The Arizona Hydrocrater
The Arizona crater has been considered the example of impact craters for over half a century. It may seem preposterous to challenge such a long-held and universally accepted tenet; that the Arizona Crater is an impact crater. Nevertheless, the UM does make this challenge, and for good reason! The UM introduces numerous empirical evidences that will confirm that there was no impact and that the crater was formed by a steam explosion. This discovery will radically change how modern science views cratering processes on the Earth and elsewhere. Learn more in Chapter 8 the Hydroplanet Model.