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The Day A Meteor Hits The Earth 65 million years ago something hit the Earth Something big The locationYucatan Peninsula Mexico When it hit the Earth was left in extreme devastation Literally tons of rock and dust were blasted high into the atmosphere blocking out the suns rays According to NASA scientists plant and animal life were virtually wiped out because the earth went into a global freeze Except for the occasional streak of lighting the sky was as black as death Raging wild fires spread uncontrollably through grasslands and forests By the end 90yes 90 of the worlds biomass was burned and two thirds of the worlds species was killed off The once flourishing Earth now was a barren wasteland As you have probably guessed a meteor was responsible for all of this When it hit the meteor formed a crater 186 miles wide This rock 6 to 12 miles in diameter has been linked to the extinction of dinosaurs Now the question comes up will this happen to us I am here to prove to you that it is not a matter of if this will happen but when In the United States there is a crater that in located in central Arizona 50000 years agoa meteor struck this site It created a crater 300 feet deep and a little less then one mile across NASA scientists determined the meteor was no longer than 100 feet in diameter In a more recent event a huge detonation flattened an area equal to the size of Rhode Island The year was 1908 in a remote location in Serbia called Tunguska NASA scientists have said the explosion was even stronger then the combined atomic weapons dropped on Japan in World War II In many countries in Western Europe an unusual orange glow was seen in the late night sky The area was so remote that scientists did not reach it for 19 years When they
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