"A 28-million-year-old comet that collided with Earth over Egypt, killing all signs of life in its path has been identified by a team of scientists. The discovery is the first evidence of a comet striking Earth. New research published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters reveals how the comet entered Earth’s atmosphere over Egypt, exploding and heating up the sand to a sweltering 3,632 degrees Fahrenheit. What remained became a 2,316 square mile area of yellow silica glass in the Sahara Desert known as Libyan Desert Glass -- a remnant of which was found in Tutankhamun’s brooch." - First Evidence of Comet Striking Earth 28 Million Years Ago - International Business Times
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Comet ISON Could Be God's Judgment Forthcoming
Comet ISON's activity's picking up and is nothing like the last comet visitation in 1997, this one has a lot of debris already showing up in our skies. This video shows some of these debris as well as the path of the comet and potential scenarios that may affect earth.
Meanwhile, the timing's mysterious of a study being released related to the discovery of an ancient comet impact 28 million years ago.
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