Did the dinosaurs precede the human to the moon?


Although Neil Armstrong was the first human to set foot on the moon in 1967, dinosaurs may have preceded him 66 million years ago – or at least prehistoric creatures that did.

In this context, the British “Daily Mail” website wrote an article translated by “Voice of Beirut International” website, in which it stated …

The claim stems from Peter Brennan’s 2017 book, “The End of the World,” which was recently shared on Twitter by blogger Matt Austin.

An excerpt from the book describes the violent meteor making “a hole in the void of outer space in the atmosphere.”

This debris, caused by a meteor impact, may have been mixed by “parts of dinosaurs” in addition to the enormous size of the Earth that flew into space – and all settled on the moon.

The catastrophic meteor collided, say experts, at “the fiercest possible angle” in what is now the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

Brannen, an award-winning science journalist, wrote that the meteorite was larger than Mount Everest and that crashing through the atmosphere was 20 times faster than a speeding bullet.

“This is so fast that it would have traveled from the height of the 747 to the ground in 0.3 seconds,” the book says.

The book includes comments from geophysicist Mario Ribolido of the Centro de Investigación who told Branin: “The pressure of the atmosphere in front of the meteorite began to dig the crater before it got there.”

“Then, when the meteorite hit the Earth, he was completely intact. It was so huge that the atmosphere didn’t even scratch it. ”

The book says that the scene that occurred 66 million years ago was not even close to what we see in Hollywood movies, which usually show a wonderful ball of fire shining light across the sky.

“When the asteroid collided with the Earth, in the sky above it where there should have been air, the rock had made a hole out of the void of outer space in the atmosphere,” Brannen explains.

“As the heavens rushed to close this hole, massive amounts of Earth were expelled into orbit and beyond – all within a second or two of the collision.”

Brennan asked, “Is it possible that there are small fragments of dinosaur bones on the moon?”
Ribolido replied, “Yes, probably.”

Although there is no evidence to support the claims made in the book “The End of the World,” scholars have been able to piece together the events.

The asteroid left a 120-mile-wide crater in the disaster area, as the rocks evaporated and sent billions of tons of sulfur and carbon dioxide into the prehistoric sky.

All living creatures hundreds of miles from the collision site would have been burned within minutes.

At the same time, the dust cloud resulting from the collision obscured the sun, which is likely to lead to the “nuclear winter” and its attendant low temperatures, acid rain from the sky and the elimination of 75% of living creatures.

“It was like feeling that the ground under your feet had become a ship in the middle of the ocean,” said Mark Richards, a professor of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington.

Then the rocks would fall from the boiling sky that began to take on a hazy glow. As if it was the end of the world.


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