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According to new research the asteroid which allegedly struck the earth 66 million years ago, causing the dinosaurs to become extinct, may not have had such a devastating effect on life on earth had it have hit elsewhere; Researchers recovered rocks from underneath the Gulf of Mexico, an area rich in deadly gypsum and other materials which obscured sunlight and brought forth the long winter known as the ice age; so, if the rock hit elsewhere or even just a few seconds later so as to be further from the coast and into deep ocean water, we might still have bloody T-rex's to content with! Dodged a bullet there, ey? (*read in Austrailian accent*)  via @TBWH91