Robert Felix – Magnetic Reversals & Climate

by on October 13, 2010      

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Robert Felix

Robert Felix

Robert Felix is the author of Not By Fire, But By Ice and founder of Ice Age Now, one of the biggest climate sites on the web. In our first show on climate change, Robert Felix delivered a chilling forecast that demanded a reconsideration of the official climate story. Now, he’s back to discuss the findings that underscored Magnetic Reversals & Evolutionary Leaps, a study in the relationship between climate, pole shifts, and the evolution of species. Tune in as we delve deeper still into the intricacies of climate change with Robert Felix.

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1 Robin Datta October 14, 2010 at 3:09 am

The Neanderthals survived for 400,000 years (twice the time of Homo sapiens sapiens to date) and went extinct around 30,000 years ago.

The idea of sudden jumps in evolution is a well-recognized, having been put forward by Stephen Jay Gould: “punctuated equilibrium”.

Heavier atomic nuclei were created in the center of stars that had disintegrated before the coalescence of the solar system. These atomic nuclei (including carbon) are not created de novo outside the center of stars.

Petroleum and coal contian the fossil molecules of plant organelles including plant sterols and plant porphyrins.

The presence of extant species unchanged forms from earlier times suggests that they are adequately adapted to their niches. It does not exclude adaptation of other species.

SEPP Milankovitch cycle article by Harrison Schmitt:



2 Jack Welch October 14, 2010 at 8:07 pm

I first ran into Your Subject while reading Velikovsky many yrs ago.I beleave he mentioned Venus having seas of oil.I think space probes have verified his claim.
I remember sometime I read that mutation was the only tool of evolution.Your claimes sure agree with that claim.—jw


3 Robert October 15, 2010 at 1:00 pm

Even if we in the West would reduce our CO2 emissions it would make no difference as long as China and other emergent countries try to get out of poverty.

Berkeley Prof. Richard Muller on Copenhagen and Global Warming
Global Warming — The Current Status: The Science, the Scandal, the Prospects for a Treaty

p.s. I don´t agree with all his comments

good show



4 Keith Schultz November 9, 2010 at 8:50 am

could the passing of earth thru the milky way equator in DEC of 2010 reflect to a magnetic change on earth?


5 Pete January 7, 2011 at 11:52 am

This stream no longer works for me? Doesn’t seem to be a technical hitch at this end, but the time read out on the right of the player keeps saying it’s only 1min 40 long, then it stops. Apologies for using the comments to mention it. The conspiracy theorist in me says this is odd in light of current events!?


6 Andrew Abang (Site Admin) January 7, 2011 at 1:20 pm

Pete – I’m sorry to hear that! I’ve tested the file and it seems to play through to the end; my player says the file is 1:24:19 – if you have problems here, you can also check out the show on YouTube or download the podcast (iTunes or our RSS Feed).


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