A great article that effectively ends the debate about what killed the dinosaurs. Was it the Yucatan asteroid, or volcanism in India?
I’ll let those better versed in geology - @gbob, @Joel_Duff, @davidson, et al. - weigh in with more informed reactions. But what struck me, pun intended, was the fact that an asteroid strike in Yucatan was related to the volcanism in India. Perhaps I should have made a shout out to the physics profs among us - @pevaquark and @heddle. The impact in Mexico was directly opposite the Deccan Traps of modern India. The shockwave that caused a crater in the Gulf of Mexico traveled through the globe and caused uplift on the opposite side. Pretty amazing, unless my gut reaction is totally off base.
Edit: I should add the link to the original paper, for the sticklers among us: