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12,900 Year Old Nanodiamonds Found in North America

By Robert J. Korpella

First posted on 01-02-2009


Tiny particles of diamond dust dating back 12,900 years ago have been discovered at six North American sites, including one in the Ozarks. The scientific team that made the discovery says the presence of the diamonds provides strong evidence of an Earth impact with a rare swarm of carbon and water rich comets.

The nanodiamonds, weighing in at just 10 to 2,700 parts per billion, can be produced under high pressure, high temperature conditions and have been discovered in meteorites. The nanodiamonds found in North America were discovered concentrated in similarly aged sediments in Bull Creek, Oklahoma (near Vinita) as well as in Murray Springs, Arizona, Gainey, Michigan, Topper, South Carolina, Lake Hind, Manitoba and Chobot, Alberta.

“These discoveries provide strong evidence for a cosmic impact event at approximately 12,900 years ago that would have had enormous environmental consequences for plants, animals and humans across North America,” said University of Oregon archaeologist Douglas J. Kennett, who was a member of the original research team.

Scientists speculate that this cosmic impact may have been the event that led to the extinction of a large number of animal species, including mammoths. They also belive the event may have affected prehistoric humans known as the Clovis culture, which is considered to have run between 13,200 and 12,900 years ago.

Comments:

a) Immanuel Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision - 3600 years ago: “A comet pasing sufficiently close, would raise the waters of the oceans miles high… the Chinese annals… the water of the ocean was heaped up and cast upon the continent of Asia… The traditions of the people of Peru… the ocean left the shore and with a terrible din broke over the continent… The rain of meteorites and fire from the sky, the clouds of dust of exogenous origin that drifted low, and the displacement of the world quarters created the impression that the sky had collapsed… The Talmud and other ancient rabbinical sources tell of great disturbances in the solar movement at the time of the Exodus and the Passage of the Red Sea… The ancient people of Mexico reffered to a world age that came to its end… Strabo relates, in the name of Ptolemaeus, the son of Lagus, a general of Alexander and founder of the Egyptian dynasty called by his name, that the Celti who lived on the shores of the Adriatic were asked by Alexander what it was they most feared, to which they replied that they feared no one, but only that the sky might collapse”:
http://cristiannegureanu.blogspot.com/2008/10/eris-red-planet-and-world-in-collision.html
b) The ESA-NASA Ulysses Probe and Planet X / Nibiru;
http://cristiannegureanu.blogspot.com/2008/12/esa-nasa-ulysses-probe-and-planet-x.html
c) Hollywood, The Pentagon and NASA: ‘When Worlds Collide’
http://cristiannegureanu.blogspot.com/2009/01/hollywood-pentagon-and-nasa-when-worlds.html

By Coco on January 03, 2009 - 10:47 pm

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