Wednesday April 25, 2012
Our Unstable Sun and the Future of Civilization
Robert Schoch is the geologist who proved that the true age of the Sphinx is 10,600 years, based on the fact that the sandstone is water-eroded. Here he explains why the last ice age ended so suddenly--it was a massive solar storm that lasted for years. He explains that our sun is actually an unstable star that goes through periods of extraordinary instability, and discusses when it may happen again. Incredibly, rock engravings from the distant past actually depict the type of plasmas that would appear in the sky when extreme solar events were underway.
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