@phantomshepherdmanga: Its better than citing an unreliable source and using it just because it benefits you which is intellectually dishonest especially in the scientific community. Stop acting all high and mighty like "Science" is on your side when all you've done is internet-warrior your way at me and expect me not to be able to respond.
it doesn't matter if you are looking at it again or not, stating it is with no scientific source for your claim is the manifestation of what an opinion means
@you too buddy
It's not a hill, science agrees with me on that. It resembles a bluff which does put it at lower than mountain level, but higher than hill-level for sure. That's just the structure though, the blast itself is much larger than the bluff. It definitely constitutes a small-mountain level explosion or higher.
I'm not gonna take your "all the facts are on my side" mentality when you haven't actually presented a single shred of your own evidence.