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About JusDennis

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  1. As for as the papers themselves, This thing won't let me post links yet. But if you do a search of either one of the titles. it'll take you right to them. Merged post follows: Consecutive posts merged Now those are the words of a small mind. I don't recall posting any creationist drivel. And who said anything about the appalachians?
  2. Denigrate /ˈdɛnɪˌgreɪt/ [den-i-greyt] –verb (used with object), -grat⋅ed, -grat⋅ing. 1. to speak damagingly of; criticize in a derogatory manner; sully; defame: to denigrate someone's character. 2. to treat or represent as lacking in value or importance; belittle; disparage: to denigrate someone's contributions to a project. But you didn't mean it that way right? Read the research. Look at the images. Let's keep personality out of it.
  3. herer's one of the pictures: Keep in mind that I am not calling this a crater. Those are blast effects. not impact/cratering effects.
  4. No my friend it isn't imaginary like the "faces on mars". I didn't come here looking for personal and insulting opinions about the quality of my eyesight, my level of inteligence, rationality, or the power of my imagination. I started this thread seeking intelligent, dispassionate, scientific discussion about a theory in a public science forum. If you don't want to make the effort to read the research papers and look closely at the images described please do us all a favor and keep your rude opinions and denigrating comments to yourself.
  5. There has been much research published lately that describes, in detail, an explosion that wiped out North America 12,900 years ago. But where did it happen? The answer is that the site of the Pleistocene/Holocene comet impact event some have described has been right under our feet all along. But the stupendous size of the thing is almost beyond comprehension. And that is why we never realized what we were standing on. And until we saw Shoemaker-Levy 9 hit Jupiter, it would have been incomprehensible that such a thing could possibly happen at all. The story of finding it is a lot like th
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