Oldest known asteroid strike may have ended Ice Age

Oldest known asteroid strike may have ended Ice Age

Scientists claim to have discovered the world’s oldest asteroid crater in Western Australia, one that may have ended the Ice Age. A team of scientists from Curtin University said the Yarrabubba strike happened 2.2 billion years ago and is around half as old as the Earth. The believe the strike released huge volumes of water vapor into the atmosphere, which may have lifted earth out of a freeze.

Kathy
Kathy
TheMadDane
TheMadDane 1 months

HOW DARE YOU! The OG global warmer.

bobby_5150
bobby_5150 1 months

Which ice age?

MGTOW Man
MGTOW Man 1 months

Oh shit! Ban all water!

Timmeh, Little Loud
Timmeh, Little Loud 1 months

We need an asteroid tax so this can never happen again people.

david dindu
david dindu 1 months

if we ban asteroids our climate would be cooler and no global warming

Dave
Dave 1 months

I wonder if Greta has considered one to solve the current climate crisis?

Tim
Tim 1 months

So... it's easy. we can asteroids and global warming is over. cool.

Edmond_Dantes
Edmond_Dantes 1 months

Cool

tim
tim 1 months

We need one to end global warming

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