Massive Underwater Explosion

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+32 1. DarkiKun commented 9 years ago

and all the fish in a mile is now dead and possibly cooked =)
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+11 2. mala-zmija commented 9 years ago

Well, you can only fish for so long...
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+48 3. vgsr commented 9 years ago

Poseidon ate something bad.
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+2 4. Apocalypse11 commented 9 years ago

wont be long before this shits going down in korea imo
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+17 5. dragonon commented 9 years ago

I hate it when a video gets posted twice even after being reviewed by admins.... while many of the "first time" are in wait-fkn-lists!!...

Is there anything to do with Portugal26... >:)
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+7 6. SeanzBeanz commented 9 years ago

At first i thought Chuck Norris just farted whilst Scuba Diving, then i realised he must have followed through a bit :(
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+10 7. banzemanga commented 9 years ago

Wow that was sure big. That black smoke dust is the earth underwater. So be able to lift up dirt from a deep sea that must have been massive. :O
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+7 8. PortugaL26 commented 9 years ago

#5 really? where's is it then? show me
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-6 9. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

owww looks like Portugal26 replyed, let the war start >:)

Show 'em Portugal !!!
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-1 10. scolch commented 9 years ago

f**k that i'm on dragonon's side!
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+19 11. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#5 yah..im sure youre able to remember 6000 videos from over 3 years..post the link to the duplicate and i will delete this one...why you guys get soo cry babys when a re-post occours? On youtube you find the same video 100 times..go and cry there "Buuhuu..i already know this vid" we try our best to avoid dupes..but we are only humans either..nobody's perfect
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+6 12. arakawa commented 9 years ago

people think it`s ok to test explosives in the ocean just because it seems like everything is back to the way it was before the explosion.
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+2 13. mothali commented 9 years ago

0:22 ... #11 losing his patience.....
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0 14. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

And only the last few seconds they stress things out?
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-4 15. PaterSin commented 9 years ago

because fuck you sea life :D
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0 16. Teqskater commented 9 years ago

Na...it's just filmed at the Bellagio hotel ;)
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0 17. BrianDilori commented 9 years ago

That beats "RPG fishing" hands down!!
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+1 18. makbeth commented 9 years ago

Um..whats the black stuff after the initial explosion? I want to believe its incinerated fish...

Also, even if vids are reposted its rare that you would remember them all. Anyone who watches other vid sites has seen a good amount of the vids that get posted anyway.
People slating Portugal26, you do realise that without him this site would have much less videos for you to complain about...
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0 19. armageddon commented 9 years ago

perhaps they're fishing with something more than a dynamite
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-2 20. dragonon commented 9 years ago

Ok i maybe wrong about this video but thats not the question. Sorry mate! @ portugal26
I know human errors possibility.... but

But the question is... Tell me how long it takes to search a video by the name to see whether its on snotr or not before posting it... THAT simple...

Or you are tellin' me Snotr search engine SUCKS>>>
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0 21. samxgx commented 9 years ago

@#20,
search by name? how many people have an actual name related to the video where you would think of when given another name?

example?
http://www.snotr.com/video/3934
Eddie Izzard standup
you kinda have to find it by: stonehenge

sure Subject / Description search would be nice... but hey it's the titlers fault somehow too
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+2 22. defade commented 9 years ago

That is most likely an anti sub depth charge
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+1 23. max2000 commented 9 years ago

@22 nope, i'm pretty sure that's the common 500lbs anti-bunker classic bomb, that's why so old the movie, it has been classified :(|)
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0 24. Highherodynamic commented 9 years ago

It might be the french testing a mini atomic bomb near the Marianne Islands !

I don't know only a guess. Because guyz in the video are talking french.

I doubt there are a lot of places where you could set off a bomb !!

Anyway crazy shit !
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0 25. c0mmanderKeen commented 9 years ago

#7 No sea floor, not possible. Takes much longer to rise no matter how big the bomb was ^^ Looks more like part of the explosive chemicals to me like some phosphor compound perhaps.

or its sea floor and this is a very shallow area. which wouldnt be nice because now its all dead.
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+3 26. kaketoe commented 9 years ago

I can tell you guys a little about this.
This is a French Minehunter. Also known as "Alkmaarklasse"
If you search that name on wiki you will find the Duch ships.
Thats becausse the Dutch, French and Belgium have the same ships(i'm talking about the mine hunting)
I don't know how the french call there ships but they are the same.
And about this movie, this was not a test or just random Fun explosion..
The story is like this:
They found a couple of old aircraft bombs, so they lay down about 100kg of explosion(or 18kg depends) with a small underwator sub.
And they ignited it from a distance. Problem was under all the sand and rocks there were more then just the bombs they saw on there Radar. Thats why the explosion is so big. It was a dumping place not just a lost bomb or something.

This was told to me from someone on my ship. I sailed also on the Alkmaarklasse ships, bin in the Marine myself ;) So nothing new for me to see big explosions.
We "hunt" with Radars underwater for explosions to find.
If we do we ignite them with a "small" explosion beside it.
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-2 27. valerion commented 9 years ago

Utter pointless if you ask me. Destrooying the most marveless element on our planet, just so they can check if a weapon they know works, works!!
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+1 28. kaketoe commented 9 years ago

@ valerion
I know what you mean, but the work i did was to prevent people like you or ships that brings food and oil to you are save.
There are Sooo much bombs in the oceans/sea.
The only thing we do is to clear the route ships go. And fischer's can go home save.
It's a fact that there are allot of places they used to drop there scrap into the ocean. We just try to make it save, and the only option is then to blow them up.
And if there are too much fish or something else then we move the bomb to explode it somewhere else.
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0 29. lockandload commented 9 years ago

that was a beautiful explosion, nice effect
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+1 30. richardleed commented 9 years ago

It's no wonder our sealife is dying is mass doses.