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Re: Theories on the extinction of dinosaurs



Jim,....it`s too hard to argue with you...8^). You know more about it than I
do. All I have is a hunch. When I read up more on it, maybe I`ll come back
with some credible reasons for why I don`t think the oceans boiled. I
haven`t found anything yet on the internet that explains  how these figures
are arrived at, but,...there`s still a lot of sites left to check out. If
anyone has some refs. to suggest, I`d like to know. and when I find out....

...I`ll be baak
-----Original Message-----
From: James R. Cunningham <jrccea@bellsouth.net>
To: Larry Febo <larryf@capital.net>; dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Wednesday, November 17, 1999 10:59 AM
Subject: Re: Theories on the extinction of dinosaurs


>From memory, total quantity of  iridium isn't all that great.  In what
>qualitative range would you place the speed?
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>Larry Febo wrote:
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>> It couldn`t be very small because of all that Iridium. That`s what got it
>> noticed in the first place. So,...I`d opt for very large at slower speed.
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