Thursday, March 15, 2007

July 28, 2061

That's the date when Halley's Comet will next visit the skies above our planet. And thanks to a news story today, I'll have an excellent chance of being here to see it happen.

Study Links Sense of Humor, Survival

Unless, of course, we get hit by a meteor before then.

Asteroid Apophis Comes Close

Hmm... while waiting for a comet? That's some strong situational irony.

However, if you're worried about a big rock from the sky ending your life, head on over to the NASA/Jet Propulsion Lab website, where they keep tabs on all the big pieces of rock floating around our solar system near earth.

Near Earth Object Program

There's enough math there to make anyone believe that anything this boring couldn't possibly be earth-ending.

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