Josh Martin

Earth Destroyed When?
Earth Destroyed When?

It turns out doomsday may actually be coming! Scientists at NASA have been watching an asteroid which is currently on a path to collide with earth on March 16, 2880. If it stays on course, it could slam into the Atlantic Ocean with a force equivalent to nearly 45-thousand megaton’s of explosives. Wowza! Rest easy though, researchers say the probability of an impact is only 0.3-percent. Still, the date of 2880 is much freakier and more real to us than the billions of years the Earth has left, if it dies of “natural” causes.

Meanwhile, new planetary studies suggest that it may rain diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter! The stones may even liquefy when they hit the surface, forming whole oceans of diamonds. The theory is based on recent data concerning the nature and behavior of giant storms on those planets. So why are we focusing so much time on the Moon and Mars?! OCEANS OF DIAMONDS!!! Hello, NASA get on that!

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