Thursday, March 12, 2020

Episode #021: Younger Dryas - The Vanishing of the Clovis People

After a 6-week catch-up period, the Snake Bros rant conspiracy because the protocols were so poorly reproduced by the “expert” teams that debunked the YDIH findings. Forgiving RC shrugs and allows that the methods are very technical, then continues to reveal others’ evidence in support of the hypothesis, including more ET materials/markers and the ubiquitous black mat, and also notes that Hiawatha Crater in Greenland adds interesting possibilities to the future work toward an answer.
RC also shares several examples from the literature that document culturally sterile periods for at least 500 years, immediately after the YDB black mat layer. Snake Bros are fascinated by the idea that people will return to the exact same spot and build a fire, and with the changes in the design of points and their fluting. We all talk about the new developments on the horizon for the podcast and the work – along with some fun!

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  1. I have you linked on my website ... The History of the Ancient Near East ... ... Cocerning the Article Evidence of Cosmic Impact at Abu Hureyra Syria at the Younger Dryas Onset (~12.8 ka) by Andrew M. T. Moore et al in Science Reports Published 06 March 2020 ... and Catastrophism ... Stats ....

  2. Found a crater with center uplift maybe? It is under water on google earth. it is obscured by the Scotia plate which is carrying the St George and sandwich islands near Chili and Antarctica. The strange form of the Scotia plate seems to mimic the eroded crater (or Vise Versa). it is located under St George island and is being subducted under the Atlantic Plate, I think. The crater is over 300 miles across. If it is a crater.