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Genuinely Useful podcast

a wide-ranging conversational style podcast in Hawai'i produced by host and musician Abe Vandenberg

aiming at truth, rather than victory; embracing the liminal space

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episode: George Howard and The Cosmic Tusk

Explore abrupt climate change and pandemic induced by comets and asteroids during human history at George Howard’s blog called The Cosmic Tusk. The Tusk also contains a treasure trove of scientific documents in The Cosmic Tusk Bibliography or The Complete Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Bibliography and Publication Archive.

Links to fascinating findings throughout. For many years, George has been in close touch with a group of scientists known as the Younger Dryas Boundary Team, or Comet Research Group, which studies and proposes the Younger Dryas Boundary Hypothesis, which we’re going to talk a lot about here very soon.

At the Tusk and during this episode, you can find out about topics like what a Cosmic Tusk actually is, the recent findings of a cosmic impact at ancient Abu Hureyra, the mysterious and impressive Carolina Bays, the implications of the discovery of the Hiawatha Crater under an ice sheet in Greenland, and we even touch on infectious microbes inside cosmic dust collected from the OUTSIDE surface of Space Station windows.

Yeah, links are in the show notes for your further exploration. Thanks for listening, subscribe if you haven’t already, and...I think you’re going to enjoy hearing about all of this I mentioned earlier. So which one should we start with?