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  • Thomas Donlon

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    March 9, 2021 at 1:02 pm

    But the second part of this article in particular (I think the PDF was formated to be a chapter in a nice book) deals particularly with newer (or better presented) evidence supporting Burckle Crater as an impact site. The article is titled (sorry about the formatting.)

    Mega Tsunami of theWorld Oceans: Chevron Dune
    Formation,Micro-Ejecta, and Rapid Climate Change
    as the Evidence of Recent Oceanic Bolide Impacts
    Viacheslav Gusiakov, Dallas H. Abbott, Edward A. Bryant, W. Bruce Masse,
    and Dee Breger

    It too can be freely downloaded without registering or anything like that.

    https://academiccommons.columbia.edu/doi/10.7916/D84J0DWD

    (Non-Christian) Disaster and flood expert of North America Randal Carlson thought this was a major event.