Actually it is a nice day today and I will be doing more planting and gardening this afternoon. All you can do is prepare, be thankful for every day and keep the faith. Are we seeing the start of a mini-ice age? A rapid warming? A solar micro-nova?
It can be difficult (but liberating) to discover that just about everything you were taught about physics, geology , biology and history is up for grabs. That does not mean that the scientific method is false just that it has been distorted to fit an agenda. The rationing of knowledge allows certain groups to retain power. Science has brought great benefits to mankind but also created many problems. The approach embodied by reductionist materialism is far to simplistic for such complex systems.
To believe that physical changes on earth are due to incremental, gradual changes (like erosion) is complete nonsense and contrary to all evidence which shows that change is sudden and rapid. Previously we featured a video which showed the year with no summer in 536 AD in which it was speculated that it was caused by a Krakatoa eruption.
Here follows two fascinating videos by Diamond from Magnetic Excursion and Oppenheimer Ranch. The first video argues for asteroid impact in the Gulf of Carpentaria (top of Australia) in 536 AD which is the same region as Indonesia (Krakatoa). There is no reason why such an impact could not have triggered volcanic eruptions as well. One does not rule out the other and the impact energy has got to go somewhere. The second video is about an Indian tribe who constructed a giant serpent on the spot of a previous impact and then hundreds of years later the tribe was wiped out by an air-burst (lolz). Were they worshiping comets as “gods”? It is almost as if they called one in. Very ironic.
Giant Meteorites Slammed Earth Around A.D. 500 – Double Impacts Caused Mega Tsunami & Global Cooling (57 min)
Serpent Mound and the Hopewell Airburst – Archeoastronomy, Earthworks and Cosmic Catastrophe (56 min)
Why 536 AD Was The Worst Year To Be Alive | Catastrophe | Chronicle (49 mins)
The Mystery Of The Village That Beat The Black Death | Riddle Of The Plague Survivors | Chronicle (48 min)
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