• Extraterrestrial impact may have caused abrupt climate change 12,800 years ago, research suggests

    9 days ago - By Natural News

    Sediment cores taken from White Pond in South Carolina show that an extraterrestrial collision may have triggered an abrupt change in the Earth's climate 12,800 years ago, said archaeologist Christopher Moore of the University of South Carolina. About 14,500 years ago, Earth's climate began to shift from glacial to interglacial, characterized by warmer temperatures. However, partway...
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  • Research: Strange behavior of Earth's magnetic field in the South Atlantic believed to be symptoms of an event that repeats every few million years

    Research: Strange behavior of Earth's magnetic field in the South Atlantic believed to be symptoms of an event that repeats every few million years

    9 days ago - By Natural News

    The Earth is protected from solar wind - a stream of charged particles from the sun - by its geomagnetic field. But this protective barrier is weak in certain areas, particularly south of the Atlantic Ocean. Called the South Atlantic Anomaly , this area makes it easier for solar wind and other cosmic rays...
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