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Kamil Crater Egypt and its secondary crater field
« on: July 24, 2010, 13:49:33 »
Kamil Crater Egypt and its secondary crater field



Kamil Crater Egypt and its ejecta rays


Kamil Crater in Egypt is a small new or fresh "crater", it even has ejecta rays which are very rare if not unique on earth. But does it also have a secondary crater field? Can the formation of the Kamil Crater Egypt be shown to be gEUlogy and not geology?



Kamil Crater in Egypt with local terrain


Kamil Crater in Egypt is found at the foot of these 2 lines of hills with very sharp ridges on the top. are these evidence of the electric discharge event that could have formed Kamil Crater?



Kamil Crater field Egypt


Is there evidence that the Kamil Crater Egypt was not created by a meteorite but by an electric discharge in an Electric Universe? Is this also shown by the secondary craters found near it and the terrain of the crater and its surrounding area?


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The Italian-Egyptian team that found the crater in pictures recently visited and studied the 147-foot-wide (45-meter-wide), 52-foot-deep (16-meter-deep) hole ... Folco and colleagues were particularly surprised to find that the newfound, bowl-shaped crater has a prominent splatter pattern of bedrock shot up by the original impact blast.

Known as ejecta rays, these features are more often seen on other planets and moons with thin atmospheres.

"During our field work we could see that some of the bedrock material ejected from the crater overlies prehistoric structures in the area," Folco said.

"We know from literature that the human occupation of this region ended about 5,000 years ago, with the onset of hyperarid conditions. Therefore we think that the impact occurred afterwards."
"Fresh" Crater Found in Egypt; Changes Impact Risk? | news.nationalgeographic.com

is the Kamil Crater Egypt evidence of the event that created the Sahara Desert, which suddently turned from a wet area to a vast sandy desert?

is the Kamil Crater Egypt similar to the Kaali crater field, both in its creation and time of formation? Are they related to the special Meres found in Norfolk or are they all variations of Carolina Bays?

« Last Edit: July 24, 2010, 16:10:25 by electrobleme »

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Kamil Crater in Egypt - location and formation
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2010, 14:46:20 »

Kamil Crater in Egypt - location and formation


Kamil Crater location in Egypt


Kamil Crater in Egypt is located in the Egyptian desert at co-ordinates  22° 1'6.03"N  26° 5'15.76"E (google earth). It is at the top/bottom of 2 very distinct hill ridges that show the area has in the past had EU events.


Kamil Crater in Egypt formation or creation evidence


Was Kamil Crater in Egypt formed at the same time as these 2 ridges or was Kamil Crater created in that area because it is an energy area in an Electric Universe?



Kamil Crater in Egypt satellite image



new crater (Kamil Crater) in Egypt with ejecta rays

impact crater ejecta rays all have common themes, one of them is that for most craters ejecta rays do not go towards the center of the crater but converge on a point at the edge of the crater or just ouside it. sometimes the ejecta rays have 2 starting points.


Kamil Crater in Egypt and its ejecta lines

does this show that impact crater ejecta rays are not ejecta rays from an impact but evidence of a very powerful electric discharge and electron stream flowing over and through the surface? why does the Kamil Crater in Egypt have at least 3 distinctint lines going in different directions and not in all directions?



Kamil Crater in Egypt - a variation of a Carolina Bay?


most craters on other planets/moons/objects seem to have been hit at a 90 degree angle. it seems impossible to find a crater that has hit at an angle. all craters not on earth seem to have been hit/formed from above. this is evidence that craters are not formed by meteorite impacts. what else could form them?

are craters formed by EDM in an Electric Universe? similar to plasma arc welding and its pittting/cratering? are they a form of electrical discharge from the earth upwards?

Can an Electric Universe explain the mystery of the Carolina Bays? are the craters found in the Kamil Crater field aligned together similar to Carolina Bays?



Kamil Crater in Egypt - Egyptian desert glass


desert glass is a fulgurite and normally is created when lightning strikes the sand. the deserts in africa contain a lot of desert glass and they also have large EDM craters. basically the massive electrical discharge that forms the craters, Kamil Crater in Egypt included, forms the desert glass



Kamil Crater in Egypt - meteorite regmaglypts or formed where it is found?


is this a meteorite with regmaglypts that formed the Kamil Crater in Egypt or was it formed in this area because of the Electric Universe discharge event that created Kamil Crater?




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the Egyptian Kamil Crater - physical details
« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2010, 15:04:22 »

the Egyptian Kamil Crater - physical details



the Egyptian Kamil Crater magnetic anomaly map

Fig. S1. Digital elevation model of the Kamil Crater with superimposed magnetic anomaly map detected after
systematic searches and collection of meteorites >10 g. Maxima are localized along the northern,  southeastern and southwestern ejecta rays, where abundant microscopic melt particles of the projectile are interspersed within the ejecta blanket.


