I am not certain what really happened and I am open for discussions and like to get deeper insights in this topic!
Therefore I asked the questions above.
Indeed, it seems there is no extreme global drop of temperatures in the last ca 10,000 years to find. Nevertheless, I would be helpful to have a model dealing with potential cooling effects if a sun shift and planet migration occured and another model which is displaying the opposite effects by electric processes etc.
At this point one can either claim that the shift did not happen or claim that it happened together with other features. Then a temporary global warming or at least warming of specific regions seem to be unavoidable because of electric effects connected with z-pinch etc. Indeed, electric effects could have been harmful and helpful for survival at the same time.
The myths collected by many dedicated researchers seem to point to a terrible heat (compare van der Sluijs youngest TPODs) but I am not aware of any record of helpful information supporting and detailing this. Others could know a lot more about this and probably jump in.
Indeed, even a very little number of people could survive and repopulate all regions on Earth. I think that events mentioned by Spektralcavanger did reduce population down to 5% (?) according to Schaeffers research in some historical regions. However, I am not aware of an extreme "bottle neck" for DNA in the younger past. It is claimed that a volcano reduced human population near to extinction ca. 70,000 years ago but our current time scales could be very doubtful.
By the way extreme coldness or heat would surely depopulate especially regions where you can not hide in rock or underground like open plains.
I am aware that some of the following questions can not be solved here or in another thread of dicussion but I think it is necessary to address the following questions concerning the Saturn hypothesis (if they were not already addressed and I missed):
- How did the shift mechanism incl. planet migration work (an astronomic model with dates is required)?
- How long did the shift last and what kind of periods occured?
- How did climate on Earth change?
- How did the shift influence life [and Geology] on Earth?
- Why did life - and especially the human race - survive?
Finally I would like to repeat: So impressive and lovely the Saturn hypothesis looks - it needs an interdisciplinary approach which is answering many open questions in the fields of of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Geology and especially Biology. I missed the latter among the goals for the thread.
Without good evidence in all these fields it will stay the opinion of a little group and could even became a burden for other efforts of the Thunderbolts because opponents will not stop to point at weak spots in this field.
PS: Do not worry, I ilke more topics than phenomenology.