Cosmological Ice Ages
  
Cosmological Ice Ages
Published:
8/19/2009
Format:
E-Book (available as PDF files) What's This
Pages:
392
ISBN:
978-1-42517-063-9
Print Type:
B/W
I plotted our sun’s course through space to discover that our sun was born in the constellation Orion. After the planets were formed Earth was covered with a five-mile-thick coating of ice one billion years. We eventually drifted near the Sirius multiple star system and little Sirius B (1.5 solar masses) grabbed hold of our sun putting it in orbit around Sirius A. During the rein of the dinosaurs the atmospheric pressure was around 30 pounds per square inch. Now it is 14.5 pounds per square inch. Before our sun was captured by the Sirius system earth had an atmosphere of 750 pounds per square inch. Such an atmosphere extended 2,500 miles above the planet. There was no way sunlight could thaw out mile-deep ice over the oceans. It took the power of a white dwarf to get life started. Our sun does not have enough power to keep us out of the ice ages otherwise we wouldn’t have them! Cosmological Ice Ages Solved: the greatest mysteries of all time! Where was our sun born? What took Earth out of a billion year ice age? What made all the coal, oil and limestone? How did Earth get a 20.8% oxygen atmosphere? Where did the energy come from to make all the coal, oil and limestone? Who, what, when and why was the moon brought into orbit around Earth? By Henry Kroll 384 pages 8.5 by 11; quality trade paperback (soft cover); Catalog #08-0164; ISBN 1-4251-7062-5; US$31.35, C$31.35, EUR21.42, £16.19 About the Book I plotted our sun’s course through space to discover that our sun was born in the constellation Orion. After the planets were formed Earth was covered with a five-mile-thick coating of ice one billion years with an atmospheric pressure of over 750-pounds per square inch. Sunlight could not penetrate such an atmosphere extending 2,500-miles above the planet. We eventually drifted near the Sirius multiple star-system. Little Sirius B (1.5 solar masses) grabbed hold of our sun putting it in orbit around Sirius A. Earth has lost 98% of its atmosphere (AKA radiation shield). Our sun does not have enough power to keep us out of the ice ages. The additional light and heat from Sirius star system that melted the ice caps and got life started in the oceans. Over time the 750 PSI carbon dioxide atmosphere was laid down as coal, oil and limestone using photosynthesis and light from Sirius A and B. Dinosaurs couldn’t live in today’s atmosphere because their lungs were too small. 65-million years ago the atmosphere was 30 to 60 PSI. Earth has lost 98% of its atmosphere. It is now 14.5 pounds per square inch. We have a limited time to get our act together and get off the planet to seed life in other biospheres. www.GuardDogBooks.com Wholesale orders (20 or more): www.Trafford.com www.AlaskaPublishing.com Also: www.Amazon.com www.AmazonUK.com www.Barns&Noble.com www.GuardDogBooks.com www.AlaskaPublishin.com
Cosmological Ice Ages Solved: the greatest mysteries of all time! Where was our sun born? What took Earth out of a billion year ice age? What made all the coal, oil and limestone? How did Earth get a 20.8% oxygen atmosphere? Where did the energy come from to make all the coal, oil and limestone? Who, what, when and why was the moon brought into orbit around Earth? By Henry Kroll 384 pages 8.5 by 11; qualtity trade paperback (soft cover); Catalog #08-0164; ISBN 1-4251-7062-5; US$31.35, C$31.35, EUR21.42, £16.19 About the Book I plotted our sun’s course through space to discover that our sun was born in the constellation Orion. What this means is that most of the atoms that make up your body, the iron in your blood, the calcium in your bones, the carbon and hydrogen came from Orion. You are an Orionian. After the planets were formed Earth was one third smaller than it is today and the oceans were froze over a mil deep. There was a five-mile-thick coating of ice on the land. The Huronian Glaciation lasted one billion years. Sunlight could not penetrate the 750-pound per square inch atmospheric perssure because such an atmosphere extended 3,000-miles above the planet. Right now if you go up 50-miles you are in space. We eventually drifted near the Sirius multiple star-system. Little Sirius B (1.5 solar masses) grabbed hold of our sun putting it in orbit around Sirius A. Earth's average temperature went up to 50 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Earth did not have ice caps for the next 750-million years and because there were multiple suns shining light from every direction tropical plants grew at the poles. The amount of photosynthesis going on was tremendous. The Carboniferous Era that lasted 80-million years laid down limestone 12,500 feet thick in places. Diatoms made crude oil. They filled up the oceans in a couple years because they can divide up to 5 times in 24 hours. Our sun does not have enough power to keep us out of the ice ages. It was the additional light and heat from Sirius star system that melted the ice caps and got life started in the oceans. Over time the 750 PSI carbon dioxide atmosphere was laid down as coal, oil and limestone using photosynthesis and light from Sirius A and B. Scientist took plaster casts of dinosaur chest cavities to discover that they couldn’t live in today’s atmosphere. 