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suntrack2
2005-Mar-18, 01:13 PM
Lonar, in Buldhana District of India, Lattitude: N19 degree, Longitude E 76 degree 31' According to the information before some 50000 years a big meteor entered the earth's gravitational range at the speed of some 90000 KMPH, ramming the earth's surface, the total power of energy was equals to 6 megaton atom bomb released energy . The Lonar lake is 170 meter deep, and 1.8 km. in diameter, the rocks are similar to the moon rocks as scientists says. It seem a rival of Canyon-Diabola of Arizona,US. It also stands after Bosmatvi lake in Ghana which is 10 KM in diameter and a lake in New Quebec in Canada, with a diameter of 3.5 km.

The water in the lake of lonar is salty.

Look the photo of the lonar lake in the attachment,
and your feedback on this. (since here is a file attachment facility found in "website feed back forum" hence the topic wrote here.

sunil..

Mild mannered
2005-Mar-18, 02:01 PM
Awsome

Glad it didn't drop on my house!

piersdad
2005-Mar-18, 07:15 PM
The salt could be explained by the lack of natural
outflow and the leaching of the surrounding rocks.

A lake formed in this way will perhaps overllow
but being very deep and limited inflow it wouls
tend to gain salt more that it loses it due to continuous
replacement of the water.

suntrack2
2005-Mar-19, 08:37 AM
piersdad, thank you for the comment

suntrack2
2005-Apr-27, 02:07 AM
in future when the temperature hike will be on the big hights then the sudden situation will occour in the universe either the meteorites will melt or they will fall on the earth in case of they are big in shape, such kind of illustration may happen in the future, and no one can do a better act to obstruct the meteorite falling on the earth, because they will fall on the earth without intimation and with a giant speed, there is a big need of early warning system to be deploy to see whether there is any small or big meteorite is coming in the contact with earth, so that the repeatation of damage to earth can be minimise, if a very big meteorite suppose falling in the pacific then there will be multi count reaction will errupt: 1. the hight of water will be increase, 2. if the rock is so big then it will sink in the place available in the sea, if the mass is equal to the mass of the pacific then there will be a mud on the big proportion will create, 3. the sea life may distroy in such action of meteorite, and the reaction will also drop a deep impact on the human life and life style, people may be more helpless in such cases, when the big meteorite is falling in the big sea, this is you just imagine the scinario.

sunil

vet
2005-Apr-27, 02:56 AM
Originally posted by suntrack2@Mar 18 2005, 01:13 PM
Lonar, in Buldhana District of India, Lattitude: N19 degree, Longitude E 76 degree 31' According to the information before some 50000 years a big meteor entered the earth's gravitational range at the speed of some 90000 KMPH, ramming the earth's surface, the total power of energy was equals to 6 megaton atom bomb released energy . The Lonar lake is 170 meter deep, and 1.8 km. in diameter, the rocks are similar to the moon rocks as scientists says. It seem a rival of Canyon-Diabola of Arizona,US. It also stands after Bosmatvi lake in Ghana which is 10 KM in diameter and a lake in New Quebec in Canada, with a diameter of 3.5 km.

The water in the lake of lonar is salty.

Look the photo of the lonar lake in the attachment,
and your feedback on this. (since here is a file attachment facility found in "website feed back forum" hence the topic wrote here.

sunil..
you're probably younger than i---but if you wish Your hair to turn gray, as mine and stand on end---punk-rock-style---well gooogle over and search 'earth impact database'---YIPES!!!!!!!---this planet looks like it's been some 'carnival's' 'shoot the moving planet' deal---for 4 billion years. hit it---win a stuffed duck.

the 'big Island, 'Hawaii', has an inexplicable sediment layer of ancient tsunami debris---at 5,000 feet---only an impact could explain such. one really big splash.
and anthropologist ponder what took humans so long to 'industrialize'---between periods of increased volcanism and near-constantly being clobbered from space-junk---i'm surprised we don't lite cigarettes by striking flint and crude iron---

we could 'get-out', we're we going about as we would war---i guess some big rock will get the duck, a matter of time...