Carolina Bays were made by a thunderbolt?

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Carolina Bays were made by a thunderbolt?

Unread post by heretic5 » Tue Apr 22, 2008 3:27 pm
offers a report about what they call a "nuke" over North America about 14,500 years ago.
A look at the photo of the so-called "Carolina Bays" shows what looks like craters from an electric discharge, yes?

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Re: Carolina Bays were made by a thunderbolt?

Unread post by polarityparadox » Thu Apr 24, 2008 1:13 am

based on their elliptical shape i would say that these actually were caused by a HUGE :o meteor shower
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