Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by random3434, Jul 28, 2009.
Could Earth Be Hit, Like Jupiter Just Was? - Yahoo! News
Echo, it wouldn't take that large of an object to create havoc. Suppose this had taken place between 1960 and 1990 in Eastern US or Western Russia;
Tanguska event - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Tanguska event
Explosion at Tunguska, central Siberia, Russia, in June 1908, which devastated around 6,500 sq km/2,500 sq mi of forest. It is thought to have been caused by either a cometary nucleus or a fragment of Encke's Comet about 200 m/660 ft across, or possibly an asteroid – a bright falling object was seen from 600 km/375 mi away. The explosion was equivalent to a hydrogen bomb (10–20 megatons) and produced a colossal shock wave; it was heard up to 1,000 km/625 away.
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No one can tell us we're wrong.
By the way, with an avatar like that, how I am supposed to pay attention to the text?
It's my plan to take over the world!!
Hey! I thought we were a team!
Cool, thanks for that information, I didn't know that, very interesting!
You can be my Vice President!
Careful, that didn't work out so well for Jack and Kyle.
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