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lol you ppl are funny
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Well if it does then it means I won't have to put up with exams in Jan.
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lol you ppl are funny
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What were you expecting? "Yes, it's true"?
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ermmm im not sure....lol
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lol being a statto, 1 in 4 chance is quite high actually! 0.25!!!!!! depends on the size tho doesn't it. if it is gonna wipe us out then surely govnmnt wudve warned us etc etc. no worries. chillllllllllll
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(Original post by gossip_girl)
a comet has a one in four chance (1/4) of hitting earth on December 31st around middnight according to many experienced well known Astrophisists (scientists who specialise in the planets)
midnight where?
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we might bbe luky. and who said it was bigger than the size of a tennis ball?
it will probably be the size af a chiuwawa's (i can't spell) head.
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On the 31st December of which year?


And I'm all for the virgins in heaven myself...
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woow so no externals.
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har de har har we are all going to die.Hmmm this is rather jolly! Baileys anyone?
imminent comet, splendid british wintertime...

I MAKE THAT PIMMS O CLOCK
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OK then....lets sort the obvious bs from the truth

The asteroid is 2004 MN4, and the "posssible collision" time is April 2029

Asteroid chance of hitting (current): 1.6%

But most likely after few years it will wander form its course by a significant amount and thus pose no problems at all. Think about it! over 20 years for its orbit to go yet, plenty of time for its natural deviations.
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OK then....lets sort the obvious bs from the truth

The asteroid is 2004 MN4, and the "posssible collision" time is April 2029

Asteroid chance of hitting (current): 1.6%

But most likely after few years it will wander form its course by a significant amount and thus pose no problems at all. Think about it! over 20 years for its orbit to go yet, plenty of time for its natural deviations.
Time to pour another drink then! I personally would sit and watch the fireworks. Oooh pretty lights.
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