, August 13-17, a conference of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS).

Since dinosaurs are thought to be over 65 million years old, the news is stunning - and more than some can tolerate. After the AOGS-AGU conference in Singapore, the abstract was removed from the conference website by two chairmen because they could not accept the findings. Unwilling to challenge the data openly, they erased the report from public view without a word to the authors. When the authors inquired, they received this letter"...


http://newgeology.us/presentation48.html [Please read this in its entirety]

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..."They did not look at the data and they never spoke with the researchers. They did not like the test results, so they censored them."...
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Re: Atlantis...

Postby Kalopin » Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:42 pm

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[notice how every tectonic plate emanates out from the Mediterranean sea]

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[every image agrees and even the word "Mediterranean" means "the middle of the Earth"]

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[...and notice each arc and the shape of the arc at the mid-Atlantic ridge, and how it will fit perfectly with about 20-30% of the circumference of the Moon, about the amount of depth of impact...]

http://legacy.earlham.edu/~trumary/yucatancave.htm
http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/art ... e-yucatan/
[The limestone covering the Yucatan peninsula, the many structures, along with Chicxulub crater was deposited instantly when the Moon impacted where the Mediterranean sea now exists 13kya...as seen below-]
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http://magazin.lufthansa.com/de/en/trav ... an-mexico/

...all this being misunderstood and, it seems, with so little concern...
Can anyone answer the questions?
Why did the elder dryas grow so much larger than the younger dryas?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Older_Dryas

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_ ... plane.html
[from this link...]
..."How come prehistoric animals were so much bigger than today's beasts?
They had more time to grow."...
..."Why did some prehistoric animals get so big in the first place? No one knows for sure, but there are lots of theories."

...and so what are the theories?
Could it be that plants and animals grew so much larger because there was less gravity during the Pleistocene?
...and that, when the Moon impacted where the Mediterranean sea is, it slowed the lithosphere, the outer plates and mantle further, in relation to the faster spinning inner core...?
Why is it that present understandings are so primitive? ...and there is so little investigation into the evidence?
Why are there so few with an interest in finding the facts?, the truths of what had actually occurred?, instead, it appears, the majority ignore, reject and marginalize findings -to protect the status quo?
...as the older generation goes away, there will be an awakening to the actual science, and the reality to what was being purposely hidden, and for what reasons? ...and what will they look back on this time and these people and think?...


4/18/16:
http://io9.gizmodo.com/5899665/this-hum ... r-80-years
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"...The top half of this image is a chart of the heights of students at a college in 1914. The bottom half shows the heights at the same college in 1997. It seems we're growing.

It's no secret that humans have been getting taller. Hormones in meat, better nutrition, ever decreasing fear of the tallest human in a crowd being snatched up into the air by pterodactyls — whatever the cause, we can measure the effect..."


http://www.bbc.com/future/story/2015051 ... ing-taller
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...pituitary glands?, Acromegaly?, HGH?, or remnants of genetic coding leftover from the lesser gravity of the Pleistocene?...
Could it be that this, the fact that each generation is growing larger, is a recovery from a great catastrophe that had caused devolution, and that Earth's lithosphere is gradually increasing in rate in relation to its crystallized, iron inner core, producing less electromagnetism, gravity and decreasing the length of each revolution?
...consider this proposition, study all the evidence, and see what you will find.
Would this be enough to warrant for further investigation? Should this be an option to be taught?, ...enough to merit this new theory? ...


