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    Re: Dinosaurs ELE And The Deccan Traps

    I am sorry you missed the main point of the article which is that one of the hugest basaltic effusion to have ever occurred on "dry" land (a bigger one are the "Siberian Traps") happened to be coeval...
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    Dinosaurs ELE And The Deccan Traps

    Nope! Nothing to do with mouse-traps

    Dinosaur-killing asteroid caused India’s Deccan Traps?

    The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago might have mobilized an existing...
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