I appreciate your comments Absinth. I have been told by quite a few people that the reason I failed the scientific route is simply because I try to explain to much too soo. I have been told that if I want to be taken serious I should just concentrate on the craters. Seeing is "earth crustal displacement' was the reason I found the impact, I felt it necessary to keep in, but in my followup video ia, the aquatic ape and great flood tie in, will be pushed to another seperate video.
To address your comments, the biblical flood may have been recorded in the middle east, but there are indications that it happened in India and china as well. I will admit that evidence on the other hemisphere is lacking, but keep in mind that any civilizations existing in that portion of the planet were in their infancy. Being that the Mediterranean area was located precisely at the axis of rotation, there would have been little ecosystem upset, other than the forcoming flood. Everywhere else, the change was much more drastic and deadly. And in a single day and night, evn a continent could disappear beneath the waves.
With regards to size of the craters. While the simple corelation between crater size and meteorite size hold true in some cases, it only occurs if you hold velocity constant. This is true because most ASTEROIDS are relatively low speed objects and would fall into earth gavity well impacted at near perpendicular angles. Comets however are much faster as they gain speed when they orbit the sun. The resulting impact then transfered a great deal of energy to change the moment of inertia of the crust and overcome the massive liquid friction between the asthenosphere and lithosphere layers of the planet. It also disappated a great deal of energy in the resulting rift it teared. Being that the impact was shallow, it is also my contention that another portion of the comet simply skipped like a stone on a pond back into the upper atmosphere and THEN rained down in airbursts over North America as observed by many archaeological sites around the continent.
Truthfully I have worked intently on the math and physics involved, and although there are a few unknowns in the equation, my conservative estimations still fall within the boundaries of reason. The comet would be much smaller than the 10 mile asteroid that killed the dinosaur however it left larger craters because it had more energy. In this case I refer to the equation K=1/2 mv^2, where the kinetic energy is a function of the square of the velocity.