Destroyer of worlds

Old but gold, the Endor Holocaust: ‘Objects larger than a few meters will impact upon the surface. Pieces which are the size of starships will land with explosions comparable to thermonuclear detonations. Pieces which are several kilometres wide will flatten vast tracts of forest, cause tremendous groundquakes, create craters up to hundreds of kilometres wide etc. Big impacts will inject vast amounts of dust and soot into the atmosphere.’ / Adventures of a serial trespasser / Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style by Nina Katchadourian / yet another daily delivery of culture, Milk Bar Magazine / above, Claudius Ptolemaeus, Geografia cioè Descrittione Universale della Terra, 1598

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  2. Johnny says:

    I’ve been to theforce.net before but I’d never seen the Endor Holocaust page. Reading things like “It has been asked whether the total mass of the battle station’s remains was great enough so that the fireball could fall back inwards upon itself due to self-gravity…” makes me realize that I’m not the only geek in the world. Thanks!

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