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Geomagnetic survey

The geomagnetic survey covered an area of ca. 250 x 250 meters, centered on the impact crater. The survey was carried out after systematic searches for meteorites larger than 10 g, in order to explore the possible occurrence of buried masses of the impactor, and mini-to-micro-sized impactor debris. The
measurements were taken in north-south profile-lines about 1.5 meters apart in the area outside the crater, for a cumulative distance of 38 km and 62000 magnetic stations.
The Kamil Crater in Egypt (pdf)



the Egyptian Kamil Crater - cross section morphometric diagram

Fig. S2. A representative section of the crater (upper panel; see Fig. S1 for trace) based on the digital elevation model and ground penetrating radar survey of the crater floor (lower panel) and featuring some of the main morphometric parameters described in the text.



the Egyptian Kamil Crater - ataxitic with schreibersite inclusions

Fig. S5. A polished and etched internal surface of a shrapnel showing ataxitic texture speckled with schreibersite inclusions.


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Systematic searches for meteorites

Systematic searches for meteorites were conducted by a team of seven persons within a 450 x 450 m area with the crater at centre, which was preliminarly subdivided into 50 x 50 m cells to optimize operations. Due to the large amount of meteorites we focused on specimens ca. >10 g. A total of 3634 shrapnel and one individual for a total of ca. 1.2 tons were collected within this area. Subsequently, systematic searches were conducted along a number of concentric and radial traverses up to 1.7 km from the crater. In this istance, 1544 meteorite specimens were found, weighed (total mass of 0.5 tons) and left in the field after recording their position. No spalled meteorite fragments were found. Field data allowed us to estimate that searches covered 50% of the meteorite-bearing surface, which constrains that the total mass of the impactor present in the area in the form of > 10 g specimens to ca. 4 tons. No meteorites were found during long range (up to 5 km from the crater) surveys. No additional craters were observed in the QuickBird satellite images (2005, October 22; courtesy of Telespazio) and Cosmo-SkyMed 1 satellite images (2009, March 13) of the region.
The Kamil Crater in Egypt (pdf)


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The Italian-Egyptian team that found the crater in pictures recently visited and studied the 147-foot-wide (45-meter-wide), 52-foot-deep (16-meter-deep) hole. The team also collected thousands of pieces of the space rock that littered the surrounding desert.

Based on their calculations, the team thinks that a 4.2-foot-wide (1.3-meter-wide) solid iron meteor weighing 11,023 to 22,046 pounds (5,000 to 10,000 kilograms) smashed into the desert—nearly intact—at speeds exceeding 2.1 miles (3.5 kilometers) a second.

Folco and colleagues were particularly surprised to find that the newfound, bowl-shaped crater has a prominent splatter pattern of bedrock shot up by the original impact blast.

Known as ejecta rays, these features are more often seen on other planets and moons with thin atmospheres.

"During our field work we could see that some of the bedrock material ejected from the crater overlies prehistoric structures in the area," Folco said.

"We know from literature that the human occupation of this region ended about 5,000 years ago, with the onset of hyperarid conditions. Therefore we think that the impact occurred afterwards."
"Fresh" Crater Found in Egypt; Changes Impact Risk? | news.nationalgeographic.com

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Kamil Crater field Egypt
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2010, 15:25:22 »
Kamil Crater field Egypt



Kamil Crater field Egypt - EU discharge craters or dormant volcanoes


Is the Kamil Crater in Egypt a single crater or is it part of a crater field? there is evidence of EU discharge craters in the surrounding desert and if they are created in an Electric Universe discharge event then they could have been created at the same time or show that this area is prone to natural electrical discharges.

the Kamil Crater field in Egypt  is located at coordinates 21°58'55.10"N  26°13'7.08"E (google earth)




Kamil Crater field Egypt, Electric Universe discharges or extinct volcanoes



Kamil meteorite Craters field Egypt or formed by another process



Kamil Crater field Egypt - secondary craters or EDM / plasma arc pitting or cratering



Kamil Crater field Egypt - formed at the same time or another time



Kamil Crater field Egypt location



another Electric Universe crater or start of the formation - near the Kamil Crater field Egypt

this strange for geology formation is located south of the Kamil Crater in Egyptat with co-ordinates of 17°26'13.65"N  21°44'56.42"E (google earth). the lichtenberg pattern shows an electrical discharge event and it is either the start of forming a crater or circle.


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