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About 12,800 years ago, thanks to fragments of a comet, humans saw an astonishing 10 percent of the Earth's land surface, or about 10 million square kilometers, consumed by fires.

"Computations suggest that the impact would have depleted the ozone layer, causing increases in skin cancer and other negative health effects."

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20...173251.htm

Beans

I always thought this area on the Minnesota/Canadian border looked like it could have been a spot where one of the comets hit.
It was under a mile or so of ice at the time, but it looks like a shock wave pattern in the islands... 1dunno1

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Graham Hancock & Randal Carlson - Decoding The Ice Age Flood





Both of them superb. Randal Carlson has been studying the impact of a meteor strike at around that time that essentially wiped North America clean of it's megafauna.

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(02-02-2018, 05:56 PM)Beans Wrote: [ -> ]I always thought this area on the Minnesota/Canadian border looked like it could have been a spot where one of the comets hit.
It was under a mile or so of ice at the time, but it looks like a shock wave pattern in the islands... 1dunno1

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The dating is close enough -

Comet may have exploded over Canada 12,900 years ago after all

New evidence and support for a theory introduced in 2007 suggested a comet may have exploded over Canada 12,900 years ago (the Younger Dryas Boundary), killing off the Clovis people and large animals and sending the earth back into an ice age.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20...111320.htm
Documentary dump. A little of this. A little of that. Something for everyone.

https://the-fringe.com/thread-unclelunat...ntary_dump

More on this topic in there but we can keep this thread topic specific and keep talking this one through.