How did the dinosaurs get extinct from the Earth? New information came up in the study
By Adnan Tazvir
In this world, one day, they used to walk. Then all of a sudden, the dinosaurs sank into the abyss of time. No less research has been done on why their kingdom was suddenly overthrown in this way.
This time, two astronomers from Harvard University claim that a giant cosmic object crashed into the Earth about six and a half billion years ago. As a result, the life of the blue planet was practically destroyed. As a result, the dinosaurs also became extinct.
Scientists have said at various times that the cause of the extinction of dinosaurs.
Some claim that the dinosaurs were lost in a vast eruption caused by a terrible earthquake.
Again, according to some, they were wiped out overnight by an epidemic of a deadly disease. However, the most popular theory is the collision of the Earth with a giant comet or asteroid. Harvard researchers accept this theory.
Their research paper has been published in the journal ‘Scientific Reports’. Scientists say that every two and a half billion to seven and a half million years, the Earth falls victim to such cosmic accidents.
However, a new study has said a comet. Researchers claim that a single comet from the farthest reaches of the solar system crashed into the Earth 66 million years ago.
The name of that end is ‘Oort cloud. The giant clouds made of icebergs surround the solar system. That’s where the dinosaur comet came from.
As a result of this claim, the old theory that the Earth collided with an asteroid in the middle of the solar system was practically refuted.
Venus’s hand was behind, pulling the comet towards the Earth. Amir Siraj, one of the researchers, claims that the comet changed its direction and ran towards the Earth due to the gravity of Venus.