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+8 1. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

Fireworks factory explosion in Columbia maybe?
That bunch of cattle looks like they are heading to the barn after that last boom!
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+3 2. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

How could they have not expected the shockwave?
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+10 3. tsar911 commented 9 years ago

I love it the cows were hauling ass together right there in the end.
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+32 4. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

#2. The same way as people can stand on the beach watching a Tsunami coming in and not expect to get wet.
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+6 5. nomoredavid commented 9 years ago

So true #4 !
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+7 6. bella1 commented 9 years ago

0:34 cows running for their lives in the field
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+2 7. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

43 seconds before the sharp sound gives about 14 km to disaster. If anyone has a link to the news...
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+3 8. eupatriot commented 9 years ago

@3. That was indeed funny.
@7. Its more like 1.5km - 2.0km away. Sound travels at 340 meters per second and it was roughly 5 seconds from that second explosion for the blast wave to hit the building there.
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0 9. DJKovu commented 9 years ago

thats only a little exsplotion... This on the oter hand is a MASSIVE blow in Denmark 2004 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4iNOguCNFQ&list=FLcK2ClL5-Ye28Ora_sUxXtQ&index=389