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The Köfels impact event is a hypothetical incident where a kilometre-long asteroid crashed into the Alps, near Köfels, Austria in the June of 3123 BCE. Upon the asteroid's crash, a ridiculously large amount of plumage rose, blotting out the Sun for a few days, and raining debris hundreds of miles away. The Köfels impact has been proposed as a naturalistic explanation for the Israelite story of Sodom and Gomorrah and the Greek story of Phaeton's death. The asteroid's movement has allegedly been recorded on a Sumerian Cuneiform tablet, one of the earliest known pieces of writing.
The case for this impactEdit
- Assyrian clay tablet points to 'Sodom and Gomorrah' asteroid
- Cuneiform clay tablet translated for the first time Bristol University is one of the top ten in the UK but even good Universities can have bad days. 
- Decoded The clay tablet tells asteroid destroyed Sodom 5 000 years ago.