Study: Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact Created Dark 'Impact Winter' 66 Million Years AgoA massive asteroid slammed into the Earth 66 million years ago, setting off a decades-long “impact winter” in which a blanket of ash blocked sunlight and caused a severe drop in global surface temperatures, new sediment research concludes.
Study: Climate Change At Its Fastest Since Extinction Of DinosaursA report issued by Stanford University is claiming that the Earth's climate is changing at its fastest rates since the time of the dinosaurs' extinction approximately 65 million years ago.

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