Part 2: Nanodiamonds Link Outer Space Impactors to Earth Extinctions 12,900 Years Ago

The danger of comets hitting Earth has not been adequately
addressed because we don’t know where most of them are. SOHO has
discovered 500 new comets in the last eight years!”

- Ted Bunch, Ph.D., Northern Arizona Univ.

On lower left are two of the twenty-one comet fragments that impacted Jupiter's atmosphere leaving dark holes on July 16 to 22, 1994. Each impact mark is larger than Earth. This event was the only time in human history that comet fragment collisions with a planet has been witnessed and photographed. Image © 1994 by John Chumack, Galactic Images.
On lower left are two of the twenty-one comet fragments that impacted Jupiter's atmosphere leaving dark holes on July 16 to 22, 1994. Each impact mark is larger than Earth. This event was the only time in human history that comet fragment collisions with a planet has been witnessed and photographed. Image © 1994 by John Chumack, Galactic Images.

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January 29, 2009  Flagstaff, Arizona - Adding to the great mystery about what exactly happened 12,900 years ago to this planet, there have been discoveries of ancient animals in the permafrost of Arctic tundra such as woolly mammoths with undigested buttercups and grass in their frozen mouths and stomachs. The freezing of the mammoth animals was rapid and thorough.

 

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