This is doom for grownups, not the typical net-shit spew.
For example, he tells how during a superwave event the earth can take a jolt to the axis but it's never very much of a pole shift due to ice core samples showing that hasn't happened, and he cites the degree variance of tilt.
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This program weaves shocking accounts from ancient legends together with stunning scientific data to reconstruct the details of a horrifying tragedy that plagued mankind for endless generations with periods of persistent darkness, frigid cold, searing heat, and mountainous floods, from which only a few survived. Ancient myth and esoteric lore from around the world tell frightening tales of humanity's suffering through destruction by fire and flood, legends of catastrophe so extreme and so pervasive that now we tend to discount them as imaginative exaggerations.
Dr. Paul LaViolette thought so too, until he discovered an ancient "time-capsule cryptogram" written in the stars that relates a galactic cause of these events. ased on 14 years of doctoral and postdoctoral research, Dr Paul LaViolette explains how this scientifically advanced message combined with ancient esoteric lore alerts us to a cyclical cosmic disaster, one that could reoccur today, virtually without warning.
The story related in Earth Under Fire will be something you will teach your children and your children's children for generations to come.
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RE: Newer Audio Dr Paul LaViolette PhD Galactic Superwave
Any Dreamland/Unknown Country subscribers, go back into the archives and listen to the LaViolette interview from Summer of 2001. If any non-subscribers are interested I can type up some of the points, but say so or I won't bother if there's no interest.
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Interdisciplinary scientist Dr. Paul LaViolette(1) was the guest for the first three hours, sharing his theories on such topics as galactic waves and pulsar communications.He believes there is evidence for a cycle of galactic superwaves that emanate from the center of galaxy and wreak cataclysmic earth changes when they arrive here. Such blasts of cosmic rays cause the sun to become more active and trigger climate change, earthquakes and mass extinctions, he said. Correlating this to the Hopi Prophecy of the Blue Star, which talks about the ending of a world, he noted that "when the galactic core erupts it would give off a bluish-white light."
There is a 90% chance that a superwave could arrive in the next 300-400 years, said LaViolette, who related that every ancient culture or civilization has stories about this, such as the Great Flood.Further, he believes that an advanced race of galactic beings has been attempting to warn us of the superwaves using pulsars as their communication method. The pulsars do not appear to be natural and convey a geometrical message by pointing to locations of previous super novas, he said. Using neutron stars as their power source, the pulsars could also be employed as a guidance system for interstellar travel, he added.
LaViolette also presented his alternative theory to the Big Bang, which posits that energy and matter are being continuously created. The final hour of the show was devoted to Open Lines, featuring callers who had faced down death.
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RE: Newer Audio Dr Paul LaViolette PhD Galactic Superwave
WASHINGTON- In a cosmic case of “now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t,” a brilliant disk of dust around a Sun-like star has suddenly vanished, and the scientists who observed the disappearance aren’t sure about what happened.
Typically, the kind of dusty haloes that circle stars have the makings of rocky planets like Earth, according to Ben Zuckerman, one of a team of researchers who reported the finding on Wednesday in the journal Nature.
Composed of warm dusty material, these disks can be seen by telescopes looking for infrared light. This one was first seen in 1983 by NASA’s Infrared Astronomical Satellite around the young star TYC 8241 2652. It glowed for a quarter-century before disappearing in a matter of 2-1/2 years.
An image taken May 1 by the Gemini observatory at La Serena, Chile, confirmed that the disk was gone.
Astronomers are accustomed to watching events that have unfolded over millions or billions of years, so seeing a bright ring depart from view in less than three years was an eye-blink in the astronomical context, Zuckerman said by telephone from the University of California-Los Angeles.
When it was there, the disk was about as far from its star as Mercury is from our Sun, or about half the distance between the Sun and Earth, Zuckerman said.
The disk’s star is a relative baby, just 10 million years old, compared to our middle-aged 4.6 billion-year-old Sun, he said. The disk orbiting close to it harboured “a huge amount of . . . tiny dust particles, trillions and gazillions of them.”
“So much dust orbiting so close to a young star implies that rocky planets similar to the terrestrial planets of our own solar system were in the process of forming around this star,” he said. But all of a sudden, this potential planet-maker was absent.
“We don’t really know where the dust came from in detail, and we certainly don’t know what caused it to disappear so quickly,” Zuckerman said.
Carl Melis of the University of California-San Diego, a co-author of the study and leader of the discovery team, said in a statement there are at least two ways the disk might have vanished. The dust particles might have been dragged into the star or caromed out into space though “none are really compelling,” he said.
