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Chicxulub
     This is a visual discussion of the seismic waves generated by the Chicxulub Impact 65 million years age. These seismic waves spread from the impact, similar to a stone thrown into a pond of still water. The marks left by these waves are clearly visible in the geography of the Earth. See the Introduction for a more complete descriptoion of what follows.








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A depiction of the concentric seismic circles formed by the Chicxulub Impact
Above is a depiction of the concentric seismic circles formed by the Chicxulub Impact on the Yucatan Peninsula 65 Million years ago. These circles are firmly etched into the geography of the Earth, which provides clear evidence that North America and South America have remained stationary, relative to each other, during this time period. Had the continents moved, these circles would be broken. The image above is linked to a much larger image for a closer examination. These circles are described in detail below.


Seismic wave from Chicxulub Impact, 278 miles radius
The first notable circle is at 278 miles radius from the center of impact. This center of impact may be slightly different than the center of the crater formed, due to the angle of impact from the meteor. Details of this circle are shown to the right.
Northeast section of the Seismic wave from Chicxulub Impact, 278 miles radius.
     To the Northeast the Campeche Escarpment follows the circle.
Chicxulub Impact, 278 miles radius to the South through Tabasco, Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize.
     To the South through Tabasco, Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize.  Details are to the right.
To the Southwest of the Chicxulub Impact, at 278 miles radius, the river passing Frontera, Tabasco, Mexico
     To the Southwest, the river that passes the town of Frontera, in the State of Tabasco, marks the circle.
Images may be expanded for clarity.
To the South southwest from the Chicxulub Impact, the rivers and roads mark the circle at 278 miles radius.
     To the South southwest, the rivers and roads mark the circle.
To the south of the Chicxulub Impact, Lago (Lake) Peten Itza is a clear marker for the seismic circle.
     To the south of the impact, Lago (Lake) Peten Itza is a clear marker for the seismic circle, as is the smaller un-named lake to the west of it.

Chicxulub Impact, the seismic circle at 395 miles radius
The circle at 395 miles radius is described in detail to the right.
Chicxulub Impact to the South, the seismic circle at 395 miles radius
     The primary indicators of the circle are to the South.
Chicxulub Impact the seismic circle at 395 miles radius to the Southwest
     The coast line Northwest of Coatzacoalcos in southern Veracruz State parallels the circle line.
Chicxulub Impact seismic circle at 395 miles radius,  the lake defines the circle for 55 miles
     To the Southwest la Presa (the Dam) La Angostura more formally known as Dr.Belisario Dominquez defines the circle for 55 miles or 90 kilometers, and flows to the northeast, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Chicxulub Impact seismic circle at 395 miles radius to the Southeast
     To the Southeast, the valley leading to La Cieba, Honduras is another indicator for this seismic circle.




Chicxulub Impact the seismic circle at 750 miles radius
    The full 750 radius circle.
Chicxulub Impact seismic circle at 750 miles radius through NE Guerrero and eastern Michoacán, Mexico
     Through northeastern Guerrero and eastern Michoacán States, Mexico
Through South eastern Texas, reservoirs line up along the Chicxulub Impact 750 mile radius seismic line.
     Through South eastern Texas, Lake Conroe, Lake Livingstone, Lake Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoir line up along the seismic line. Details are to the right. Reservoirs, bridges and other highly engineered structures such as these are not part of the seismic circle, however again and again these structures have been built on these lines, probably because they are the low point of
the geography. These are seen so often that they become surveyed and engineered markers for the line.
Lake Conroe and Lake Livingston are on this Chicxulub Impact seismic circle.
     The reservoirs at Lake Conroe and Lake Livingston are on this seismic circle.
     This also brings up a question as to whether or not these structures have been built on a fault line. Other more powerful impacts
show that these seismic waves may be strong enough to crack the mantle of the Earth, forming lines of volcanoes.
The Hawaiin Islands,   The Great Rift Valley of Africa, and The Eurasian Impact are examples of this.
Lake Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoir are on the 750 mile Chicxulub Impact seismic circle.
     The reservoirs at Lake Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoir are also on this seismic circle.
Lake Nicaragua and several indicators on the sea floor mark this Chicxulub Impact seismic circle
      The southern tip of Lake Nicaragua is on the line, as are several indicators on the sea floor.


