2018
DOI: 10.17265/2159-581x/2018.03.002
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William P. Sokeland

Abstract: The SNIT theory proposes the effects of exploding stars, supernova and nova, on the biosphere of Earth. The feature on our planet that is most sensitive to the incoming energy of an exploding star is sea ice at the poles and this brings in the concept of global warming. The incoming particle streams for SN 1054, SN 1006, and Nova WZ Sagittae have left easily interpreted data noted as calving under the Antarctic ice cap that matches previously predicted longitude locations for the local heat input of the partic…

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