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2561 clicks; posted to STEM » on 18 Oct 2020 at 3:05 PM (8 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-10-18 1:00:40 PM  
The window A/C I've been watching on Amazon is down $90.00 today, but I guess I can wait to see if we will have a next Summer.
 
2020-10-18 1:14:31 PM  
That asteroid is the size of a refrigerator.  It won't do much even if it does hit us.
 
2020-10-18 1:27:54 PM  
FTA: "Neil deGrasse Tyson is waring earthlings..."

War of the Worlds
, Neil?
 
2020-10-18 1:28:22 PM  
Wonder who he stole that line from?
 
2020-10-18 1:35:06 PM  

Kornchex: That asteroid is the size of a refrigerator.  It won't do much even if it does hit us.


That size?  It won't even make it to the ground, might give a brief light show.
 
2020-10-18 3:23:16 PM  
"waring earthlings" is a typo. He's wearing earthlings.
 
2020-10-18 3:38:27 PM  
The guy thinks he's the world's deepest thinker but I think he's just an attention whore.
 
2020-10-18 3:48:12 PM  

Mollari: Kornchex: That asteroid is the size of a refrigerator.  It won't do much even if it does hit us.

That size?  It won't even make it to the ground, might give a brief light show.


Even if it's solid nickel-iron?
 
2020-10-18 3:49:57 PM  
Neil deGrasse Tyson?   More like Feel datAss Tyson, amirite?
 
2020-10-18 3:56:12 PM  

dittybopper: Neil deGrasse Tyson?   More like Feel datAss Tyson, amirite?


This person is complaining about not being taken seriously and then goes on to use the word Blackademic all over the place.
 
2020-10-18 4:05:24 PM  
"waring earthlings"?

I would have thought the Tyrell Corporation made better Earthlings than a blender company that was bought by Conair.
 
2020-10-18 4:14:07 PM  
The size of a refrigerator, you say?

Should we nuke it?
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2020-10-18 4:21:59 PM  

Russ1642: dittybopper: Neil deGrasse Tyson?   More like Feel datAss Tyson, amirite?

This person is complaining about not being taken seriously and then goes on to use the word Blackademic all over the place.


It's Blacula Syndrome.
 
2020-10-18 4:27:03 PM  

Courtney Cox-Zucker: The size of a refrigerator, you say?

Should we nuke it?
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That would have actually worked, just not as shown in the film.  The fridge would have been moved a few yards at most, he would have survived the radiation, thermal effects, and blast.
 
2020-10-18 4:39:50 PM  
Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee
 
2020-10-18 4:42:57 PM  
He constantly looks like he's high as a farking kite.
 
2020-10-18 4:42:58 PM  
So an asteroid might hit the US a day before the election. Damn, I better vote early as I don't want to go to my judgment without being able to say I voted against the Orange Turd.
 
2020-10-18 5:10:09 PM  
Alright so I looked up the asteroid. It's 11LD's away and only 6ft in diameter. Seriously the two pieces of space debris that are supposed to collide are more of a threat.

He needs to stop smokin deGrass.
 
2020-10-18 5:18:02 PM  
Doesn't matter, already voted. I am ready to die. Bring it biatches!
 
2020-10-18 5:21:05 PM  

question_dj: Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee


There's a talk on YouTube of Kaku in like 2013 or something talking about 'the future'. He describes online dating as if he had no idea it had already been around for several decades.
 
2020-10-18 5:33:59 PM  

Russ1642: question_dj: Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee

There's a talk on YouTube of Kaku in like 2013 or something talking about 'the future'. He describes online dating as if he had no idea it had already been around for several decades.


Dug it up. It's from 2009, after even smartphones had hit the mainstream. Here's one of the parts where you can instantly tell he's waaaaaay out of touch with the subject matter he claims he's an expert in:

"The World in 2030" by Dr. Michio Kaku
Youtube 219YybX66MY


And it goes on like this. Just like listening to your grandmother tell you that they just found out they can pay at a store using their bank card!
 
2020-10-18 5:34:40 PM  

Kornchex: That asteroid is the size of a refrigerator.  It won't do much even if it does hit us.


If it hits someone in the head they'll notice.
 
2020-10-18 5:52:37 PM  
Someone tell trump to call Bruce Willis.
 
2020-10-18 6:13:04 PM  
Isn't TMZ the one who harasses celebrities until they give them a soundbyte they can sell?

I think it is far more likely tmz chased neil down then the other way around.
 
2020-10-18 6:15:41 PM  

question_dj: Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee


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/oblig
//drtfa
 
2020-10-18 6:38:13 PM  
That one that exploded over Russia a few years ago was the size of an apartment building.  This one is refrigerator-sized?  I think the only danger is if a piece of it hits you on the head.
 
2020-10-18 6:44:39 PM  

tuxq: Alright so I looked up the asteroid. It's 11LD's away and only 6ft in diameter. Seriously the two pieces of space debris that are supposed to collide are more of a threat.

He needs to stop smokin deGrass.


