This news should reassure everyone except Dalas Review, the youtuber who created a laboratory with the intention of finding the key to immortality. The fact is that the Earth is safe from the absolute devastation caused by an asteroid… at least for the next thousand years. They have until then to analyze ‘Armageddon’ and see if sending Bruce Willis is feasible.
The rage of the millennium
Astronomers have taken a look into space and have come to the conclusion that no big asteroid is going to do anything to us for at least a millennium, a period in which Marvel will release an estimated 3,000 movies and series, of which ten will be good. It’s still too early to breathe a sigh of relief, though. Yes, really. Look to the sky with some trepidation.
This new study only includes those asteroids that are more than one kilometer long, so other smaller ones may have an impact. One day you go to buy bread and a hundred-meter asteroid falls on you. It could happen! Although it would be worrying, it would not be a catastrophic problem for mankind like that meteorite that wiped out the dinosaurs. It is also true that 66 million years ago that element measured 10 kilometers, so, just in case, they are reducing even to a tenth part, lest it takes Asia ahead.
Oh, by the way: to refine further, it has been confirmed that in the next century no asteroid smaller than one kilometer or that can cause real damage to humanity will fall. Don’t cancel your weekend plan, it seems that after the pandemic season, we don’t have the meteorite season left. Thank goodness.