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Old 01-19-2019, 05:52 PM   #4561 (permalink)
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There are no black swan events with respect to steller physics mentioned in astronomy.Every phenomena has been pretty well explained as far as I know,within a year of the state-of-the-art.[1]
Education is a good idea.We presently don't have any.
Globalization is another good idea,as we face challenges of global scale.[2]
Terra-forming the Sahara would be challenging.Seems like we'd be looking at geologic time frames.[3]
[1] Ten known recurrent micro-nova in 100 years of observation. That's a small sample size. Covered in the first three minutes here (then it goes on to the age of the Sphinx. I know your opinion of S0):



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[2] Do you know of C. S. Lewis' Two Cultures argument?

[3] The Sahara was created within human history. Isaac Arthur suggests if we pay for the energy instead of getting it for free from the Sun, it can be 1000 times as efficient. [shrug]

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Old 01-21-2019, 02:07 AM   #4562 (permalink)
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Old 01-21-2019, 03:00 AM   #4563 (permalink)
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I would be nice to have confirmation of that from other sources. I looked and found nothing.

Using the decoration of domes of a Seattle church and 2004 mosque as proof is very weak imho.
For the 'drill holes' in the meteorite can be many explanations. Impacts from particles in a comets tail for instance; they'd arrive at the same time and speed.
I've seen pieces of obsidian with likewise impacts here on earth. If you tap it hard that's about the way it splinters.

Then, as for the recurrence: any time table is very difficult on the moon. Much of its surface has been exposed to the cosmos for 4.5 billion years - and if not, that was caused by some big meteorite strike.
I've seen a piece of obsidian with a likewise impact on it here on earth. If you hammer it, that's about the way it splinters.
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Meteorites don't make drill holes in solid rock.

If the glass beads had been there for a billion years or so then why where they sitting on the surface and why weren't they buried under lunar dust?
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They do.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micrometeoroid
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Most lunar samples returned during the Apollo Program have micrometeorite impacts marks, typically called "zap pits", on their upper surfaces.[3]
The glass beads won't be covered by moon dust if there have not been any big strikes since. It could be billions of years, but more recent is more likely, like within the last 200 million years.
The big lump of obsidian must be the result of an earlier, bigger impact anyway.
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The lunar meteor impact survey which only started in 2006 has recorded dozens of surface impact fireballs that we could see from 240,000 miles away.
But the satellite doesn't monitor the moon 24 hours a day.
So there are lots of impacts not seen because the satellite is not pointed at the moon or aren't bright enough to register as hits.
So I doubt it takes millions of years to turn over the dust.
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They made a miatake?
Nope I think it was purposeful deception.
This stuff was supposedly peer reviewed. Does it just get a free pass because it furthers the agenda and the consensus is to just lie when it sounds good?
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How's that global warming in new England going for you?

Another interesting stat and possible proof of climate change.
The average number of tornadoes per year is down, way down for the last 4 or 5 yesrs.
I thought we were going to get more tornadoes because of man made global warming?
Man the only consistency with man made global warming is the never ending stream of failed predictions.
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Using the decoration of domes of a Seattle church and 2004 mosque as proof is very weak imho
Oh, it's even better than that. There is no "5th Street Church" in Seattle. In fact, there is no 5th Street in Seattle. The avenues are numbered, the streets are named. Even then, there are no churches named after 5th Avenue.

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