Did these Georgia petroglyphs describe catastrophic meteor impacts?
Our presumption has been that these two petroglyphs portrayed the sun and functioned as either a memorial to a specific date or functioned as some sort of calendar. However, an alternative explanation is that they portray the bright light of the explosion at time that an asteroid, meteor or comet struck the earth from a low apogee.
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