I don’t see what all the hubbub over the latest meteor in Russia is all about. I mean, based on this documentary of what happened with the Tunguska meteor event in the early 1900s, clearly the proper authorities are on top of things. This film happens to be set to the music of Metallica, but there are subtitles, so feel free to watch with the sound lowered if this type of music isn’t your fare.
And here’s another Russian meteor video featuring the music of Leona Lewis. No word from scientists yet as to whether the music triggered this most recent event as some type of wrath from the heavens.
What do you think? Ever seen a meteor streak across the sky? Anything to be concerned about here? Let us hear from you in the comments.
- ‘Panic’ as streaking meteor injures hundreds in Russia (cosmiclog.nbcnews.com)
- Meteorite fragments rain down on Russia: 900 injuries reported; force of an atomic bomb (The Extinction Protocol)
- Meteorite Crashes in Russia (sarahonthego.com)
- Russia Meteor Blast — Injures Hundreds , causes damage across wide area (sincedutch.wordpress.com)
- Meteorite Explodes Over Russia, Panic Spreads (Updating Live) (gizmodo.co.uk)