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some things don't make since

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jumlum

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I have found that earth was hit by some type of wave, ray, or solar wind at some point in time. The only thing that I have identified that could cause the damage that I am finding is a supernova. Which had to be very close or very big to hit earth. Is there any other type of wave that can burn or melt rocks on earth surface?
 
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MeteorWayne

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None of the things you mention would melt rocks on the earth's surface. The only things that would do so are lava from below, or an asteroid or comet impact.
 
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