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(Some Guy)   Oh, nothing. Just a giant asteroid that might hit us on March 21st   (livefreelivenatural.com) divider line 36
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2014-03-14 12:02:53 PM
7 votes:
2014-03-14 01:46:23 PM
5 votes:
Never heard of that site. Let's see what else they report on!

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2014-03-14 01:39:49 PM
5 votes:
Wow, that's some shiatty reporting right there.

- It was "first observed on August 24 by Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research Program (LINEAR), based in Socorro, New Mexico"; implying that it was discovered in Aug 2013. But the name, 2003 QQ47 shows that it was discovered in 2003.

- The article, posted on March 14th (today), warns of a possible collision on March 21, 2014 (a week from now). Yet it cites scientists saying "As additional observations are made over the coming months, and the uncertainties decrease, asteroid 2003 QQ47 is likely to drop down the Torino scale."; so either the quote is months out of date, or the scientists are fully expecting it not to collide with earth.

I actually feel less informed after reading that.
2014-03-14 01:33:52 PM
5 votes:
I hope the first thing it hits is they gut who built that website.
2014-03-14 02:01:48 PM
2 votes:
If I ever find one of these people who keeps writing these "OMG WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE" articles, I will kick them in the shins and shove a loaf of bread in their eyes.
2014-03-14 01:55:43 PM
2 votes:
That isn't an asteroid. It's the first of many radioactive bombs from Gamilon.

i.imgur.com
2014-03-14 01:54:43 PM
2 votes:
FTFA: "An asteroid around two-thirds of a mile wide..."

What an asteroid around two-thirds of a mile wide might look like according to TFA :

livefreelivenatural.com

/seems legit
2014-03-14 01:38:56 PM
2 votes:
The newly-discovered asteroid, known as 2003 QQ47
 lifeinblush.com
2014-03-14 12:37:24 PM
2 votes:

Donnchadha: Just FYI .... the asteroid was determined not to be any threat at all back in 2003 shortly after initial discovery.

In fact, it's so low on the scale that NASA's NEO project hasn't even been monitoring it since then.


ARE YOU DOUBTING THE VERACITY OF STATEMENTS MADE BY LIVEFREELIVENATURAL.COM!
2014-03-14 12:04:18 PM
2 votes:
Just FYI .... the asteroid was determined not to be any threat at all back in 2003 shortly after initial discovery.

In fact, it's so low on the scale that NASA's NEO project hasn't even been monitoring it since then.
2014-03-14 10:09:26 PM
1 votes:
images.spaceref.com
The asteroid has been given a classification - known as a "Torino hazard rating" of one - defining it as "an event meriting careful monitoring."
2014-03-14 04:39:43 PM
1 votes:
Can I do anything about it?
No?

Okay, back to fapping.
2014-03-14 04:35:47 PM
1 votes:
The number of close calls, cosmically speaking, when put into proportion with our very short existence on earth, means that in the grand scope of things we're already dead.

So, something, something, tgif party
2014-03-14 03:08:11 PM
1 votes:

durbnpoisn: Slaves2Darkness: ecmoRandomNumbers: Let me guess, it's going to "just miss us" at a distance of like 6 times the distance of the Moon.

*yawn*

No it is going to pass between the Earth and the Moon. I call dibs on the Sorceress.

Consider what would happen if it HIT the moon.  If it didn't cause any damage, it would look pretty frikkin' awesome!  But if it broke the moon apart, we would be so completely screwed!


LORDS OF LIGHT!

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2014-03-14 02:43:32 PM
1 votes:
static.guim.co.uk

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2014-03-14 02:16:34 PM
1 votes:

Bermuda59: We need you all. Service guarantees citizenship


Would you like to know more?
2014-03-14 02:11:09 PM
1 votes:

Zasteva: - The article, posted on March 14th (today), warns of a possible collision on March 21, 2014 (a week from now). Yet it cites scientists saying "As additional observations are made over the coming months, and the uncertainties decrease, asteroid 2003 QQ47 is likely to drop down the Torino scale."; so either the quote is months out of date, or the scientists are fully expecting it not to collide with earth.


Maybe the budget for asteroid tracking is so low, the new method of determining whether an asteroid is going to hit is to wait until a couple of months after it is due to hit, and then look outside - if the sky is still thick with ejecta and there is 30ft of snow over a land scoured by a giant tsunami and firestorm, then it means the asteroid was on a collision course.
2014-03-14 02:06:42 PM
1 votes:

dbirchall: HulkHands: http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news138.html

Donnchadha: Just FYI .... the asteroid was determined not to be any threat at all back in 2003 shortly after initial discovery.

In fact, it's so low on the scale that NASA's NEO project hasn't even been monitoring it since then.

Yes, these.  As soon as I saw "2003 QQ47" I knew it wasn't something discovered in 2013.

Old news is so exciting?


At FreeLiveNatural.whatever, time is but an illusion...
2014-03-14 02:03:27 PM
1 votes:

Nana's Vibrator: oK, line it up ladies.  This is your last chance to have crazy sex with me.  And as the structural wheels of society crumble around us leading to our chaotic demise, our sex will only get crazier.  Who's first?


Now, see, that's how you *DON'T* advertise, because you're saying the really good stuff is going to come later, so that gives them incentive to wait.

If you were a salesman, and you were selling widgets, would you tell your customers that a new and improved widget was due to be released soon?  Of course not, because that gives them a reason to not buy a widget *TODAY*.

