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Asteroid that killed dinosaurs also caused GIANT tsunamis

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-07-16-asteroid-that-killed-dinosaurs-caused-giant-tsunamis.html

July 16, 2021 -

Scientists at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL) found these mega-ripples by means of seismic imaging carried out by a petroleum firm. They looked at soil 5,000 feet below the surface of central Louisiana and found the 50-feet-high ripples spaced half a mile apart. According to the scientists, these ripples were the imprint of the tidal waves that spread out from the asteroid's impact crater.

Furthermore, the UL scientists said the orientation of the ...

NASA successfully retrieves first asteroid samples from OSIRIS-REx spacecraft

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-10-05-nasa-retrieves-asteroid-samples-from-probe.html

October 05, 2023 -

The Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification and Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) probe was launched on Sept. 8, 2016, and traveled to the near-Earth asteroid known as Bennu.

OSIRIS-REx collected a sample of rocks and dust from the surface of this asteroid and then made the long journey back to Earth.

The OSIRIS-REx landed at 10:52 a.m. Eastern Time on Sept. 24 in a Department of Defense-managed targeted area at the Utah ...

Asteroid nearly collides with Earth in close call fly-by

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-24-asteroid-nearly-collides-earth-fly-by.html

August 24, 2020 -

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said that the path of 2020 QG was forever changed by the gravitational force of Earth. The asteroid is now traveling in space in a new trajectory since its close run-in.

"It's really cool to see a small asteroid come by this close because we can see the Earth's gravity dramatically bend its trajectory," said Paul Chodas, director of the Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) at NASA's Jet ...

Skyscraper-sized asteroid spotted near Earth deemed “potentially hazardous” by NASA

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-08-08-asteroid-spotted-near-earth-deemed-potentially-hazardous.html

August 08, 2023 -

Experts report that 2022 SF289 is 600-foot-wide (180 meters) and orbits close enough to Earth to be classified as a potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA). The asteroid 2022 SF289 is one of an estimated 2,300 similarly classed objects.

Potentially hazardous asteroids are near-Earth objects (NEOs) that are larger than 460 feet (140 meters) in diameter.

PHAs could come within 4.65 million miles (7.48 million km) of Earth, or roughly 20 times ...

Study: Asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs allowed flowers to grow on the planet

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-09-22-asteroid-wiped-out-dinosaurs-allowed-flowers-grow.html

September 22, 2023 -

Details of the study were published in the journal Biology Letters.

After an asteroid struck Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula 66 million years ago, Earth lost at least three-quarters of its species, along with all non-avian dinosaurs.

Experts call this devastating period the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) mass extinction event.

New modeling showed that, even amid widespread devastation, angiosperms or the major families of flowering plants were adaptable ...

Asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs may have created the Amazon rainforest, study suggests

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-04-16-asteroid-may-have-created-the-amazon-rainforest.html

April 16, 2021 - asteroid impact.How the Chicxulub impactor changed tropical rainforests

Carvalho and her team found that the type of vegetation comprising the continent's forests drastically changed. Before the crash, widely spaced conifers and ferns dominated the region and allowed high levels of sunlight to reach the ground. But after the asteroid struck, many species especially seed-bearing plants went extinct. In all, plant diversity declined by about 45 percent and recovered ...

Asteroid impact triggered the “impact winter” that likely killed dinosaurs 66 million years ago – study

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October 08, 2020 - According to a recent study, the asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago likely released an enormous amount of material into the atmosphere, leading to the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs and several other species. In their report, which was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, an international team of researchers examined sediment samples from the impact site, called the Chicxulub crater, in what is now the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, ...

Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs also cooled Earth’s climate; more proof temperatures have ebbed and flowed over eons

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-09-29-asteroid-that-killed-the-dinosaurs-also-cooled-earths-climate.html

September 29, 2018 -

That’s because researchers thought that the seven-mile wide asteroid hit the planet at a 90-degree angle when it struck 66 million years ago. Now, however, drilling expeditions at the crater of the asteroid near the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico indicate the hit came at an angle closer to 60 degrees.

The impact has long been known to have released a huge amount of energy in mere seconds, spurring global firestorms and tsunamis, strewing ...

Asteroid strike near New York City would kill 2.5 million people, reveals physics simulation based on NASA data

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-03-29-asteroid-strike-near-new-york-city-would-kill-2-5-million-people-reveals-physics-simulation-based-on-nasa-data.html

March 29, 2017 -

Currently, there are approximately more than 300,000 still-unidentified asteroids located too close to the Earth, which could cause extensive damage by crashing into the planet or exploding in the sky. Just this January alone, the University of Arizona's Catalina Sky Survey discovered a massive asteroid flew by Earth at about 50% the distance to the moon. The asteroid, dubbed  2017 AG13, was easily the size of a 10-story building at 15 to 34 meters ...

