Episode #043: Geocosmic Clues at Lake Hind

Articles that purport to kill the whole Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis / geomorphic imprints right into the surface of the Earth of gigantic megafloods – meltwater episodes of inconceivably humongous volumes of water discharging off the ice sheets

Connected: Impacts and Flooding

Inspecting Lake Hind, at the North Dakota/Manitoba border, as the 1st site connecting massive flooding and geocosmic impacts

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We look again at articles that purport to kill the whole Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis (YDIH) and deem highly credentialed scientists as “outsiders”, while neglecting to report any follow-up that challenges their misleading headlines. As we shift into macro-scale evidence, we’ll show the geomorphic imprints right into the surface of the Earth of gigantic megafloods – meltwater episodes of inconceivably humongous volumes of water discharging off the ice sheets. RC gets us started here with an introduction to massive glacial Lake Agassiz and more details from a 2019 paper on adjacent Lake Hind, at the North Dakota / Manitoba border, and its role as the first site connecting massive flooding and geocosmic impacts…

LINKS: Halls Cave Paper: https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/31/eaax8587/tab-pdf 

Article in Phys.org:  https://phys.org/news/2020-07-texas-cave-sediment-upends-meteorite.html

Hall’s Cave Image credit: Michael Waters, Texas A&M University

Review of critic’s mistakes in Ep020:       https://youtu.be/XcUhUUccPPA 

“Mammoth-killer Impact” article: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/329/5996/1140.summary

James Teller paper:  https://cosmictusk.com/wp-content/uploads/A-multi-proxy-study-of-changing-environmental-conditions-in-a-Younger-Dryas-sequence-in-southwestern-Manitoba-Canada-and-evidence-for-an-extraterrestrial-event.pdf 

Big Stone Lake, Minnesota:  https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/park.html?id=spk00115#information 

Full listing of scientific papers about the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis: https://cosmictusk.com

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  • Mr. Mike at time marker 00:17:10 very graciously defends today's journalists with what would have been a reasonable defense for error in years in the past. But we don't need to question the motives or diligence of journalists to sort out that lately the primary source of misinformation and DIS-information is all too often the alleged scientists, themselves. It is, YES, important for scientists to defend the understanding and constructs that have been rigorously studied, tested, and openly crafted, debated and vindicated. But in this time we see an entire community of people who call themselves Scientists, while withholding their research, premises, methods of data gathering, evaluation, and raw data from public access. Not saying this applies to the articles you are reporting here, but... Why should we be surprised that some scientists might recruit less-than-scrupulous journalists, feed them distortions, themes or even headlines to short-circuit and torpedo challengers they regard as an unworthy outsiders? Still, it reveals the journalists' irresponsibility, to publish uncritically the one-sided story fed to them by sources with an obvious vested interest. The triumphant headlines prematurely announcing the demise of upstart theories hark back to the tragicomic competition of Cope & Marsh looking for dinosaur skeletons in fossil beds around the American West.
  • Awesome. I'm planning a trip to Big Stone Lake in May, 2021.
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