The planet Earth – falling asteroid


I am still awaiting permission for the next post I was going to put up, so please bear with me and just relax for a bit… I will be controversial tomorrow.

I really enjoyed those videos, so I’m going to keep going. This time though, I am just going to show meteorites and asteroids, and the calamity that happens when they hit planets. No meteorites were injured or poorly treated in the making of this presentation. You might like to get some popcorn, and a favored beverage, and just take the rest of the day off.

While you are kicking back, consider drawing up a final will, in case one of these remnants of times gone by, does actually strike here. You may have to put your final draft in a secure place. That place should also be able to withstand the probability of destruction, by these “alien rocks”. I really can’t tell you where to put it, but I’m sure you could tell me!

The planet Earth – falling asteroid. Composer Surov D.(epic dramatic music orchestra)

Great graphics and fine music, right? This next one is a re-hash of the last with narration instead of the music. I don’t believe these were quite up to par though. When an astronomical object falls to earth, it would vaporize much of the atmosphere in passing, and the shock waves would create tidal waves, and Earthquakes, that would be felt long before the asteroid hit. The heat would fry everything near its path as well.

Here’s What Happened When a 23-Mile-Wide Asteroid Hit Earth

This video isn’t nearly as impressive as the others, but it was real, and actually captured on camera.
Massive Bright Explosion on the Moon, Can be seen from Earth

Miracle Planet – Asteroid Impact Simulation

Anyway….I hope you’ve enjoyed the end of everything we hold so dearly.

It looks like I’ve hit a technical issue with part of this post. The server got scared when it saw these, and we may never resolve these issues. If not, then I am sorry.

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