SpdrJay: It would be like yesterday in Russia, but with more pizazz?
Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: It's only 150 feet across. Yes, it's moving very fast, but unless it was a direct hit on a major city, the deaths probably wouldn't reach 100.
devilEther: they're downplaying this, if it hit it would split earth in two
jehovahs witness protection: Hopefully it would hit some terrible place like the Mideast, North Africa or Detroit.
UberDave: Most people would disappear. Those that were left would be normal humans and psychopathic, murderous, nutcases with a short life span. The nutcases would soon die off and the normal humans would survive but have a strange affinity for vector-graphics video games like Tempest.
Wadded Beef: It would never happen. We still have oil drillers who can out-engineer NASA's best, land on the asteroid, blow it up and queue present-day Aerosmith.
Odd Bird: SpdrJay: It would be like yesterday in Russia, but with more pizazz?I couldn't find a thread for that, was there one?
Mega Steve: Every radio station on the planet starts playing shiatty Aerosmith songs over and over again?
AnotherOldFart: [wemeantwell.com image 424x524]How does showing a picture of a politician help?
SpectroBoy: Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: It's only 150 feet across. Yes, it's moving very fast, but unless it was a direct hit on a major city, the deaths probably wouldn't reach 100.Then again, the actual scientists (fta) said this:This means that an asteroid like this would likely explode in the air, releasing the energy equivalent of about138 atomic bombs like the one that the Boeing B-29 SuperfortressEnola Gay dropped over Hiroshima on August 9, 1945My guess is that if you explode the equivalent of 138 atomic bombs in ANY populated area, even a small town, deaths would be numerous.
Theory Of Null: If it landed in in Best Korea, they would go ape shiat and blame us.
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