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SOURCES + OUTLINE / Ancient Global Cataclysm
« Last post by Admin on September 08, 2018, 10:38:52 pm »
(Comment on High-level Timeline of Younger Dryas Impact AND Flood of Noah at )

It's nice that you follow Randall Carlson somewhat. He has a good video about Halloween, where he shows that the Taurid meteor stream used to have large objects in it that collided with Earth almost every year around November 1. The source of the impacts was in the direction of the Pleiades, which is in the constellation Taurus.

Ancient Architects is a Youtube channel that covers a lot of ancient events. It shows that Gobekli Tepi likely was a place of refuge after the Younger Dryas event, according to the translation of some of the symbology there. It shows that the Egyptian pyramids were originally only a few layers high and were used for irrigating the land for farming as north Africa was drying out after the impact events. It shows advanced civilization likely existed long before Egypt. Here's the channel:

An excellent website is which shows that continental drift occurred in a short time period after a huge impact off of east Africa. It includes a page that shows that dinosaur fossils have been C14 dated to between 20 and 30 thousand years ago. Another site or video shows that coal is similarly C14 dated to mere thousands of years instead of millions.

There's a good recent video, called Noah's Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics (from Pangea to Today), at which shows that megatsunamis caused the Great Flood. It says it was due to rapid continental drift pulses, but NewGeology shows better that the continental drift was due to an impact. But this video does a good job explaining that these megatsunamis laid down almost all of the sedimentary rock on Earth, which mostly make up the continents. It discusses a herd of adult dinosaurs that were killed all at once in North America by the flood. They were apparently running away from tidal waves and the young ones couldn't keep up, but the waves caught up with the adults too and entombed them all.

John Baumgardner has an excellent paper called Noah’s Flood: The Key to Correct Interpretation of Earth History at . His team explains that asteroid impacts caused the megatsunamis that caused the Great Flood.

I have a thread on Ancient Global Cataclysm on the Thunderbolts forum. Here's the latest post which includes a link to your video: . You all may like to read through the entire thread, which started a couple years ago.
LK2 Fossils & Dating / Re: 2b. TB/Human Evidence
« Last post by Admin on April 29, 2018, 10:58:44 pm »
500 Million-Year-Old Human Footprint Fossil Baffles Scientists
LK2 Fossils & Dating / Re: Gobekli Tepe
« Last post by Admin on April 27, 2018, 11:27:22 pm »
The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC


