posted on Dec, 21 2014 @ 01:20 PM
originally posted by: SquirrelNutz
[THIS QUOTE IS FROM ANOTHER SOURCE]
Michel R. Legrand and Robert J. Delmas of Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l'Environment published an article "Soluble Impurities in
Four Antarctic Ice Cores Over the Last 30,000 Years" in Annals of Glaciology (10, 1988, pp 116-120). They graphed the Oxygen 18 variations and the
ionic components Na = NH (sub4) and Ca (sup 2) and H and Cl and NO (sub 3) and SO (sub 4). The time scale for each ionic component level as well as
the O (sup 18) levels stretches back 30,000 years. The graph shows correlations to spikes at 5,200 BC, 8,800 BC, 12,400 BC, c. 16,000 BC, c. 19,600
BC. All of these were times of great geologic stress.
Would love your input.
As I recently researched this topic here is my input:
It seems to be made up by wild fantasy and written down in another forum
. Now I
happened to look through the document, which can be
I ask myself:
Where are these spikes the poster was talking about? I see none. At least none in regular gaps of 3.600 years. There are about 2 or 3 over the time of
30.000 years and that's about it. Please point them out to me because I can't see them. I see this text above quoted in multiple forums as a "proof"
of Nibiru, and now believe none of these people who believe this quot did ever bother to read the document themselves.
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