Sunday, March 15, 2015

You are probably aware by now that I owned the 72-foot Mary and fished crab 23 years catching over 3-million pounds of king crab and about the same amount of tanner or snow crab. I operated boats up to 130-feet in length. After accumulating more than 12,000 days of sea time in Alaskan waters and having to deal with nature and reality to overcome adversity in many situations where your life and the lives of our crew are in eminent danger it’s like staring directly into the face of God. I look like Father Time yet I don’t feel my age. At age 71, I plan to make at least 22 crossings of Cook Inlet next summer towing barges and to pick up salmon.
Having had to depend on my ability to navigate in zero visibility for weeks and months on end in rough weather using compass bearings, and sets of flashing numbers on a loran-C along with dim radar echoes off points of land 16 to 23 miles away to find strings of tiny crab pot buoys I consider myself a pretty good navigator.
After reading that our solar system it traveling toward Hercules at 19.5 kilometers per second I drew a line through a star chart from Hercules extending it out through the middle and it winds up in Orion. Orion has to be the birthplace of our sun.
Having read the Sirius Connection and other books by Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval and many others I came to the conclusion that some of the Egyptian hieroglyphics was translated wrong. Instead of Zep Tepi being the ‘first time’ it should read “In the beginning,” the first three word of the Bible.

Recently I read Lost Star by Walter Cruttenden and From Atlantis to the Sphinx by Colin Wilson (which was very good by the way). Most all the books on the history of ancient civilizations are speculation based on our modern perceptions of reality. None of them know that our sun was born in Orion and got captured by Sirius A and B because they don’t have my knowledge of navigation. They don’t realize that it was the intense UV light from Sirius B - 100 times greater than our sun that is responsible for most all the carbon energy on this planet. They try to attach some sort of religious significance to all of the extremely precise alignments of ancient monuments around the world. Come on guys! Ancient civilizations were much smarter than that. Due to various extinctions there is no linear evolution of civilizations. Some of them reached peaks of technology that rival what we have today.
Nobody seems to get that yet all the ancient monuments around the world aligned with Orion and Sirius were trying to pass down vital information that might save our hides in the future. Yet, we attach religious significance to everything they did. How stupid is that? Wake up guys! 
I started writing COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES after reading Scientific American magazine article on Antarctic Ice core graphs showing a regular drop in CO2 every 100,000 years or so. I called my friend Brad Guth in Seattle who was also reading the same article and he had already taken the next mental leap. He started looking around our sun for another source of light that could mop up CO2 with plant growth in the oceans. (The oceans cover 4/5ths of globe and its’ tie plankton and diatoms that mop up the CO2 and give us most of the oxygen we breathe. Trees and grass contribute a much smaller amount of oxygen to the environment.)
Brad discovered that our sun is traveling toward the 3.5 solar mass Sirius System of two stars at 7.5 kilometers per second and it is only 8 light years distant. He had already calculated the orbit period based on the gravity in that neighborhood. You got the 3-solar mass Procyon at 10.5 light years sort of in the same general direction and the galaxy gravity behind those stars transmitted from star to star in a big Fibonacci spiral the black hole in the center. Because of the galaxy gravity you have to multiply mass difference times four for Sirius and because Procyon is further away you have to cut that figure down by ¼. Being that the mass is the sun and planets is 2.0 e 30 and Sirius A and B 6.8 e 30 (3.5 solar mass) and Procyon 6 e 30 (3-solar mass) and you get about 20 to 25 times the gravity of our sun in that direction. We calculate the orbit period of our sun around Sirius to be over105,000-years which matches ICE Ages.
Sirius A puts our four times the visible light of our sun. Little Sirius B, the size of Earth but 1.5 solar masses puts out more than 100 times the invisible Ultraviolet Light as our Sun is responsible for creating coal layers 100-feet thick and limestone layers up to 12,500 feet thick and pools of oil made by diatoms in ancient shallow seas. When you are driving your car down the road and heating your home you are recycling energy that didn’t come from the sun. It came from the Sirius System.  
The Ice Age cycle began 2.5 million years ago. Before that time the average global temperature was 63 degrees F. We lost our tractor beam Sirius Ba and got blasted out of orbit 3-million years ago after the Barnard’s Loop explosion in Orion. We had 58 Ice Ages since that time. The first Ice Ages lasted only a few hundred years. It is a decaying elliptical orbit. Now we go out to 9 LY and Ice Ages last 105,000 years. The next one may last forever. It’s critical that we understand this. The book title is COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES.

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