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Posted: Aug 16 2007, 03:33 PM
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Someone is proposing a meteor exploded over North America and caused the extinction of Ice Age animals and Clovis man. And while there's no denying that fact.
My question is, was it really a meteor or something else?
In the International Geological Years 1975-76 coring samples done on every desert on the planet indicated (at the 12 foot deep level, relative to sea level) a 5 times higher level of radioactive background over normal background with glass like substance brought up also called (tektites) with is fused sand (silica), caused by temperatures that only nuclear device generated heat can produce.
In New Mexico at the Yuca Flats test site, one can see tektites that where formed on the desert floor. Tektites also formed at both Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan when we nuked them during the end of World War 2.
Now, who is willing to perform a radioactive essay of that algae layer? Can you say "Nuclear Winter"?
This post has been edited by goddog on Aug 16 2007, 03:34 PM