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Episode #043: Geocosmic Clues at Lake Hind

We look again at articles that purport to kill the whole Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis (YDIH) and deem highly credentialed scientists as “outsiders”, while neglecting to report any follow-up that challenges their misleading headlines. As we shift into macro-scale evidence, we’ll show the geomorphic imprints right into the surface of the Earth of gigantic megafloods – meltwater episodes of inconceivably humongous volumes of water discharging off the ice sheets. RC gets us started here with an introduction to massive glacial Lake Agassiz and more details from a 2019 paper on adjacent Lake Hind, at the North Dakota / Manitoba border, and its role as the first site connecting massive flooding and geocosmic impacts…

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 LINKS:  Halls Cave Paper:

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Hall’s Cave Image credit: Michael Waters, Texas A&M University

Review of critic’s mistakes in Ep020:

“Mammoth-killer Impact” article:

James Teller paper:

Big Stone Lake, Minnesota: