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Tuesday, 23 January 2007

New Papers on Triassic - Jurassic Extinctions and Boundary

New Papers on Triassic - Jurassic Extinctions and Boundary

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 23 13:11:52 EST 2007

The latest issue, vol. 244, no. 1-4 (February 9,
2007), of Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,
Palaeoecology is devoted to “Triassic-Jurassic
Boundary events: problems, progress, possibilities”.
It contains a number of papers, which discuss the
various theories about what created the Triassic
- Jurassic extinctions. The table of contents can be
found at:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00310182

They include:

Hesselbo, S. P., McRoberts, C. A., and Palfy, J., 2007,
Triassic–Jurassic boundary events: Problems, progress,
possibilities. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,
Palaeoecology. vol. 244, no. 1-4 , pp. 1-10.

In the above paper, they stated:

"The debate about extraterrestrial versus volcanic drivers
for environmental change has not yet been concluded, and
it is noteworthy that all of the candidate indicators of
extraterrestrial impact - reports of PGE's and soft sediment
deformation - occur shortly prior to CAMP volcanic activity.
Pure coincidence aside, this observation keeps alive the idea
that there is an 'impact signal'-LIP connection, even if the
mechanisms remain highly controversial; for example,
impact decompression melting, as recently articulated by
Elkins-Tanton and Hager (2005), or lithospheric gas
explosion (Phipps Morgan et al., 2005)."

Another paper is:

Michalíka, J., Lintnerovab, O., Gadzickic, A., and Sotakd,
J., 2007, Record of environmental changes in the Triassic-
Jurassic boundary interval in the Zliechov Basin, Western
Carpathians. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,
Palaeoecology. vol. 244, no. 1-4 pp. 71-88.

This paper states:

“The negative delta 13C excursion is correlated with a
positive delta 18O peak and the beds containing the
excursion are overlain by a thin layer with unusual
lithological and mineral composition. This layer is
composed of small calcitized microspheres showing
complex alteration during diagenesis. The origin of this
layer, traceable over tens of kilometres, is problematic
(impact ejecta, volcanic glass, or altered aragonitic
particles).”

Yours,

Paul H.

Sunday, 21 January 2007

Alleged Meteorites and Craters Found Near Egyptian Pyramids

Alleged Meteorites and Craters Found Near Egyptian Pyramids

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 21 21:07:21 EST 2007

Does anyone know what the below research is about?

Meteorites from under the pyramids, "mp, tr.ajfb krx",
AGH University of Science and Technology

http://en.naukawpolsce.pl/naukaen/index.jsp?place=Lead02&news_cat_id=269&news_id=4944&layout=2&forum_id=1118&page=text

In part the article stated:

"According to "Dziennik Polski", the scientists were
intrigued by some unusual structures, which resembled
craters formed after meteorites hit the ground. They
noticed them when analysing satellite pictures of areas
north of the great pyramids in Giza."

“We found very solid metallic fragments in this area.
These are probably meteorite fragments” – says Prof.
Maciej Pawlikowski from the Mineralogy, Petrography
and Geochemistry department at AGH University, who
was the supervisor and main organiser of the
geological expedition. “We hope that further tests on
the patina covering the rocks, which formed during
the meteorites’ fall, will help us to establish the
exact time of the event” – the scientists said."

According to the article;, they found the alleged
craters and meteorite fragments as part of expedition
to study "geoglyphics'. They are described as
"gigantic pictures on the ground" which are located
east of Cairo and consist of "two several-kilometre-
long curved lines, which almost meet in one point"
and "look like a huge drawing of a scarab".

Does anyone have the latitude and longitude for
either the alleged "craters" or alleged "geoglyphic"?

Best Regards,

Paul H.

Saturday, 6 January 2007

the ULTRA scam!

the ULTRA scam!

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 6 14:59:55 EST 2007

Greg wrote:

“I received the same email yesterday but had deleted
it after reading the first couple words. After Michael
posted his scam email, I went back and re-read it.
They were the same.’

You might want to look at the “2005 Ig Noble Award
for Literature” at:

http://interactive.usc.edu/members/sfisher/archives/2005/10/2005_ig_noble_a_1.html

and “The 2005 Ig Nobel Prize Winners” at:

http://www.improb.com/ig/ig-pastwinners.html#ig2005

The 2005 ignoble for literature was awarded to
"The Internet entrepreneurs of Nigeria, for creating
and then using e-mail to distribute a bold series of
short stories, thus introducing millions of readers
to a cast of rich characters”


Also, there is the “Nigerian Fraud Email Gallery” at:

http://www.potifos.com/fraud/

Yours