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Giant Hole Appears At 'the End Of The World' In Siberia

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/giant-hole-appears-at-the-end-of-the-world-in-siberia-9609728.html

A mysterious crater has appeared at the “end of the world” in Siberia, leaving a pit 80m wide and so deep it has not yet been measured.

Researchers are being dispatched to investigate the hole, which has confounded scientists with its dramatic appearance.

Some have speculated it could have been made by a meteorite striking earth, an underground explosion, or is a sinkhole caused by collapsing rock, the Siberian Times reported.

One imaginative online commenter claimed it could even be evidence “of the arrival of a UFO craft” to the planet.

The area’s name, Yamal, translates as the “end of the world” and the remote peninsula reaches into the Arctic Ocean.

It holds some of Russia’s largest gas reserves and the crater appeared less than 20 miles from the biggest gas field, Bovanenkovo.

The dark colour of the crater’s sides was said in a Zvezda TV report to indicate “temperature processes” or burning.

A very large sink hole?

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Near to where they've been extracting gas from somewhere underground. We get subsidence in mining areas too. Even sometimes those where mining ceased upwards of a century ago. :ph34r:

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A mysterious crater has appeared at the “end of the world” in Siberia, leaving a pit 80m wide and so deep it has not yet been measured.

To accurately measure the depth of a mysterious crater, I suggest using the Tony Blair Depth Scale. (TBDS™)

To use the TBDS™, simply drop Tony Blair into the hole and count (quietly) until you hear a thud.

If Tony Blair survives, the hole's depth on the TBDS™ is "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair" and other mysterious craters should be sought.

If he dies, the hole is "Deep enough to kill Tony Blair"

The reason for the counting is unclear, but doing it quietly will allow you to hear the thud.

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To accurately measure the depth of a mysterious crater, I suggest using the Tony Blair Depth Scale. (TBDS™)

To use the TBDS™, simply drop Tony Blair into the hole and count (quietly) until you hear a thud.

If Tony Blair survives, the hole's depth on the TBDS™ is "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair" and other mysterious craters should be sought.

If he dies, the hole is "Deep enough to kill Tony Blair"

The reason for the counting is unclear, but doing it quietly will allow you to hear the thud.

Hi

Hope you can help. This is my first time using a Tony Blair.

Does one attach a rope to re-use the Tony Blair, or is it a use once and throw away product.

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Hi,

It depends how many mysterious craters you plan on measuring.

A rope is recommended for recovery purposes in the event that the hole be "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair". You can then re-use your Tony Blair until you find measure one that is deep enough.

If the first hole you measure is deep enough, throw in the rope then fill the mysterious crater in with heavily salted earth, immediately.

I'm developing a GwBDS, which will work in a similar way.

Rgds,

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To accurately measure the depth of a mysterious crater, I suggest using the Tony Blair Depth Scale. (TBDS™)

To use the TBDS™, simply drop Tony Blair into the hole and count (quietly) until you hear a thud.

If Tony Blair survives, the hole's depth on the TBDS™ is "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair" and other mysterious craters should be sought.

If he dies, the hole is "Deep enough to kill Tony Blair"

The reason for the counting is unclear, but doing it quietly will allow you to hear the thud.

This country needs more genius innovators like you. Brilliant.

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Hi,

It depends how many mysterious craters you plan on measuring.

A rope is recommended for recovery purposes in the event that the hole be "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair". You can then re-use your Tony Blair until you find measure one that is deep enough.

If the first hole you measure is deep enough, throw in the rope then fill the mysterious crater in with heavily salted earth, immediately.

I'm developing a GwBDS, which will work in a similar way.

Rgds,

Quality. B)

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To accurately measure the depth of a mysterious crater, I suggest using the Tony Blair Depth Scale. (TBDS)

To use the TBDS, simply drop Tony Blair into the hole and count (quietly) until you hear a thud.

If Tony Blair survives, the hole's depth on the TBDS is "Not deep enough to kill Tony Blair" and other mysterious craters should be sought.

If he dies, the hole is "Deep enough to kill Tony Blair"

The reason for the counting is unclear, but doing it quietly will allow you to hear the thud.

Interesting. Measure a giant hole using a giant a-hole.

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A giant invisible alien with a huge willy is using the Earth as a mastubatory sex toy?

The search is on for a five mile long nodder....

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A giant invisible alien with a huge willy is using the Earth as a mastubatory sex toy?

Would ccc?+

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