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by / on October 29, 2015 at 2:03 am

Rosetta detects molecular oxygen on Comet 67P for first time

Via ABC Science: The Rosetta spacecraft has detected significant levels of molecular oxygen coming from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in a discovery that has taken astronomers by surprise. The discovery, reported in the journal Nature, may provide new clues about the conditions and environment where the Earth, Sun and solar system were born 4.6 billion years ago. “This is the first comet […]

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by / on August 26, 2015 at 10:37 pm

Randall Carlson & Edward Nightingale return to Grimerica – Podcast

Interview Starts 58:30 Randall Carlson, Ed Nightingale and crew are back in the igloo for the tail end of their preliminary research trip. If you haven’t listened to #129 yet you may want to go back and check that out first. Otherwise this one will still stand alone as a greatly information ep. We hear a bit of a wrap […]

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by / on August 14, 2015 at 3:57 am

Cycles of Global Change – Part 5 – Civilization of the Goddess

Over the course of the last several articles I have been describing the emergence of a goddess worshiping civilization in the aftermath of a powerful series of catastrophes that terminated the great ice age between 11 and 13 thousand years ago. I have presented evidence that human populations may have suffered a significant decline in numbers across the transition, as […]

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by / on August 11, 2015 at 11:00 pm

Randall Carlson and Edward Nightingale come to the Igloo for the Grimerica Podcast

Grimerica welcomes Randall Carlson, Ed Nightingale, their traveling companions, and some local listeners in IGLOO for a face to face roundtable. Thanks to Bill, Brad, Bryan, George, Daven and Stuart for a wonderful evening of conversation and podcasting. And thanks to Darren’s wife Lisa and family for putting up with our ragtag squad. Special thank to Daven for stepping in […]

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by / on August 9, 2015 at 2:22 am

Cycles of Global Change – Part 4 – The Rise of the Goddess Civilization

This article is the fourth installment in a series describing events that occurred in the four millennia leading up the beginning of recorded history when cuneiform writing first appeared in Sumer about 5000 years ago. As our knowledge of prehistory evolves we are realizing that there is far more to the story than has been recognized by previous generations of […]

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by / on July 28, 2015 at 6:21 am

A Cataclysmic Event of a Certain Age – Evidence for a Catastrophic Episode 13,000 Years Ago

Via Phys.org July 27, 2015 At the end of the Pleistocene period,approximately 12,800 years ago—give or take a few centuries—a cosmic impact triggered an abrupt cooling episode that earth scientists refer to as the Younger Dryas. New research by UC Santa Barbara geologist James Kennett and an international group of investigators has narrowed the date to a 100-year range, sometime […]

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by / on July 27, 2015 at 5:21 am

The Sluggish Race to Guard the Earth Against Meteors – Vice.com

Via Vice.com May 22, 2015 By Rory Tolan The sky god slept like a rock. In a yawning crater cut into the side of Manhattan’s Central Park, a stone as old as the Earth had amassed a crowd. I found it in a huddle of selfie sticks, flapping brochures, and children slapping it with sweaty palms. But Tomanowos, a divine […]

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by / on July 24, 2015 at 4:05 am

Single Molecule Images: IBM Scientists Capture Closest Photographs Showing Chemical Bonds – Evidence of Microscale Sacred Geometry

Via Huffingtonpost.com IBM Research – Zurich A team of IBM scientists–known for capturing the first close-up image of a single molecule in 2009–now have revealed incredibly detailed microscopic images that show the individual chemical bonds between atoms. How did they get such remarkable close-ups? Using an atomic force microscope, the scientists were able to capture two images, using two different […]

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by / on July 22, 2015 at 4:44 am

Philae comet could be home to alien life, say scientists

Via The Guardian: The comet landed on by the spacecraft Philae could well be home to an abundance of alien microbial life, according to leading astronomers. Features of the comet, named 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, such as its organic-rich black crust, are most likely explained by the presence of living organisms beneath an icy surface, the scientists have said. Rosetta, the European spacecraft […]

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by / on July 20, 2015 at 2:14 am

Cycles of Global Change – Part 3 – Era of the Great Goddesss

 In several previous articles I have been describing some of the great planetary upheavals that have occurred in the recent geological past that had a profound effect on humankind. I related how in the aftermath of thousands of years of the Great Winter, its catastrophic termination and the traumatic birth of the present world age, Earth’s environment shifted into a […]

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