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flash frozen Mamoths or as the Earths crust turns...

Pucksterguy

Boundless Creation
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I found an amazing article that proposes the reasons we are finding Wolly Mamoths flash frozen in Siberia. Some with their last meals still in their mouths. They were instantly frozen in a bizarre incident that catastrophically changed the Earths surface. This can also explain why Anarctica is where it is. Basicly a series of meteors or comets hit the Earth at a very oblique angle literally sliding the crust over the mantle repositioning the continents. I'll let you read this incredible article and you guys can make up your own mind. An interesting hypothisis....
https://www.sott.net/article/357709-Of-Flash-Frozen-Mammoths-and-Cosmic-Catastrophes#
 

Pod

Realized Sentience
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#2
Very interesting Pucksterguy. As soon as I read "The Younger Dryas Period" I knew that he was targeting the catastrophic events that Graham Hancock refers to. Thanks for posting it. Interesting that woolly mammoths are not really woolly at all and probably did not live in cold climates. My Goodness we have been so bullshitted.

 

Hailstones Melt

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#4
Thank you. Excellent article. I'm going to buy this book (referenced in the article).

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Since there are no such things as coincidences, one should realise that the primary author's name, FIRESTONE, is no mistake. These are the kind of indicators that make awake people sit up and take notice. It makes me aware that the contents of the book, which is about cometary impacts, must be aligned with truth.

Also, the author of the article, Pierre Lescaudron, says: "In his book Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes, Firestone did a tremendous job gathering evidence about the asteroid impacts that triggered the beginning of the Younger Dryas. This book is a must-read if you want to know more details about this topic than what a mere article can convey."
 
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Pucksterguy

Pucksterguy

Boundless Creation
#5
I'm not too worried about rocks hitting the Earth. This orb is about 6 to 8? billion years old. I think anything of any consequence that could hit us already did. The asteroid belt is stable now so they're not glancing off each other. weather on Earth is cyclical. Warming and cooling on 100,000 yr cycles. 20,000 yrs ago there were glaciers in downtown Toronto. Sea levels were some 300 feet lower. Now I understand that global warming was BS as I always thought. We're heading into a mini ice age similar to one in the 1600's when the sun went into the maunder minimum as we're heading into now. Global warming, as seen in ice cores drilled into glaciers. Always precedes a cooling period. If the snow really starts piling up I'll rent a room from you Melt. Oz would be much warmer then Canada lol.
 

Hailstones Melt

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I'm not too worried about rocks hitting the Earth. This orb is about 6 to 8? billion years old. I think anything of any consequence that could hit us already did. The asteroid belt is stable now so they're not glancing off each other. weather on Earth is cyclical. Warming and cooling on 100,000 yr cycles. 20,000 yrs ago there were glaciers in downtown Toronto. Sea levels were some 300 feet lower. Now I understand that global warming was BS as I always thought. We're heading into a mini ice age similar to one in the 1600's when the sun went into the maunder minimum as we're heading into now. Global warming, as seen in ice cores drilled into glaciers. Always precedes a cooling period. If the snow really starts piling up I'll rent a room from you Melt. Oz would be much warmer then Canada lol.
Not only that, I have been knitting blankets ahead of the time they will be needed!
 
#7
Really interesting article that explains the younger dryas very good. It also illustrates the instability of our planet.

True polar shifts are not that hard to imagine if you really know how thin the solid crust is. This is illustrated very well on this website:
layers of the earth to scale
The earths crust can thus best be compared to the peel of an apple but the apple is semi liquid.

If you know that most of the land is less than 2000 m high and most oceans less that 2000 meter deep the sinking and rising of entire continents is also not that hard to imagine. If the interior flow of the molten rock changes, the pressure changes under the continents pushing them up or letting the sink. A height difference of 2 km is only 2/6000 = 0,03 % of the diameter of the earth.

Our atmosphere is similarly very thin compared to the planet. People live in the first 5 km above sea level and space is officially at 65 km height. So a meteorite pushing the atmosphere away sounds plausible.

