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10 Natural Disasters That Could Happen At Any Second (10 pics)

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Natrual disasters are called disasters for a reason. They destroy just about everything in their path and they're terrifying. The worst part about these natural disasters is that they could happen at any time out of nowhere.

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№1 Author: Luc1f3r (8 May 2015 09:01) Total user comments: 0


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You forgot the one that happens to be my favorite: The good old-fashioned gamma-ray burst.
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№2 Author: Cotzy (8 May 2015 09:53) Total user comments: 442


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What about the miraculous zombie apocalypse?
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№3 Author: Peter Griffin (8 May 2015 11:07) Total user comments: 0


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The last point is interesting. In case it happens very slow, no one could do anything either
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№4 Author: Don.Lov3ndal.DEL (8 May 2015 14:42) Total user comments: 26


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Cotzy,

zombie is not something natural i think
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№5 Author: Aindy (8 May 2015 16:17) Total user comments: 2863


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2 - The fault lines in california are inland, making tsunamies very unlikely but earthquakes much more likely.
Also, tsunamies happen often enough, and are exremely deadly and cause billions in damages. Last major one was 4 years ago.

4 - Hurricanes cause damage to many cities annually. It wont just be a natural disaster if hits New York, its a natural disaster if it hits any town.

5 - There are several supervolcanoes throughout the world, not just yellowstone (such as iceland, indonesia, siberia etc.), and if any of them erupt it will have global effects, not just for a few hundred miles.

9 - Ebola, just like swine flu and bird flu, were vastly overhyped and the mistreatment of people in the affected areas helped it spread. However, major health organisations fanned the flames in the media and made each one sound like the apocalypse was near.
Disease can wipe out large percentages of population, but the most likely way would be in the form of biological warfare rather than a natural event.

10 - One cannot create a black hole on this planet, there is not sufficient mass to create one. And a rogue black hole to appear out of nowhere and to swallow the earth is less likely than the combined chances of all the disasters on this list combined and multiplied.

Antimatter can only exist for a fraction of a second as it reacts with any matter, meaning it cannot occur naturally in such an amount that it could damage the planet. And to make an antimatter 'bomb' strong enough to destroy the planet, one would have to use more energy than the energy given off by the reaction. That is an immeasurable amount of energy, not near possible in todays age. And this isnt a post about sci-fi disasters...
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№6 Author: Jewels Vern (8 May 2015 21:06) Total user comments: 75


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#2 - As I understand the process, an earth slide (not exactly the same as a quake) on one side of an ocean causes a tsunami on the other side. A quake or slide in California might cause a tsunami in Japan.

#8 - Meteor Crater in Arizona (shown in the picture) lacks all signs of a meteor, such as a compression zone inside and ejecta outside. Oh, and the meteor is missing, too. It was almost certainly an electric discharge. There is not a single crater anywhere that has evidence of an actual meteor.

#10 - The black hole is entirely imaginary. The basic premise was disproved by Isaac Newton as part of his theory of gravity. Look up "shell theorem" for the story. Another basic element in the black hole conjecture (it's not a theory) is neutronium: when electrons are squeezed into protons to make neutrons. Neutrons can only coexist in certain combinations called "islands of stability" and the bigger the collection the farther apart the islands are. Miss the island by even one particle and the collection flies apart instantly.
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№7 Author: Brak61 (8 May 2015 21:07) Total user comments: 680


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Where is Godzilla? No disaster list is complete without Godzilla! You know nothing AC! 22
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№8 Author: aen (9 May 2015 18:02) Total user comments: 0


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And also, while #8 causes lots of damage, stop saying that the dinosaurs went extinct. Just take a long good look at your friendly neighbourhood pigeon.
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№9 Author: setanta5 (17 May 2015 18:15) Total user comments: 39


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You omitted my favourite: gamma ray burst. About 500 million years ago a gamma ray glanced off the Earth causing a mass extinction. It could easily happen again and this time if it hit Earth square on it would sterilise it. No coming back from that!

Also #1 is not that bad, the big problem would be a Coronal Mass Ejection.
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