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Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?

 
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Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
When our solar system was last at its current location in its orbit around the Milky Way, was the time when dinosaurs were walking the Earth.

Makes me wonder, did the Earth pass something during this time of orbit that killed all the dinosaurs?

An asteroid belt, or something more sinister?

Would that explain the increase in fireballs in the last year?

Something to think about. damned
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
When our solar system was last at its current location in its orbit around the Milky Way, was the time when dinosaurs were walking the Earth.

Makes me wonder, did the Earth pass something during this time of orbit that killed all the dinosaurs?

An asteroid belt, or something more sinister?

Would that explain the increase in fireballs in the last year?

Something to think about. damned
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damned
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
When our solar system was last at its current location in its orbit around the Milky Way, was the time when dinosaurs were walking the Earth.

Makes me wonder, did the Earth pass something during this time of orbit that killed all the dinosaurs?

An asteroid belt, or something more sinister?

Would that explain the increase in fireballs in the last year?

Something to think about. damned
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A very good theory... as there were no astronomers about at the time to confirm it is hard to prove, but I'm wondering if they can date Asteroid impacts and if there a map/timeline of impacted Asteroids/meteorites.

It would be an interesting project to map them over time.
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
Sorry, should have cited some evidence:

Good information on our solar systems rotation here:
[link to www.universetoday.com]

AND

The peak of dinosaur existence was 225 million years ago:
[link to www.factmonster.com]
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
When our solar system was last at its current location in its orbit around the Milky Way, was the time when dinosaurs were walking the Earth.

Makes me wonder, did the Earth pass something during this time of orbit that killed all the dinosaurs?

An asteroid belt, or something more sinister?

Would that explain the increase in fireballs in the last year?

Something to think about. damned
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225 million years ago it was still the Jurasic period.
The Dinos died of 65 million years ago at the end of the cretaceous period.

So, it'll take us another 160 million year to reach that point in our orbit around the Milky Way.

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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
When our solar system was last at its current location in its orbit around the Milky Way, was the time when dinosaurs were walking the Earth.

Makes me wonder, did the Earth pass something during this time of orbit that killed all the dinosaurs?

An asteroid belt, or something more sinister?

Would that explain the increase in fireballs in the last year?

Something to think about. damned
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Good Post!!! Stirs the imagination.
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
Sorry, should have cited some evidence:

Good information on our solar systems rotation here:
[link to www.universetoday.com]

AND

The peak of dinosaur existence was 225 million years ago:
[link to www.factmonster.com]
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From your first link:


"The last time we were in the same place in our orbit, dinosaurs were just starting to appear on the Earth."



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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
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[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
OP is obviously a GENIUS.
Just research the rest of his threads.
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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
Fireball doom would be a pretty epic way to go out!

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Re: Our solar system takes 225 million years to rotate around the Milky Way. And guess where we are?
Sorry, should have cited some evidence:

Good information on our solar systems rotation here:
[link to www.universetoday.com]

AND

The peak of dinosaur existence was 225 million years ago:
[link to www.factmonster.com]
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker




From your first link:


"The last time we were in the same place in our orbit, dinosaurs were just starting to appear on the Earth."



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Disregard the troll topics lulz
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