Humans have been trying to outsmart nature for ages now, but nature always has its way of establishing who is in charge by putting on a show that logic fails to explain. From the strange Tunguska event that leveled over 80 million trees to the natural formation of a new Island, below are five strange events that showed the real power of nature.
One day in the year 1908, an explosion 1,000 times greater than that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima by the Americans erupted in a remote Siberian wilderness, this event shatteref the calm of the icy landscape and flattened 80 million trees in the area. This event happened on June 30, 1908, at around 7:17 a.m. local time. The few inhabitants of the remote Siberian region of Krasnoyarsk Krai awoke to see a column of blue light, nearly as bright as the sun, moving across the sky. S.B. Semenov, a peasa
Yesterday, I reported that an asteroid identified as SW 2020 would be skimming past our earth at a very much closer distance than the moon. The asteroid according to US Space and Air Agency, NASA would not impact our Earth but will fly closer to it nearer than the moon. Asteroids like I explained earlier are minor planets that move around our universe. They are believed to have been formed from the rubbles left after our universe was formed several millions of years. There are millions of them found in the