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OverSword

So punished by God :gun:

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Piney
21 minutes ago, OverSword said:

So punished by God :gun:

So debunked in 3 previous threads.

It must be a slow woo year.

Lemme get my notes........

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Piney

@Swede   @Carnoferox     Andrew Moore  just popped up again.

https://www.pnas.org/content/110/23/E2088.abstract?sid=2170f221-3b49-43bf-91c8-2323f8c08794

This ejecta dates from numerous impact events none in the timeframe the article suggests. The North American stuff dates from the end of the Eocene. 

There is no " large areas of burnt biomass". That is a outright lie. The "changes in site usage" is because the flora and fauna changed. It was a smooth transition. George Howard "salted" sites. There are no "mass graves" of megafauna. That's a outright lie. 

 

 

 

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Piney
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22 minutes ago, Piney said:

@Swede   @Carnoferox     Andrew Moore  just popped up again.

https://www.pnas.org/content/110/23/E2088.abstract?sid=2170f221-3b49-43bf-91c8-2323f8c08794

This ejecta dates from numerous impact events none in the timeframe the article suggests. The North American stuff dates from the end of the Eocene. 

There is no " large areas of burnt biomass". That is a outright lie. The "changes in site usage" is because the flora and fauna changed. It was a smooth transition. George Howard "salted" sites. There are no "mass graves" of megafauna. That's a outright lie.

Heavens. Another revamp of the Y-D Impact hypothesis. One that ignores the needed collaborative data, or, rather, the lack thereof.

Edit: Typo.

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10 minutes ago, Swede said:

Heavens. Another revamp of the Y-D Impact hypothesis. One that ignores the needed collaborative data, or, rather, the lack thereof.

 

The Saqqar impact is one of the possibilities for the debris.

 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/maps.12555

There were a couple more I have to track down. 

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6 hours ago, Piney said:

@Swede   @Carnoferox     Andrew Moore  just popped up again.

https://www.pnas.org/content/110/23/E2088.abstract?sid=2170f221-3b49-43bf-91c8-2323f8c08794

This ejecta dates from numerous impact events none in the timeframe the article suggests. The North American stuff dates from the end of the Eocene. 

There is no " large areas of burnt biomass". That is a outright lie. The "changes in site usage" is because the flora and fauna changed. It was a smooth transition. George Howard "salted" sites. There are no "mass graves" of megafauna. That's a outright lie. 

Frank Hibben's "mass animal graves" claim is still being touted? I thought everyone knew he was a fraud by now.

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7 minutes ago, Carnoferox said:

Frank Hibben's "mass animal graves" claim is still being touted? I thought everyone knew he was a fraud by now.

I see it mentioned in just about every YDI paper.  But they are also still using the Chesapeake Bay impact strewnfield and George Horward's salted Carolina Bay data so why is it surprising? :lol:

 

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qxcontinuum

So in biblical terms punished by goods through a rain of fire.

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Tatetopa
On 6/22/2020 at 12:29 PM, OverSword said:

So punished by God 

Well, Comet is a well known cleanser, so maybe by the god of advertising.

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