     The 980 mile radius circle.


     At 980 miles radius through southern Sinaloa and Durango States in Mexico. This image is linked to a much larger image.

     Through central Texas the line cuts north of Dallas and through the center of Lake Ray Roberts. The impoundment is just below the line.

    Through southeastern Oklahoma and central Arkansas the passing wave put a distinctive line through the Ouachita Mountains. A larger image is attached to this one for more detail.

     Through the southern United States, there are numerous landmarks signifying the seismic circle, as it passes through Augusta, Georgia.





 The 1400 mile radius circle.


     To the west at 1400 miles radius, the wave passed Isla Socorro leaving a mark.

     Through northeastern Sonora, Mexico.

     The valley from the wave passes just north of Beatrice, Nebraska. It is shown by the various rivers. Note the airport by the line.

 At 1400 miles to the North, just South of Lake Michigan, the Illinois River flows west along the line before it turns south.

     To the North northeast along the Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River fills the valley created by this wave.

     Between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, the lines on the ocean floor, just west of the circle.

     Another wave left its imprint at 1710 miles radius.

     At 1710 miles to the Northwest the Colorado River cuts through Southeastern Utah and flows southeast into Lake Powell.

     Farther to the North, the Laramie River follows the circle valley, flowing northwest into the Greyrocks Reservoir, just before it flows into the North Platte River which here flows Southeast..





     The entire 2670 mile radius circle.

     The southeastern section of the circle through Brazil. The alignment of the Madiero River here, added to the next two circles through South America, all of which are concentric to the circles above, is demonstrative evidence that the continent has not moved in relation to North America. This is a primary evidence against the theory of Pangaea and the floating continents.

    The same circle as shown to the left in Alberta, Canada, the rivers follow the line from the Canadian Rocky Mountains northeast.

     West of Hudson Bay, the lowland areas of the wave can be followed for 450 miles, in spite of the glaciation that had wiped the area nearly clear of identifying marks.

    In far northeastern Quebec, Canada, beside the Gulf of St Lawrence, the line is easily followed. On the right side of this image appears another impact.



     The entire 3025 mile radius circle.


     The seismic wave passed through Northern Canada. More detailed views are to the right.

     This image is in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. The alignments are evident.

     The passing of the seismic wave made a tremendous impression on the eastern part of Great Slave Lake.

     This is the southern tip of Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada

     To the Southeast. through the mountains of Northern Chile and Bolivia, the rivers again follow the circle line. Expanded views are to the right.

     Through Northern Chile the river echoes the circles path.  As the circle crosses into Bolivia, the political boundary follows the circle. This is common as political boundaries often follow natural divides in the geography.

    Through the eastern slope of the mountains in Bolivia, the river follows the course of the seismic fracture.

At 3828 miles radius the primary alignments are in South America, as the majority of the circle in in the oceans.

     In Brazil, the Paraná River follows the valley of the wave.

      Again in Brazil, to the North of the image to the left, the San Francisco River.










There is no image here
as the circle here with a radius of 4765 miles
 is nearly at the circumference of the Earth


     To the southeast, the ocean bottom parallels the line at 4765 miles radius, as it passes through Chile and Argentina.


     Through Western Sahara in Northeastern Africa, similar lines tell the same tale here. It is possible that the wavy line to the right of the yellow circle line, may be the remnants of the tsunami caused by the impact.

     In far western Russia along the Bearing Sea, the river crosses the land following the line for 100 miles. North is to the upper right, since moving to the Northeast of Chicxulub, rotates the north direction.




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