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I would spent an hour or so on the upper deck at night watching the northern lights when we were up in Arctic waters, not many people get to see this.
(03-15-2021, 10:22 PM)Canuknucklehead Wrote: [ -> ]I would spent an hour or so on the upper deck at night watching the northern lights when we were up in Arctic waters, not many people get to see this.

Very few, unless you have lived in Alaska of course. S22
Apparently according to some scientists global warming is not man made; it's coming from space and it may have contributed to killing life during the Late Devonian extinction. Exploding stars, Supernovas. Science is looking for iron-60, plutonium-244 and samarium-146 from that period in geographic layers.

An Exploding Star 65 Light-Years Away From Earth May Have Triggered a Mass Extinction
(04-04-2021, 11:02 AM)Grizzly Wrote: [ -> ]Apparently according to some scientists global warming is not man made; it's coming from space and it may have contributed to killing life during the Late Devonian extinction. Exploding stars, Supernovas. Science is looking for iron-60, plutonium-244 and samarium-146 from that period in geographic layers.

An Exploding Star 65 Light-Years Away From Earth May Have Triggered a Mass Extinction

If I recall correctly, Isaac Asimov, and at least one other 'Sci-Fi' writer, wrote about just such a thing way back then.
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