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Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age

 
Ebidah
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Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age
I found this site on google Books? I was searching for some myth about Cycles of destruction on earth by fire and water, one after the other in turn or something.

It seems to be the whole book online but starts at chapter 11 Cycles of destruction. Which seems to be about the Sun and and incressed levels of cosmic rays..

[link to books.google.com]
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From the book:

One team of NASA scientists proposed that during the Galactic plane crossing, the solar system has a greater chance of encountering interstellar dust and gas clouds capable of energising the sun and adversely effecting Earths climate, effects that could lead to an increased chance of mass extinction. Their suggestion was quite similar to the superwave dust incursion scenario, with the exception that it failed to mention the important contribution of superwaves. That is superwaves provide the force that drives these outlaying dust particles inward against the pressure of the solar wind. During Galactic plane crossings, the solar system risks passing through high concentrations of cosmic debris..

Seems to make sense to me really with the sunspot cycles increasing from the 1800's as well as other changes with the sun. There is also the changes in our Solar system with the other planets.

We have had an increase in Comets since the 1990's with 1990 a mere 10 Comets for that year while 2006 clocked up 206, and this year 147. Even if you take out the numbers from SOHO and such the numbers are still showing an increase.

Something had to have disturbed their orbits out in the Ort cloud and kuiper belt?
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This clearly shows an increase in DOOOOM...

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Yeah that sucks a Peanut i forgot my name
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This clearly shows an increase in DOOOOM...

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Dust clouds from the galactic plane will drift towards us and either blot out the sun or somehow energize it, causing abnormal climate behavior. This is speculation but for GLP cosmology its actually fairly plausible; a dense cloud of dust and small debris could dim the sun and possibly disturb comets.
Rarrgh!
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Thanks for the post! I have been thinking of buying that book for months.
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Crossing the plane takes millions of years.
And the solar system passed the densest part 3 million years ago.
We are now moving outwards.
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[link to www.npr.org]

In the plains of eastern Washington state and in a Louisiana forest lie two peculiar L-shaped buildings. Their skinny arms stretch 4 kilometers across the land, and inside each arm, a flashlight-sized laser beam bounces back and forth. The facilities, called LIGO, are feeling for tremors in the fabric of space-time, called gravitational waves.

Einstein predicted the existence of "gravity waves" 86 years ago. He also predicted they would be too small to measure. So far, he's been right. LIGO, short for Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, just finished taking its first round of data this week, and failed to detect any gravity waves. But, as NPR's David Kestenbaum reports, physicists are confident LIGO will reveal the waves.

Gravity waves are akin to sound waves. When a baby cries, sound waves spread through the air of the house, breaking the calm. Einstein predicted that just as air can vibrate, so can space and time. In fact, Einstein said that every time anything moved -- from the moon orbiting the Earth to one car bumping into another -- the fabric of space-time vibrates, sending out gravitational waves.

"The problem is that it's so hard to detect it that we have to go find something really incredibly violent to have a hope of detecting it," says Barry Barish, a California Institute of Technology physicist who works with the LIGO project.



Hard to detect? I think the earth detected one. Just before 26th December 2004. I read some reports about some burst or wave detected from the core of the milkyway. Not sure how that panned out like weather it be true or not, the story that is?
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Thanks for the post! I have been thinking of buying that book for months.
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Anytime its on my list too now :)
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The author of the book has an interesting web site. If you type in his name you can probably find it. I would find it for you, but I can barely keep my eyes open. I need to get some sleep.
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 [link to www.etheric.com] 




Here it is ...
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[link to www.npr.org]

In the plains of eastern Washington state and in a Louisiana forest lie two peculiar L-shaped buildings. Their skinny arms stretch 4 kilometers across the land, and inside each arm, a flashlight-sized laser beam bounces back and forth. The facilities, called LIGO, are feeling for tremors in the fabric of space-time, called gravitational waves.

Einstein predicted the existence of "gravity waves" 86 years ago. He also predicted they would be too small to measure. So far, he's been right. LIGO, short for Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, just finished taking its first round of data this week, and failed to detect any gravity waves. But, as NPR's David Kestenbaum reports, physicists are confident LIGO will reveal the waves.

Gravity waves are akin to sound waves. When a baby cries, sound waves spread through the air of the house, breaking the calm. Einstein predicted that just as air can vibrate, so can space and time. In fact, Einstein said that every time anything moved -- from the moon orbiting the Earth to one car bumping into another -- the fabric of space-time vibrates, sending out gravitational waves.

"The problem is that it's so hard to detect it that we have to go find something really incredibly violent to have a hope of detecting it," says Barry Barish, a California Institute of Technology physicist who works with the LIGO project.



Hard to detect? I think the earth detected one. Just before 26th December 2004. I read some reports about some burst or wave detected from the core of the milkyway. Not sure how that panned out like weather it be true or not, the story that is?
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Hardly. A gravitational wave would manifest as a very small and global earthquake. Possibly a large and global earthquake if two nearby black holes collided (as far as we know there aren't any, but that doesn't mean they aren't there).

I've searched extensively and I can't find your burst or wave. Like nearby black holes on the verge of collision just because one has not found it does not make it nonexistent.
Rarrgh!
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Re: Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age
I think this was it :)

[link to www.astronomy.com]
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[link to www.etheric.com]
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Re: Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age
Earth Under Fire From La Violette Books

An investigation of the connection between ancient world catastrophe myths and modern scientific evidence of a galactic destruction cycle.

Provides scientific evidence of past Earth-wide catastrophes and their galactic superwave origins.

Decodes the ancient message encrypted in the zodiac constellations and symbolism of the Sphinx.

Explains the memorial significance of the Orion constellation, the Pleiadian rites, and the Minoan bull-leaping ceremony.

Compiles myths and legends from all over the world relating the occurrence of a past cataclysm.

Describes what caused the mammoths to suddenly die and freeze in the Arctic and what caused the extinction of the ice age mammals.

Deciphers the Galactic constellation lore of the South American Barasana Indians.

Explains what Plato's allegorical story of Atlantis and the Flood was really trying to convey.

Reviews evidence buried deep in the Earth's polar ice record and from the Moon and Mars that proves that this cosmic onslaught really occurred.

Describes how explosions of our Galaxy's core pose a threat to humanity in the future.

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This clearly shows an increase in DOOOOM...

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Dust clouds from the galactic plane will drift towards us and either blot out the sun or somehow energize it, causing abnormal climate behavior. This is speculation but for GLP cosmology its actually fairly plausible; a dense cloud of dust and small debris could dim the sun and possibly disturb comets.
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dust clouds from space blotting out the sun??

don't you think that volcanic activity on earth is a far more likely candidate to induce an ice age, by blocking out the energy from the sun, as it has many times over...
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Re: Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age
Wikipedia lists 7 proposed causes. [link to en.wikipedia.org]

This is very much an unresolved issue.
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I have the book,took me reading it several times before i really understood it.

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