or Planet X?
1) An asteroid impact is a hypothetical explanation for whale bones found on mountain tops, hundreds of miles inland, and folklore reports of gigantic tidal waves. This of course falls in line with the current hype designed to get funding for a reactivated Star Wars, which has nothing to do with nuclear defense and everything to do with putting up an offensive against Planet X. Thus, the horror of Near Earth Objects is trotted out, and movies such as Armageddon are promoted, so the public will put their money behind a defense. The asteroid impact explanation cannot hold against the evidence, unless the evidence is sliced into such tiny bits that the whole is not considered.
2) How would an asteroid impact cause the oceans of the world to drop 16-20 feet within the last 3,500 years, such that water polished stones are above the tide line worldwide? This would require an asteroid impact that affected, evenly, the oceans worldwide, and created waves that washed the stones for years, to coincide with the evidence.
3) How would an asteroid impact cause the Earth's crust to shift such that Mastodons which had only moments before been munching on green grass found themselves in the polar circle and were flash frozen and preserved in that state for the next few thousand years?
4) How would an asteroid impact cause magnetic resonance to be strongest approximately 2,000 years ago, per human recording, yet be diminishing since that point such that it is estimated that within another 1,250 years there will be no magnetic field on Earth, at the current rate?
If the Moon were to drop into the Pacific, would a resulting wave deposit whales on mountain tops? Indeed, and more than that would be found in the mountains, but the evidence does not line up with such an occurrence during the last few thousand years. This is a whole world cataclysm, affecting all aspects of the physical world, and this is not addressed by the false claim that asteroid impacts have caused the evidence left by the periodic passages of Planet X.
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Return of Planet X, 2003 Video Clip -