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YD Impact Links
« 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)
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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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