This is What Would Happen If a Nuclear Bomb Was Detonated in The Marianas Trench

The video comes in response to a video by “Ridddle” answering the same question that went viral earlier this year… and contained all kinds of misinformation.

https://theoutline.com/post/3698/insanely-popular-youtube-channel-explainer-science-fake-news

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0 1. Judge-Jake commented 132 days ago

I preferred the first video it was more devastating. O:)
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+1 2. Austin commented 132 days ago

5:06 ‘It is a relatively pristine environment thanks to the absence of humans’.

Key word relatively.

Plastic Bag Found at the Bottom of World's Deepest Ocean Trench: Even one of the most remote places on Earth couldn't hide from the scourge of plastic trash.

A recent study revealed that a plastic bag, like the kind given away at grocery stores, is now the deepest known piece of plastic trash, found at a depth of 36,000 feet inside the Mariana Trench. Scientists found it by looking through the Deep-Sea Debris Database, a collection of photos and videos taken from 5,010 dives over the past 30 years that was recently made public.

Of the classifiable debris logged in the database, plastic was the most prevalent, and plastic bags in particular made up the greatest source of plastic trash. Other debris came from material like rubber, metal, wood, and cloth, and some is yet to be classified.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/plastic-bag-mariana-trench-pollution-science-spd/
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0 3. ringmaster commented 132 days ago

That's what I always have wanted, one special made bird :)
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0 4. huldu commented 131 days ago

#2 Humans has to be the most destructive species on this planet by far. Once humans eventually destroy themselves in one way or another the planet can hopefully recover and new life emerge, just like with the dinosaurs. The more advanced the human race gets the worse the future looks, driven by greed and strive for power, it's a really bad combination.
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 131 days ago

#4 Presumably you are speaking as an Aardvark are you?
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0 6. thundersnow commented 127 days ago

Love kurzgesagt.