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> Phil, a simplistic recitation on your part that you _believe_ that
> the K-T has only one "real" spike that has been reworked is not good
> enough. You must back up your contention with hard data from the K-T
> transition geobiological record.
Am I correct in assuming that only the few localities you've mentioned have
multiple spikes, while the... guesstimating... 150 others have only one? If
so, then I'd say that looks like evidence.
(Austria's 3 or so have only one.)