If people start about unprecedented climate change then I always have to think about these kind of disasters which are not that long ago.

PS. I don't give this information for fear mongering. They are just facts and they teach to be prepared and enjoy every day to the fullest.
 

Toller

Illusion Investigator
#9
Old Equator Aligns with Ancient Landmarks!
Pyramids still Align with Star Formations
in the Old Equator Geographical Locations.

http://reach-unlimited.com/p/350289...-old-equator--sacred-sites--are-aligned-there

The Great Pyramid – Earth’s Natural Prime Meridian

http://blog.world-mysteries.com/science/the-great-pyramid-earths-natural-prime-meridian/

When the earth's crust shifted, the equator moved as well, so very ancient sites are not where they used to be (so to speak). I can remember reading a book about this subject many years ago, I think it was by Rand Flem-ath.
 

Linda

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Toller

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#12
The sphinx is supposed to be from around 10,000 BC, so maybe the pyramids at Giza are as well, Angkor Wat is definitely older than they say it is. It all boils down to who controls the history books.
 

Toller

Illusion Investigator
#15
This concept provides a new way of looking at things. Antarctica has signs of being a lush place. At one time it was in a temperate environment much further north and ice free. That could explain the maps.
Antarctica seems to be about 30 degrees wide, so a 30 degree pole shift would move it away from the south pole to be located from 45 deg to 75 deg south, so would have had a temperate climate. So north antarctica would be approximately where New Zealand's South Island is today. South antarctica would still be near the south pole so would be like Siberia or Northern Canada.

The north pole would have been located around Anchorage, Alaska, so it's possible that there was a double pole shift within a short period of time, first to Hudson Bay then to its present position.

I wonder if the earth was being prepared for civilizations to arise?
 
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Hailstones Melt

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Antarctica seems to be about 30 degrees wide, so a 30 degree pole shift would move it away from the south pole to be located from 45 deg to 75 deg south, so would have had a temperate climate. So north antarctica would be approximately where New Zealand's South Island is today.

The north pole would have been located around Anchorage, Alaska, so it's possible that there was a double pole shift within a short period of time, first to Hudson Bay then to its present position.

I wonder if the earth was being prepared for civilizations to arise?
I am re-presenting an image here (of New Zealand photographed from the International Space Station) and first posted by Laron in August, 2016.

The image is viewed with the most southerly aspect of the country at the top of the image, the northerly aspect being towards the bottom of the picture. Therefore, this is where Toller is saying Antarctica may once have been in latitude, before a crustal slippage which took it to the position of a pole.

The small island in the image south of the South Island of New Zealand is called Stewart Island (I spent about 5 months there in the 1980s).

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#19
Yep, I found a study on this. Several large meteorites hit Canada and in the east Michigan area, which now forms the thumb. There are smaller craters from this hit all over Wisconsin, New Jersey, South Caroline. In fact these craters are called the Caroline Bays, or Carolina Lakes.

Another interesting fact: the soil in southeast Michigan is VERY silty, like it came up from a sea bed. The rest of Michigan is very sandy, likely dropped by receding glaciers.

This hit likely caused the extinction of most megafauna and the Clovis culture in the area and put up clouds of dust for years.



Below: Carolina Bays lidar image.
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This was a worldwide event. There are big meteorite hits all over the world but it was the worst in North America.
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Pucksterguy

Pucksterguy

Boundless Creation
#20
Look at the angle of the Saginaw crater.It must have come in real low. same as the oval shaped ones in the Carolinas. That must have been one hell of a meteor shower and together they may have displaced the Earths crust.
 

Toller

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#21
From the original link at the top of the thread, the conclusion is saying that there is an anomaly in the sea levels of 20m. I've calculated how big a comet (dirty snowball) would have to be to add this amount of water to the earth, it works out at about 250km in diameter. I presume that it would start to break up on entering earth's gravity well and then the atmosphere.

It would be smaller if some of the extra water came from ice cap melt due to the impacts.
 
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