Search Images: gobekli tepe comet

Cosmic and cometary induced cataclysms - 9500, 7640, 3150 and 1198 BC

Gobekli Tepe Stone Carvings Indicate Comet Impacted Earth & Reset Ancient Human Civilization
LK2 Fossils & Dating / Gobekli Tepe
« Last post by Admin on April 27, 2018, 09:25:59 pm »
... Many animal remains have also been uncovered in situ (Peters & Schmidt, 2004), covering a wide range of species, mainly mammals but also a few birds and the occasional fish. Importantly, several radiocarbon dating analyses have been carried out. The earliest calibrated date of the organic content of some wall plaster from one of the enclosures (Enclosure D) corresponds to an incredible 11,530 BP +/- 220 years (Dietrich & Schmidt, 2010). This is just at the end of, or shortly after, the YD period. This begs the question, is there any archaeological evidence here of the proposed event that initiated the YD period over 1,000 years earlier?
... Let us now consider another feature of pillar 43. We suggest the carved circle in the visual centre of pillar 43 can be interpreted as the sun, and the pillar is communicating a date, i.e. it is a "date stamp". Normally, the zodiacal epoch is defined by the position of the sun being "in" a particular zodiacal sign at sunrise/sunset on one of four auspicious dates in the year: the spring equinox, summer solstice, autumnal equinox or winter solstice. Using stellarium it is easy to see, when the location is set to Sanliurfa in southren Turkey (which is about 10 miles from Gobekli Tepe) and when we consider these four events1, that the hypothetical date stamp likely corresponds to one of the following four dates (with an error of around +/- 250 years - see Figure 6):
2,000 AD - Winter solstice
4,350 BC - Autumnal equinox
10,950 BC - Summer solstice
18,000 BC - Spring equinox
_These dates correspond to those when, according to stellarium, the sun is slightly above the spout of the teapot asterism of Sagittarius, i.e. when the circle-sun is just above the right wing of the vulture on the pillar. Note that it does not matter if we use the morning sunrise or evening sunset to locate the zodiacal sign - they give the same result. However, the orientation of the constellations with respect to the horizon does depend on the choice of sunrise or sunset, and for the best agreement with Pillar 43 we choose the sunset.
_Let us now consider these dates. We understand Gobekli Tepe is an authentically ancient site, and we can certainly rule out 2,000 AD. Given the established radiocarbon date [of GT] we can also rule out 4,350 BC. Of the remaining two dates, by far the closest to the radiocarbon date is 10,950 BC, based on the summer solstice, and we suggest therefore that this is the most likely date. When the uncertainty in this date estimate is taken into account, it is in very good agreement with an estimate for the date of the proposed YD event, 10,890 BC (Petaev et al., 2013).
... CONCLUSIONS. According to the catastrophist viewpoint, the Younger-Dryas event was probably caused by a cometary encounter with the Taurid complex. Can we now confirm this? No. What we can say is the following:
_ It is very likely that the people of GT had been keen astronomers for a very long time, and the low-relief carvings of animals (except snakes) symbolise specific asterisms. Pillar 43 very likely refers to the date 10,950 BC +/- 250 yrs.
_ There is a consistent interpretation of much other symbolism at GT in terms of the YD event as a cometary encounter, which supports the theory of coherent catastrophism. But we cannot be as confident in this proposal as the proposal for the date stamp. Other evidence from further excavations at GT and other sites may help to clarify this. Evidence linking GT to coherent catastrophism is as follows:
_1) A great deal of physical evidence from a wide range of earth sciences appears to support the proposal that a major event occurred around 10,890 BC. A leading candidate for this event is a cometary encounter consistent with coherent catastrophism. The date stamp on pillar 43 corresponds closely with this date.
_2) That the people of GT remained interested in this date even several millennia later suggests it was a very important event that had a significant impact on their cultural development.
_3) The headless man on pillar 43 indicates the event led to loss of life.
_4) Symbolism on pillar 18 is consistent with an event of cosmic origin. The fox symbolism, in particluar, suggests a cosmic event originating from a specific position. The belt-buckle, "eclipse" and snake symbols are consistent with a cometary encounter. But the symbolism on pillar 18 might be consistent with other astronomical interpretations as well that we have not considered.
LK3 Impacts / Re: TB/IMPACTS
« Last post by Admin on April 22, 2018, 01:40:32 pm »
Study suggests Earth's water was present before impact that caused creation of the moon

Rare metals on Mars and Earth implicate colossal impacts

Study: diamonds in meteorite may indicate a lost planet that once roamed our solar system [4.55Gya]

Meteorite impacts may have created Earth's tectonic plates

Huge impact crater discovered near the Falklands Islands

Large ancient impact event discovered in Southeast Asia

The Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact Also Created A Stunningly Beautiful Geological Masterpiece

Scientists say dinosaurs would've survived if the asteroid struck just seconds later
(Actually, large dinosaurs would have died anyway, because Earth lost atmosphere from the impacts that made large animals partly buoyant. See e.g. Ted Holden's data.)

Earth is impacted by meteors often

'Chicxulub impact event produced huge sulfur cloud that plunged world into ice age'

Yellowstone supervolcano threat theory 'demonstrably false' - USGS expert to RT [I agree; the supervolcanoes erupted about 5,000 years ago due to the Shock Dynamics impact]

Origin of Gold: Was it asteroid impact or some mysterious particle?
LK3 Impacts / Re: YD Impact
« Last post by Admin on April 22, 2018, 01:39:19 pm »
Earliest Manmade Climate Change Took Place 11,500 Years Ago

Younger Dryas Ice Stream Retreats Under a Cold Climate

Carolina Bays are shock liquefaction impact features from hypersonic ice boulders launched from glacial ice sheet by cosmic impact at Younger Dryas

Two New Scientific Papers Suggest a Catastrophic Extraterrestrial Impact Event Occurred 12,000 Years Ago

New study claims Göbleki Tepe may have been used to record meteor impacts, including Younger Dryas Event in 10890 BC

Studies of ‘Crater Capital’ in Estonia Shows Impactful History

SC Scientist Leads Team that Finds Evidence of Possible Comet Impact 12,800 years ago

Clovis Comet? Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Gets a Bayesian Beating ~ and Survives!

