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My prephrase was meteorites would have all struck simultaneously...or would have been impossible to hit in a straight line at different times - so their ages would be different. I realized "all different ages" was important and first looked for that but couldn't find it anywhere in the answers.
Now sure how I missed it in B but I think I stopped reading answer B after natural cause because even though I knew it was attacking the meteorite reference which would strengthen, a natural cause can also be associated with Volcanic events.
So I thought it can't be that since it's weakening the evidence but also our conclusion we're trying to strengthen.
So what am I missing? Cause I don't want to hear, "it's the best answer" because that doesn't matter. It isn't the best answer if it's destroying our argument by saying a meteorite or a volcano can't make these craters. Because that is what it's saying.
I get the other answers also suck but this just is fundamentally wrong in a big way.