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  • Location: Worthing West Sussex
  • Location: Worthing West Sussex

Here's Professor Louis Frank's lecture.

More Info on the Small Comet website here.

The "gentle cosmic rain" apparently totals about an inch over the whole global surface every 20,000 years. This apparently balances the loss of ocean subducted under the earth's tectonic plates.

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  • Location: Worthing West Sussex
  • Location: Worthing West Sussex
Cool piece of information. Thanks for that.

Welcome Pamela to NW, the Small comet research, and conclusions impressed me too. Amazing to think how much more there is still to learn about our little corner of the universe. :)

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  • Location: The East Coast of England
  • Location: The East Coast of England
Here's Professor Louis Frank's lecture.

More Info on the Small Comet website here.

The "gentle cosmic rain" apparently totals about an inch over the whole global surface every 20,000 years. This apparently balances the loss of ocean subducted under the earth's tectonic plates.

Thanks for posting the links :drinks:

Simon :)

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