The Tanis fossil site in North Dakota formed within an hour of the Chicxulub asteroid impact. It was buried in mud so quickly that it is a time capsule.

Fossilized pollen there matches a tree that still grows today and flowers in early June.

Coral eggs there are the same as a species that spawns on the night of the full moon.

Day-lilies found there were yet to wither.

So in the Hebrew calendar, we know the asteroid hit around 7 pm on 15 Sivan, but we have no idea what year.


The Tanis fossil site is real and it contains some amazingly well-preserved fossils.

I believe the bit about the pollen in June is true. The rest is made up. So far.

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