TheScienceKid
TheScienceKid
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16th March
23rd March
The Most energetic event in the universe, created when a giant star goes hypernova, or when two blackholes merge. one reason its so powerful is, instead of spherical expansion, its extremly focused, like a beam of pure energy!
armageddon dramatic earth gammaray woodtoinst apocalypse unstopable

Comments

  • SirEarthyLeWierdMan
    SirEarthyLeWierdMan
    26th March
    I love this! Thank you +1
  • guineamacaw
    guineamacaw
    23rd March
    if one of these hits another one what would happen?
  • Timothysparrow
    Timothysparrow
    23rd March
    its extremly stacked particles the1st
  • The1stDragonMaster
    The1stDragonMaster
    23rd March
    I still dont understand how it is hard to erase it
  • devastheempty
    devastheempty
    23rd March
    it looks much better if you remove outer shield that holds the atmosphere
  • TheScienceKid
    TheScienceKid
    22nd March
    holy Gamma, this might get more support then my element suggestion (still questioning that)
  • Vaccine
    Vaccine
    22nd March
    @joaocool123 (P.S The atmosphere would be intact, but the OZONE layer would be fried, btw, we're talking about GRB's that are way more powerful than the one that hit the Earth, the type that would overload our ozone layer)
  • Vaccine
    Vaccine
    22nd March
    @amerrell Actually a GRB wouldn't destroy the Earth, not strong enough like the Death Star from Star Wars, it would however fry the half it faces, the other half behind the Earth will be unscathed, but if the Ozone layer ripped (Which will) the entire Earth would be blasted with the Sun's radiation. +1
  • 12Me21
    12Me21
    22nd March
    !set type inst none
  • amerrell
    amerrell
    22nd March
    Yeah, a gamma ray would probably destroy the Earth, not just roast it. -1