Extremely Interesting Video On "Ice Age Shift"- Change your view on Earth History

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  1. Slackinoff

    Slackinoff Bathed in lavender and gasoline

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    This is not some cooky theory, and I think you will enjoy his presentation style. Some of you who listen to The Joe Rogan Experience have heard of Randal Carlson. This video's topic is about the speed in which we emerged from the last ice age, and the "energy paradox". Or in other words, we emerged from the last ice age unbelievably quickly, to do so would require massive amounts of energy that non of which are located on the Earth, so where did it come from? This is a huge problem scientists have ignored for decades.

    Don't let old school intro to this video scare you off.

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    That guy in the video looks just like my lawn guy. That boy can drink. I'm pretty sure he's ****faced when he's riding his mower around in my yard. Sometimes I run into him around town and he'll try to start a fight with me. I think he's so ****faced when I run into him that he cannot figure out who I am - but he knows he knows me from somewhere, and that gets him all frustrated that he cannot figure it out. Like I'll see him across the room, and he's staring but all confused like...then eventually the confusion just turns to anger and he comes charging on over. Anyway, that's what my lawn guy looks like.
     
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    He must have good rates, I'd hate to get in a fight every time the lawn guy gets uppity. Of course since he's drunk you can probably "handle" him just fine, so maybe keep him around for practice.
     
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    Oh, very good rates. He doesn't try to fight me when he's working, just if I run into him at a local bar / restaurant. He does run a lot of **** over in my yard, but he always fixes it. My neighbor, who decorates the hell out of her 1.25 acres with plastic animals and wooden statues and whatnot couldn't take it however.
     
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    That an impact could have rapidly accelerated the decline of the last ice age?
     
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    Slackinoff Bathed in lavender and gasoline

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    Come on. Do you really have to clog up this thread like that.
     
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    Cosmic dust clouds....:whistling:
     
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    Several natural events have and can increase global warming quickly.
    Data will be found in geological strata study.
    Smaller events than the one 66 million years ago provide very small layers.
    Evidence may have to be found in fossilized tree rings.
    Takes time. Geology is sound. Climate guys are corrupt.
    :)
     
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    Solar Plasma storms... Same thing that destroyed the civilization of megalith builders 12,000 years ago.
     
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    Good stuff.
     
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    The funest and most frustrating words in science....

    .....we don’t know.....yet
     
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    That an impact had anything to do with the beginning or end of the Younger Dryas event here in North America about 12,000 years ago? Yes, the evidence does not support that conclusion. Not even close.

    And as I am sure you are already aware, Randall Carlson does not present this information in a vacuum, it is part of a much larger highly implausible narrative that seems less like science and more like cultism. Carlson is not on a search for the truth, he is on a search for followers (in much the same way as Scientology).

    Just check out Sacred Gemometry International that Carlson heads up which boosts having a full time "AstroMonk" on staff.

    http://sacredgeometryinternational.com/sgi-mission/
     
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    I am not. I don't know all that much about Randall, only what I have heard on JRE podcasts and some of these videos. The Sacred Geometry stuff, I will have to look into, never heard of it, but that does indeed sound kooky right off the bat.

    I did find the astromonk thing.....That's a joke right? Description below from that website you linked.

    Camron Wiltshire aka Astromonk is the CCO/Full Time Intern.
    He is responsible for all of SGI’s graphic, web and video production, booking and social media relations.


    You prompted me to do a lot more reading instead of watching/listening. I found some information I think counter argues Randall's implications on Carbon Spherules found in the "black mat" and the ice cores dating to 12,000 are from an impact.

    Excerpt below from:
    GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 37, 2010

    https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/95388/grl27091.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

    The carbon spherules do not represent exclusive byproducts of impact triggered mega fires as previously suggested, but rather are fungal sclerotia that are common in forest litter and soils worldwide.

    Thank you for taking the time to respond back in a meaningful way.
     
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    image.jpg There have definitely been some unusual shifts in the Ice Capades.
     
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    It was clearly plastic straws that caused the global warming that got us out of the Ice Age
     
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    I'm not drunk........not all the time. I just don't like you or your lawn.
     
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