4/23/16:
https://geoinfo.nmt.edu/tour/federal/mo ... /home.html
"Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is on the southeast side of the Valles and Toledo calderas, large collapse features that formed during voluminous eruptions in the Jemez Mountain volcanic field 1.61 and 1.25 million years ago. Tent Rocks encompasses a fascinating landscape in the southeastern Jemez Mountains. Kasha-Katuwe means 'white cliffs' in Keresan, the traditional language of the nearby Pueblo de Cochiti. Delicately layered sand, gravel, volcanic ash, and tuff of the Peralta Tuff Member of the Bearhead Rhyolite and sand and gravel of the Cochiti Formation, which are older units (2 to 6 Ma) in the Jemez Mountain volcanic field, have been eroded into fragile to robust spires with balanced rocks perched on top (Figures 1 and 3). The hoodoos, erosional cones, and pedestal rocks that characterize Tent Rocks form as the result of differential erosion (Smith, 1996). Water and, to a lesser extent, wind erosion preferentially attacks the moderately-indurated sand and ash grains around the base of large blocks in the gravel-rich beds. Eventually, the gravel clasts rest on pedestals, thus protecting the underlying sand and ash from further erosion. As time passes, the capstones are gradually undermined and the rocks topple, leaving an unprotected cone."-really? No, this is not how this was formed...
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https://www.nps.gov/deto/index.htm
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http://matadornetwork.com/trips/60-mind ... orld-pics/
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...this was formed from a catastrophic impact from the Moon to the Mediterranean sea 13kya.
Yes, this rock fell from the sky, out of the ejecta blanket...
...now, compare this theory with present beliefs.
What do you think the formation process was?...

http://www.gettyimages.com/photos/white ... of%20dover
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... apses.html
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...the cliffs of Dover did not rise from the seas over millions of years, but is where land was instantly raised upward [from beneath water] and tectonic plates were ripped apart when the Moon impacted 13kya...



Concerning Libyan glass, notice the YDB strewn field chart leaves out northern Africa? The entire Sahara desert is the finer material from the impact ejecta blanket: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libyan_desert_glass -
"Geologic origin
The origin of the glass is a controversial issue for the scientific community, with many evolving theories. Meteoritic origins for the glass were long suspected, and recent research linked the glass to impact features, such as zircon-breakdown, vaporized quartz and meteoritic metals, and to an impact crater.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] Some geologists associate the glass not with impact melt ejecta, but with radiative melting from meteoric large aerial bursts. If that were the case, the glass would be analogous to trinitite, which is created from sand exposed to the thermal radiation of a nuclear explosion. The Libyan desert glass has been dated as having formed about 26 million years ago. It was knapped and used to make tools during the Pleistocene"


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Libyan desert glass

...so, the entire northern half of the African continent should be included in the strewn field...


...Concerning the formation process for the Himalayas and the movement of the Indian plate:
http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/dynamic/himalaya.html
...present belief-
"Among the most dramatic and visible creations of plate-tectonic forces are the lofty Himalayas, which stretch 2,900 km along the border between India and Tibet. This immense mountain range began to form between 40 and 50 million years ago, when two large landmasses, India and Eurasia, driven by plate movement, collided. Because both these continental landmasses have about the same rock density, one plate could not be subducted under the other. The pressure of the impinging plates could only be relieved by thrusting skyward, contorting the collision zone, and forming the jagged Himalayan peaks.

About 225 million years ago, India was a large island still situated off the Australian coast, and a vast ocean (called Tethys Sea) separated India from the Asian continent. When Pangaea broke apart about 200 million years ago, India began to forge northward. By studying the history -- and ultimately the closing-- of the Tethys, scientists have reconstructed India's northward journey. About 80 million years ago, India was located roughly 6,400 km south of the Asian continent, moving northward at a rate of about 9 m a century. When India rammed into Asia about 40 to 50 million years ago, its northward advance slowed by about half. The collision and associated decrease in the rate of plate movement are interpreted to mark the beginning of the rapid uplift of the Himalayas"

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...but, if you notice, the Indian plate moved upward at an extreme rate, not following Earth's rotation and going against ocean currents, how could this be?
It is my contention that, when the Moon impacted where the Mediterranean sea is approx. 13kya, the pressure forced the African plate to pivot at the southwestern edge of the Arabian plate. forcing the Indian plate upward and into the Eurasian plate pushing up massive amounts of limestone from beneath the sea at such a rate to instantly raise the Himalayas, [and is the reason these two plates have such an amount of tectonic activity, having no pressure from any subduction zone to hold the plates together...]
http://www.spiritofmaat.com/announce/oldcity.htm
"The vast city — which is five miles long and two miles wide — is believed to predate the oldest known remains in the subcontinent by more than 5,000 years"
...and so, consider that this will explain the cities under the gulf of Cambay and the Indian Ocean, as well as so many others, buried beneath land and water, around the globe...
https://images.search.yahoo.com/yhs/sea ... mp=yhs-002
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These findings will prove that there were very intelligent civilizations, a great amount of lost technology and lost history, yet to be understood, that had existed in the previous era of the Pleistocene...

