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1 year ago
warleb
@Steve Clayton Have you been?
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1 year ago
warleb
Thank you, I will
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1 year ago
warleb
Not saying you are wrong but it's not very dense. Ice ages average every 100,000 years or so. So it has to be something that happens every 100,000 years give or take a few 1000 years. Our system orbits the Mway around 230 million years so it has to be something quite frequent that causes an Ice age. For gas clouds to cause such havoc would mean we would have to run into something liker this i
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1 year ago
warleb
I really don't see what all the fuss is about regarding how the pyramids were built. Why is this consuming so many peoples lives? They were built and they are there for all to see. There is nothing mysterious about them at all. Just move on because for sure, finding out how the pyramids we built will leave you deeply unfulfilled. What I can say though is that the they were there before th
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1 year ago
warleb
@Manu To be honest, I don't think they could even begin to estimate when the Quasar at the centre of out galaxy was last switched on. How would they know? It's certainly an interesting theory though. I am not saying Graham is wrong though. There are many theories for repeating ice ages and that fact that we just don't know is interesting. But I am more inclined to go for a Galactic eve
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1 year ago
warleb
@Race Jackson Any gas in the milky way would rotate at the same rate as the Milky Way. The solar system would therefore never pass through a dust cloud. Or are you say that dust clouds defy the laws of gravity?
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1 year ago
warleb
I know there are some theories on what ended the last ice age. Meteorite, comets etc. However i am not convinced about this. A more plausible theory in my view is that the milky ways quasar could have switched on causing the sudden thaw. There is current evidence that the milky does in fact have a quasar at its galactic centre which is currently dorment. It seems we may be heading for another
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