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Aug 11, 2020   Randall introduces the most comprehensive paper detailing the findings of nanodiamonds at 24 sites in ten countries across three continents, and then reverts to a 2008 contribution that sought to slam the YDIH as soon as it was presented, noting the odd timing, fallacy-filled arguments and weak statements, but also giving credit for a few things these critics got correct in their paper. We’d like to show them some “spectacular evidence” in the Scablands and prove to them that cosmic “Frankenstein” monsters are very real! More nano-diamond evidence is shared from findings in the Greenland ice sheet and Oklahoma Panhandle as we attempt to nail the coffin of the nay-sayers...  Kosmographia Ep041 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy Mike and GCREX admin Bradley, from 07/27/20.


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LINKS:  2014 paper on Nanodiamonds

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