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2012-ISM dust-Cosmic Rays-Global/Solar System Warming-Possible beginning of ICE AGE

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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 06:40 PM
...My conclustion so far...supported by info from links..
...every 12,901 years we are struck by a galactic shockwave..Last contact with wave was only 12,900 years ago acording to ice sheet study...
...time of arrival 1-4 years estimated.. possible end of 2011 or 2012.? maybe even at the end of the Maya Calender
..When i mention start of an ICE AGE ..this would only be a 7000 year event... the wave would take about 10-12 years to pass solar system and once there is contact with the earth studys have shown within only 6 months we would be in an ICE AGE... that would last 100-200 years..after this there would be a slow warming period of 7,000 years until the climate would reach about what we would think as normal...only to leave us again with about 6000 years until next past ICE AGES have lasted longer in the past some millions of years at least 4 major ones now during these times there where other contribution factors but even during these Long ICE AGE events there has be evidence of periodic warming every 10,000 years estimated...from ice core study...
...What could happen to mankind .. an extinction event.. possible 60 to 90percent loss of life....genetic mutations aswell are possible.... all possible in our.. life time...

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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 07:27 PM
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I really couldn't read that article because it hurt my eyes. Maybe you could space the paragraphs next time?

As for the ice age, I am able bodied 24 year old. If an ice age comes I will have to shovel my drive way and my old neighbors. I have no problem adapting to the harsh climates in Canada.

I can't say the same about my fellow Canadians.

posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 07:31 PM

Mammoth Extinction Due to Giant Solar Flares, Not Supernova Comet

LaViolette first presented evidence for his theory in his 1983 Ph.D. dissertation which he worked on at Portland State University in Oregon. Astronomical evidence he had gathered indicated that every 10,000 years or so intense volleys of cosmic ray electrons are unleashed from outbursts of our Galaxy's core and make their way to us traveling at close to the speed of light. Further he reasoned that one such "Galactic superwave" had bombarded our solar system near the end of the ice age causing large quantities of cometary dust to enter the solar system along with an increased influx of meteors and comets. He proposed that this triggered a sequence of events including the occurrence of super-sized solar flare outbursts that led to the extinction of the large mammals 13 thousand years ago.

early stages of the last ice age cosmic dust incursion episodes had occurred. His theory predicted that he should also find high concentrations of cosmic dust during the interval from 11,000 to 14,000 years ago that spanned the extinction of the large Pleistocene mammals. But at that time he was unable to complete this crucial test of his theory because of lack of

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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 07:37 PM
reply to post by Equinox99 all means I hope your right... but if this killed off alot of humans and animals .. when it last past.. and.. sadly to say ..?.. your not in the best of area when it comes to an Ice age.. but then again.. who.. is it isn't just the cold we will have to attend with.. but small dense particles .. plus probably about 50percent of the world population .. atleast will by wiped out...I hope your a lucky one...

Rex Dalton (/news/author/Rex+Dalton/index.html)

Bullet-like pieces of what is thought to be an ancient meteorite shower have
been found embedded in mammoth tusks and bison bone.
The discovery of the 2–5 millimetre holes left by meteorites opens a window
into a impact event thought to have happened over Alaska and Russia tens of
thousands of years ago. And it could provide a whole new way to chart
impacts from space.
The fragments, found in seven mammoth tusks and the skull and horns of a
Siberian bison, match the geochemical composition of iron meteorites. "We
think that the micrometeorites came from an air-burst of a meteor 30,000 to
34,000 years ago," says Richard Firestone,


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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:32 PM

Public release date: 10-Jan-2007
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Contact: Megan Watzke
Chandra X-ray Center
Chandra discovers light echo from the Milky Way's black hole
Like cold case investigators, astronomers have used NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to uncover evidence of a powerful outburst from the giant black hole at the Milky Way's center.

A light echo was produced when X-ray light generated by gas falling into the Milky Way's supermassive black hole, known as Sagittarius A* (pronounced "A-star"), was reflected off gas clouds near the black hole. While the primary X-rays from the outburst would have reached Earth about 50 years ago, the reflected X-rays took a longer path and arrived in time to be recorded by Chandra

"This dramatic event happened before we had satellites in space that could detect it," said Michael Muno of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "So, it's remarkable that we can use Chandra to dig into the past and see this monster black hole's capacity for destruction."

