|Atlantis Explained: Noah’s Flood and Why Europeans are White
by Author Dennis Brooks
It seems that the destruction of Atlantis was the result of a natural disaster that dug a series of craters across North America; the craters are now called Carolina Bays. These craters might be the key to solving the mystery of what destroyed Atlantis and caused the Great Flood. Evidence of the cataclysm is permanently etched into the landscape giving us a signature of the event. This particular destructive act of nature seems to have been caused by a shower of comet fragments. The comet probably broke up in space and the larger fragments followed each other to earth.
The fragments broke up again as they entered Earth’s atmosphere and hit the ground as bullets of ice, water, and debris. They created elliptical depressions when they slammed into the earth. These craters are concentrated along the Atlantic seaboard within the coastal states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, and even as far away as Nebraska. In Maryland, they are called Maryland Basins. Fragments also landed in Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and in the Atlantic Ocean.
Looking at the impact sites, it is easy to imagine the amount of damage the incoming fragments could cause. Scientific research has also found that there are icy comets in outer space, further supporting the theory that comets brought water to earth.