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    • Quit blue balling us with extinction and hit us already
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    • nigurrr 29 jul
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    • If there were an apocalyptic meteor heading straight at us, i dont think the media or the scientists would let it get out.
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    • This is actually very true for anyone that didn't know or doesn't believe it...it was supposed to either have enough power or be big enough to destroy an entire city(can't quite remember which) and scientist didn't know about it till it was too late...luckily it somehow missed Earth but just barely.
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    • YOU HAVE ONE JOB. WATCH SPACE TO KEEP US ALIVE. HOW THE FUCK DO YOU MISS A VOID GRENADE ROLLING THRU THE DOORWAY!?
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    • It passed by us all closer than the distance to the moon. Large enough to annihilate the entirety of Manhattan Island with over 13,000,000 & no possibility of survival. We never saw it coming until I was closer than the moon. Tells a lot about our asteroid detection system
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    • An asteroid almost wipes out the humanity. Scientists: wow we made an oopsie haha
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    • Imagine the world spending millions and millions of dollars on space programs and us not being able to detect a fucking asteroid right next to us
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    • Yall dumb it was only a 10 megaton explosion if it were to hit it would wipe out an entire city but not a whole state
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    • noon tf did you just say? What if it had hit? You can't say something snuck up on you when your only job is to watch the sky
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    • In reality they knew it was coming they just couldn't predict if it would hit earth or not so they didn't tell everyone to avoid an all out revolt and anarchy that would have crippled the world.
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    • I'm not a scientist at NASA but how hard is it to spot a huge fucking rock hurling towards earth?
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    • Just so we clear "barely" was like 45,000 miles
      Reveltron 30 jul
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    • We literally have pretty much every asteroid mapped and we know their orbits if they missed this one it was too small to do anything.
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    • For everyone wondering, the asteroid was only big enough to destroy a city at best. Although tragic, we aren’t dying anytime soon as NASA was track big, earth-destroying asteroids.
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    • Bs, they just didnt want world wide panic
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    • I love that Superman is dressed so nice and aqua man looks like he just finished lunch at Wendy’s
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    • Id say they expected it to hit us so they didn't tell us to avoid mass panic
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    • They probably knew they just didn’t want the earth to freak out.
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    • simple Asteroid was headed towards earth scientist decided not to cause a panic, asteroid misses and they just claim they never saw it.
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    • The asteroid was coming from the direction of the sun, so it was invisible to our telescopes until it got close
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    • LoL truth be told they didn't say shit just in case it did hit because there is no damn way they are ever going to tell us we are all about to die.
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    • Yo I legit woulda died a virgin
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    • You know it's actually pretty difficult for obects to hit earth even if it's heading straight at us
      yrtesd 1 aug
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    • Nice we almost all died and didn't know it
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    • It didn't sneak up on us, the government just thought it'd be better if no one knew we were in danger
      e_o713 30 jul
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    • Dude we don't even know what's out there, one day you can be clapping a fat girls cheeks at a party and the next thing you know a space noon destroys earth
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    • Gonna be really honest here. They always know when an asteroid in on course towards earth. They just have protocols in place to prevent mass hysteria.
      yesmaam99 30 jul
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    • We should still appreciate that we're still here.
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    • If you consider 14,000 miles to be "barely"
      AR3TH0RN 30 jul
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    • if scientists really missed an asteroid that could have wiped us out, then i’m actually concerned
      wizrd 30 jul
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    • You know that ‘barely missed’ can sometimes be over 10,000 miles away
      GauD2 30 jul
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    • 1 in 7,300 chance we get hit by a big one September 9th this year. Look it up, its true
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    • Jupiter aint doin his job
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    • They'd never say when an asteroid would hit or almost hit us because everyone would go ape shit
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    • We’ll get em next time boys
      RonnieM96 29 jul
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    • CinemaSins: Nobody who watches the sky for a living noticed this shit
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    • You know that there no way they didn't see the asteroid coming. They just don't want everyone to know that the earth might be destroyed because it would cause people to do hella illegal shit
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    • You know the crazy part is I wonder how many they haven’t told us about. Cuz really only a few so many people know that news first. An earth destroying meteor passes right by us, maybe they just think it better to just not say anything lol
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    • We were on the verge of greatness, we were this close!
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    • Jason Mamoa. One hell of a man
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    • We are all in a simulation the reason why scientists have the exact measurement for how everything works is because they cracked the program
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    • Legit we can die right now and we wouldn’t even know
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    • I saw it in the sky too it was burning a bright green trail that lit up the entire area around it as it was flying by
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    • It didn’t sneak up on us they just didn’t announce it on the news. It was on the Mexican news
      lmmoral 2 aug
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    • He literally looks like a wax figurine of him. Hes like so perfect and chiseled wjth perfect posture. Hes like a handsome ken barbie
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    • Then what the fuck are they there for
      j29o 1 aug
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    • Hey quick reminder that humanity doesn't currently have the technology to stop a fatally climate changing asteroid from hitting earth
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    • Its from the Midwest. "just gonna sneak right by ya"
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    • Honestly...dont tell us. Let it be a surprise or something. I mean, wtf would telling us do except cause mayhem?
