Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Episode #031: Fingerprints of Catastrophe - Microspherules from 18 sites
Again considering the evidence that needs technical enhancements to analyze, we look at the variety of microspherules that have been recovered from 18 sites across four continents, and the graphs that show great abundances of the proxies, many of which have been shaped at over 3000 degrees, peaking right along with the YDB. Tangential discussions address the recurrence of the Phi ratio in measurements of distance and time, the ancient models of temporal change that modern science is now aligning with, the quantifying of “planetary-scale movement of water”, and cratering effects on the YDB depositions.
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