[enough yet? ,'cause there's plenty more...]
[...for instance...-]
Brien Foerster- "...We now have substantial evidence to show that advanced machining technology existed in Egypt before the time of the Pharaohs. Watch the evidence in this video. And visit Egypt with us: http://www.khemitology.com ..."
https://youtu.be/Ma-nC9hDaOs
quote- "...and so, we believe that the great pyramid and the other two pyramids on the Giza plateau are far older than the dynastic Egyptians by several thousands of years and were destroyed in a giant cataclysm of some kind which was global in nature approximately 12,000 years ago..."
[...adding up?...]


4/27/16-
http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016 ... ted-europe
Barack Obama-"...If someone had to choose a moment in time to be born, you would choose today.
We are living in the most peaceful, prosperous and progressive era in human history..."


http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-le ... rch-001287
"...Some of the rulers mentioned in the early list, such as Etana, Lugal-banda and Gilgamesh, are mythical or legendary figures whose heroic feats are subjects of a series of Sumerian and Babylonian narrative compositions.

The early list names eight kings with a total of 241,200 years from the time when kingship “descended from heaven” to the time when "the Flood" swept over the land and once more "the kingship was lowered from heaven" after the Flood.

Interpretation of long reigns-
The amazingly long tenure of the early kings has provoked many attempts at interpretation. At one extreme is the complete dismissal of the astronomically large figures as “completely artificial” and the view that they are unworthy of serious consideration. At the other extreme, is the belief that the numbers have a basis in reality and that the early kings were indeed gods who were capable of living much longer than humans.
- See more at: http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-le ... auX.dpuf...


http://www.biblestudy.org/basicart/why- ... er-it.html
"...What could have caused mankind to have lived such LONG lifespans before the flood of Noah? For example, Adam lived 930 years, Jared lived to 962, and Jared's grandson Methuselah lived the longest in history at 969 years! While the average age at death before the deluge was high, it averaged only 317 years for the ten generations following it. Many who refuse to believe in the Bible say that the ages upon death found in the first several chapters of Genesis are nothing but fabrications and tall tales.

Several things could have contributed to the shorter lifespans after the flood. Scripture denotes that the waters God brought on the earth would destroy not only animals by the earth itself.
And God said to Noah, 'The end of all flesh has come before Me, for the earth is filled with violence through them. And, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.' (Genesis 6:13, Holy Bible in Its Original Order - A Faithful Version)

'And I will establish My covenant with you . . . Neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the earth.' (Genesis 9)

The earth after the flood was dramatically different than it was before it. The differences included the altering of the climate, atmospheric changes, changes in the hydrologic cycle, geologic features, a significant increase in harmful radiation reaching ground level, man's dietary habits went from solely plant-based to one where meat was eaten, and so on. These and many other factors led to man's much shorter lifespans. .."

-pretty good, they even understand that there was an increase in ground-level radiation, though they left out that there was less electromagnetism and gravity during the Pleistocene...[but what was the reason why?]

Concerning the radiation found in dinosaur bones and the fact that the bones are more porous-
http://www.dinosaurhome.com/radioactivi ... s-474.html
"...There have been a number of papers reporting additional work on this early paper. This paper describes the increase in Cosmic Radiation (CR) that the earth was subjected to at the initiation of the majority of the extinctions. Extinctions seem to form on a cyclic basis every 62 or so million years (we are overdue). Another, more accepted theory, suggests that extions are periods where the solar system has passed through an area between two arms of the galaxy and begins to enter a new, densely packed area of star interactions. While the authors of this paper tie the increased abundance of cosmic radiation to the onslaught of a new ice age, it is not too far a stretch to assume that the increase in stellar packing aslo resulted in a greater number of meteor and comet impacts in the solar system..."
...they were radiated when the moon impacted 13kya. The bones are more porous [and lighter per volume] because they developed in lesser gravity. These same animals and plants would have a very difficult time, at best, trying to live in the much greater gravity in the current era of the Holocene...

