Catastrophe evolution

The Murky past of East Anglia

history of East Anglia Norfolk Suffolk

The pre William and his Norman Conquerors (1066 AD) history of England is surprisingly murky, especially considering the riches of ancient earthworks and civilisations with advanced technical skills. Trying to look into the past of Norfolk and Suffolk is somehow even murkier – like its coastal rivers, estuaries and famous reed marshlands of the Broads. …

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Your’s was a bad date, mine was a catastrophe

catastrophic dates

Transformation of chemical elements, due to solar plasma storm waves, might change dating results for specific techniques. Traces of an enormous solar storm that battered the atmosphere and showered Earth in radioactive particles more than 2,500 years ago have been discovered under the Greenland ice sheet. Scientists studying ice nearly half a kilometre beneath the …

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Dinosaur trackways preservation of footprints

dinosaur trackways footprints

With many dinosaur and human footprint preservation/fossilisation, there are multiple tracks and usually leading or running away from something. Has there been a catastrophic event with terrified animals moving away along the trackways? Dozens of well-preserved dinosaur footprints from at least 100 million years ago have been uncovered in East Sussex. They range in size …

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Geomagnetic Evolution – Ancient and Modern

Electromagnetic Evolution EM energy fields strength

Could changes in planet Earth’s magnetosphere – strength, reversal of direction etc – also change and evolve humans? Have EMF changes in the past evolved ancient and more modern human races? Will future geomagnetic reversals create new electromagnetic evolutions? Have all lifeforms on planet Earth undergone geomagnetic evolution? In 1982 experienced anthropologist and pharmacologist Francis …

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