[ in response to author saying that
much of yucatan and south to panama, had been below the sea. i suppose
there could have been a tsunami and a plate drop during an earthquake, all
caused by such a large impact from space. with tsunamis several miles
high, it is not necessary to have elevator plate action to explain the
record. im relieved, after having found evidence of seawater in so many
places, america seemed very unstable and unsafe. cosmic impacts are
normally a one time event.
a glancing blow from
space could change the poles, or rotational speed. perhaps the year
went from 360 to 365.25 days then. a glancing blow from the west would
make the earth turn faster. a low angle strike from the west is more
likely to bounce off, than one from the east. identifying this one event helps bring closure to so many
earth mysteries, not only for the americas, but the world. ]
[ since i dont rely upon the
concensus, i will accept this impact as a valid event, that happened within the
last 10,000 years. imagine a disaster that erased a 900 mile circle, and
destroyed life for a few thousand miles in every direction, with fire and huge
waves. the recovery from an event of that magnitude could have taken
ages. our largest h bomb is not as powerful. people were happy to
live two miles above the sea after that in the andes. those northern
bonebeds and muck must contain men as well. the hunters were near the
game. any survivors either migrated or starved. please read dr
hibbens on the megafauna deposits of alaska. the beds were being excavated
with bull dozers, looking for gold. they were not looking for human
bones. as far as i know, nobody has examined them since. all of the
most important sites in the americas are left mostly unexplored. its ripe
for great discoveries. ]
the great bison herds are a strange
thing. did they survive the great tsunami kill-off, or were they
introduced later? i need to take another look at that, but it seems there
were breaks in time when there were fewer bison. there was no place of
certain safety in their range, that i can locate, from such waves.
how could bison survive, but not horses? the debris in tsunamis crashes
rocks, trees, etc, and animals mixed, so their bones were tangled together in
the deposits. only a tsunami could have done it.
structures facing the impact crater
may have a burnt look on that side. that side also took the brunt of the
waves, so may have those walls knocked down afterwards.
catlin had the idea that mountains
collapse into the open vaults below them.