Through this 2017 Bright Insight, I discovered a learned and heated debate published December 29, 2017 which begins with debating the construction dates of the largest Egyptian pyramid and the Sphinx and works its way back to Gobekli Tepe and to the core issue about what caused the Younger Dryas, and zeros in on the evidence of a global bolide at the time of the Younger Dryas (which was already found but not made public). Today’s video dovetails neatly following last week’s Post 207 Younger Dryas & Paris-sized Greenland Crater. Today’s video debate takes 3 hours and 35 minutes, but I watched it in its entirety (in one sitting) because there was so much material about the research over the past few years indicating there was a bolide event that caused the Younger Dryas. The ongoing critics of these and other independent researchers and their claims demanded evidence of the bolide crater (quite an unreasonable demand) but the November 14, 2018 paper we examined in last week’s Post 207 marks “Justified-in-Full” to what these guys have been hypothesizing for years. I highly recommend that you watch the entire video because it illustrates the viciousness (perhaps sin qua non) of scientific debates on touchy subjects. Here’s today’s 3.5 hour video debate.
Thanks for visiting,
R. E. J. Burke