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Advocates of the quick-freeze hypothesis estimate that probably thousands of woolly mammoth carcasses are buried in the permafrost.10 However, it is hard to determine how many carcasses still lie hidden in the permafrost.
The scarcity of mammoth carcasses indicates that most died a normal death and decayed. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that nearly all of the mammoths and other animals died and decayed normally before, or while becoming interred in the permafrost. This suggests that the rare intact carcasses are the result of unique circumstances.
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by CUin2013?
Since pole shifts are imaginary constructs they cannot be destructive.
No pole shifts have been detected in the entire history of t he Earth. That's 4.6B years and no rapid changes in the orientation of the crust. The best candidate for a TPW is 800Ma. That event took 15My to transpire.
Yeah. The claims of destruction due to pole shifts are ridiculous, laughable, ...
Now Bogue and his colleague Jonathan Glen of the United States Geological Survey in Menlo Park, California, say they have found a second example in Nevada. The lava rock suggests that in one year, Earth's magnetic field shifted by 53 degrees (Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1029/2010GL044286). At that rate, a full flip would take less than four years, but there could be another interpretation. "It may have been a burst of rapid acceleration that punctuated the steady movement of the field," says Bogue.
Originally posted by dragnet53
reply to post by sticky
LOL He hasn't done jack.
That is why I am now going to call him a robot. He doesn't budge and he is what we call 'purists'. The evolved form of skeptics. He wants to change your mind, but you give him facts and he doesn't budge. I wonder if he takes pills when he debates me?