Hi all, good to get back.
I'm in debt on electric space theories but I'm a little curious about that new findings regarding asteroid impact as not the dinossaurs extinction cause and I would like to share some thoughts and to speculate a little about this topic.
I will try to explain now what I intend to bring up here till the end of this week. For decades, we thought that a big asteroid impacted to Earth 65 millions years ago and causes the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction. This should trigger a lot of other natural devastations, like earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions. But, according to new researches made by Gerta Keller shows that the impact didn't killed the dinossaurs, even the ones on the area where the asteroid collided.
Nowadays, the Torino Impact scale is used to determine how much energy an impact would cause to the Earth. But I'm on serious doubt about how this would be useful, because, tks to Gerta Keller, we know that even that big asteroid colliding with Earth was not strong enough to create massive earthquakes, tsunamis or volcanic eruptions, because even the species around the impact zone didn't died. So, what to expect from next big objects flying around outer space? Is they really so dangerous? If not, what cosmic force killed the dinossaurs so quick and so devastating?
Due to some reading I'm doing since I'm remember my name, I knew that some very important ancient cultures like Indians, Chineses, Hebrews, Latins, Mayans, Babylons and probably Japaneses had changed their calendars almost in same time. Sure I will bring sources for this statement I'm doing and I will post it till the end of this week as I said before, BUT I want to discuss a very single question with you guys: why would such cultures changes their so-sacred millenar calendars at same time if the astronomical observations never changed since mankind came to the surface of the Earth? Also, if something big enough to change astronomical observations some hundreds of thousand of years ago happened, and they had to change their calendars due to that, wasn't be more important to research what kind of event happened on that time (through Hebrew bible and some other old documents, like the ones from Chinese Empire that they have to had) and to prepare for future events instead on looking for rocks in outerspace?
I guess we can speculate a lot, since nobody knows what killed the dinossaurs and we are the next on the list !
Tks and regards!
ps: Jokes are welcome!