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Andrei Stepanenko Articles

Liverpool dungeons

It's logical to assume that this backfill was semi-liquid when it flooded the premises. Plus, it's not limited to this tunnel: all of Liverpool stands on it. And Prague. And Moscow. And Omsk. And Kazan. And after 1824, when Liverpool Royal Infirmary was opened (the dishes are found here), there was one similar event: the silting up of part of San Francisco Bay around 1851.

Complete history of catastrophic crash (variant No. 3 of 1/29/2020)

(A long read, large file) The penultimate stage of the flooding is dated 10,000 years ago, but they usually avoid dating of the last, uppermost sea terrace. In which case, the total flooding of Beringia 8,200 years ago is an acceptable assumption. Electrical discharges moving with space velocity liquidate the most part of threat pointwise: the most dangerous meteorites blow up from the bottom side, and most of them do not reach the surface of the planet.