Looks like by this time next week, the earth will be enveloped in a dust cloud, and pummeled by comets and big debris for a couple of weeks, then whacked by the big one on 6/27 or 6/28. Nice knowin ya, kids!
Friday, Jun 4th 2004 (12:01am)
The Sun should lay off the refried beans! "It's like the Earth is looking right down the barrel of a giant gun pointed at us by the sun...and it's taken two big shots at us," said John Kohl of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
Thursday, Oct 30th 2003 (2:17pm)
So the sun has gastric problems. Last week it farted a small solar flare and it disrupted some airline communications. This passing of gas, which scientists observed as the biggest such explosion in 30 years shortly before 6 a.m. EST Tuesday. It produced a particle cloud 13 times larger than Earth and hurtled through the solar system at more than 1 million miles per hour. It should hit us with full impact today (Wednesday) and last for 24 hours.
Wednesday, Oct 29th 2003 (8:17am)
An asteroid about the size of a small house passed just 88,000 kilometres from the Earth by on Saturday 27 September - the closest approach of a natural object ever recorded. Geostationary communication satellites circle the Earth 42,000km from the planet's centre.
Saturday, Oct 4th 2003 (12:06am)
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The Zetas predict that the 12th Planet will pass closest between the Earth and the Sun in late Spring or early Summer of 2003, probably May or June. At that time, the earth, being completely overwhelmed by the gravitational influence of the 12th Planet, will stop rotating completely for 3 days or so.
Wednesday, Jun 4th 2003 (1:52pm)
There are countless ways that this whole existance thingy of ours could come to an end - and over at Exit Mundi, they explore a good portion of them. This link will keep you awake for a few nights - great stuff!
Wednesday, Apr 30th 2003 (12:03am)
The sun is overheating and will soon blow up... taking Earth and the rest of the solar system with it, scientists warn. The alert was issued after an international satellite photographed a massive explosion on the surface of the Sun that sent a plume of fire 30 times longer than the diameter of Earth blasting into space.
Thursday, Oct 3rd 2002 (12:26am)
Godzilla Vs. Hedorah (1971)
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