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Originally posted by Echtelion
This is strange...
Here's an image published by the Telegraph on an alleged hole in a ice-covered lake in Russia, made by a fallen meteorite...
Notice anything peculiar?
Like the SIZE of that hole? Wouldn't such a large meteorite (at least a few feet wide) would have generated more destruction of the ice?
Why aren't there signs of cracks or anything resulting from the extremely powerful shock of the impact through the ice... this is odd. I can only presume the image is probably unrelated nonsense, or fabrication. The edges of the hole really look like they were cut, not punched through.
But what if it's true, how can it have been made by a meteorite?edit on 17/2/13 by Echtelion because: (no reason given)