"Brilliant Flashes of Silence I, The End of the Dinosaurs," is a work that has reached its time. In it, you will find a description of the universe as a closed space, the meaning of the term dark matter as well as the reason why it exists. Though the number of worlds like our own is endless, we are the only life in this vast universe. You will find how the sun works, how life began on Earth, the effect of meteor strikes through time, and the reason why climate is the deciding factor in the emergence of life. Various events and conditions are described including the fall of the Earth's second moon called Endymion (to go in) and how it created the Pacific Ocean. Included are arguments why the fall of the moon was instrumental in the rise of various mountain chains including the Andes, the Rockies, and the Himalayas. Also, explanation is given why plate tectonics did not exist prior to sixty-five million years ago and why this event paved the way for man to dominate the Earth.
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About the Author
The author, C. T. Chilcott was born in Lafayette, Indiana on February 20, 1952. He has been a student of ancient history since 1977. The first son of a family of eight, Mr. Chilcott worked as a journeyman meatcutter for the Kroger Co. and resigned in 1994. That was followed by a twenty-year career at the Chrysler Corporation where he retired in 2014. He has taken several college writing courses and is planning to deliver his findings in an eleven-volume set designated as “Brilliant Flashes of Silence.”