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November 14, 2007

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Jenkoul

(re-cue ominous music) Lake Cheko could not be an impact crater from the Tunguska Event, since contemporary eyewitness accounts show that the lake was there long before 1908.

Check out: http://www.vurdalak.com/askjack/askjack_q06.htm

Bryan Alexander

Thank you for that critique, Jenkoul. And thanks for the link to the Vurdulak site!

Do you know if there's a good article with this stuff summarized, "A bevy of scientists — including NASA’s David Morrison, Gareth Collins at Imperial College, London, and Benny Peiser, from Liverpool’s John Moores University"?

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