NASA asteroid deflection test accidentally creates a BOULDER SWARM that could impact the Earth with as much energy as the Hiroshima detonation

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-08-11-nasa-asteroid-crash-test-releases-boulder-storm.html

August 11, 2023 -

In September 2022, NASA conducted its first "planetary defense" experiment known as the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), with the goal of intentionally crashing a spacecraft into the asteroid known as Dimorphos in an attempt to change its trajectory.

NASA astronomers at the time concluded that the project was an amazing success, and Dimorphos' trajectory was changed slightly. The success of DART proved to scientists that there could be a way ...

Asteroids impacting Mars may explain where all the water came from

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-27-asteroid-impacts-may-explain-water-on-mars.html

July 27, 2019 - asteroid impacts. An asteroid produced massive amounts of super-heated rock and steam. (Related: Satellite images of Mars show valleys and trenches where ancient rivers once flowed.)Massive asteroid impacts may have provided enough heat for rain and flowing water on Mars

The Sorbonne research team ran computer simulations of Mars' climate and geology. They added asteroid impacts and evaluated the environmental effects.

"Using sophisticated ...

Climate professor Bill McGuire tweets that “culling” human population is only way to prevent a climate breakdown

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4 days ago - asteroid to strike and take out the world. He seems to be implying it, but he was never so direct like that and is now denying it. At the same time, he dug his own grave even deeper with his follow-up tweet about an asteroid impact.

Numerous people responded to his second tweet by stating that McGuire's language is suggestive that he wants a big catastrophe to happen in order for the planet to stay protected from melting due to emissions.

"I'm convinced ...

Climate fanatics unveil massive sky UMBRELLA scheme to block sunlight and “cool” planet

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-08-10-climate-fanatics-sky-umbrella-block-sunlight-warming.html

August 10, 2023 -

In order to do this, Szapudi wants to capture an asteroid and use it as a counterweight to hold the umbrella and intercept all of the sun's ultraviolet rays so they never reach the earth's surface.

Things would be really dark and cold in such a scenario, but at least it would never be warm again, warmth being something that climate fanatics everywhere fear like the plague and want to eliminate from the four corners of the earth.

Szapudi actually published ...

Subtle like a brick through a window – CIA outlet approves Donald Trump assassination

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-12-06-cia-outlet-approves-donald-trump-assassination.html

December 06, 2023 - asteroid crashing into North America a year from now, would we be content to hope that it wouldn’t? Or would we be taking every conceivable measure to try to stop it, including many things that might not work but that, given the magnitude of the crisis, must be tried anyway?

Will those who balked at resisting Trump when the risk was merely political oblivion suddenly discover their courage when the cost might be the ruin of oneself and one’s family? (more)

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Democrat Rep Sheila Jackson Lee tells students the moon is ‘made up mostly of gases’

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-04-12-sheila-jackson-lee-moon-made-of-gases.html

a month ago - asteroid strikes to make up such images as the "man on the moon." It has a very thin atmosphere, according to NASA.

In response to the controversy online, Jackson Lee posted that “Republicans are focused on stupid things,” and claimed that she misspoke.

Obviously I misspoke and meant to say the sun, but as usual, Republicans are focused on stupid things instead of stuff that really matters.

What can I say though, foolish thinkers lust for stupidity! https://t.co/ABGxUdRqF6

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Experts discover “terror beast” fossils in Greenland that are over half a BILLION years old

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-01-12-terror-beast-fossils-greenland-billion-years-old.html

January 12, 2024 -

Data from the preserved fossils revealed that the underwater creature had a giant jaw and dominated the seas more than 500 million years ago. The research team found the fossils of the newfound species of carnivorous worm Timorebestia koprii (T. koprii) or "terror beast" in northern Greenland.

Details of the study were published in the journal Science Advances.Terror beasts existed during the early Cambrian period

Researchers said the terror beast existed during ...

Study reveals that 71% of Americans DON’T TRUST the U.S. government to save them in DOOMSDAY scenarios

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-10-16-study-americans-dont-trust-govt-doomsday-scenarios.html

October 16, 2023 - asteroid impacts. It was established in 1974 by the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, including Albert Einstein. The closer its hands are to midnight, the closer humans are presumed to be to a doomsday scenario.

Based on its latest adjustment, which usually happens annually in January, humanity is now just 90 seconds away from midnight. The clock, moving forward by 10 seconds, is the closest humans have ever been to nuclear annihilation....


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