I have little doubt that it did kill thousands. They were almost all Indians and many survivors tried to explain, as I have tried to explain, but were not listened to, [mmm?]. What "archaeological record"? the only site near is "The Coon Creek Science Center" about 60-70 miles due north [it is my belief this impact exhumed these fossils]. I also have little doubt that 'The Geminids Meteor Showers' in early December are from the tail of Comet C/1811 F1 and not from some asteroid! There is no record of anything to negate this hypothesis.E.P. Grondine wrote:kalopin, a comet may have hit, but IMO in this case at best it was a very very ancient impact.Minimalist wrote:The comet did not hit the earth.
This is not bad news, as since oil pools in impact fractures, you may have stumbled into a way to wildcat the area.
Large numbers of people would have died if this was a recent impact.
Not only did no one remember that, the archaeological record shows that this did not happen within the last 13,000 years.
I was serious when I suggested to you to contact Dennis Cox, Mark Boslough, and David Morrison.
You might want to contact some of your local geologists as well.
If you took a course from them or audited one, they would have to look at your features and help you out with them.
kalopin, I am sorry, but I am simply too busy with my own work to do any work on your hypothesis, including commenting on it here.
Again, it was only a little piece of a massive comet. If this whole comet would have impacted, we would not be able to have this conversation. I have contacted so many, and even though I have most all recorded, I am not sure I've contacted Dr. Cox, but I believe I have contacted most that I thought would have an interest. This should already be common knowledge!
Thanks for the advice. I may look into taking a course, though my situation limits possibilities. I understand how time is short and how much this study takes up, but I am sure that you will find satisfaction in learning the truth.
I guess this brings me to that same spot, different thread. It is each ones' personal choice. One can not control what they are taught, only what they learn. It is as Platos' "Allegory of the Cave". Now, 'the red pill or the blue pill'? I assure you that once you have learned the truths, you will not want to return to the ignorance of what has been passed on...You can only imagine my disappointment in the many involved. all they need to do is test the rocks, what is so difficult?
You see, I am Gnostic, but have faith in all the good parts of all the logical religions. Gnostics do not settle for the status quo, but search for the facts, the truths of reality...
Do you wish to continue to believe that:
1. It was just erosion, pressure, tension, torsion to finally just cause and already existing faultline to rupture further?
2. That it somehow produced the upward topography shockwave surface design?
3. But also that an ice sheet or inland seas caused the topography, which is it?
4. That all the lights seen going across the skies from several states away were just natural earthquake lights?
5. That a fault in the middle of a plate can cause churchbells to ring thousands of miles away?
6. Volcanoes having nicknames were already buried 65 million years ago, in the Cretaceous?
7. A petrified forest sat undisturbed for 36 million years?
8. A huge comet can appear 50% larger than the Sun and have no effects?
9. Multiple catastrophes have no relation?... [there are many more!]
Each and every question can only be answered by this impact scenario. Sorry to put so many "on the spot" but the facts speak for themselves. For those who do not have enough interest to understand their own past, I can only say that they are the contributors to a repeat!