I remember sex - it has something to do with women.
At times....at times.
Different strokes for different folks, I suppose.
The thing is, E.P. we know there have been hits. I've been to Meteor Crater, Arizona and it is mind-boggling.... but there is no indication that it wiped out the mega fauna because it hit in 50,000 BC and they were still prancing around 40,000 years later. So, perhaps they are not quite the doomsday machines which pop culture is portraying them to be? We live in an age of hype. In order to get attention in the media everything must not only be dangerous...it has to be a CATASTROPHE!!!!
It might be easier to take seriously if they'd tone it down a bit.
The Meteor Crater im;act was around 44,000 BCE, min, if I remember the spike in the INCAL 14C chart correctly. The other two later large iron impactors landed in populated areas.
At least in the recent past, say the last 13,000 years, impacts have actually been MORE than the doomsday machines pop culture makes them out to be.
When I started out on this some 14 years ago, there was a good chance of getting 4 hours warning of a dinosaur killer. The situation is much improved now, but it has not been easy, and there is still has a way to go yet.
Now back to the topic at hand, min: why do you need to put the OT on a trash heap?