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Crater Science Reaches New Depths at Chicxulub, Ground Zero for the End of the Dinosaurs
May 5, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

If there was ever any doubt whether an asteroid impact killed off the dinosaurs, field scientists continue to bring back proof from ongoing research in the Gulf of Mexico.Last week, geologists working in the Yucatán Peninsula reached a major milestone in an offshore drilling project of the Chicxulub Crater, now known to be the remnant […]

If All the Dinos Died on One Terrible Weekend – Where are All the Bodies?
December 7, 2009 · 9 Comments

photo credit: goldenrectangle According to the Impact Theory, a rock from space smashed into the earth, threw up a huge dust cloud, chilled the atmosphere and sent down acid rain.  All the dinosaurs died immediately all over the globe or in a week or so. So….where are the bodies of the victims? Probability of Becoming […]



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