Minimal Geological Methane Emissions During Younger Dryas

Younger Dryas Black Mat in Geoarchaeological Site in Zacatecas, Mexico

Greenland ice stream retreated during the Younger Dryas period

German Town Encrusted With Impact Diamonds

Impact-related microspherules in Late Pleistocene Yukon and Alaskan 'muck' deposits indicate recurrent episodes of catastrophic emplacement

Did comet impacts kill lots of animals in Alaska?

Early humans witnessed global cooling, warming, and massive fires from comet debris impacts says major study

"Cosmic signatures" of the Younger Dryas impact found in Antarctica

An Astronomical Hypothesis for the Younger Dryas Impact Event

Topper exposes Pre-Clovis tool-making and YDB

Younger Dryas Impact Quantification

LK3 Impacts / Re: YD Impact
« Last post by Admin on April 22, 2018, 09:05:49 am »
_An Astronomical Hypothesis for the Younger Dryas Impact Event
_The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis since 2007
_Datestamp: World's oldest monument memorializes Younger Dryas

Antonio Zamora
_The Carolina Bays as evidence of a cosmic impact https://www.
_Mechanism for the creation of the Carolina Bays https://www.
_Younger Dryas crater https://www.
_Carolina Bay deformations and irregularities https://www.
_Younger Dryas Impact Quantification https://www.
_Younger Dryas Extinction https://www.

Chris Catrell
_Carolina Bay Formation--A REALLY bad day! Part 1: https://www.
_Carolina Bay Formation Part 2: LiDAR...A Game Changer! https://www.
_Carolina Bay Formation Part 3: The Impact! https://www.
_Carolina Bay Formation Part 4: WHEN!?! https://www.
_Carolina Bay Formation Part 5: The Younger Dryas https://www.
[Older Dryas from dryas pollen in older ice core part; Younger Dryas pollen in newer ice core part; cold-warm-cold were brief periods IMO]
_Carolina Bay Formation Part 6: The Black Mat Layer https://www.

_Antonio Zamora in Geomorphology: Carolina Bays are shock liquefaction impact features from hypersonic ice boulders launched from glacial ice sheet by cosmic impact at Younger Dryas
_The Carolina Bays
_Geology (Moderated): Inferred Orientation of Distal Ejecta!msg/gec-geology-moderated/dMJrAYfe3mg/K2JJynjVj6cJ
_The Carolina Bays and the Destruction of North America
_Carolina Bays - Evaluation of an impact hypothesis
If a meteorite impacted the ice sheet, the ejecta would have had to travel at least 1000 kilometers from central Michigan to North Carolina. We can use ballistic equations to calculate the speeds and angles necessary to launch a projectile this far. Speeds of 3 to 4 km/sec would be sufficient to reach from Michigan to the East Coast. The ejected material would have traveled above the atmosphere for a portion of the trajectory. - The Carolina Bays occur only in unconsolidated sediments in low-lying areas where the water table is within a few meters from the surface (Eimers et al. 2001). Saturated, cohesionless soils like these may liquefy and flow like liquids when subjected to monotonic, cyclic, or shock loading (Sladen et al. 1985).
_Saginaw Impact Structure
Oval Crater as Google Earth Overlay on Saginaw Region
_Carolina bays gouged into the ground at a magnetic reversal
the Carolina bays were created at about the same time as the Gothenburg magnetic reversal.
_The Carolina bays: New evidence points to a killer comet
>MF> Still others have studied the loss of ocean circulation and found Hudson Bay sediments off Africa and Europe, carried there, they think, by icebergs flushed into the southern seas by the influx of fresh water from the melted ice sheet.
_The Nebraska Bays

_Black Mat in Turkey
_Cosmic Black Mat found on 5th continent
_Burn Paper
_Mexican Black Mat in Quaternary International

