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3 answers regarding a Doomsday Asteroid
posted April 28 2011 19:34.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There is at least one asteroid somewhere in our universe that is coming to us. It will come... It is just a question of when. An asteroid impact has be many times the inspiration for Hollywood producers in the past. With more reliability, here is astrophysicist Andy Puckett, answering 3 essential questions about this doomsday asteroid...
- Will an asteroid smack into us anytime soon?
- If an asteroid is comming can we blow it up?
- What can we do against a doomsday asteroid?

Watch the following video to find out the answers yourselves.

[Link: Discovery News]
Tags: asteroid   space related   science   extreme   revealed   unsolved mystery   research   

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  • At 29 April 2011, 0:07:06 user ZZZ wrote:   [reply @ ZZZ]
    • Didnt watch the vid, but my personal belief is its coming... But the good news is we cant do a thing about it! YAY!

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