#1
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/99942_Apophis

So Pit, what do you think about it? Do you think it will hit us? Do you think it will come again in 2036, after it nears us in 2029?

I personally don't know what to think. If it turns out it's going to hit us, I might as well do a bunch of crazy shit before I die. If it doesn't, big deal.

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Well, it says on that page the probability is very small, so I'm not worrying about it.

EDIT: The chances are 1 in 250,000. I feel pretty safe
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I doubt it will, if it would I have a feeling that more information would be posted a few years prior to its impact
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Your odds of Earth being hit by an asteroid are better than your odds at winning the lottery. Who would've thought.
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Your odds of Earth being hit by an asteroid are better than your odds at winning the lottery. Who would've thought.


Kinda sad eh?
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inb4 pit astrophysicists.
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If it does then it does, it's not like it's gonna be a slow death for anyone.
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#8
It's going to be about 2.5 times the power of krakatoa? So the climate will probably change a decent amount, but no civilization ending (I would think). Also I checked the path of risk and I'm a pretty huge distance away from it
#9
Ehh, it doesn't freak me out too much. I'm sure more precise information will come up about it in the future, I'll decide then. For now, the chances don't seem very high, I'm far from the path of risk, and the effects don't seem too detrimental. If it does hit, I'm sure there will be some impact on the world, but not as fatal as conspiracy theorists who survive 2012 are going to make it out to be.
#10
If I worried about odds like that, I couldn't drive. Or eat any food I hadn't personally boiled for an hour first. Or have sex. Or turn on an electrical device. Or...well, breathe.
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If I worried about odds like that, I couldn't drive. Or eat any food I hadn't personally boiled for an hour first. Or have sex. Or turn on an electrical device. Or...well, breathe.


Your odds of dying from not breathing are MUCH higher than your odds of dying from breathing.
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Your odds of dying from not breathing are MUCH higher than your odds of dying from breathing.


Source?
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Try both for twenty minutes. Then ask me for a source.
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