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I’d like to also state that meteoric glass can be found around impact sites, I’m not arguing that point. I’m simply stating that the glass found at impact sites are not Tritinite, or desert glass. Meteoric glass is typically brown or black, and does not share the same chemical composition as Tritinite. Tritinite usually has trace amounts of radioactivity caused by the materials in the bomb itself. Green glass can be formed by meteorite impacts, but it is not Tritinite, in a manner of speaking. The green color comes from iron in the sand or soil. So, what causes Tritinite to appear thousands of years ago around sacred sites across the planet without leaving an impact crater?



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