Did DINOSAURS beat the man? Bones from giant reptiles were sent into space when the extinction event — the asteroid — sank into the Earth 66 million years ago, scientists claim
- An excerpt from ‘The End of the World’ by Peter Brannon shared on Twitter
- It describes the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaur 66 million years ago.
- Asteroid ‘perforates the hole of outer space vacuum in the atmosphere’
- The debris was ejected from the impact being mixed with dinosaur bones.
- Keeping this in mind, scientists say that there are probably bones on the moon.
Although Neil Armstrong was the first human to step on the moon in 1967, dinosaurs may have defeated them 66 million years ago – or at least by fragments of prehistoric creatures.
The claim stems from Peter Brannon’s 2017 book ‘The End of the World’, which was recently shared on Twitter by blogger Matt austin.
An excerpt describes the violent asteroid as it rips ‘holes of outer space vacuum into the atmosphere’.
It sent debris into orbit and ‘bits of dinosaurs’ were amassed over vast amounts of Earth, which spread into space – all of them settled on the Moon.
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Peter Brannon’s 2017 book ‘The End of the World’ suggests an asteroid that erases dinosaurs that carry debris into space with the bones of flying dinosaurs – all of which were settled on the moon
When it came to Barbeling in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, experts say the devastation that took place at a ‘fatal possible angle’ crashed.
Brannon, an award-winning science journalist, writes that the asteroid was larger than Mount Everest and crashed 20 times faster than the atmosphere than a rapid-fire bullet.
“It is so fast that it will tell the distance of the ground from the ground height of 747 in 0.3 seconds.”
The book contains comments from geophysicist Mario Riboldo at the Centro de Investigasson who told Brannon: ‘The pressure of the atmosphere in front of the asteroid started to dig up the crater before it got there.’
A fraction describes the violent asteroid as it intensifies the ‘holes of outer space vacuum in the atmosphere’. It sent debris into orbit and the ‘bits of dinosaurs’ were amassed over vast amounts of Earth, which spread into space – all of them settled on the Moon
‘Then, when the meteorite touched Zero, it was completely intact. It was so big that even the atmosphere was not built on it. ‘
The book states that this scene, seen 66 million years ago, was nowhere in Hollywood films that usually showed a spectacular ball of fire in the sky.
Brannan explains, “As the asteroid collided with the Earth, the rock above it was supposed to be air, the rock pierced the outer space vacuum hole in the atmosphere.” ”
‘As the sky raced to close this hole, massive amounts of earth were expelled into orbit – all under one effect or another.’
“So there are probably small pieces of dinosaur bones on the moon,” Brannon asks.
And Ribolido responds: ‘Yes, maybe.’
Although the book was published recently on Twitter in 2017 blogger Matt Austin, excerpts
Although there is no evidence to support the claims in ‘The End of the World’, scientists are able to simultaneously reveal the events that unfolded.
The asteroid left a 120-mile-wide crater in the disaster area, vaporized the rock and sent billions of tons of sulfur and carbon dioxide into the prehistoric sky.
All living things within hundreds of miles of the impact site would have been deactivated within minutes.
In the meantime, the dust cloud generated by the impact would have blocked the sun – presumably a ‘nuclear winter’ would begin and temperatures would have dropped, sky-high acid rain and 75 percent of living species would have been wiped out.
“It felt like the land under your feet had become a ship in the middle of the ocean,” said Mark Richards, professor of earth and space science at the University of Washington.
‘Then the rocks must have bombarded you from the boiling sky which was beginning with a misty glow. It seemed that the world would end. ‘
DINOSAURS may give additional exemption even after the age of 66
Dinosaurs ruled and dominated Earth about 66 million years ago, before they were suddenly extinct.
The Cretaceous – Tertiary deletion event is the name given to this mass deletion.
For many years, it was believed that the changing climate destroyed the food chain of giant reptiles.
In the 1980s, paleontologists discovered a layer of iridium.
It is an element that is rare on Earth, but is found in large quantities in space.
When it was dated, it occurred at the exact same time that the dinosaurs disappeared from the fossil record.
A decade later, scientists uncovered a massive chitxbul crater at the tip of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, which is related to the period in question.
Scientific consensus now states that these two factors are linked and that they were both likely due to the crash of a huge asteroid on Earth.
With the estimated size and impact velocity, the collision would cause a much larger blow-wave and potentially trigger seismic activity.
The fallout may have created piles of ash that probably covered the entire planet and made it impossible for dinosaurs to survive.
Other animal and plant species had a shorter time-span between generations that allowed them to survive.
There are many other theories as to the demise of famous animals.
One early theory was that small mammals ate dinosaur eggs and another proposed that poisonous angiosperms (flowering plants) kill them.