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Possible 2nd Crater Under Greenland Ice

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NASA Finds Possible Second Impact Crater Under Greenland Ice

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A NASA glaciologist has discovered a possible second impact crater buried under more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland.

This follows the finding, announced in November 2018, of a 19-mile-wide crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier – the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered under Earth’s ice sheets. Though the newly found impact sites in northwest Greenland are only 114 miles apart, at present they do not appear to have formed at the same time.

If the second crater, which has a width of over 22 miles, is ultimately confirmed as the result of a meteorite impact, it will be the 22nd largest impact crater found on Earth.

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Here is a link to the thread on the first discovery: Huge Crater Discovered in Greenland.

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Raptor Witness

It’s looking more and more likely that we pass through some sort of galactic debris field way more frequently than we ever imagined.

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8 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

It’s looking more and more likely that we pass through some sort of galactic debris field way more frequently than we ever imagined.

No it doesn't.

It is quite obvious from the images of the moon and other planets that impacts were frequent in the past. This was a by-product of the formation processes that created the planets in the first place.

It's just that the active weather and geology of Earth have erased most ot the evidence here.

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Raptor Witness

The number of younger events is growing.

It could also be something destabilizes the astroid belt, on occasion.

Periodic species killers are the norm, and we are very fragile, both in terms of our anatomy, and our civilization. 

The mammalian vermin are the most likely to survive. Anything that can feed on the scraps of the larger, dead animals.

Rev. 6:13 - “and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind.”

 

 

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