Friday, December 21, 2012

We'll Never Know What Hit Us

Will we again be hit by the sort of asteroid that ended the dinosaurs? Probably, but we'll never see it coming; in fact, we already missed it if we can assume that maybe we've been threatened by menacing space junk in the past and our modern technologies might have already prevented us from a painful case of mass extinction.

Why? Well, first of all, do you think it would be a great idea for our association of paternalistic world governments to share this sort of information with their respective populaces, us? Do you think we'd all come together and unite as the Human Race or do you think that each Nation State would, instead, lose completely the tenuous control they have of us, their people, us.

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Astroids...You Must See This Website it's amazing...

"the Internet allows us to do some mind blowing things when it comes to visualizing data, and this website is one example. The link takes you to an amazing three-dimensional visualization of 580,000 known asteroids throughout our solar system. " Our asteroids. Our solar system. Our galaxy. (Asterank)

Asterank, which created the map, used estimations of asteroid mass and composition from multiple scientific source to assess the relative commercial value of each asteroid. Based upon factors such as future proximity to Earth, the company also created a database of which asteroids might be most profitable to mine.
Some asteroids, the company says, have an estimated profit of more than $1 trillion.
See The Universe as You Never Have Before Click Link Below

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