A study published Monday detailed how a horrifying solar storm bombarded the Earth right around the end of our last major ice age.
The study found a massive dose of radiation pelted Earth around 14,300 years ago, and scientists suspect it was caused by a super-powered solar storm, the likes of which we’ve not seen since. Using carbon-14 results from sub-fossil Scots Pines recovered from the French Alps, the researchers noted a high level of radiocarbon caught within this time period, right around when things were warming up on a global level.
The researchers then used a second set of proxy data from Greenland ice cores to correlate the high levels of cosmic radiation to this same time period. The cores showed high levels of beryllium, which is most often created by cosmic rays slamming into other elements, LiveScience noted.
So, why will progressives hate this research? Well, it’s complicated. But the simplest way to explain it is the data contributes to a much larger body of research that is starting to dispel the origin narrative on climate change, and may mean we’ve spent the last thirty years trying to fight the wrong battle.
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It would look like we all died. https://t.co/8V53OR1MFp
— KAY SMYTHE (@KaySmythe) October 12, 2022
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