March 6, 2019

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My interview with Dr. Paul LaViolette. Mostly unedited except the start and end. A highlight’s version will appear on YouTube as part of a larger video.

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  • Racingmurman
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    Thank you for this interview. I have read Paul’s papers on Sub-Quantum Kinetics and on Galactic Superwaves. Both, left an impresssion on me and I believe they not only look at a bigger picture of our galaxy, but also a smaller one of our existence.
    Cheers!

  • jcdoss
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    Is this guy related to Doug Voigt?

  • Edward Rutland
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    Ben
    Your labors are and will be a blessing for many.
    Thank you
    Ned Rutland

    • Stephen W Weber
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      I don’t understand why in the course of the conversation regarding the demise of large mammals and plant life, that the many hundreds of Wooly Mammoths being flash frozen was not mentioned. Something about the Boyle’s law effect I have seen on Doug Vogt videos. Thank you.

  • IanCastle
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    Great to hear Paul again. I bought his book a couple of years ago. The blue burst has always reminded me of the Hopi Blue Kachina. The raging sun reacting to the dust fits the description of the Red Kachina (purifier) perfectly. The series has completed the puzzle I’ve been trying to piece together over the last 8 years. Thank you.

  • BILLY
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    I guess with all the new and old ideas being openly discussed online the paradigm of the electrical nature of plasma , electricity, and magnatism going on at the time of pending solar kill shots on a eyes open huge way is proving God works in mysterious ways.

  • John Mallary
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    How can a kinetic wave of dust overcome the magnetic and static energy generated by the electrical flows in our galactic Birkeland currents and other energetic plasma formations?
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    Why can’t the suns corona deflect it? Why can’t large flares act to draw that dust away from the sun in CMEs?
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    How can the help of kinetic blasts of dust, prevent gravity from overcoming the formation process of galactic barred spiral configurations, when gravity is believed to maintain them via dark matter and energy and the flatness of spacetime? And how can those blasts cause those galactic barred spirals with the chaos of kinetics in the first place? Especially if the plasma universe perspective is a valid cosmology?
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    Why doesn’t that dust have the same effect on the giant star at our galactic center as it does our star?
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    If dust acts on the suns atmosphere as AGW’s Co² is believed to act on ours by reflecting radiated heat back to the surface, isn’t that the same mistake that TSI makes by inadequately considering the suns power and influence on climate? It sounded like IR and UV light is the “aggravating” frequency at work here. That’s not adequate IMO.
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    And speaking of frequency, how does the resonant Chladni like force that maintains planetary orbits, asteroid belts, etcetera, not capture that incoming dust in the heliospheric current sheet.
    How does this stuff get past the outer heliosphere anyways?
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    How can a wave of liquid water flash freeze anything, much less a mammoth? It must be above 32°F or slightly lower with salt water, in order to actually flow.
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    How does all that dust not get controlled by acquired static charge and the Lorentz effect, becoming captured long before the 100 lightyears of distance between here and Sagittarius B?
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    If it’s moving slower than gamma and x-ray light, why don’t we see it’s radiating progression outwards, in the behavior of the multitude of stars between us and Sagittarius B?
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    Why didn’t the mamoths die from the deadly radiaton first?
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    How would humans know to become nocturnal anyways?
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    He said the dustwave triggers our magnetic poles flips and migrations. That’d mean it’s effects began when our poles started accelerating, yet our planet’s magnetic fields have been weakening the entire time with no evidence of concurrent thermal increase at the suns surface from the dust that has triggered our poles excursions. And in this last solar cycle, our suns surface activity has been weakening as with its own polar magnetic fields.
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    Maybe it’s my own ignorance but I find it most impressive that Ben can conduct such an interview without antagonizing the guest with such questions. He used legit observations and theorized. Seemingly cherrypicking what supports and ignoring what might not? It’d be nice to see some hypothesis testing.
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    I’m still not bought into this fixed cycle of immanent destruction.
    Aren’t we exiting a massive elemental galactic cloud right now? Couldn’t that have been the source of an overabundance of matter, capable of fueling such cycles?
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    Maybe, the worst is over. Maybe the GSM cycle and sunspot cycles, directly result from the fractaled up frequency variations in the Birkeland flows of charged particles that fuel our star?Resulting in a clockwork sine wave progression of the GSM cycle.
    What if pole flips on earth are driven by an internal process which, is in some way driven by our sun and the capacitance of the earth itself?
    If our galactic center produces energetic surges torroidally ? I think those surges more likely are of an electrical nature, conducted away from our galactic center along the galactic Birkeland current which feeds, maintains and modulates our star.
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    I think this scientist has some valuable observational data and a disconnected perspective that useses the concensus chaos cosmology theory, to produce another which, seeks to include the multitude of observations that contradicts the disconnected universe of Einstein’s creation. But then again, I’ve not read a single work of his.
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    Maybe it’s ok to learn the hard way, along with the other 5-6 billion humans, if our sun sheds it’s shell. Maybe prepping for this emerging GSM is the enough. Everybody dies, eventually.

  • Clare Williams
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    I had very much the same thoughts . I don’t think Paul has connected all the dots very well and this interview left me with more questions than answers. Doug Vogt has done a much better job of explaining what happ ended at the end of the last ice and his theory of loss of atmospheric pressure is a much more plausible explanation of the flash frozen mammoths.

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