Well I have found something of interest Bill. You see an earthquake ten times stronger then any other in 25 years was associated with a gamma ray burst 100 times more intense then anything measured. But the earthquake got here first!!! Hence the shockwave must have travelled just a tad faster than the gamma rays.
I was able to match up all milky way supernova’s with known disasters using this very assumption. I said the shockwave must move faster than light, because it is destroying some of the gaede-ropes it is moving along. I said that if it was travelling at light speed it would manifest itself AS LIGHT. And not cause volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. I said that it won’t travel a great deal faster, rather it would simply destroy more ropes if it had the energy to travel a great deal faster. I’ll give you the linkage between the supernova’s and the disasters. But there is a problem wherein the initial impulse is likely coming from the galactic centre. Since I’m assuming that nothing gets out of the galactic centre except for gamma and the shockwave. So you don’t see anything. But that this initial shockwave may be what sets off the supernova in the first place. I’ll go and get the linkages I imagine I’ve found.
“The eruption of Baitoushan volcano in 1054 was one of the largest eruptions in the world in the past 10,000 years.”
“On July 4, 1054 A.D., Chinese astronomers noted a guest star in the constellation Taurus.”
The volcano date is given variously. But the only source that is willing to narrow it to the year gives it as 1054.
“SN 1006 was a supernova, widely seen on Earth beginning in the year 1006 CE; Earth was about 7200 light-years away from the supernova. It was the brightest apparent magnitude stellar event in recorded history…”
“In AD 1006 a great catastrophe engulfed Java which reduced the capital city to ashes…”
“..Some four hundred years ago, in the upland region of southern Peru, a volcano named Huaynaputina exploded; catastrophically. It was February 19, 1600, and is recorded as the largest volcanic explosion in South America in historic times.”
This was an ongoing series of disasters 1600-1604. Here I would claim that the initial impulse which sets off the supernova, starts from the galactic centre.
“Scientists now believe that its eruption may have had societal and agricultural impacts worldwide.”
Thats a bit of an understatement. Elsewhere I read that it wiped out one third of the Russians due to famine.
“Supernova 1604, also known as Keplers Supernova…..”
But since here we are assuming a disaster period running 1600-1604 rather than a single disaster, I assume the initial impulse starts at the galactic centre, touches off a supernova elsewhere, and both effects reverberate to us. Hence the four year lead-time. Rather than just a couple of days.
The best date I got for the Lake Taupo explosion in New Zealand was 180 plus or minus six years.
“SN 185 was a supernova which appeared in the year 185, near the direction of Alpha Centauri, between the constellations Circinus and Centaurus. This guest star was observed by Chinese astronomers in the Book of Later Han, …..”
So Lake Taupo explodes first. The Chinese see the supernova that caused it later on.
Two weaker examples. The first ever Taal eruption of 1572 matches up with the Supernova of that same year. A supernova in the Andromeda galaxy in 1885 matches up with Krakatoa in 1883. But this would imply I think that Andromeda is a bit closer than what we are told. And/Or the Gaede-ropes straighten more between galaxies allowing faster light-speed and shock-wave speed. Both propositions seem reasonable.
Well Bill. Thats it? What is your first impressions? I should also add that people are now claiming the dinosaurs were wiped out by volcanoes. This is missing the point. The supernova sets off the volcanoes. Explodes the planet which sets up the meteor. The gamma ray shows up. And the meteor hits 300 000 years later. Also a supernova was linked to the volcanoes that fused the Isthmus of Panama.