This discovery has the potential to make astronomers re-think their ideas about what happens as solar systems form.
The name "Galactic superwave" was first coined by Paul LaViolette and appeared for the first time in his doctoral thesis published in 1983. Some internet webpages use the term "Galactic tsunami". This is another word sometimes used for the Galactic superwave.
LaViolette informed Congress about the phenomenon as early as 1984; see letter from Senator Packwood to the National Science Foundation.
To learn of the possible Galactic cause of the 2004 Malaysian tsunami,click here.
A novel by David Souers entitled "Galactic Tsunami" was inspired from Paul LaViolette's book Earth Under Fire.
Earth Under Fire
An investigation of the connection between ancient world catastrophe myths and modern scientific evidence of a galactic destruction cycle. * Provides scientific evidence of past Earth-wide catastrophes and their galactic superwave origins. * Decodes the ancient message encrypted in the zodiac constellations and symbolism of the Sphinx. * Explains the memorial significance of the Orion constellation, the Pleiadian rites, and the Minoan bull-leaping ceremony. * Compiles myths and legends from all over the world relating the occurrence of a past cataclysm. *Describes what caused the mammoths to suddenly die and freeze in the Arctic and what caused the extinction of the ice age mammals. * Deciphers the Galactic constellation lore of the South American Barasana Indians. * Explains what Plato's allegorical story of Atlantis and the Flood was really trying to convey. * Reviews evidence buried deep in the Earth's polar ice record and from the Moon and Mars that proves that this cosmic onslaught really occurred. * Describes how explosions of our Galaxy's core pose a threat to humanity in the future.
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Possible Core Burst From Galactic Center Gas Cloud
A gas cloud 3 times more massive than Earth is rushing toward annihilation. The supermassive black hole at the Milky Way's center is pulling the cloud at nearly 5,000,000 mph. Europe's Very Large Telescope has captured a view of the cloud en route.
The giant black hole at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy will soon rip apart a vast cloud of gas in a cosmic feast that could reveal just how supermassive black holes gobble their meals, scientists say.
The black hole, which contains about 4.3 million times the mass of the sun,is thought to lurk at the heart of the Milky Way. Scientists have named the monster black hole Sagittarius A* and pinpointed its location based on clues from intense radio emissions — matter near a black hole can release extraordinary amounts of light, including radio waves, as it gets super-heated rushing toward the point of no return.
Aside from radio waves and some modest X-ray or infrared flares, Sagittarius A* is surprisingly faint, suggesting that activity around it currently is very low, researchers said. This limits what investigators can deduce about its properties and behavior, as well as those of the other supermassive black holes thought to dwell in the cores of virtually all large galaxies.
"It is by no means easy to feed a black hole — if you were to throw something into its direction and you miss it a bit, the object would just swing by the black hole, like a spacecraft does when it passes a planet," study lead author Stefan Gillessen, an astronomer at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, Germany, told SPACE.com. "The object can only fall in if you point very precisely towards the black hole and hit it, or if during the swing-by the object loses energy and decelerates such that it falls in." [Photos: Black Holes of the Universe]
Black hole glutton
However, since 2002, astronomers gazing through the Very Large Telescope have monitored a dusty gas cloud three times the mass of Earth zip at up to more than 5.2 million mph (8.4 million kph) in a straight line toward Sagittarius A*, putting out five times as much light as the sun as it speeds along. The cloud has now grown increasingly disrupted as it moves closer toward the black hole's accretion zone — the region where matter begins its death spiral into the black hole.
"We can actually watch how this cloud gets disrupted — we see the changes in front of our eyes within the few years we have observed the cloud," Gillessen said. "The event will become much more dramatic in the near future ... the cloud now accelerates quickly towards the massive black hole."
The researchers suggest that monitoring how this cloud behaves in the next few years should help shed light on a number of mysteries surrounding the Milky Way's central black hole, such as its feeding processes.
"We can hope to understand how material is distributed around the black hole and thus test theoretical pictures of the emission of Sagittarius A*, which results from the material in the black hole's surroundings," Gillessen said.
Black hole witness
The cloud should reach the black hole in 2012 or 2013. They predict that as the cloud continues to fall into the black hole, its X-ray emissions should become substantially brighter, and it should spit out a giant radiation flare in a few years.
"Probably the first telescopes to notice the violence of the event will be X-ray satellites, but later Sagittarius A* might show up in all wavelengths," Gillessen said.
The scientists detailed their findings online Dec. 14 in the journal Nature.
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