Evidently “nature” is a heck of a lot stronger than “man”. This is a lesson Global Warming freaks need to learn, quickly. Case in point, well, it now looks like a massive comet blew up in the atmosphere over North America, basically wipping out the Clovis civilization. It also caused the near EXTINCTION of such critters as the wolly mammouth, mastodon, sabre-toothed cat, giant cloth, giant armadillo, American camel, and the American lion.
Liberals have been so busy brain-washing the whole world as to the evils of man that they just don’t like to pay attention to the fact that “humans” are puny when compared to the forces of nature. Evidently that “Higher Power” – God – who is in charge of live, the universe, and everything, has other ideas.
The way we now know that a comet took out all those now extinct creatures, along with the Clovis Culture. This should be a lesson to all of us.
About those diamonds: Maybe it’s more about Diamonds being forever?
“…Abundant tiny particles of diamond dust exist in sediments dating to 12,900 years ago at six North American sites, adding strong evidence for Earth’s impact with a rare swarm of carbon-and-water-rich comets or carbonaceous chondrites, reports a nine-member scientific team.
These nanodiamonds, which are produced under high-temperature, high-pressure conditions created by cosmic impacts and have been found in meteorites, are concentrated in similarly aged sediments at Murray Springs, Ariz., Bull Creek, Okla., Gainey, Mich., and Topper, S.C., as well as Lake Hind, Manitoba, and Chobot, Alberta, in Canada. Nanodiamonds can be produced on Earth, but only through high-explosive detonations or chemical vaporization.
Last year a 26-member team from 16 institutions proposed that a cosmic impact event, possibly by multiple airbursts of comets, set off a 1,300-year-long cold spell known as the Younger Dryas, fragmented the prehistoric Clovis culture and led to the extinction of a large range of animals, including mammoths, across North America. The team’s paper was published in the Oct. 9, 2007, issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences….”