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 Wrong about Mexico's subterranean rivers
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snuggels

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Posted - 28 Feb 2012 :  22:58:18  Show Profile
I recently stated that Mexico only had subterranean rivers This was wrong It only applies to the Yucatan Quinton Roo peninsular Why because this is where 65 million years ago a masive meteorite hit the earth apparently creating a tsunami 2000 meters high and thru in to space 27 cubic miles of debris starting the last ice age and killing of the dinosaurs and 80% of life on earth The meteorite penetrated the earths crust by 8 miles and created the fissures that are the underground rivers to day All over Yucatan are sink holes where the land has given way where today you can abseil swim or take a canoe into the underground caverns Wonderful

The biggest bang in modern day history was not Mount St Helens or Pompey but Krakatau where the whole island disappeared and sent a tsunami around the world 3 times Krakatau is again emerging from the sea ummmm makes ya think
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