NEXUS magazine reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps

“Felix’s book is crucial to providing missing links in our understanding of natural cycles. Read it before it’s too late!”


NEXUS magazine (Australia) reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps in its Oct 2010 issue

“Carbon falls from the sky, the result of interaction between the Earth’s magnetic field and the solar wind. But so do radiogenic elements such as iridium and strontium, and even oil and bitumen. These elemental rains are most prolific during magnetic field reversals which happen about every 11,500 years, or half a precession cycle.

“Robert Felix has analyzed the best evidence from a range of fields to conclude that ice ages, extinctions events and creation bursts coincide with, if are not caused by, magnetic field reversals–and not just of the Earth, but of the Sun.

“Felix also cites evidence for major electromagnetic disruptions that have hit the planet with the force of hundreds of thousands of Tunguska blasts, in line with the Electric Universe theory. Not all planetary magnetic reversals are that drastic: the intensity may depend on where the Earth is in its orbit, and on the Sun’s position in its galactic orbit.

“Evolution is not orderly, says Felix, but takes giant leaps when radiation kick-starts mutations in surviving species and sparks new life-forms into existence. The next reversal could be imminent, considering that the rate of decline of the Earth’s geomagnetic field strength is speeding up.

“Felix’s book is crucial to providing missing links in our understanding of natural cycles. Read it before it’s too late!”

 


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