Or you could have read TFA that says "the famed astrophysicist posted a photo of the giant rock hurtling toward Earth, with the caption, "asteroid 2018VP1, a refrigerator-sized space-rock, is hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 mi/hr.

and

"He goes on to say it could have a brush with Earth at an ominous time ... "It may buzz-cut Earth on Nov. 2, the day before the Presidential Election. But it's not big enough to cause harm. So if the World ends in 2020, it won't be the fault of the Universe."

They also have picture o that photo with those things that you managed to heroically discover.

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2020-10-18 7:43:45 PM  
Fearmongering, sensationalist rubbish. Exactly the sort of thing I'd expect from TMZ.

That's why like the rest of Fark, I only get my news about astronomy and astrophysics from Forbes.
 
2020-10-18 7:51:03 PM  
Neil deGrasse Tyson is warning earthlings, an asteroid may be heading for our planet before election day, but it's probably not going to kill us ... but maybe something else will.

Jesus, who wrote that shiat? I don't understand how you even get a writing job when you write like that, even if it is TMZ...
 
2020-10-18 8:31:09 PM  
Biggest danger from a rock that size is if the fireball from when it self-destructs high up in the atmosphere distracts you while you're driving and you crash.

Meteors that size hit Earth all the time, really.
 
2020-10-18 9:16:27 PM  

Russ1642: Russ1642: question_dj: Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee

There's a talk on YouTube of Kaku in like 2013 or something talking about 'the future'. He describes online dating as if he had no idea it had already been around for several decades.

Dug it up. It's from 2009, after even smartphones had hit the mainstream. Here's one of the parts where you can instantly tell he's waaaaaay out of touch with the subject matter he claims he's an expert in:

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/219YybX6​6MY?start=1150]

And it goes on like this. Just like listening to your grandmother tell you that they just found out they can pay at a store using their bank card!


I know right? I had my boomer boss telling me about he's using this new stuff CBD oil, and how great it is for pain and stress and stuff. I'm like dude, I've been a stoner for 15 years, welcome to the party, glad to have you on board!
 
2020-10-18 9:17:38 PM  
So why aren't they calling in the SPACE FORCE to save the day?
 
2020-10-18 9:20:36 PM  
but my money is on world destruction, so much so that i won't have to work another day for the rest of my life..!
 
2020-10-18 9:38:32 PM  

Tchernobog: He constantly looks like he's high as a farking kite.


duuuuuuude....

Neil Degrasse Tyson [SLOW MOTION]
Youtube jSHNyppwS5w
 
2020-10-18 10:05:23 PM  

American Decency Association: Tchernobog: He constantly looks like he's high as a farking kite.

duuuuuuude....

[YouTube video: Neil Degrasse Tyson [SLOW MOTION]]


Holy shiat lol.  That's perfect.
 
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2020-10-18 11:25:17 PM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: question_dj: Neil has reached the Michio Kaku stage of his career. Hell now say anything as long as he gets to be on the teevee

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/oblig
//drtfa


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2020-10-19 4:25:56 AM  

LewDux: tuxq: Alright so I looked up the asteroid. It's 11LD's away and only 6ft in diameter. Seriously the two pieces of space debris that are supposed to collide are more of a threat.

He needs to stop smokin deGrass.

Or you could have read TFA that says "the famed astrophysicist posted a photo of the giant rock hurtling toward Earth, with the caption, "asteroid 2018VP1, a refrigerator-sized space-rock, is hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 mi/hr.

and

"He goes on to say it could have a brush with Earth at an ominous time ... "It may buzz-cut Earth on Nov. 2, the day before the Presidential Election. But it's not big enough to cause harm. So if the World ends in 2020, it won't be the fault of the Universe."

They also have picture o that photo with those things that you managed to heroically discover.

[Fark user image image 728x546]


Are you really trying to Dennys fight me over a tmz article? Did you really think I'd read this garbage?

11 lunar distances has 0 possibility of hitting the earth.
 
2020-10-19 5:41:01 AM  

tuxq: LewDux: tuxq: Alright so I looked up the asteroid. It's 11LD's away and only 6ft in diameter. Seriously the two pieces of space debris that are supposed to collide are more of a threat.

He needs to stop smokin deGrass.

Or you could have read TFA that says "the famed astrophysicist posted a photo of the giant rock hurtling toward Earth, with the caption, "asteroid 2018VP1, a refrigerator-sized space-rock, is hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 mi/hr.

and

"He goes on to say it could have a brush with Earth at an ominous time ... "It may buzz-cut Earth on Nov. 2, the day before the Presidential Election. But it's not big enough to cause harm. So if the World ends in 2020, it won't be the fault of the Universe."

They also have picture o that photo with those things that you managed to heroically discover.

[Fark user image image 728x546]

Are you really trying to Dennys fight me over a tmz article? Did you really think I'd read this garbage?

11 lunar distances has 0 possibility of hitting the earth.


Stewart Lee - taxi driver argument
Youtube 4n-UGQcG3Jw
 
2020-10-19 7:29:30 AM  
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