Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

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● Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008).

Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size attracted huge meteorites, which slammed into it, causing super-high-temperature rock vapour to cover the entire surface and evaporate all ocean water. The earliest life-forms survived such infernal events by escaping deep into the ground, miraculously emerging again and again. The Earth has gone through innumerable catastrophic events, and life has survived by acquiring new abilities to live through each crisis. Humans are part of the grand history of life's evolution, which has been closely intertwined with repeated cataclysmic events.

Learn what would happen if an asteroid hit the Earth with this detailed "Large Asteroid Impact Simulation".
An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. Destination: The Pacific Ocean. The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. The firestorm encircles the Earth, vaporizing all life in its way. Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable. The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history.
Music of Pink Floyd "The Great Gig in the Sky" (1973).

0:12 An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km.
0:47 Destination: The Pacific Ocean.
1:17 The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface.
1:28 The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds.
1:53 Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit,
2:11 and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth.
2:55 The firestorm encircles the Earth,
3:05 vaporizing all life in its way.
3:34 Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable.
4:19 The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history.


● Discovery Channel - Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni (2008).

La Terra è nata a seguito di ripetute collisioni di asteroidi, la luna è stata creata da un singolo impatto gigantesco. Poi, le dimensioni della Terra hanno attratto enormi meteoriti, che si sono schiantate su di essa, causando vapori di roccia ad altissima temperatura che hanno ricoperto l'intera superficie e fatto evaporare tutta l'acqua dell'oceano. Le prime forme di vita sono sopravvissute a tali eventi infernali fuggendo in profondità nel terreno, emergendo miracolosamente ancora e ancora. La Terra è passata attraverso innumerevoli eventi catastrofici, e la vita è sopravvissuta attraverso l'acquisizione di nuove capacità per vivere attraverso ogni crisi. Gli esseri umani sono parte della grande storia dell'evoluzione della vita, che è stata strettamente intrecciata con ripetuti eventi catastrofici.

Apprendi che cosa accadrebbe se un asteroide colpisse la Terra, con questa dettagliata "Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni".
Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km. Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico. L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie. L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica. I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa, e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra. La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra, vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo. Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile. Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra.
Musica dei Pink Floyd "The Great Gig in the Sky" (1973).

0:12 Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km.
0:47 Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico.
1:17 L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie.
1:28 L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica.
1:53 I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa,
2:11 e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra.
2:55 La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra,
3:05 vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo.
3:34 Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile.
4:19 Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra.


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Me: trying to watch this video seriously
The person singing:

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Earth: getting destroyed by an asteroid
Woman in the background: having the most intense orgasm of her life

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If this song plays in the background while the asteroid hits the earth ... death would be so much aesthetic

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Everybody: dead😭
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Earth: *dies*
Moon: ⭕️_⭕️ *Plays the music in the background while eating popcorn*

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"It's because of that stupid phone!"

-Mom

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April 2020: *Write that down* ! *Write that down* !

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Earth: * gets hit by asteroid *
Jupiter: first time?

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No-one:

Literally no-one




Lady in background:

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April 2020:

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Imagine only trees going on fire while the whole earth is a volcano

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Earth: being annihalated

Background music: aaa

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I'm laughing behind my screen thinking, "Wow, this is a terrible event going with such a good song..."

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Mom: go outside take Some *fresh* air!

Me: ok i dont mind that falling star

*astroid iM fReSh*

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Dinosaur be like
"What's that big rock coming from the sky?"

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