Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Holy Ground

Subsequent to our interesting discoveries at Hoover Dam, we continued eastward on our scientific pilgrimage to check out other sites of interest.

First up was Meteor Crater, the best preserved impact crater on Earth...

The official story is that Meteor Crater is the result of the impact of a very small asteroid (approximately 50m across).  Of course, the official story is a total crock.  Meteor Crater was created in 1873 as a demonstration of the power of a super-weapon created by one of my personal heroes, the terribly misunderstood Dr. Miguelito Quixote Loveless.

Needless to say, that weapon, or a version of it, is what we found under Hoover Dam.

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