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'Is this true or false'?????

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'Is this true or false'?????

misty7j3 Uploaded on: June 24, 2015
Uploaded by: misty7j3
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Gallery: Space
Category: Planets
Total Downloads: 70

Total Comments: 4

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misty7j3
Posted by misty7j3 on 06/25/15 at 08:07 AM
Thanks Hunky, Will, and erture, for commenting....I do appreciate it!
Yea....I know that all kinds of fragments from space have bombarded the earth for years and years....that's just the way it is.....what bothers me about this prediction is the size of this meteor.....it's said to be 2 and a half miles wide....I'm wondering if anything that big ever hit the earth before?? If it really does hit the earth....what kind of destruction could it cause. If this is true.....I'm wondering if maybe 'NASA' could possibly 'nuke' it before it actually hits the earth.
Hunkydory222
Posted by Hunkydory222 on 06/25/15 at 01:34 AM
A picture with text CAN be a wallpaper...nothing says it cannot...
It is true...Earth has been bombarded with fragments of space debris for millions of years since it formed it's outer crust...before that the debris was swallowed up...which caused massive BURPS-lol...similar to solar flares...as the fragments were melted back to gas...
Life itself came from ice from the trail of a meteor...
WHY waste money on fircrackers and pollute the PLANET with fireworks when all THIS is goin' on?
FAVED-VOTED UP-!
erture
Posted by erture on 06/24/15 at 03:47 PM
how is this picture a wallpaper ??? -1
Entropy
Posted by Entropy on 06/24/15 at 12:38 PM
They have hit in the past, they will hit in the future, just part of the natural progression of our planet :) It is what it is! :)