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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:43 PM
reply to post by Vonour
when you think you are close to the end of your presentation,
could you write a summery?

posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:58 PM

The EMP shock front

Should a superwave arrive, our most immediate worry would be the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that it would carry at its forefront. This high intensity electromagnetic shock front would send high voltages coursing along any electrically conductive object.(1) Upon arrival, it would:
? create high-voltage surges on the power line grid, shorting out power line transformers and tripping line circuit breakers, resulting in global power blackouts.
? fry satellites and destroy all nonhardened electronic equipment connected to the electric power grid, resulting in loss of electronic communications (TV, telephone, GPS system, etc.) -- airplane crashes would be inevitable;

? accidentally electrocute people who happened to be touching a large metal surface.
? ionize the Earth's atmosphere and consequently destroy the ozone layer, thereby increasing the Earth's exposure to harmful UV rays and ionizing radiation. The atmospheric electron shower produced by the superwave cosmic rays along with the increased penetration of solar UV would raise the incidence of skin cancer as well as the rate of genetic mutation.
There is the strong possibility that the EMP would also be accompanied by a gravity wave. The tidal force exerted on the Earth as it passed could trigger earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:59 PM
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look to top of page 5

posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 09:45 PM
How old is the Sun

Before we had a Solar System, there was just a giant cloud of cold molecular hydrogen. And then something happened to the cloud that caused it to collapse. Perhaps it was the interaction with a passing star, or maybe the shockwave from a nearby supernova triggered the collapse. After that, the cloud began to collapse because of its collective gravity

Earths Ice Ages
" There have been several ice ages in the history of the Earth.
What is commonly called the ice age is actually the most recent (Quaternary) (NL) which began about two million years ago, and was characterized by cold (glacial), and relatively warm (interglacial) phases.
Four major continental glaciations are recorded in North America.
- he last (Wisconsin) began about 70,000 years ago, and ended 10,000 years ago.

Timeline of extinctions

Circa 10,000 BCE — North America: Dire Wolf, Smilodon, Cave Lion, Giant beaver, Ground sloth, Mammoth, American Mastodon, American Camel, American Equine, and American lion all become extinct.
— Banksia kingii from Tasmania and probably other members included in the genus.
— Homo floresiensis, the human's last known surviving close relative, becomes extinct.

7th millennium BCE
Circa 6,000 BCE — Steppe Wisent, a bison species inhabiting steppe from Asia to North America, disappears.
- Irish Elk becomes extinct, possibly due to changes in the ecosystem.
[edit] 5th millennium BCE

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posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 11:03 PM
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posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 12:36 AM

But the trail gets hotter - literally. Moon shots from the 1960s revealed glass on the moon. Glass is made from intense bursts of heat on sand. The event happened within the last 30,000yrs ago. Ancient petrogrpahs of primirtive people (archeological carvings) from that era (12,000+y.a.) show the sun causing extreme energy bursts changing earth atmosphere.

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 01:51 AM
ME:MASS Extinction
360-286 ME: Late Devonian period (357 myag),
245-208 ME: Final Permian period (250 myag ),
208-144 ME: Late Triassic period (198 myag)
144-66.4 ME: Final Cretaceous period (65 myag).
Last Major Ice ages
Quaternary 2.58mil - 7,000 years to Present Neogene Cenozoic
Karoo 360 - 260mil Carboniferous and Permian Paleozoic
Andean-Saharan 450 - 420mil Ordovician and Silurian Paleozoic
Cryogenian 800 - 635mil Cryogenian Neoproterozoic
Huronian 2.400 - 2.100bil Siderian and Rhyacian Paleoproterozoic
Ice core data shows that the last 400,000 years have consisted of short interglacials (10,000 to 30,000 years)

Possible superwave timeline(math of crossing used only)
Maya Calendar End Date 11:11am GMT Dec. 21, 2012 A.D.
Ice Core evidence of last Galactic Wave 12,900years ago from 2010
next Crossing 2012 +/- 1 year ...Did the Mayans KNOW...
103,206/1.03mil/10.3mil/103mil/1.3bil/years ago
The Age of the Milky Way Galaxy 13.5 billion years old.
The age of the Sun is 4.6 billion years
The age of the Earth is around 4.54 billion years

4.64bil-103mil=4.543bil/Creation of Earth/ first contact with Super Wave
361mil=103mil+258mil/superwave crossings
4.543bil-361mil=4.182bil/possible/Creation of Earth/Oldest rock and sedimentary include minerals which are themselves as old as 4.1 to 4.2 billion years
Moon formed 4.527 billion years (give or take 10 million years).
Planetary scientists think that Mars, and the rest of the Solar System, all formed together from the solar nebula about 4.6 billion years ago. So Mars is 4.6 billion years old

12901 +12901 is 25802..-26000..-200 the 3rd wave should been cast out by now have WE seen one such flare from the Black hole of our galaxy YES...just 300 years ago...?..have to know this is about as close as the math gets from me..?..eheh
Sagittarius A* is located at the centre of our own Milky Way Galaxy at a distance from Earth of about 26,000 light-years.

