Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1 . . . K-O’d at the K-T
Dinosaur extinction · They died in less than a year · A worldwide layer of iridium · And a layer of soot · Equivalent to one billion Hiroshima bombs · A meteor? · No

Chapter 2 . . . Bolide Bullies
Where’s the hole? · Manson Structure · Chicxulub · Popigai · Reversed polarity · Volcanoes · The Deccan Traps · The Siberian Traps · Geologic Time Scale · Extinctions come in cycles · We can’t find 525 huge craters?

Chapter 3 . . . Disappearing Act
Sea levels fell at every extinction in history · Water temperatures increased 9o to 22oF · Hallam’s and Vail’s sea level charts · The fish clays · Acid rain · Freshwater animals survived · Black shale · Anoxic waters · Sea levels fell in some areas but not in others

Chapter 4 . . . The Irony
Extinctions correlate with magnetic reversals · Magnetic field strength is falling right now · Brunhes · Matuyama · Extinction and glaciation cycles match the reversal cycle

Chapter 5 . . . Ruler of the Universe
Magnetic forces cause explosions on the sun · Granulation · Sunspots · Supergranulation · Magnetic reversals on the sun produce large electric surges on earth and affect volcanic and seismic activity · What if a reversal should occur right here?

Chapter 6 . . . Continental Drift
Alfred Wegener · Pangaea · Huge underwater mountains and magnetic stripes on the seafloor · New seafloor is created at underwater ridges, then crawls across the ocean to be eaten at the other end · Map · Benioff zones · Alaska’s Good Friday quake · The biggest dispose-all in the world · All continents are headed north · Open and close cycle in the seas

Chapter 7 . . . The Traitor Within
Go north young man · Electrophoresis · Electrotelluric currents · All plates rotate · It’s slow-motion granulation, caused by magnetic repulsion · Thrusts · Faraday’s Law: A fluctuating magnetic field can produce an electric current · Magnetic reversals move the plates and cause volcanoes · Bouguer anomalies · Liquefaction · Old Port Royal

Chapter 8 . . . Earthquake Lights and Crazy Snakes
New Madrid · Haicheng · Tangshan · UFOs are earthquake lights? · Earthquake lights are escaping electromagnetic forces · VAN method · Electrotelluric currents · Crazy snakes and cockroaches twirling, all just before earthquakes

Chapter 9 . . . Diving Turtles
Land rises and falls in sync with our galactic orbit · Today’s underwater ridge system began at the K-T · Underwater volcanoes affect sea levels · Sea level changes occur abruptly · Tectonic movement correlates with magnetic reversals · Hairpin turns in the polar wander curve · 14.1-myr cycle · Mazaud · Magnetic reversals cause ice ages

Chapter 10 . . . Fish Stew
Underwater volcanoes heat the seas and cause El Niño · That’s why freshwater animals survived · Thousands of cubic km of moisture rose into the sky, causing massive floods · What if it had been cold at the time? Snow, unbelievable amounts of snow

Chapter 11 . . . Not by Fire but by Ice
The dinosaur’s world ended by ice · Sixteen stories of snow a day · Climatic cooling caused almost every extinction in history · What do ice ages have in common? Magnetic reversals · Description of past ice ages · Why do ice ages end abruptly?

Chapter 12 . . . Fatal Flaw
Mammoth extinction · Big was bad · Herds of mammoths · Horner’s Herd · Nine Stories of snow a day · They were too heavy · They couldn’t climb out of the snow

Chapter 13 . . . Nine Stories of Snow a Day
Hail at the rate of nine stories a day · Standing mammoths · Edible mammoths · Fast-frozen mammoths

Chapter 14 . . . Pacemaker of the Ice Ages
Ice ages correlate with our galactic orbit · So do peaks in strontium and lead · Ice ages correlate with our celestial orbit · Copernicus · Adhémar · Leverrier · Croll · Milankovitch · Precession: “Pacemaker of the Ice ages”

Chapter 15 . . . Noah’s Deluge
Ice ages end with huge floods caused by evaporating seas · Columbia River flood · Alberta’s badlands flood · Connecticut River flood · Gulf of Mexico flood · Lake Bonneville break-out · Warming seas · Rising water-vapor levels · Millions of floods in phase with precession · Volcanism tracks precession

Chapter 16 . . . The Next Ice Age—Now!

Every ice age began fast · Carbon-14 and precession · Magnetic field affected by precession · Magnetic intensity is falling · A reversal can occur in three weeks · During reversals, our magnetic field oscillates · With reversals come earthquakes, volcanoes, and rising land · The 1980s: one of the worst decades of volcanism ever · List of reversals · Reversals correlate with glaciation · List of catastrophes in sync with precession · Here we sit worried about global warming · Our glaciers are growing

Chapter 17 . . . The End

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    • The authot Robert Felix, stated on Coast to Coast AM, that he moved from Seattle, WA, to somewhere in Texas… but he seemed reluctant to say where he lives in Texas!??? And he also mentioned that as big as Texas is, it can have varying climate conditions from one area to another! Therefore, take care and do some research, before you just pack up and move to the big star state!

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