5/31/16:
http://www.newgeology.us/
...of interest- A new geology theory featuring impact-powered rapid
continental drift - an alternative to plate tectonics
https://youtu.be/trni9lz5Bnk
https://youtu.be/_IIE8UnvPUg

"...Shock Dynamics - Virtually all features developed from a single event at the end of the Pleistocene, about 11,500 years ago (9,500 B.C.), features such as the Andes, the Philippines, the East African Rift Zone, the Mariana Trench, the Lord Howe Rise, the Appalachians, the Himalayas, Europe, the New Hebrides, the Bering Sea, etc. Simple experiments show how turbulence in shocked crust shaped the seafloor (click on blue above).,,"
[mmm?;-]

9/19/16
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 00175/full
"Late Eocene North American microtektites and clinopyroxene-bearing spherules
Authors

B. P. Glass,
Christopher A. Burns,
Jill R. Crosbie,
David L. DuBois

First published: 15 November 1985Full publication history
DOI: 10.1029/JB090iS01p00175View/save citation
Cited by: 20 articles

Abstract..."
"...spread roughly 1 billion metric tons of silicate spherules over large areas of the Earth's surface. The older event produced mostly clinopyroxene-bearing spherules (cpx spherules). The cpx spherules have been found in the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, equatorial Pacific, and eastern equatorial Indian Ocean. The cpx spherule layer is associated with an iridium anomaly and appears to coincide with the extinction of several species of Radiolaria. The composition and widespread distribution of the cpx spherules indicate that they were formed by an impact event. The younger layer of spherules consists of microtektites belonging to the North American tektite strewn field based on age and elemental and isotopic composition. The North American microtektites have been found in the western equatorial Atlantic, on Barbados, in the Caribbean Sea, and in the Gulf of Mexico. The North American microtektite layer is not synchronous with an iridium anomaly, nor does it appear to be associated with any major changes in the microfossils. Neither the cpx spherule event nor the North American tektite event appears to be associated with a climatic change, but no detailed studies have been made across either layer..."


12/9/16
Topic: Mediterranean sea, Hudson bay and the Mississippi embayment
What do the Mediterranean sea, the Hudson bay and the Mississippi embayment have in common? It is my intention to convince that the formation process for these three geological features originates from an extraterrestrial source and that they are, in fact, impact craters, three of the world's largest astroblemes...

Studying this from a geological perspective, the features, historical accounts, all the available scientific and observational data and once every detail has been understood, it appears that there is plenty of evidence to give proof to each scenario...

It is my belief that approx. 13kya [YDB] the Moon impacted where the Mediterranean sea now exists, ending the Pleistocene and that this was the Gothenburg geomagnetic excursion, the "great deluge", some of the science behind the Bible and the reason for the mass extinctions, the instant loss of megaflora and megafauna...

The proof for this event lay in the ejecta blanket strewn field, covering over four continents and containing nanodiamonds which formed at temps exceeding 2200*C. That, and the fact that there are pyramids and temples, which were built on top of Chicxulub crater that are now buried beneath the ejecta blanket of limestone melt rock, the same limestone which formed the Ozarks and was ejected from beneath the Mediterranean sea...

When the Moon impacted it slowed the outer plates and mantle in relation to the faster spinning, crystalized iron inner core, increasing electromagnetism, gravity and the length of Earth's day, forcing plants and animals to grow more compact, smaller and to live much shorter lives, causing devolution and the birth of a much more primitve Clovis culture...

About 2500yrs after the Moon had impacted, a comet struck the Hudson bay, emptying out lake Agassiz, causing more extinctions, more loss of history and technologies and ended the Clovis period. As all this is written in the geography, sedimentary layers, ice core data and there is a magnetic anomaly directly in the middle... I believe this loss of magnetism may be from the cometary nucleus still attached, welded and magnetically to the mantle. The "shatter" effect of the islands and how Greenland was pushed upward to the northeast argue this point as well...

