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Re: Meteor May Not Have Destroyed Dinosaurs Afterall?
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Elton>> I recall a "fact" that the Meteor Crater impact released
such a thermal blast that "all life" (sic) within a 800 mile diameter was
I can't seem to find my little "brochure" about meteor crater when I visited
it last, but it seems to me that the region of "all life" that was killed
from the thermal blast covered a diameter of 75 miles or 200 miles...I can't
remember which? Perhaps neither, but I don't think it was 800 miles?
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