Friday, May 29, 2020

Episode #032: Correspondence #2

RC and crew look at Lac Saint-Jean as a potential impact site, with comparisons to Lake Nipigon. Several other Patreon contributors' questions and comments are addressed, but Randall dives deep on one in particular that sees the difficulty in sourcing the heat/energy required to shift out of an Ice Age. Quoting extensively from published mid-70's papers, he confirms that this "Energy Paradox" has not yet been definitively explained.

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1 comment:

  1. Get Robert Schoch on and challenge him to refute the impact data you guys have compiled. It would put all the ideas to the test, which is the essence of the scientific method.