Cosmic ‘airburst’ leveled a biblical city in the Jordan Valley
New research finds evidence of a cosmic airburst destroying a biblical city called Tall el-Hammam.
In the Middle Bronze Age (about 3,600 years ago or roughly 1650 BCE), Tall el-Hammam was ascendant. Located on high ground in the southern Jordan Valley, northeast of the Dead Sea, the settlement in its time had become the largest continuously occupied Bronze Age city in the southern Levant, having hosted early civilization for a few thousand years.
At that time, it was 10 times larger than Jerusalem and five times larger than Jericho.
“All the observations stated in Genesis are consistent with a cosmic airburst, but there’s no…