The latter two impacts were discovered after an investigation into the formation of the Mississippi embayment and the shockwave pattern throughout the upper lithosphere... This research intends to prove that a meteor from the debris trail leftover from a sungrazer comet [C/1811 F1] impacted northeastern Marshall county, Mississippi on December 16, 1811 and was the actual cause of what is known as the historic New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812...
The close passing of this comet produced a serial impact, the mini ice age from 1811-1817, many eruptions, earthquakes, strange weather patterns, [wars, plagues] eventually causing the eruption of Mt. Tambora and "the year without a summer 1816". This was a global catastrophe...

I have just had a paper published entitled "An extraterrestrial origin for the upland formation of the Mississippi embayment and would like to invite you all to give it your review, as I am very interested in your opinion/s... I would like to recommend a great book- "Travels to the equinoctial regions of America" by Alexander Von Humboldt. In chapter 14 he has recorded many of the disasters which occurred at this same moment and in this area. At this same time, in December of 1811, Caracas Venezuela also had a major "earthquake" killing many thousands...

Please go over all the details, the satellite views, geography, geology, historical accounts, scientific and observational data, study the rocks [impactites]... as, it is my belief that the evidence will speak for itself and is written within the geography of this planet, I am hoping these findings will [eventually] be verified, to correct a great deal of misunderstood science and lost history and to hopefully have this put in curriculum...
thanks

1/11/17-
http://scienceofcycles.com/
Hard scientific evidence has come forth confirming Earth’s magnetic field is weakening. New research shows a slow flowing solid mantle and its symbiotic connection with a hot fast flowing outer core is the central focus as to the cause of Earth’s magnetic field weakening. The outcome of this “convection” between Earth’s outer core and mantle is the producing of **’mantle plumes’ and the formation of fluid ‘crystallization’.
JUST IN: Exploded Planet Hypothesis
Source of Earth's Moon
by Mitch Battros January 10th 2016
Mitch Hurricane Ridge small

First, I am compelled to set the record straight as to who was the first to publish their scientific papers as to the source of how Earth's moon came to be. It was Dr. Tom Van Flandern who past away on the very same date (January 9th) this article was published yet 8 years prior. (see orbit)

I mention this because he was ridiculed, essentially blackballed, from the astronomical community simply because he stood firm to his convictions. No, not based on some hunch, but hard scientific research filled with countless hours of checking and re-checking his data. The only mention he received in this article was the following:
Raluca Rufu, a researcher at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel and lead author of the study are not the first to propose a multiple-impact scenario. Another paper published in 1989 raised that possibility, but "no further work was done on the subject," Rufu said. "This paper is first to provide extensive calculations that we hope will stimulate others to reexamine the issue."

In 1989, Dr. Van Flandern published is paper titled "Exploded Planet Hypothesis" identifying the early nature of our solar system. I would call that more than just "another paper published in 1989". Does this latest article seem to strike a note of a personal nature? Yes it does. It is known Tom was more than just a scientist I had on my show several times, we became friends - he was more of a mentor, perhaps knowing of what I would go through as I was presenting new data supporting my Sun-Earth-Extreme Weather hypothesis.

Dr. Van Flandern's pedigree far exceeds my own, yet when he could no longer tow-the-line of his colleagues simply because he could not deny the outcome of his research. It was sometime after 1989 he became the target from the very agencies he worked with. From 1963 to 1983, Tom was the top shelf astronomer at the U.S. Naval Observatory becoming Chief of the Research Branch and later becoming Chief of the Celestial Mechanics Branch of the Nautical Almanac Office.Tom Van Flandern held memberships in the International Astronomical Union, the American Astronomical Society (and in its Divisions on Dynamical Astronomy and Planetary Sciences), and several other scientific organizations. He received second prize from the Gravity Research Foundation in 1974 and the Astronomy Award from the Washington Academy of Sciences in 2000.

And now, in an article published on Jan. 9th 2017, he is addressed as "just some another paper published in 1989 blah blah blah". They appear to have taken his research mostly known as "Exploded Planet Hypothesis" and renamed it "Multiple Impact Hypothesis". Yes, this really happened..."
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