Aquatank wrote:Only one problem with that paleontological evidence places Antarctica at over 245 million years old.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 232647.htm
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... dinos.html
Your article should say 'asteroid creates Antartic ice sheet'.
Its strike coincided with a sharp fall in global temperatures which in turn preceded the formation of the Antarctic ice sheet.
Antarctica at over 245 million years old.
Aquatank wrote:Actually I was working from the supposition from title that the impact in Siberia caused a shockwave that resulted in a mantel magma spew that form Antarctica was wrong, when I read the title. That I knew to be wrong since the land mass preexisted impact. So all I'm saying is the article's title is wrong, and one actually must read the article to know they're only talking about ice.
one actually must read the article
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