Disasterous Asterous Is Not Past Us

It’s things like this that give conspiracy theorists a bad name.

THE asteroid won’t arrive until Tuesday.

The closest approach is expected to be at 3:33 a.m. ET.

The asteroid TU24 is one of an estimated 7,000 so-called near-Earth objects.

An actual collision of a similar-size object with Earth occurs on average every 37,000 years.

Spotted in October by the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona, TU24 is estimated to be 500 to 2,000 feet long.

If you can’t tust a conspiracy theorist to get the DATE right, let alone the time, why bother?

I will go to bed tonight and sleep well, knowing that I am safe as long as I have my tin-foil hat on.

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Disasterous Asterous Is Not Past Us — 13 Comments

  1. @The Absurdist: I’m focusing on near term, didn’t you hear? there is a school bus headed our way! Now you tell me there is another aster-blaster? Tell me more.