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    • They were ready for it to hit us and they were like, “aii, if it misses we’ll tell them”
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    • “Well sir, our government funding only allows us to view 2% of the sky for incoming objects. And with all due respect, it’s a big ass sky.”
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    • We could die and never see it coming
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    • Y'all forget the one that literally almost entered our atmosphere and almost hurdled into Africa and Madagascar but it last second burnt up or nah
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    • I mean, not to sound edgy and dark, but if an extinction level event for us ever comes, I do wanna witness it. It'll suck but, you know I'm curious what it'll be.
      ramzagtz 30 jul
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    • Guess we got the timeline where it misses us
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    • The asteroid was small enough to be very difficult to see in it's trajectory, but big enough to still destroy a city. We noticed it only a couple hours before it went by us
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    • Asteroid: I pulled a little sneaky on ya
      nashman56 29 jul
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    • Clearly time for Science 2 then. Science is obsolete now.
      RazorHood 29 jul
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    • We all almost died and we are making memes about it
      Recon115 29 jul
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    • If we’re gonna get hit by an asteroid can we have australia get hit and make all the spiders go extinct
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    • They were pointing all these asteroids that could “potentially” hit us and they never did. But then one actually almost hit us and they didn’t know? Jesus fucking Christ
      Amoizing 29 jul
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    • we almost died and you retards are laughing about this?
      InkFobel 29 jul
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    • You had one job asteroid
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    • I like mine better. 😎
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    • Ah we're bringing thus meme back
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    • Just to be clear, this thing was pretty fucking far away
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    • I know a guy who worked on a project to map asteroids surrounding earth to see if any were headed towards us. Bet he's feeling pretty fucking dumb rn
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    • I think they would keep it quiet even if was going to hit us. Have ypu seen how people freak out at all the small shit these days..
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    • So you're telling me nobody who watches space for a living noticed this?
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    • Their budget allows them to cover about 1% of the sky "and with all due respect sir, its a pretty big fucking sky"
      jdawg9696 29 jul
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    • They’ll nuke us and say it was a meteor
      dirtybong 29 jul
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    • Guys in scientific terms "barely" is in the hundreds of kilometers away. Don't get spun by news.
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    • NASA noons: when they saw it coming
      zoic 29 jul
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    • I saw it
      Elon 29 jul
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    • inoon... or am i too late for that to work
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    • We knew about it, to say that an asteroid is going to hit us or be very close would cause mass panic, can’t solve problems under stress.
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    • You had one job
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    • They knew. Why would they announce that the world would be ending? They would not.
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    • “Barely missing us” it was like 40,000 miles from us
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    • how long ago cuz deadass im pretty sure i saw it zoom by last night for a milisecond
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    • “Our defense budget allows us to track 3% of the sky. Excuse my French but it’s a bigass sky.”
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    • I wonder what the world would have done if it hit us
      FlDLAR 30 jul
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    • Bruh that shit was so fucking close go watch the video on it it’s nuts
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    • They probably thaught it would hit and decided to say nothing knowing we didnt have a way to stop it
      trytide 30 jul
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    • Asteroids:
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    • when you don’t wanna admit you fucked up
      Branedead 30 jul
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    • Stuff like this is frustrating because it means we all could've died yesterday. Which means I've been clean, trying to get a good job for no fucking reason. I'd like to know if we are all going to die so I can call up all the bros and my girl and get high af and just enjoy not worrying about careers
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    • I remember a documentary about a big ass astroid that might hit earth and there were bunch of options on the table to prevent it and only problem was that they were too expensive, i mean does it really matter in this case? If that shit hit earth we’re all gonna die! Basically that money is worthless
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    • No joke this is kinda good. We wouldn’t even know what hit us
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    • We were this close from greatness
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    • They knew and didn't want to start mass panic. I mean could you even fucking imagine how insane life would've been if there was a possibility of doomsday?
      tootus 30 jul
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    • No. This is entirely on the astronomers. You’re completely funded to look at the fucking night sky and the one event that happens in the fucking sky you fucking miss it? Fuck you I wanted to see how the world would react knowing they’re all going to die
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    • It wouldn’t destroy the planet but it would have wiped out a city. They said the explosion would be like 30x that of Hiroshima
      hellahahn 30 jul
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    • They do this for a reason. Did we die? No. If they asteroid had hit would we be dead? Yes. So it doesn’t matter, why cause massive panic
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    • That’s crazy to think about how we could all just be instantly obliterated just like that
      B4RS 30 jul
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    • Hmm well no one mention the Yellowstone mountain to them I guess
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