- Japan earthquake and tsunami: live 11 Mar 2011
- Vast quake a shock even in country used to tremors 11 Mar 2011
- The deadliest tremors in the last 100 years 11 Mar 2011
Dinosaurs roamed the earth some 300 million years ago to about 65million years ago.* Sidenote, Humans roamed from civilizations that traveled out of West Africa to Iraq, nearly 2 million years ago.
Dinosaurs died in massive event. Proof is in rock layers with indications of high levels of meteor particles. Well, same elements are created when something enters earth’s atmosphere: such as meteors, the falling-star looking events that happen daily. Yet in sedimentary rocks, it shows these elements just as timelines of earth’s events; comparable to rings in a tree or digging up earth for artifacts in dirt layers. Now the site of this event exists as a large crater in Mexico, in the Yucatan Pennisula. I made fireball, but could it be anything that entered from the heavens.
Inside this crater, researchers have dated it to 65 million years ago in the extinction of dinosaurs. The earth life was rebuilt, as humans began innovation of tools & growing communication. I study this as this happened a few times, like the great flood, the ice age, development of complex marine life, etc..if i trust these scientist, but seems to hold some insight. Earth replenished each time with something better, we are just the current design, i guess, but when will another event impact earth & will we survive it, lol #justsaying
Hurricane Katrina’s landfall is located 600 miles north of this crater. It is marked by light-blue line(path) on map below.300 miles is halfway and appears on my image below as yellow star, just looking so perfectly fit in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. I also placed indicators of the oil spill’s impact of the current month & site of BP spill and Haiti earthquake which is further, but couldn’t ignore leaving it off.
This just was very coincidental, and made me feel like Nicholas Cage in some new adventure movie. I have found myself last year researching alot, just being analytical as I always loved a variety of interests or fields of study. I’m not scientist or expert, lol, i just like to engage knowledge, so if i’m offtrack or going too far, just lemme know 😉 To continue, I’ve seen earthquakes rise in recent years and never forgot about the 80’s / 90’s California earthquakes, which looked scary as a kid on bridges & overpasses cracking! I have been interested in the changing times, like economy and technology that is much different from past traditions that lasted decades or even centuries. So with my lifetime in a life-changing era, I look at the last 10 years and say DAYUM, lol. Even from 70’s rock n roll to 80’s individualistic society to 90’s up to y2k…these were some complex years but seem fun & changing. Now technology comes & will launch a new era. I think its so ironic we have a recession to slow economy, which will slow technology growth that could really get out of hand. This is life, I guess im looking into it kinda deep, but maybe i’ll find something…just thought i’d share & use social media for open discussion or give my notes up.
Im not a researcher, but a techie kinda guy, so here are links of some supporting facts:
Filed under: Twitter Trending Topics, weather | Tagged: 2010, alabama, big bang theory, bp oil spill, brazil, dinosaurs, earthquakes, evolution, florida, gulf, gulf of mexico, haiti, hurricane katrina, images, life changing events, louisiana, maps, mexico, mississippi, nerd, new orleans, pensacola, photos, pics, revelations, science, texas, theory, twitter, Yucatan | 2 Comments »
UPDATED: JUN 18th
Learn more about the Oil Spill. View ticker of the amount of oil leaked into the Gulf. Plus a great Google Maps overlay to show the spreading troubles of this disaster. Please checkout Google’s dedicated page at:
ROLL MOUSE OVER or CLICK, great source
JOIN THE BP BOYCOTT on Facebook! click here & please invite to build the network!
What is BP doing about this mess? See a dedicated website with info and facts about the Gulf coast disaster. This includes photos, videos, and news updates of BP’s response to the spill.
VIEW THE LIVE WEBCAM of OIL SPILL
click here for Live Feed of cleanup
Chat by Twitter or embed into your website: click here
Filed under: Twitter Trending Topics, weather | Tagged: 2010, beaches, biggest disaster, bp, charts, cleanup, effects, environment, epa, exxon, fishing, google maps, gulf of mexico, jindal, live feed, louisiana, may, news, obama, oil spill, opinion, review, speech, statistics, updates, usa, valdez, video, wildlife | 6 Comments »