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      Map depicting the location of Burckle Crater candidate abyssal impact structure in relation to selected environmental variables as stated in a sample of 175 "Great Flood" myths. In addition to depicting the approximate locations of the sampled flood myths themselves, the variables include the apparent direction traveled by the flood storm; hot water noted as coming from the ocean; hot water and "thick resin" noted as coming from the sky; and intense heat and ignition fires at the start of the flood storm (the latter includes a story from Egypt not in the sample of 175 myths). The figure also depicts a "hypothesized ejecta re-entry splash ring" modeled as the approximate boundary between the limits of rocky ejecta and condensed water vapor from the hypothesized Burckle Crater impact (Masse, 2007).

      Impact glass spherules. (Masse at al., 2006)

      Аномалии силы тяжести в области предполагаемого воздействия (получено по данным GLOBAL MARINE GRAVITY V18.1 средствами системы ENDDB).

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