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Super Volcanoes on Mars

23 September 2021

Sent in by Gary- www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10009433/ … ancient Mars was dotted with thousands of massive super volcanoes discovered after scientists mistook their extinct calderas as craters from extraterrestrial impacts. They also looked at the walls of canyons  and craters from the  calderas to determine that the ash was still in the same place as if the eruption had recently happened. Earlier this year, researchers said some volcanoes on Mars may still be active.

At www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/03/190329144223.htm … a 66 million year old death bed linked to the dinosaur killing meteor. The fossil site is in North Dakota and contains animals and plants that were killed and buried within an hour of the asteroid strike. This is said to be the richest K/T boundary site ever found, incorporating insects, fish, mammals, dinosaurs, and plants living during the Late Cretaceous period – mixed with tektites and rock created and scattered by the impact explosion. Rather than a tsunami wave from the Caribbean, where the crater is located, it is assumed the so called inland sea was intact and the water came from that [running up central North America]. However, it did involve a huge wall of water tossing freshwater fish from rivers, thousands of them. These included sturgeon and paddlefish. Fish were stacked one on top of the other and mixed in with burnt tree trunks, conifer branches, dead mammals, mosasaur bones, insects, the partial carcass of a triceratops, marine organisms [with an origin in the sea] as well as ammonites and cephalopods. This is the Hell Creek formation if you want to look it up.

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