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Zeluvia 18th December 2017 09:15 PM


Zeluvia 18th December 2017 09:16 PM

I am fine. The forum seemed to be lacking in crazy lately. I am helping.


MSG 18th December 2017 09:31 PM

You certainly are*

Carlsson 18th December 2017 09:57 PM


Originally Posted by Zeluvia (Post 415687)
How can this NOT happen? Much Woo.



However, until 2006, a possibility remained that during the 2029 close encounter with Earth, Apophis would pass through a gravitational keyhole, a small region no more than about 0.5 mile wide, or 0.8km[8][9] that would set up a future impact exactly seven years later on April 13, 2036....Using observations through February 26, 2014, the odds of an impact on April 12, 2068, as calculated by the JPL Sentry risk table are 1 in 150,000.[2] As of December 2017, there were seven asteroids with a more notable cumulative Palermo Technical Impact Hazard Scale than Apophis.[12] On average, an asteroid the size of Apophis (370 metres) can be expected to impact Earth about every 80,000 years.[13]
1. 99942
2. Gravitational Keyhole
3. Egyptian god of Chaos
4. "Path of Risk" for 2036 grazes California, then runs between Nicaragua and Guatemala and over Columbia and Venezuela.


PS. Don't worry the Chinese and the Russians are working on plans for deflecting asteroids. Because the US sucks.

PPS. The real question is how did we find a gravitational keyhole a half mile wide?

Royal blue.

The gravity keyhole is probably the effect needed to adjust its orbit into collission course for the coming lap. Something i feel wouldnt be to tricky to calculate.

Source, 6 months law studies

gib 18th December 2017 10:25 PM


nostrum 18th December 2017 10:39 PM

^contains errors

therefore lizard people

gib 18th December 2017 10:55 PM


nostrum 18th December 2017 11:09 PM


Originally Posted by nostrum (Post 415716)
^contains errors

therefore lizard people


nostrum 18th December 2017 11:15 PM

non-zero chance it could be my browser / big brother at work

borealis 18th December 2017 11:27 PM

No. Original image appears to be toast.

Timewave 18th December 2017 11:36 PM

very very small toast, must be a dainty english breakfast rather than a hearty scottish breakfast.

Maybe the :staregonk:chooks aren't laying?

MSG 19th December 2017 12:02 AM

gib's still messy

Timewave 19th December 2017 12:55 AM

Long party! :christyes:

gib 19th December 2017 01:25 AM


borealis 19th December 2017 01:50 AM


nostrum 19th December 2017 01:51 AM

sometimes it's kinder to just let them go

rachmarie 19th December 2017 02:13 AM

:therethere: gib

nostrum 20th December 2017 04:34 AM


Originally Posted by gib (Post 415717)

^ this is


OmicronPersei8 21st December 2017 04:55 PM

thank god he had it labeled, i would be trying to figure out which animals tits they are all day

nostrum 22nd December 2017 01:47 AM

thx TTP :)


for you, msg!

borealis 22nd December 2017 02:20 AM

So... if cats really walked upright on two feet, they'd look really unsettling.

MSG 22nd December 2017 02:49 AM


Originally Posted by nostrum (Post 415980)
thx TTP :)

for you, msg!

https://media.giphy.com/media/p9x5ZzoyoRs64/giphy.gif https://i.imgur.com/rlfICWl.gif

nostrum 22nd December 2017 06:53 AM


Originally Posted by borealis (Post 415982)
So... if cats really walked upright on two feet, they'd look really unsettling.


with any luck this will haunt msg

MSG 22nd December 2017 07:17 AM

haha no

Brother Daniel 23rd December 2017 12:13 AM

ok so remember nearly 3 years ago when there was that dress of controversial colour? (obviously (near-)white and gold, but bor and others, probably trolling us, insisted that it was blue and black.)

Well, TG just showed me this enlightening explanation of it.

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