(math of Galaxy Wave crossing used only)
PULSE is every 9,878 years of the Galatic Super Wave from our Black Hole
PULSE hits Earth every 12,901 years,
...there are atleast 6 +/- 1 Galactic Waves within the Galaxy at all times
Galactic Wave takes 10-12 light years to pass (Sol's 11 year cycle)
26,000 light years from Center of Galaxy
Wave jets out every 10,000 years taking 26,000 years to Earth(estimated)
26396-26000=396 divide by 3 =132-10,000=9878(estimated time of pulse)
12901+12901=25802(Earth's perihelion equaling 2 Wave crossings)
25802+132=25934(distance from black hole)
26002+132=26,134(time takes for one Wave to reach Earth)
26134-25802=332 last wave should have been sent out 332 years ago (and it
Milky Way’s Giant Black Hole Awoke from Slumber 300 Years Ago
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)
Ice Core evidence of last Galactic Wave 12,900 years ago from 2010
11:11am GMT Dec. 21, 2012 A.D.-13.5bil years Sol's Birth Day
Maya Calendar End Date 11:11am GMT Dec. 21, 2012 A.D.
Next Crossing 2012 +/- 1 year ...Did the Mayans KNOW...
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/Galaxy Wave 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
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
Earth's axis full cycle of precession approximately 25,802 years.
Every 12,901 years, Earth is hit by Galactic Gravity Wave causing it to tilt, just as the north celestial pole and the equinoxes has made a 180
rotation. Earth is hit again causing the shift of the tilt to go back again.
[edit on 27-8-2010 by Vonour]