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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions
A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,
vaporizing everything in our world. Within 24 hours of asteroid impact, the entire Earth will be uninhabitable. The researchers have found that this scenario has happened 6 times in Earth's history.
10 Marvel Movie Mysteries That Need Answers
10 Marvel Movie Mysteries That Need AnswersBadly In any given interconnected movie universe,there will always be a lot of narrative threads occurring at any given time. As a generalrule, they're included to leave writers with the option to go back to them in the futureif they want to but that doesn't always end up immediately being the case. Some plotthreads can be forgotten, and some can just take a lot of time to resolve. This can leave audiences with a lot of questions and not all of them end up being answered. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is no exceptionto this.
Thirteen movies have been released in theMCU to date and there have been loads of plot threads that writers have yet to go back to.Granted, we know that some of them will be revisited, but not all of them will be, andit can be frustrating having to wait to see them resolved in either case. On that note,here are ten Marvel movies mysteries that need answers badly (and please bear in mindthere are spoilers for Captain America: Civil War in this tutorial). What Are The Infinity War Movies Going ToBe Calledé At the start of May in 2016, it was revealedby director brothers Anthony and Joe Russo
that the two Avengers: Infinity War movieswill be renamed before they are released in 2018 and 2019 respectively. But what willthey be renamed toé The only clue the Russos gave about the new names is that they wouldbe different to each other and not just called quot;Part Onequot; and quot;Part Twoquot; any more. This isextremely intriguing, but with no timescale on the renaming being given, fans of the MarvelCinematic Universe are going to have to be patient for an answer to that question.What Actually Happened To The Red Skullé At the end of 2011's Captain America: TheFirst Avenger, Hugo Weaving's Red Skull attempted to handle the Tesseract and met his demise but exactly what kind of demise was ité
The immediate assumption was that he had died,but the Tesseract is the Infinity Stone that enables travel across the universe, so wasthe Red Skull simply transported to a distant location in the cosmosé He has yet to reemergein the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but speculation about a possible return has been rife foryears. Should he ever return, fans of the franchise would finally learn exactly whathappened to him. Does Atlantis Exist In The MCUéTowards the end of 2010's Iron Man 2, Tony Stark receives a debriefing from Nick Furyat a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility. In the room are a number of hightech computer screens withimportant information displayed on them. One
of the screens has a map of the world on itwith a number of key locations highlighted on it; these include Wakanda and what appearsto be Atlantis. Wakanda has, of course, been confirmed to exist in the MCU, but six yearson we still haven't seen Atlantis introduced. Does it actually exist in the MCUé It wouldbe very cool if it does, because we might get to see the introduction of Namor the SubMariner,but who knows if we'll ever find outé Where Is The Real Mandariné2013's Iron Man 3 introduced a villain that caused a lot of anger among comic book moviefans. The Mandarin was initially believed to be the same bad guy who so famously fightsIron Man on a regular basis in the comics,
but Iron Man 3 put a controversial twist onthe character. The Mandarin was revealed to be a ruse portrayed by bumbling British actorTrevor Slattery, created to allow Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian to go about his villainousbusiness undisturbed. However, Marvel Studios backtracked due to the fan reaction, and revealedin the Marvel OneShot All Hail the King that the real Mandarin is still out there. Butwhere is heé Are we ever going to see himé Only time will tell, but it doesn't look likelyat the moment. How Does Erik Selvig Know So MuchéIn 2013's Thor: The Dark World, Stellan SkarsgÃ¥rd's Erik Selvig was revealed to have been drivenmad by the events of 2012's The Avengers a
Top 10 Strongest Marvel Heroes Villains TopTenzNet
Top 10 Strongest Marvel Characters 10. Armando MuÃ±oz â€“ AKA Darwin To quote his movie counterpart, Darwin isa mutant who â€œadapts to survive.â€� Simply put, his body will adapt instantaneously sothat he won't come to harm. Throw him into water and he'll grow gills. Hit him withan axe and his body will turn into diamond with tiny middle fingers etched onto it. Insituations when Darwin needs to suplex cars and punt cinderblocks into orbit, his bodycan similarly adapt to grant him superhuman strength, the limits of which are unknown.Hell, even the Marvel wiki merely states that
â€œDarwin is as strong as he needs to beâ€�.Suggesting that he could, theoretically, be as strong as he wants. But Darwin can't control his power, so itrarely works out this way. For example, when Darwin was fighting the Hulk, rather thanadapting to grant him the ability to deliver thunderous, Randy Savageesque elbow dropsfrom the heavens, his body adapted the ability to teleport and transported him away fromthe fight. (World War Hulk: XMen 3) Greatest feat of strength: During a fight with Hela, a literal god ofDeath with the ability to shatter titanium
TRex skulls with a flick of her wrist, Darwintouched her and instead of instantly dying like everyone else, gained all of her powersand became a god of death himself. (XFactor 212) 9. Godzilla â€“ AKA King of the Monsters Before you rush of to check Google, yes, Godzillais technically a Marvel character and he kicked some serious ass while Marvel had the rightsto use his likeness in the '70s. While he's only appeared in handful of comics over theyears, Godzilla was variously shown as being strong enough to lift entire buildings withease, stop the Hulk by stomping on him, and
match an early '70s hair metal Thor in atest of strength when the pair both tried to push the Empire State Building (which weighs365,000 tons) on top of one another (Godzilla, King of the Monsters 23). Why Godzilla didn'tjust use his vast size to simply fall on Thor and crush him is proof to us that Godzillajust liked doing things the hard way. Sadly since then, a bunch of the charactersGodzilla fought have become exponentially stronger as time has gone on. As a result,many of his more impressive feats like punching highways to dust and backhanding Iron Manacross a city block just don't hold up to the more modern feats of brute strength fromeven thirdtier heroes and villains.
Greatest feat of strength: Suplexing an entire island filled with giantdinosaurs, including one he stabs in the face with his atomic fire breath, on the coverof the comic. ( Godzilla, King of the Monsters 22) 8. Adam Brashear â€“ AKA Blue Marvel Saddled with a name that would invariablyend up with him being â€œrandomlyâ€� screened at 90% of American airports, Blue Marvel isa hero with a longer list of powers than Superman's dog (not a typo). Along with being imperviousto most damage and being able to somehow breathe
in space, Blue Marvel is also sufficientlystrong enough to nearly split the moon in two by punching it in the face. (Adam: Legendof the Blue Marvel 2) Not good enough for youé Well then you certainlywon't be impressed by that time he also flew into space and dropkicked a meteor thesize of an American state out of the Earth's way, off panel. (Adam: Legend of the BlueMarvel 1) Greatest feat of strength: While Blue Marvel has accomplished some trulyastounding feats of strength over the years, our personal favorite is probably that onetime he weathered a series of punches from