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The year 2015 is going to become a decisive year in the rewriting of the natural history of our planet and our role on it.
1.- The spacecraft “New Horizons” is approaching the most dangerous part of its mission to encounter Pluto and the cloud of debris of the Andrea-star behind it.
The newest discoveries of Carlos de la Fuente Marcos and his team confirm the existence of a hitherto unknown source of gravitational disturbance behind Pluto. The Solar-System formation and its present structure will be completely new written soon.
2.- One of the direct consequences of the Cosmic Hierarchy of our Solar System is the cosmic Universal Time Scale.
This scale makes it evident, that the genus Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis has lived on Earth for 164878 years, giving life for at least 12 consecutive species, with their life-expectation of 13578 years each. On the contrary, our own genus Homo sapiens Sapiens appeared on the life-stage not earlier than 6818 years ago. Our present, unique species, populating the entire Earth today, is the first species of this relatively young genus. The largest (and probably even all) pyramids on the Earth's surface, like the fantastic Bosnian Pyramids (discovered 2005 by dr. Semir Osmanagich), were thus build by one of the last species of the Neanderthals. The history of humans on Earth will be completely rewritten soon too.
3.- Volcanoes have “helped” drive all mass extinctions for sure
The following story has been posted by Irina Slav on May 05, 2015 in Breaking News of the New Historian: Volcanoes May Have “Helped” Drive Last Mass Extinction (Thank you, Martina Schoener for the link; P.J.)
In the article we read:
“According to the lead researcher, Mark Richards from the University of California Berkeley, the asteroid impact, in the Gulf of Mexico, led to large-scale and very powerful earthquakes across the planet, which in turn activated volcanic provinces such as the Deccan Traps in India. These then spewed enormous amounts of carbon dioxide and other toxic substances, which may have caused a climate change that finished what the asteroid had started.
The plume head mechanism was first proposed by Richards in 1989, with the suggestion that it probably occurred once every 20-30 million years... The mechanism involves what are called plume heads – a collection of molten lava that comes up from the Earth’s mantle and spreads underneath formations such as the Deccan Traps... Initially, he thought the reason that the asteroid strike caused the Deccan Traps eruptions was because it happened on the antipode of the formation. However, the impact area, Chicxulub, was recently found to be 5,000 km away from the actual antipodal point of the Traps. This is why Richards does not support the hypothesis that it was powerful earthquakes with a magnitude of 9 or more all over the world that triggered the Deccan Traps eruption.
Although it sounds believable that the Deccan Traps’ eruptions caused a climate change that contributed to the mass extinction, there is not enough evidence to confirm the hypothesis for the moment.“
However, there is enough evidence after all on this website. The “Chicxulub-series” impacts occur every 24,3 million years, and they move each time not only the corresponding (antipodal) “plume head” but they bore through the entire Earth's interior. See for example the following menu-points here above:
3.7. Global climate forecast,