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  1. jkuhar says:

    Hello to all!

    Although I certainly don’t think I deserve to be the first to post a comment here I decided to do it nevertheless. (Thanks to Mr. LaViolette for his kind invitation! 🙂 ) Namely, earlier today I received one very interesting e-newsletter from NASA, revealing recent discovery by the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, a previously unseen structure centered in the Milky Way. The feature in a form of two gamma-ray-emitting bubbles that extend 25,000 light-years north and south of the galactic center may be the remnant of an eruption from a supersized black hole at the center of our galaxy (according to NASA).

    You can read the full article here (it was posted yesterday). I am sure it will be of great interest to all of you who have already read the book Earth Under Fire: Humanity’s Survival of the Ice Age!

    Few additional and relevant links:
    Giant Gamma-ray Bubbles from Fermi-LAT: AGN Activity or Bipolar Galactic Wind?
    Darwin’s theory of gradual evolution not supported by geological history

    (Interestingly I received the last link just few minutes ago, only “by coincidence”, of course …)


  2. OC says:

    I sent an email to Dr LaViolette about this asking if it is possibly connected to the superwave idea, and he is going to post a response as soon as he can.

    This should be good.


  3. OC says:

    Dr LaViolette,

    Thank you ….

    Do you think the C 40,000 BC superwave event had anything to to do with this?

    Significant new information shows that the Campanian Ignimbrite (CI) eruption from the Phlegrean Fields, southern Italy, was much larger than hitherto supposed and in fact one of the largest late Quaternary explosive events. The eruption can be dated to 40,000 calendar years ago, within the interval of the so-called Middle to Upper Paleolithic ‘transition’. Its position can be precisely correlated with a number of other environmental events, including Heinrich Event 4 (HE4), the Laschamp excursion, and a particular cosmogenic nuclide peak.

  4. OC says:

    Hi Dr LaViolette

    Thank you …

    Regarding the beryllium-10 concentration peaks (please remember I’m not a scientist), there is one around the time of the Toba super-volcano explosion … roughly 73,000 BC as well. What could be said about that event with relation to a superwave event (gravity wave connected?), or do we know?