Global Sea Ice Extent

September 17th Data:

Arctic Sea Ice: 1.2 Million km

Antarctic Sea Ice: 1.5 million km

Net Global Sea Ice Deviation: 0.3 million km

Robert Felix's New Book on Magnetic Reversals

Robert Felix's new book is out. Is is called Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.

Read the reviews.

I just ordered by copy.

Order your book today.

I should make it required reading on the site. I don't think people fully understand the effects of magnetic reversals on life on this planet. Maybe evolution is nothing more than beneficial mutations caused by solar radiation during times of magnetic reversals.

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4 comments to Robert Felix's New Book on Magnetic Reversals

  • Sounds good, guess I’ll havta pick one up too…
    I think in the very near future (coff 2012) we are all going to
    see some very large changes occur.

  • Just got done with the book. Thanks to Robert Felix and Indy for the book. Very interesting read.

    I have to take some time to think about it, but the theory is fascinating.

    One of the problems with Darwin’s theories is exactly that we don’t find the missing links. We find different species appearing seemingly out of nowhere.

    There are probsbly other reasons that occurs, natural selection being a reason, but the mutations have to occur someway, and gradual mutations probably wouldn’t lead to drastic changes in species that we end up seeing.

    The book also goes into a lot of detail linking extinctions and reversals, as well as creation of new materials on earth. When he talks about the explosions creating matter and radiation I couldn’t help but think about this passage in the book of Revelation:


    When the first angel blew his trumpet, hail and fire were mixed with blood and thrown on the earth. One-third of the earth was burned up, one-third of the trees was burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.

  • I’m still waiting for the book to come in. My mail is running really slow. I got something delivered yesterday that was postmarked on Oct 6th.

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