About 12,800 years ago, Earth came out on another boring day in a boring day. The atmosphere was warm and the glaciers were retracted.
Immediately after the end of the glacial age, thousands of years ago, the sky suddenly became enlightened by the flames of fire. The shock waves followed. The storms started and a dust cloud closed the sun’s rays. The climate began to cool down rapidly, plants died, food disappears, and the glaciers advanced again. The ocean currents made the climate even cooler, and the “ice-devil” lasted about a thousand years. Eventually the climate re-warmed, the storms stopped, the sun came up again in the sky, and people came back to the earth with a few large animals.
This is the story of a comprehensive study of geochemical and isotope markers published in the Journal of Geology. The study was so comprehensive that it could be published in almost two separate articles.
“Extreme Biomass Burning Process and Impact Winter 12,800 Years Ago” Part I: Ice Age and Glaciers and Part II: Lake, Sea and Land Deposits “
Adrian Melott, one of the 24 authors of the magazine, explains that “The study includes measurements made in more than 170 different locations around the world.” Research authors have stated that the Earth collided with a comet about 100 kilometers in diameter and that they were seen in the data they obtained. Melot stated that some parts of a fragmented large comet hit the Earth, and for this reason, the event mentioned above took place.
Adrian Melott noted that carbon dioxide, nitrate, ammonia, and similar chemicals in his statement indicate that 10 percent of Earth’s land surface or an area of 10 million square kilometers was burned. This work, presented as a hypothesis, provides a great deal of evidence about the events we claim to be explained by a great cosmic influence.