Exploring abrupt climate change and pandemic induced by comets and asteroids during human history

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  1. Thanks for a good read.

    Australia has as much airburst geo-morphology as central. Mexico. It’s a little more weathered. Bur it’s there all right.

    When the rest of the world starts looking seriously at the fact that very large airbursts don’t make craters. But they most certainly leave their mark. And they begin to understand the planetary scarring of large geo-ablative airburst storm events. They’ll see that the Earth has as many large, geologically recent, impact scars as any other planet in this shooting gallery of a solar system.

    Only a very small percentage of those scars are craters. The rest are the scars of geo-ablative airbursts.

    If the Aboriginal people remember more impact events than we can find craters to account for, believe them. And trust that they have good reason to fear such things.

  2. prospective air burst geoablative craters in SW Australia

    -34.465334 116.665435 Lake Muir
    10.4 km SN, .171 elevation,
    3.8 km S of S end is .244 km el, 73 m higher,
    ground photo on N end,
    “Lake Muir on Muir Highway to Mount Barker”

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CBkQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dec.wa.gov.au%2Fpdf%2Fnational_parks%2Fwetlands%2Ffact_sheets%2Fmuir_byenup1.doc&ei=_VJzTPb6AobWtQP87rmyDQ&usg=AFQjCNGTcVbOdZH8QncS5J-zxU7t-ffFog&sig2=xWfQs2mm-OR9UW6euwE6Zg
    Lake Muir info, MS doc file

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CBkQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dec.wa.gov.au%2Fpdf%2Fnational_parks%2Fwetlands%2Ffact_sheets%2Fmuir_byenup1.doc&ei=_VJzTPb6AobWtQP87rmyDQ&usg=AFQjCNGTcVbOdZH8QncS5J-zxU7t-ffFog&sig2=xWfQs2mm-OR9UW6euwE6Zg
    Lake Muir geology, 4 pages,

    THE LAKE MUIR-UNICUP CATCHMENT
    CLARIFYING THE GEOLOGY 2006
    Margaret G. Smith 1 and Roger W. Hearn 2
    1 Environmental Inorganic Geochemistry Group Curtin University of
    Technology, Bentley
    GPO Box U 1987, Perth, WA 6845
    2 Department of Environment and Conservation, Brain St. Manjimup, WA, 6258

    -34.197379 117.661038 Racecourse Lake, shallow oval lake,
    .237 km elevation, 21 m deeper than .258 km elevation
    about .6 km to W, many other oval lakes

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