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Like all the most awesome discoveries, it was unexpected. The Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope was launched to examine the universe for the stupendously powerful processes that produce gamma ray bursts, from black hole jets to the effects of dark matter itself, only to find blasts coming from behind it. From Earth.
Originally posted by Xeven
reply to post by starstrings
Wonder if we could use Anti Carbon to reduce the Carbon in the atmosphere
Course we gota learn to make anticarbin first lol
Originally posted by D.E.M.
Perhaps this explains a lightning explosion the night before last here in Vancouver.
MASSIVE blast of thunder, at the same time as a bolt of light bright enough to cut through my eyelids as I am asleep goes off. House shook like a bomb went off above it.
But no other strikes. No other thunder. Just this singular, massive, thunderous blast. Roomate from Texas was shaken, had never seen anything like it.
Myself, I thought they had nuked the city or something. It was bizarre.