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Monday, 29 June 2015

Re: [meteorite-list] Changes In 14C and Impacts

 Re: [meteorite-list] Changes In 14C and Impacts

Dear Ed:

On June 28, 2015, in “Changes In 14C and Impacts,”
you wrote:

>I am looking forward to your comments on the Kiscoty structure.

At this time, I lack any comments about the Kiscoty structure.
The problem is that the only material that I have been able to
find about is a newspaper article that lacks any coordinates
and has only a medium to small scale map with terrible
resolution and lacking any mark as to where this feature is in
the map. Given, the scale and resolution of the the article’s
map, it is impossible discern what in this map is the “Kiscoty
structure” and exactly where it is located. I would need a
specific location, preferably a latitude and longitude, of some
sort for its center and what its diameter or radius is to be
able to comment on the Kiscoty structure.

By the way and off topic, in both 1394 BP and 1450 BP,
tsunamis devastated northern coast of Aceh, northern
Sumatra, as discussed in a fascinating Open Access

Sieh, K. P. Daly, E. E. McKinnon, J. E. Pilarczyk, H.-W.
Chiang, B. Horton, C. M. Rubin, C.-C. Shen, N. Ismail,
C. H. Vane, and R. M. Feener, 2015, Penultimate
predecessors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in
Aceh, Sumatra: Stratigraphic, archeological, and
historical evidence. Journal of Geophysical Research
(Solid Earth) vol. 120, no. 1, pp. 308–325 (January 2015 )


Paul H.

"The past is never dead. It's not even past."
William Faulkner, Act 1, Scene III, Requiem for a Nun (1951)

Re: [meteorite-list] Changes In 14C and Impacts

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