Thursday, July 17, 2014

IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD.....and now you know it

So I just couldn't resist this scoop, the first blog to report the "End of the World"..... is in Siberia.
And you know what, I am not even going to quote any scripture, because you "know it". even the one about when we shall see Jesus as He really is, because "you know it". So now that we "know", maybe the Zombie Apocalypse will be cancelled. Lets Party

  R.E.M
Ямал - невероятная воронка Giant Hole in the ground - Yamal (Russia)
A helicopter flying over a region of Sibera referred to as the “end of the world,” recorded footage of a mysterious, giant crater in the middle of the ground estimated to be 260 feet in diameter.
At first, skeptical observers thought the images must be a fake. After all, it appears to be something out a summer science fiction blockbuster, with the giant hole appearing to descend infinitely below the surface.
But Russian officials confirmed the crater’s existence and say they are sending a team of experts to investigate the site located in an area known as the Yamal peninsula. Scientists from the Center for the Study of the Arctic and the Cryosphere Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences plan to take samples from around the scene.
So, what is responsible for the giant crater?
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A mysterious giant hole appeared in Siberia, and scientists are puzzled by how it formed
A mysterious giant hole appeared in Siberia, and scientists are puzzled by how it formed
"We can definitely say that it is not a meteorite. No details yet," a spokesperson from Russia’s Emergencies Ministry told the Siberian Times.
Experts say it’s probably not the result of a giant meteor crash or a sinkhole, even though Siberia was home to the famous Tunguska Explosion of 1908.
The leading theory is that the crater is actually a natural phenomenon known as a ‘pingo.’ A pingo, or hydrolaccolith, occurs when ice pushes up from underneath the ground. In this case, climate change may have caused the ice to melt, resulting in a crater where the earth-covered frost once stood. courtesy of Eric Pfeiffer on Twitter (@ericpfeiffer)
This was fun; what  is your favorite "End of the World" music? Of course we all like REM, but how about Prince's "Party Like it's 1999". Let me know what your "World's End Party and playlist would be". lighten up, it's just a party.  
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