Earth's axis full cycle of precession approximately 26,000 years.
the perihelion from 25,771.5 add 12,901 to that and your close to 37,603
the super wave estimated at 38,703 which is every near the 40,00/41,000-year cycle shift between a tilt of 22.1° and 24.5° and back again, beat of 413,000 is near the estimated Super wave time line of 387,000 ( into a 103,250-year cycle) which Line up with the Super Wave crossing Time Line 103,206(estimated)
Suess found hints of a roughly 40,000-year cycle
Milankovitch Cycle 41,000-year cycle

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posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 02:30 AM
That was a vary interesting puzzle you put together.

I do have some questions but I will have to form them first, need to just take all this info think on it.

Great job on the Thread.


posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 02:35 AM
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... Be happy to answer what I can.. if I can't I will find the answer if it is out there.. thanks I hope you do take time to read and look at the links .. I know it is alot.. but even I have to find the truth if it is out there...

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 02:47 AM
Interesting read all the same. I would just like to ask ? Why do many people just comment on the grammer, presentation, layout ? And it even looks like picking on a fellow ATS'er who is just posting something of interest. Mmmm c'mon folks ease up... We are all here for a common cause arnt we...

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 02:52 AM
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...You attack what you don't understand..(not aimed at you.. but attackers) ..
.. I think it maybe a logical conclusion... Thanks for taking time to look at my thread I hope you spend time checking the links and hope you get something out of it.. thanks again..

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posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 03:26 AM
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Your welcome. I have an interest in that subject and as to how it is presented doesnt matter. We all arnt experts in grammer or content and we all should understand that. Keep posting !

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 02:48 PM
Definitely a good read and lots of good reputable links. I will be watching this thread for anything else you might find.

posted on Aug, 27 2010 @ 05:35 AM

Past surveys of stars have found cycles similar to the sun's 11-year one.

...Signs of the Galactic Super Magnetic Wave...

Sun storm to hit with 'force of 100m bombs'

Read more:

Similar storms back in 1859 and 1921 caused worldwide chaos, wiping out telegraph wires on a massive scale.
The 2012 storm has the potential to be even more disruptive.
"The general consensus among general astronomers (and certainly solar astronomers) is that this coming Solar maximum (2012 but possibly later into 2013) will be the most violent in 100 years," astronomy lecturer and columnist Dave Reneke said

the New Moon phase is slated to commence on December 21, 2012 A.D..

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posted on Aug, 27 2010 @ 06:39 AM

Ancient Underground Cities of Turkey
X - Team Research

By McEwen

We have seen that it is conceivable that the break-up of the Kharsag community through a return of ice age conditions could have occurred earlier that the O'Briens believed - that is, before 10,000 B.C. O'Brien had worked out this date for the founding of Kharsag, about 8,200 B.C., From the fact that the cedars of Lebanon had existed from about that time. If he was wrong about Kharsag being situated in Lebanon, then that date was purely arbitrary. If Kharsag was affected by the 9,600 B.C. catastrophe, and it had flourished for over 2,000 years, as O'Brien believes, that would push its foundation back to perhaps 11,500 B.C. Is it not possible that work began on the subterranean cities at that time? Collins cites a Persian legend in which a shepherd called Yima is told by God to build a 'var' - an underground city or fortress - to protect men and animals from freezing conditions brought about by an evil demon. Nearly 2,000 human beings are to be taken into the city for their protection.

Could this legend also be referring to the underground cities of Cappadocia? There was a strong connection between Kurdistan and its neighbor Persia, in which case there is an arguable connection between these subterranean cites and the end of the last ice age.

...Man's endeavor to ride the tide of catastrophe...
Strange Mysteries
of Costa Rica!

The Golden Age of man, has been dismissed as
folly. But if it was truly fiction, how can we explain
the existence, of highly stylized rock art paintings,
an expression of mythic beliefs, of similar design
and similar execution, (often by spit painting), in
southern Europe at Lascaux, 22,000 years ago, in
Australia, 25,000 years ago and in the Americas at
Pedra Furada, 32,000 years ago?

Among the animals, depicted in the Brazilian paintings
at Pedra Furada, were horses and camels, both
abundant, in the Americas at that time, and both sudden
victims of a mass extermination, 12,500 years ago,
thousands of years, before the traditional dates, for the
invention of culture.

Pablo Picasso, after examining the Lascaux (France)
artwork of twenty-two millennia past, and comparing it,
to advances, in twentieth-century modern art, exclaimed,
"We have invented nothing!" Can historians still insist,
on man and civilization, as recently founded, in the
river valleys?

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