New evidence of dinosaur-killing asteroid

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Quote:... the asteroid caused wildfires and tsunamis after hitting with the impact of 10 billion WWII-era atomic bombs. [...] But no sulfur was found in the core of the impact crater -- meaning around 325 billion metric tons of sulfur was released into the atmosphere that day. This destroyed Earth's existing climate, blocking out the sun and causing a global cooling period that caused the "mass extinction" of the dinosaurs.

Mega inferno, brimstone atmosphere, and angry scaled demons eking out their final days. So that's where it's at: Not underground, or Venus, but a label pasted on an unrepentant butt and shipped to 66 million years ago. (Get the frozen over part eventually, too.)
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