Monday, June 26, 2006

Giant Asteroid heads toward Earth.

July 3rd marks the passing of an Asteroid close to the Earth's orbit. There's no need to panic and run for the hills, but it's always a good excuse to run over to some pretty girl, tell her it's your last minute on Earth, and then kiss her. Then run away.

Don't Worry Ladies-I'll Protect You!

The Asteroid, known by its stage name Asteroid 2004 XP14, is about 1/2 mile wide and will serve as fodder for astronomers for years to come as it swings past the moon's orbit at 268,624-miles (432,308 km), or just 1.1 times the Moon's average distance from Earth. Also, I have included an article by Dave & Thomas in reaction to a guy that wrote "10 Ways to Destroy Earth." Enjoy!

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