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Regards your Carolina Bays article, many moons ago, here is another view on this mystery......

* The Carolina Bays and the Destruction of North America. *

What created the many elliptical Carolina Bay landform depressions?
And what caused the Younger Dryas cooling period 12,900 years ago?

Could these two seemingly disparate topics be linked in any way? Ralph Ellis takes a look at current research on both of these subjects, and discovers that they are likely to be linked to a large meteoric impact in the Great Lakes region some 12,900 years ago. It was the ejecta from this impact that created the Carolina Bays, and it was the same ejecta that blanketed the Earth and caused the Younger Dryas cooling period.

https://www.academia.edu/17274053/The_Carolina_Bays_and_the_destruction_of_North_America

Please contact me for further information.

Sincerely,
Ralph Ellis

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Here's a neat proposal on how to use the Kepler telescope now that it's hobbled with just two reaction wheels:
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Our galaxy's black hole is a messy eater: 
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Clara, I seriously believe you should stop writing until you amp up your knowledge base. For an intelligent lady, you get so many facts wrong, including this article.
For goodness sake, you still believe man landed on the moon back in 1969!
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It's definitely a concept under consideration!
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Awesome night sky photos from Bangalore by +Ajay Talwar 
 
A Garden in the City of Gardens
All Sky Image of the Glass house at Lal Bagh and stars above.
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IVE BEEN INTO QUANTUM FOR QUIT SOMETIME . IM A SIMPLE MAN AND FINDING OTHERS WITH LIKE MINDED THOUGHTS AND INTRESTS ARENT EASILY COME BY. I NEVER BEEN SCHOOLED TO LEARN THE BASICS OF ANYTHING THAT HAS TO DO WITH QUANTUM AND YET I STILL FIND MYSELF IN DELIGHT TO READ AND LEARN AND TEACH. I BELIEVE THE UNIVERSE IS LIKE THOUGHTS IN A SENSE. EVER EXPANDING THE AWARENESS OF THE EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION OF THE UNIVERSE. MY KNOWLEDGE MOSTLY CAME FROM INTENSE THOUGHTS .NATURAL AWARENESS BRINGS ENLIGHTMENT THOUGH "SUN GAZING"
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Here what we know now about the developing situation on the space station:
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Dark matter is just one of the reasons the Fermi telescope may be changing tacks:
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+Mamudou Gumaneh
Yes... antigravity antioxygen and more
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Water, oil, molten rock and plasma all have differing viscosities. They do not pool in certain areas but move about the earth, by forces, perhaps other than gravity. Frequency may play a role, as well as human interaction.
My point is though that perhaps the inconsistent measurement of gravity may be caused by the location and quantity of these viscous bodies.
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I can't recommend the new shuttle Atlantis display at Kennedy Space Center high enough - truly amazing!
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I can't wait to observe the stars on August, 28
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I'll be very curious to see if this potential dark matter signal pans out: 
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Hi Clara,
I have regular reader of your post. Please share your skype to send you message.
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It's pretty exciting to think what this Planck data might tell us: 
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I'm not bringing religion into this equation but if something is 100% efficient isn't that equal to God?
Or some type of Devine creation that is beyond our most wildest dreams to be 100% efficient
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These images are absolutely gorgeous:
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Wow. Makes me think of this Monty python - Universe song ( original )
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