Thanks for the detailed response with good clear examples of why rapid movement won't work.
I can see why you don't believe that this is possible. Although I could argue that there may be a threshold level at which a large enough impact could produce this kind of movement, I would have to recognize that I have no actual geological evidence to support this position. As you note, all of the actual geological evidence indicates that this type of movement is not possible.
Your constructive criticism continues to be quite helpful to my understanding of the actual issues related to a workable antipodal theory.
Thanks for your help.
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Other than a simple dismissal I expanded my remarks so the other readers there may be, so they can understand the counter points to your theory of super natural/super ordinary angular directed force and impact imparted plate movement. Hopefully their understanding of impact geology will be deepened.