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RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.

 
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RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
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Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh

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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
And NASA fuckers keep saying it's "unrelated to the meteor DA14".
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
And NASA fuckers keep saying it's "unrelated to the meteor DA14".
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And this could be just the vanguard...the big babies yet to come.
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
 Quoting: [link to rt.com]


Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Holy shit! Imagine if if it have fallen on a city!!!uhoh
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
 Quoting: [link to rt.com]


Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Holy shit! Imagine if if it have fallen on a city!!!uhoh
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No more city.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Chyelabinsk is a city.

It knocked down a cinder block factory wall and shattered enough glass to injure 1,000 or more people.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
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Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Sorry if that were accurate that city would have been flattened.... Soooooooo not true... look at tungooska it took out 1000 square miles of forest....

If da-14 hits russia, thats a different story... Russia would be gone!
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
And NASA fuckers keep saying it's "unrelated to the meteor DA14".
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DA14 is 150,000 tons.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Chyelabinsk is a city.

It knocked down a cinder block factory wall and shattered enough glass to injure 1,000 or more people.
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A knocked down factory and shattered glass is far from a nuke.
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NASA are bunch of shills no one really pays any attention to them anymore they have zero credibility these days.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
And NASA fuckers keep saying it's "unrelated to the meteor DA14".
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And this could be just the vanguard...the big babies yet to come.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
the fireballs first, just like in the bruce willis movie.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Meteor strikes Russia....causes 5
million dollars worth of improvements!
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
 Quoting: [link to rt.com]


Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Sorry if that were accurate that city would have been flattened.... Soooooooo not true... look at tungooska it took out 1000 square miles of forest....

If da-14 hits russia, thats a different story... Russia would be gone!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34457916


WRONG...

Damage is proportional to the distance from the "blast" ... and in this case the "blast" was a considerable distance from the city (both altitude distance AND lateral distance).


It is only "IF" the blast occured right above the city at a 1 to 3 miles would the blast effect had a huge impact on the city ... even 20 miles away (straight line, which encompasses both altitude distance AND lateral distance) the blast effect would have been minimal.

At 40 miles (ie: 20 miles high, ie: 105,000' and 20 miles lateral) the blast effect would have been very minimal.

Physics 101
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Chyelabinsk is a city.

It knocked down a cinder block factory wall and shattered enough glass to injure 1,000 or more people.
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A knocked down factory and shattered glass is far from a nuke.
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You haven't calculated in the distance factor. Many seconds passed between the flash and the sound-wave.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Coming to a city near you....
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Chyelabinsk is a city.

It knocked down a cinder block factory wall and shattered enough glass to injure 1,000 or more people.
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A knocked down factory and shattered glass is far from a nuke.
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you need to understand the power we are talking about here, and at what HEIGHT it was unleashed. for it to cause the damage it did, dozens of miles below, makes this a VERY powerful event
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
16:19 GMT: The fireball that hit Russia’s Urals is the largest rock to strike the planet since 1908, Nature Magazine says. The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test, added the UK journal. Unlike the Russian Academy of Science, it estimated that the mass of the fireball was around 40 tons before it entered the atmosphere. Russian scientists put the mass at 10 tons.
 Quoting: [link to rt.com]


Holy fuck!!!

damned ahhh
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Looks like it got taken out as it turned on its masters!

Ground to Air based intercept...



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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Chyelabinsk is a city.

It knocked down a cinder block factory wall and shattered enough glass to injure 1,000 or more people.
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Yeah from about 30 miles up.hiding
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Radio said it was only the size of a kitchen table! Imagine what half a football field will do!
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Meteorite or hypersonic weapon sent from the Zionist-run West as a warning to Putin, who has spoiled all their plans in Syria?
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
From my calculations it was about 12 kilotons.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
NASA are bunch of shills no one really pays any attention to them anymore they have zero credibility these days.
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correct

let's face FACTS here now, shall we?

so called 'paranoid CTers' called this SPOT ON yesterday.

Perseus, on another thread, said EXACTLY this event would happen, AND provided evidence of it too.

why does it take 'kooks' on fringe internet forums to inform us of deadly events? why can't our GOVERNMENTS do that job?
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
"The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test"....hey now, lets not down talk the astroid.
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"The blast was even more powerful than North Korea’s recent nuclear test"....hey now, lets not down talk the astroid.
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rofl
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
When they talk about blowing asteroids up they say some are iron some are solid rock and others are made up of loose clumps of rock bound by gravity.
If the later is the case it could be torn apart by the earths gravity as it approaches like a shotgun spreading out as it gets closer that could be very interesting !.
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Re: RT News update: Fireball was 40 tons before it entered atmosphere, not 10, and the blast was more powerful than a nuke.
Radio said it was only the size of a kitchen table! Imagine what half a football field will do!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1501009


So America compares meteor size to sports,

and Russia compares meteor size to Ikea furniture?

Hmm... very interesting.

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NASA are bunch of shills no one really pays any attention to them anymore they have zero credibility these days.
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