Well I'm not gonna play that game! Er. I'm not going there! Umm, I won't fall for that old trick. Oh, all right. But you must understand...this has turned out to be a far more complex, long-standing, and multi-disciplinary investigation than I ever thought it would. It encompasses material going back into the early 90s, and of necessity will require a familiarity with more recent geological observations and interpretations with which I have been only tangentially familiar up 'til now--e.g. Antarctic ice cores; Greenland ice cores; eastern Pacific Ocean foraminifera (for staters, with the rest of the globe close behind); some very arcane geophysics and sedimentary geology (nanodiamonds, microspherules, magnetic so-and-sos, and micromorphological smizmies); and more.
So, as I've said before, bear with me, please, whilst I commiserate with the swamis of about 10 non-archaeological disciplines to come up with a reasoned assessment of the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis. Wish me luck!