posted on Nov, 25 2012 @ 01:55 PM
Originally posted by rockymcgilicutty
Don,t know about proof.But I have read that about
every 25,000 years genetic archaeology has shown.That there is a bottleneck in the gene pool.This seems to coincide with passage through the galatic
Originally posted by Joneselius
reply to post by TauCetixeta
I get the feeling some people will ask you some uncomfortable questions soon, probably with scientific insight. It's my presumption that at that
point you'll 'vanish' from your thread (maybe take a trip to that black hole) with all the 'evidence' we require.....
Come on, show us your PROOF. A picture paints a thousand words, unfortunately yours is mute.
The world is already 4th dimensional. We have sub-atomic particles that defy all laws of dimensionality already. Plancks constant is changing too. I
agree the ramifications are staggering but you're not showing any evidence at all...
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I believe the 26,000 year cycle refers to the precessional cycle of the Earth itself.
Also, the solar system orbits the galactic center once every 250 million years.
On the other hand, there is some brief study and conjecture on the matter of our solar system's traverse up and down through the galactic plane.
The time it takes for our solar system to traverse above and below the galactic plane (one full wave) is on the order of 80 million years I believe,
or 40 million years for each crossing. This number coincides with some of the intervals for great extinctions in the last 400 million years, due to
increased comet bombardments. The idea is that as the solar system passes through the galactic plane, the slightly higher density of clouds, dust, and
stars that usually solely move in the plane, will disturb the Kuiper belt objects, the Oort cloud, and possibly even the asteroid belt. The theory is
that these perturbations cause comets from the outer solar system to fly in towards the inner solar system, where they may eventually impact
The number apparently coincides with the 62 million year interval of mass extinctions, which, if you think about it, it's been 65 million years since
the last great extinction. So if we pass through the galactic plane once every 40 million years or so, and if we've passed through roughly 10 million
years ago, I think we're in the clear.
The galactic plane itself is roughly 7000 light years thick.