Tuesday, May 3, 2016


According to mainstream academia Earth has undergone more than five major extinctions some of which wiped out most all life right down to bacteria. Scientists say the Permian Extinction wiped out over 95% of all life. Evolution cannot account for the 30-million species of plants and animals we have today so obviously someone or something is reseeding Earth after each extinction. Maybe we should be doing the same instead of fighting these stupid religious wars.

I am Henry Kroll, a 72-year-old boat captain and pilot and author of twelve books including COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES. I harvested more than three-million pounds of king crab and about the same amount of  tanner crab, salmon and herring. I live in the remote Tuxedni Bay area of Alaska where during the long winters I had time to write and study.

Using Campbell and Moore's data with they tallied up the red shift of 2149 nearby bright stars to determine we are (our solar system) is traveling toward Hercules at 19.5 kilometers per second. I plotted our course backwards by running a line through the center of a constellation map to discover our sun was born in ORION; the nearest birthplace of stars. 

After leaving the relative star building, photon-warmth of ORION Earth froze up for one billion years known as the Huronian Glaciation. Earth's mostly carbon dioxide atmosphere was around 750 pounds per square inch and 2,800 miles deep. 750-million years ago there was no way to thaw the mile-deep, sheet of ice over the single ocean nor the five-mile-deep, chunk on the single continent. 

At the time Earth was only half the size it is today. The annual twenty-five to forty-thousand tons of incoming meteorite material plus plate- tectonics caused Earth to double in size reducing the atmospheric pressure by half. The rest of the CO2 was laid down as coal, oil and limestone by light that did not come from the sun. 

There was no way the sun could pierce a 2,800-mile deep atmosphere to make limestone layers up to 12,500-feet thick in the shallow seas with photosynthesis or make anthracite coal layers 100-feet thick. To make anthracite coal requires a forty to one compression by a five-mile thick ice sheet. To discover the light source that gave us our carbon energy on this planet read COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES. It wasn't the sun... The sun didn't burn as hot 700-million years ago aas it does today.      
Henry Kroll
26571 Heavy Down
Soldotna, Alaska 99669

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