66 million years after the K-T Boundary Impact Event; 2 of 2: "The more comets you have passing through the inner Solar System, the more likely that one will hit the Earth." Milky-Way-scale mass extinction events: 1 of 2: Jonti Horner. University of South

from  The John Batchelor Show

Jan 26, 2020

Photo: Pingualuit crater in Nunavik, northern Quebec, Canada, looking west. It contains a lake named Lake Pingualuk.NASA. Courtesy of Denis Sarrazin. - http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=79743&src=eoa-iotd Public Domain File:Pingualuit aerial 2007.jpg http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contacthttp://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedulesTwitter: @BatchelorShow66 million years after the K-T Boundary Impact Event; 2 of 2: "The more comets you have passing through the inner Solar System, t...more

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