“This made me think of your book,” says reader Ronald Baker. “Imagine the reactions that take place during magnetic reversals.”
In Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, I presented my belief that magnetic reversals could trigger huge nuclear reactions in the sky, producing Tunguska-like explosions around the globe.
I further proposed that explosions such as the one above Tunguska could dump untold amounts of radioactive materials on our heads, leading to sudden evolutionary leaps.
Now comes a new discovery that helps validate my theories.
“Lightning can trigger nuclear reactions, creating rare atomic isotopes,” reads the headline in Science magazine.
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