What is the most destructive force in nature?



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    No single answer. See some of the many previous responses.

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    Some would suggest that a hypernovae is the most destructive force not only in nature, but in the universe. This is a type of star that collapses after only one million years, instead of the usual 10 billion year lifespan of a normal star. A hypernovae close to earth would create somewhat of a microwave effect; however, I wouldn’t lose much sleep over it.

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