The Hopi Indians who live in that area have legends about the meteor's impact.Since they would have been living in the area at the time to have observed and passed on a tradition of the event for posterity, that would limit the impact to less than 10,000 years ago.An Asteroid labled 2012-tc-4 will supposedly miss the earth by 4000 miles on October 12,13 of 2017 . If that asteroid hit earth the damage would depend on several factors: speed of entry, does it hit on land or sea, angle of penetration at impact, size and weight of material, type of material in the rock, and whether the material is solid or loosely held together.Consider an asteroid YU55 which came near the earth in 2011.Asteroids are usually referred to as being a solid rock from outer space whereas comets are usually a mixture of ice and rock and typically burn up before hitting the earth.In 1907 a large something from outer space destroyed thousands of acres of forest in Tunguska.click here to see the profile of the bottom of the lake!Whats at the bottom might be shattered rocks or impact melt or maybe a piece of meteorite.
Since that is the case if in fact these dinosaurs died as a result of the asteroid hit at Chicxulub then the asteroid hit also only thousands of years ago!The really disturbing conclusion is that civilization destroying bolides such as these have happened not millions of years ago but thousands of years ago. We agree with Dallas Abbott that dangerous meteors have struck the earth in recent times and that the governments of the world should be aware of this fact."We encourage people to review her information at The sky is falling.Somewhere in the Indian ocean is thought to be where the giant asteroid struck that produced this giant wave.
More shocking is the fact that the microfossils in this sediment were dated to less than 7,000 years ago.
National Geographic reports that scientist Dallas Abbott from Columbia University has been gathering data and announcing for the past ten years that a giant tsunami deposited ocean floor sediment on Madigascar.