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Tunguska Catastrophe Evidence Of Acid Rain

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Tunguska catastrophe: Evidence of acid rain supports meteorite theory The Tunguska event in Krasnoyarsk Kari, Russia has been debated by scientists since it occurred. The event occurred around 7:14 on the day of June 30, 1908. That morning an enormous explosion rocked Krasnoyarsk Kari. The destruction was spread for miles. Estimates report that over 80 million trees were flattened and the earthquake caused by it would have been a 5.0 on the Richter scale. Many scientists believe that the event was caused by a meteor or comet exploding before it hit the surface. Other scientists however, believe that it could have been a UFO crash, a natural hydrogen bomb, and some people at the time of the event believe it was the end of the world. The force of the impact that hit the Earth was estimated between 5 to even 30 megatons. That is as much force as that produced by the Castle Bravo Thermonuclear Bomb detonated by the United States. Recent findings at th...

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