Ancient History Fact: 5,500-Year-Old Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels’ Impact Event

Ancient History Fact: 5,500-Year-Old Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels’ Impact Event

Another Nasa scientist dead... What did he know, that "they" don't want "us" to know?

Another Nasa scientist dead... What did he know, that "they" don't want "us" to know?

Controversial 5,500-Year-Old Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels' Impact Event - MessageToEagle.com

Controversial 5,500-Year-Old Sumerian Star Map Of Ancient Nineveh Reveals Observation Of Köfels' Impact Event - MessageToEagle.com

4 Tips for Affordable and Impactful Event Flowers

4 Tips for Affordable and Impactful Event Flowers

ASTEROID IMPACT EVENT 2015 Seven Months Until DOOMSDAY - YouTube 6:43 ... I know of at least 13 prophets who have seen this vision and have spoken it. IT'S THE REAL DEAL. PREPARE! Find out more, it's all over YouTube!!!

ASTEROID IMPACT EVENT 2015 Seven Months Until DOOMSDAY - YouTube 6:43 ... I know of at least 13 prophets who have seen this vision and have spoken it. IT'S THE REAL DEAL. PREPARE! Find out more, it's all over YouTube!!!

The most powerful natural explosion in recent Earth history occurred on 1908 June 30 when a meteor exploded above the Tunguska River in Siberia, Russia. Detonating with an estimated power 1,000 times greater than the atomic bomb dropped over Hiroshima, the Tunguska event leveled trees over 40 kilometers away and shook the ground in a tremendous earthquake.

The most powerful natural explosion in recent Earth history occurred on 1908 June 30 when a meteor exploded above the Tunguska River in Siberia, Russia. Detonating with an estimated power 1,000 times greater than the atomic bomb dropped over Hiroshima, the Tunguska event leveled trees over 40 kilometers away and shook the ground in a tremendous earthquake.

Artists impression of a major impact event. The collision between a planet and an asteroid a few kilometers in diameter may release as much energy as several million nuclear weapons detonating simultaneously.

Artists impression of a major impact event. The collision between a planet and an asteroid a few kilometers in diameter may release as much energy as several million nuclear weapons detonating simultaneously.

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