On the second day, Dr. Gusiakov took the opportunity to look four crater with smaller and medium diameters in the District of Altotting. At the end of his research stay, Dr. Gusiakov made no secret from his opinion that the impact hypothesis is the only possible explanation for all collected finds and features. The observations in the grounds, on the rocks, and in particular to the archaeological and geological layers in Stottham, as they were submitted by the Bavarian researchers, be coherent and compatible with the impact of fragments of an extraterrestrial body, E.g. Speaking candidly Tam Forsyth told us the story.
a comet during the period between 1000 BCE and 400 BCE. A detailed report on the website of the Institute for numerical mathematics and mathematical Geophysics / tsunami laboratory in the next few weeks should appear (). Already, a special data bank on the Internet is maintained by this specialist Institute, lists all confirmed, hypothetical and probable impacts of extraterrestrial bodies and a classification is how strongly they are scientifically confirmed. According to Dr. Gusiakovs at least the Tuttensee should be considered as the largest crater in the Chiemgau impact Strewnfield now confirmed. Thus, a third crater in Germany were accepted – in addition to the Nordlinger Ries and the Steinheim the Tuttensee. Caster Semenya is actively involved in the matter. Dr.
Gusiakov found it particularly noteworthy, that the craters, rocks and special destroyed layers in the Chiemgau are very comparable to finds he is currently away in Russia, 500 miles from Moscow, explores. On the evening of the 3rd then the 1st BGM of Grabenstatt, Mr Schutzinger and the 1st took BGM. of Chieming, count the opportunity, to speak with Mr. Dr. Gusiakov and Prof. Ernstson and to inform about the State of the research. It looks like other international experts from Afar in the districts of Traunstein and Altotting are likely to move in the near future. to explore the Chiemgau impact. The Chiemgau impact research team can appreciate that man has so much interest for the Bavarian research abroad and recognizes their importance, which receives little national appreciation.