"Fucking Baltimore riots"
I really love you, Luiza.
In hope she will hear before she dies (as you can see there are portions of the planet that are still intact, until the shock wave destroys the planet.
i'd just start off by saying
"Weeleleleelel, well its the big show!!, yeah its going to be a big bad show tonight yall!, yeah its the big show, come on turn off all the lights now yall, yeah, yeah its the big showwowowow, welll get ready for somethin' that you'll never nowowowow, you wont see it comin and i promise you'll know YEAH ITS THE BIGG SHOOWWWWW".
>That doesn't make any sense
That would actually be my first thought... there is nothing in the known universe (that we know of) that would go strait thru a planet like that. Also, space is a vacuum, so why is there a firey nuke thing 1/4 the size of earth there? Nothing in this picture makes sense from a scientific point of view.
>from a scientific point of view
Nigger, you shouldn't be talking about science if you can't spell simple English words correctly.
what good is a beer if you cant drink it
I'm never going to get shitfaced on the moon.
I would take a selfie with that on the background and attempt to post on facebook
>tfw no facebook
Any object moving at sufficient velocity could do that to the earth. The glow isn't "Fire" as you would know it, but rock and metal that has been heated by the energy of the impact to incandescence. Of course it would only look like that for a tiny fraction of a second before the holed planet would explode apart like a bullet passing through an orange.
What sort of projectile would go through the earth like that?
From the picture the blazing projectile seems to be at east 2,000 km in diameter, but the entry wound is about a tenth of this size, so whatever it is is highly magnetic and is taking a chunk of earth core with it, the atmospheric displacement of about 30,000 km on the exit wound further sediments the case for a highly magnetic kinectic projectile travelling at relativistic speeds.
Is this shit supposed to be a neutron star impact? If yes then it's fucked up as gravitational effects would destroy everything long before the earth could be struck by it, and if it isn't then it's hard to imagine what kind of shit other than a supernova explosion could accelerate a 200 km wide chunk of highly magnetic material at relativistic speeds.
Exit wounds are almost always larger than entry wounds, no matter what the object. The small, fast moving projectile is taking a large chunk of the earth with it, you don't need gravity or magnetics to do that, it just happens with impacts.
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