These podcasts discuss topics related to science. Some of the podcasts analyze examples of bad science or deal with new discoveries that are still not accepted by mainstream science.
A rapid sea level rise occurred at the onset of the Younger Dryas cooling event 12,900 years ago. It may be possible to estimate the energy of the extraterrestrial impact from the volume of meltwater.
This presentation gives an overview of my new book about the Carolina Bays and includes a reading of a few paragraphs from the chapter entitled My Retirement Projects, which has some information about my background.
This presentation examines several publications that have reported a large platinum anomaly at the Younger Dryas Boundary, leading to the conclusion that one or more meteorites struck the Earth 12,900 years ago.
This presentation discusses evidence of the extensive fires that were caused by an extraterrestrial impact 12,900 years ago, according to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
The atmosphere of the Earth has changed several times under the influence of temperature-dependent chemical reactions, volcanic activity and living organisms.
The nuclear craters in the Nevada Test Site were used to derive yield equations relating energy to crater size. These yield equations are used today to estimate the sizes of meteorites that impact the planets and moons of our solar system.
Discussion of the global temperature changes, volcanic events, and extraterrestrial impacts that contributed to the deglaciation of the Laurentide Ice Sheet and the Cordilleran Ice Sheet that covered Canada during the Ice Age.
The saturation bombardment of secondary glacier ice boulders that created the Carolina Bays was responsible for the extinction of the megafauna from the Rocky mountains to the East Coast of the United States 12,900 years ago.
The year 2019 has been a very prolific year for publications about the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. This presentation summarizes the results of four publications and offers some perspective.