Çin’in Tianjin Şehrindeki Patlamanın Ne Kadar Yıkıcı Olduğunu Gösteren 11 Fotoğraf

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1 gece önce tüm dünyayı ayağa kaldıran Tianjin’deki patlamanın yankıları hala sürüyor. Patlamayla ilgili tüm bilgiler henüz net olmasa da zaman ilerledikçe hakkında daha çok şey açığa çıkıyor. Neredeyse küçük çaplı bir deprem kadar güçlü etki yaratan bu devasa patlama şehre de büyük zararlar verdi, işte fotoğraflarla patlama sonrası Tianjin:

#1 Ölü sayısı 50 olarak açıklansa da gerçek sayının açıklanmadığı iddiaları mevcut.

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#2 Patlamanın şiddetiyle Richter ölçeğine göre 2.9 şiddetindeki bir depreme eşdeğer etki oluştu.

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#3 Patlama 21 ton TNT’nin patlatılmasıyla ortaya çıkacak enerjiye denk etki yarattı.

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#4 Patlama 10 km’lik yarıçaptaki bir alana kadar etki etti.

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#5 Kazanın nedeni olarak kimyasal atık deposunun patlaması gösteriliyor, ancak kesin neden açıklanmadı.

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#6 Patlama o kadar büyüktü ki uydu kameraları tarafından bile görüntülendi.

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#7 10 milyon nüfusa sahip kentin patlamadan az sayılabilecek bir miktarda can kaybıyla kurtulması büyük şans.

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#8 Ancak maalesef ölü sayısının ciddi şekilde yaralanan ve hayati tehlikesi bulunan insanların olmasından dolayı artma ihtimali bulunmakta.

A firefighter looks at damaged cars after a blast in a container terminal in the Binhai New Area in Tianjin, China, 13 August 2015. The terrifying videos of the massive explosion in Tianjin, China, showed the destructive power of the shock wave that shattered windows and knocked down walls far from the center of the blast. The blast is seen in the above video at 0:18, the shock wave arrives an instant before the sound of the explosion at about 0:25. The blinding flash and the mushroom cloud were seen before they were felt or heard because light travels at 671 million miles per second, exponentially faster than sound. The shock wave, which travels faster than sound (761.2 mph) shook buildings and broke windows miles away from the explosion. Early reports indicate the damage is extensive and perhaps hundreds of people are wounded. This is to be expected, because the first blast went off with the force of 3 tons of TNT, the second at 21. In the area immediately around the blast, air becomes heated and super-pressurized because of the rapidly expanding hot gases - the hot air blast also travels much faster than sound and does incredible damage in the close radius to the epicenter. The rapid expansion also creates a vacuum at the center of the explosion, which is almost instantaneously filled by the surrounding air. Thus, the "blast wind" causes buildings or people near the blast to first be pushed out, then quickly sucked back toward the collapsing void. The most severe damage occurs in the area closest to the blast. The shock wave travels through anything it touches, including buildings, the ground and even people. It begins traveling faster than the speed of sound, and though it dissipates as it moves outward, it still causes massive destruction far from the blast. Shock waves traveling through the ground create an earthquake that can cause destruction for a miles-wide radius. A reporter for China Central TV, who is at the scene, said buildings were collapsing as far

#9 Patlama nedeniyle çöp haline gelen araçların yanısıra yıkılan binaların da bulunduğu bildirildi.

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#10 Patlama nedeniyle evlerinden olan 4000 civarı insanın kalması için okul binalarında yerler hazırlandı.

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#11 Alandaki kimyasal sızıntı tehlikesine karşın 200 kimyasal madde uzmanı bölgeye gönderildi.

A damaged car is seen on a road after a blast in a container terminal nearby in the Binhai New Area in Tianjin, China, 13 August 2015. The terrifying videos of the massive explosion in Tianjin, China, showed the destructive power of the shock wave that shattered windows and knocked down walls far from the center of the blast. The blast is seen in the above video at 0:18, the shock wave arrives an instant before the sound of the explosion at about 0:25. The blinding flash and the mushroom cloud were seen before they were felt or heard because light travels at 671 million miles per second, exponentially faster than sound. The shock wave, which travels faster than sound (761.2 mph) shook buildings and broke windows miles away from the explosion. Early reports indicate the damage is extensive and perhaps hundreds of people are wounded. This is to be expected, because the first blast went off with the force of 3 tons of TNT, the second at 21. In the area immediately around the blast, air becomes heated and super-pressurized because of the rapidly expanding hot gases - the hot air blast also travels much faster than sound and does incredible damage in the close radius to the epicenter. The rapid expansion also creates a vacuum at the center of the explosion, which is almost instantaneously filled by the surrounding air. Thus, the "blast wind" causes buildings or people near the blast to first be pushed out, then quickly sucked back toward the collapsing void. The most severe damage occurs in the area closest to the blast. The shock wave travels through anything it touches, including buildings, the ground and even people. It begins traveling faster than the speed of sound, and though it dissipates as it moves outward, it still causes massive destruction far from the blast. Shock waves traveling through the ground create an earthquake that can cause destruction for a miles-wide radius. A reporter for China Central TV, who is at the scene, said buildings were collapsing as
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