> The only one of note who has gotten back to me saying my theory
>is interesting is Dr. Allan West, retired archaelogist that
> studied the clovis remains for the later part of his career,
> and like he has mentionsed, and I agree, that without core
> samples in the area it will remain a theory. Unfortunatly
> neither him nor I have the finances to mount the expedition.
Actually, these cores and samples already exist. The geology of the Arctic Ocean in the area of your proposed craters has been extensively studied using numerous deep sea cores and seismic profiles as documented and discussed in the papers listed in "Need Some Hard Data" at [www.grahamhancock.com]. None of them provide a single shred of evidence for the presence of your craters. None of them provide a single shred of evidence for any cataclysmic impact having occurred anytime during the Pleistocene.