That's exactly what you are doing, convincing the ladies to postpone the crazy sex because it'll be better later.
2014-03-14 01:57:56 PM
1 votes:
I have this bank account in Ethiopia that has $20M dollars in it. I want to spread this cash around the world so that it won't all be in one place when the asteroid hits. Would you be willing to give me your bank account information so that I can deposit some of the money in it. I will be forgiving you 2.5% for your effort trouble.
2014-03-14 01:53:42 PM
1 votes:

Slaves2Darkness: ecmoRandomNumbers: Let me guess, it's going to "just miss us" at a distance of like 6 times the distance of the Moon.

*yawn*

No it is going to pass between the Earth and the Moon. I call dibs on the Sorceress.


Once you go mok, you never go bock
2014-03-14 01:51:09 PM
1 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: Let me guess, it's going to "just miss us" at a distance of like 6 times the distance of the Moon.

*yawn*


No it is going to pass between the Earth and the Moon. I call dibs on the Sorceress.
2014-03-14 01:47:43 PM
1 votes:

Sybarite: Great, it had to wait until spring. Why couldn't it have hit when I had to start my car in the morning at -9, and I was just praying for death's sweet release.


heh.  same here.  only it was 29 below.

/as an aside, i used to make a 1,200 mile roadtrip every two weeks, driving straight thru for 600 miles one way.  i often pondered...if i knew that my trip would end in a fatal carcrash, would i want it to happen at the end, or the beginning?
2014-03-14 01:47:06 PM
1 votes:

Zasteva: Wow, that's some shiatty reporting right there.

- It was "first observed on August 24 by Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research Program (LINEAR), based in Socorro, New Mexico"; implying that it was discovered in Aug 2013. But the name, 2003 QQ47 shows that it was discovered in 2003.

- The article, posted on March 14th (today), warns of a possible collision on March 21, 2014 (a week from now). Yet it cites scientists saying "As additional observations are made over the coming months, and the uncertainties decrease, asteroid 2003 QQ47 is likely to drop down the Torino scale."; so either the quote is months out of date, or the scientists are fully expecting it not to collide with earth.

I actually feel less informed after reading that.


And the website features handy-dandy charts at the bottom featuring the prices of gold & silver for your end-times shopping convenience.
2014-03-14 01:44:25 PM
1 votes:

OregonVet: Wook: Article:
"But they say the probability of the asteroid hitting Earth is just 1 in 909,000 and the risk of impact is likely to decrease as they collect more information. "

Isn't it great tho, that by merely collecting information we can nullify a global threat?


Zasteva: Wow, that's some shiatty reporting right there.

- It was "first observed on August 24 by Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research Program (LINEAR), based in Socorro, New Mexico"; implying that it was discovered in Aug 2013. But the name, 2003 QQ47 shows that it was discovered in 2003.

- The article, posted on March 14th (today), warns of a possible collision on March 21, 2014 (a week from now). Yet it cites scientists saying "As additional observations are made over the coming months, and the uncertainties decrease, asteroid 2003 QQ47 is likely to drop down the Torino scale."; so either the quote is months out of date, or the scientists are fully expecting it not to collide with earth.

I actually feel less informed after reading that.


Mr. Twain couldn't agree with you anymore.

"If you don't read the newspaper, you're uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you're mis-informed."

-Mark Twain
2014-03-14 01:44:09 PM
1 votes:

Wook: Article:
"But they say the probability of the asteroid hitting Earth is just 1 in 909,000 and the risk of impact is likely to decrease as they collect more information. "


They probably got that from the original 2003 article


//Juses, now they are greelighting other peoples repeats......
2014-03-14 01:42:01 PM
1 votes:
And I COULD have sex with Kate Mara on March 21, but it's pretty unlikely.

/then I read the other "articles" on the sight and saw it's a tinfoil hat type place
2014-03-14 01:39:07 PM
1 votes:

cirby: "But they say the probability of the asteroid hitting Earth is just 1 in 909,000 and the risk of impact is likely to decrease as they collect more information. "

Thank goodness it's not one in a million, or we'd be doomed for sure!


encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
2014-03-14 01:38:09 PM
1 votes:

haemaker: Donnchadha: Just FYI .... the asteroid was determined not to be any threat at all back in 2003 shortly after initial discovery.

In fact, it's so low on the scale that NASA's NEO project hasn't even been monitoring it since then.

ARE YOU DOUBTING THE VERACITY OF STATEMENTS MADE BY LIVEFREELIVENATURAL.COM!


I picture a nudist camp.
2014-03-14 01:37:52 PM
1 votes:
We need you all. Service guarantees citizenship
2014-03-14 01:37:21 PM
1 votes:

HulkHands: http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news138.html


Donnchadha: Just FYI .... the asteroid was determined not to be any threat at all back in 2003 shortly after initial discovery.

In fact, it's so low on the scale that NASA's NEO project hasn't even been monitoring it since then.


Yes, these.  As soon as I saw "2003 QQ47" I knew it wasn't something discovered in 2013.

Old news is so exciting?
2014-03-14 01:35:31 PM
1 votes:
"But they say the probability of the asteroid hitting Earth is just 1 in 909,000 and the risk of impact is likely to decrease as they collect more information. "

Thank goodness it's not one in a million, or we'd be doomed for sure!
2014-03-14 01:34:39 PM
1 votes:
Persian New Year is March 21st. Coincidence?
No! Sending that monkey into space was all part of the mission... The monkey didn't just "die" he was silenced because he knew the TRUTH.
2014-03-14 01:32:37 PM
1 votes:
No that doesn't work, I have a company lunch that afternoon. Asteroid, we're going to have to reschedule.
2014-03-14 12:15:27 PM
1 votes:
Great, it had to wait until spring. Why couldn't it have hit when I had to start my car in the morning at -9, and I was just praying for death's sweet release.
2014-03-14 12:07:19 PM
1 votes:
media.tumblr.com
 
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