Changes in handedness of DNA (triggered by a magnetic reversal) would lead to gene activation or deactivation,
Scientists agree that Earth has long been subjected to thousands of traumatic magnetic reversals of the poles, and that we’re due for another — but when?
“The Burgess Shale adds to evidence that evolution proceeded with bouts of rapid diversification interspersed with extinctions,” says this article in the Smithsonian, thus bolstering my contention that evolution does take leaps.
After finding well-preserved bone marrow in a thigh bone of a woolly mammoth found in Siberia, scientists believe it may be possible to clone the giant mammal within five years.
“The fossil record shows no drastic changes in plant or animal life,” says this article on SOTT. I beg to differ.
Archeologist Peter Mungo Jupp insists that catastrophic evolution occurs at magnetic reversals
Forget Darwin’s theory of slow, stately, orderly evolution.
Or evidence of thousands of Tunguska-like explosions in the sky?
“It’s completely accepted in science that cosmic rays can – and do – alter DNA,” says Andrew Collins in this short video.