Researchers in 2007 announced that they believe a comet (they named 'Clovis') broke up over North America and dubbed their theory "over-grill", claiming that an airburst caused the megafaunal extinction event of around 11,900 BC. I for one found this theory interesting but falling severely short in explaining many phenomenon, namely the mass extinction of ocean life on the opposite side of the globe, to the tune of 95%.
This didnt sit well with me and I began to research the works of Dr. Charles Hapgood and his theories on crustal displacement. While I believed his concepts and evidence compelling, there was something missing in my mind, that was a trigger. He believed that mass imbalance caused a gradual wobble that corrected itself with a crustal shift, but again I felt it fell short but had some merit.
Then one day in a flash of insight, it came to me. The shift he observed did happen, but it wasnt caued by an imbalance, it was the clovis comet that did it. A shiver went down my spine, could I find the crater? I knew the direction of the shift, therefore I would concentrate my search in a narrow band that circled the globe around the 70th Meridian.
Not long after my search began did I find the site I was looking for. However to my surprise I found 2 distinct overlapping circular features that look exactly like typical large impact craters. The larger of the 2 measures a whopping 500km in diameter and the lesser a respectable 250km in diameter. If validated it they would become the largest and 3rd largest impact craters ever recorded on the planet.
The larger impact was enormous and left a huge rip in the earth crust, with the second impacting furthur along the same vector, distributing all its energy laterally to the crust.
I am trying to get credit and credibilty through several legitimate scientific routes to bring my discovery to the public, however its been a fruitless endeavor thus far.
I figured if I could find open minds, it would be here.
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