_(3) HOLOCENE IMPACT CRATERS 10,000 BP up-dated list of Holocene impact craters
Tsöörikmäe (Estonia) c. 9,500 BP (date: Pirrus; Tiirmaa)
Mache (Russia) c. 7,000 BP (date: Shoemaker/Grieve)
Ilumetsa (Estonia) c. 6,000 BP (date:Czegka)
Henbury (Australia) c. 5,000 BP (date: Shoemaker/Grieve)
Boxhole (Australia) c. 5,000 BP (date: Shoemaker/Grieve)
Morasko (Poland) c. 5,000 BP (date: Czegka)
Campo del Cielo (Argentina) c. 4,000 BP (date: Shoemaker/Grieve)
Rio Cuarto (Argentina) c. 4,000 BP (date: P. Schultz)
Kaalijarvi (Estonia) c. 4,000 BP (date: Shoemaker/Grieve)
Wabar (Saudi Arabia) c. 600 BP (date: Wynn/Shoemaker)
Simuna (Estonia) c. 50 BP (date: Pirrus; Tiirmaa)
_Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 9: Winter 1979 Issue Contents: Moon-like craters in the north sea floor
In the North Sea geophysicists discover thousands of elliptical craters or pockmarks in the sediments. The craters are 30-330 feet across, 6-25 feet deep, and located in water about 500 feet deep. The long axes of the craters point roughly in the same direction; and the craters tend to be arranged in lines. the crude similarity of these sea-floor craters to the Carolina Bays should not be passed over.
_Thousands of methane craters spewing gas from the sea floor formed within 3 months off Germany
The time of emergence can be confined to 3 months in autumn 2015 p009-09.gif
_North Sea Quaternary morphology
_Hundreds of Huge Craters Discovered in the Arctic Ocean
_Marine landforms: ridges and craters in the Barents Sea
_The Cosmic Tusk: Exploring abrupt climate change induced by comets and asteroids during human history
_Dendrochronologist Mike Baillie on impacts more recent than Younger Dryas
_The Black Death and Abrupt Earth Changes
_Eight Little Craters All In A Row [IL, MO, KS]

L. L. Ely: Response of extreme floods in the southwestern United States to climatic variations in the late Holocene. GEOMORPHOLOGY, 1997, Vol.19, No.3-4, pp.175-201
CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY, ELLENSBURG, WA, 98926, USA - A regional synthesis of paleoflood chronologies on rivers in Arizona and southern Utah reveals that the largest floods over the last 5000 years cluster into distinct time periods that are related to regional and global climatic fluctuations. The flood chronologies were constructed using fine-grained slackwater deposits that accumulate in protected areas along the margins of bedrock canyons and selectively preserve evidence of the largest events. High-magnitude floods were frequent on rivers throughout the region from 5000 to 3600 C-14 yrs BP (dendrocalibrated age = 3800-2200 BC) and increased again after 2200 BP (400 BC), with particularly prominent peaks in magnitude and frequency around 1100-900 BP (AD 900-1100) and after 500 yrs BP (AD 1400). In contrast, the periods 3600-2200 BP (2200-400 BC) and 800-600 yrs BP (1200-1400 AD) are marked by sharp decreases in the occurrence of large floods on these rivers.

Off Topic / Favorites
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CHR: LenKin rawanti
« Last post by Admin on March 27, 2018, 03:12:51 pm »
Subject: More YDI
Date: Fri, March 16, 2018 10:49 pm
I read a paper a few years ago by the Firestone group that showed in detail why those who critiqued their earlier paper were way wrong. First two items may be part of that paper.

Independent evaluation of conflicting microspherule results from different investigations of the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis

Faulty protocols yield contaminated samples, unconfirmed results

Clovis Comet? The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Gets a Bayesian Beating… And Survives!

(My) Reply to YDI Skeptics (2014)

Chandler on the YDI Hypothesis

Support: comet impact may have triggered the Younger Dryas period (2012)

Carolina Bays are shock liquefaction impact features from hypersonic ice boulders launched from glacial ice sheet by cosmic impact at Younger Dryas

Last Ice Age happened in less than year say scientists

The statement that an Ice Age started in less than a year seems entirely plausible, but dating said Ice Age to 13,000 years ago based on varves seems unreliable, as per the following

The Northeast impact Zone and the destruction of the Laurentide Ice Sheet

A Catastrophe of Comets (bunch of articles such as 2 following)
Mirror site:

The Younger Dryas – The Rest of The Story (2012+?)

A thermal airburst impact structure

New study claims Göbleki Tepe may have been used to record meteor impacts, including Younger Dryas Event in 10890 BC (Make that 2,000BC)

Two New Papers Suggest a Catastrophic Extraterrestrial Impact Event Occurred 12,000 Years Ago

Dennis Cox has reported on a major crater field in W Texas and New Mexico (re Younger Dryas: I was communicating with Cox in 2010)

New evidence of Younger Dryas extraterrestrial impact
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