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Thread: Ice Age , Sahara desert, Earth's wobble and the Gulf Stream

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    Ha, ha scientists sometimes follow non-scientists. More than ten years ago in another forum I suggested that when the dinosaur-killing asteroid hit the earth it created hydraulic pressure in the earth's interior which was molten with an iron interior. As the iron is so heavy the pressure bypassed the molten iron interior around it and continued on to the other side where India was and initiated the Deccan traps. It might have released the Indian subcontinent from the mantle (new idea) and let India move at 20 inches per year towards the Eurasian plate to collide with it and create the Himalayas. Now the following article covers this aspect of my idea.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0430170755.htm

    I remember an article I submitted to the Vancouver Sun editor for readers' letters where I proposed that bacteria, germs regenerate every two seconds. This quick regeneration accounts for the super bugs as two hours accounts for 3600 generations in a diluted solutions containing antibiotics allows some stronger germs to survive and regenerate. The off springs grown in this weaker solution have greater resistance to the antibiotics. There are people who will skimp on chemicals thus the dangers of bugs gaining the upper hands stems from this parsimony. Two weeks after my submittal the Vancouver Sun had a scientist from UBC Medical Sciences write an article on my topic. What a dishonest editor. Maybe she hates Chinese. Of course, people always steal from the Chinese. We don't complain. We have plenty of ideas anyway.

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    I noticed that Haplogroup C and D are mostly absent from the super volcano Toba eruption ash fallout region. Early Hg. C was found in Spain and in Mongolia while is found D in Japan and Tibet. They could the ones who spread first out of Africa along the coastal route and were probably wiped out by the Toba eruption (74,000 years ago). During the Ice Age the environment did not cause a lot of genetic mutations thus the age of DNA might be older. Remember the African American has Hg. A0 which was 200,000 years old.

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    Andaman Islanders - Haplogroups D, C and F


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    "Global warming will cause Ice Age" ( I am not sure of the title)

    The Ice Age as shown is the concentration of sunlight towards the tropics and snow and ice cover that brings Ice Age.

    http://www.metatech.org/07/ice_age_global_warming.html

    There is a lot of useful information in this report.

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    Scotese.com is a good map website

    http://www.scotese.com/lastice.htm

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