65-million years ago the atmosphere was 30 to 60 PSI. Earth has lost 98% of its atmosphere. The Banard's Loop explosion that occurred 3-million years ago kicked our Sun into an elliptical orbit around Sirius. The first Ice Ages were only 10,000 years but as the ellipse increased we now go out to 9 light years and Ice Ages last 105,000 years. The atmosphere is now 14.5 pounds per square inch and the average temperature is now 32 degrees. We have a limited time to get our act together and get off the planet to seed life in other biospheres. www.GuardDogBooks.com Wholesale orders (20 or more): Trafford.com www.AlaskaPublishing.com Also: www.Amazon.com and www.AmazonUK.com I used an onine computer to determine the forces needed to tilt the rotational pole of Earth 23.5 degrees. The force required is around 700 terramegatons. There is only one object up there in the sky with enough mass to tilt Earth 23.5 degrees and it is only 275,00 miles away. The impact depressed the Earth's crust 5 kilometers killing all the camels, horses, tribes and mastodons in North America. The impact also shortened up the day 34 minutes and put it out further from the sun lengthing the year by 5.25 days. The year used to be 360 days--the same as the number of degrees in a circle. Now you have sunlight striking 1,600 miles further north and south melting the ice caps and doubling arable land. Tilting Earth 23.5 degrees relative to the sun's rays also doubled the productivity of the oceans by increasing photosynthesis releasing more free oxygen. The increased volcanism from the moon's gravity helped to replenish Earth's atmosphere by releaseing more carbon dioxide out of volcanoes. The moon's gravity also heated earth's interior... According to ancient Sumerian scrolls the Anunnaki, came here to mine gold. Y can't mine much gold when most of the globe is covered with ice. The Anunnaki, Thoth brought the Moon in to take Earth out of the Ice Age so they could mine gold and give humanity a few more thousand years to become conscious.
Master mariner / navigator / pilot with over 12,000 days of documented sea time Henry Kroll attended three universities and is the Author of ten books including the Philosopher’s Stone which contains 7 recipes for increased intelligence and longevity. The recipes are worth millions to people dieing of cancer and aids. Much like Indiana Jones Henry clarifies the many ancient uses of the Biblical Ark of the Covenant. As a commercial fisherman Henry harvested over three million pounds of king crab, three million pounds of tanner crab and two million pounds of salmon. During fifty years as a tender skipper Henry transported millions of pounds of salmon to the towns of Kenai, Seldovia and Homer for other fishermen. He also brings them their mail, checks, groceries and fuel. Cosmological Ice Ages Solved: the greatest mysteries of all time! Where was our sun born? What took Earth out of a billion year ice age? What made all the coal, oil and limestone? How did Earth get a 20.8% oxygen atmosphere? Where did the energy come from to make all the coal, oil and limestone? Who, what, when and why was the moon brought into orbit around Earth? By Henry Kroll 384 pages 8.5 by 11; quality trade paperback (soft cover); Catalog #08-0164; ISBN 1-4251-7062-5; US$31.35, C$31.35, EUR21.42, £16.19 About the Book Henry plotted our sun’s course through space to discover that our sun was born in the constellation Orion. After the planets were formed Earth was covered with a five-mile-thick coating of ice one billion years with an atmospheric pressure of over 750-pounds per square inch. Sunlight could not penetrate such an atmosphere that extended 2,500-miles above the planet. We eventually drifted near the Sirius multiple star-system. Little Sirius B (1.5 solar masses) grabbed hold of our sun putting it into a 50th light year orbit around Sirius A. It was the additional light and heat from the sirius System that took Earth out of the billion-year Huronian Glaciation. Earth has lost 98% of its atmosphere (AKA radiation shield). Our sun does not have enough power to keep us out of the ice ages. The additional light and heat from Sirius star system that melted the ice caps and got life started in the oceans. Over time the 750 PSI carbon dioxide atmosphere was laid down as coal, oil and limestone using photosynthesis and light from Sirius A and B. Dinosaurs couldn’t live in today’s atmosphere because their lungs were too small. 65-million years ago the atmosphere was 30 to 60 PSI. Earth has lost 98% of its atmosphere. It is now 14.5 pounds per square inch. We have a limited time to get our act together and get off the planet to seed life in other biospheres. Recently Henry invented a way to prove there hasen't been a recent crustal slip--where the Earth's crust slips over the liquid mantel. Go to: www.Guard.DogBooks.com, click on the links to listen to his latest radio interviews. www.GuardDogBooks.com Wholesale or single orders and (20 or more go): www.Trafford.com, www.AlaskaPublishing.com Also: www.Amazon.com, www.AmazonUK.com, www.BarnsAndNoble.com
 
 


 

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