Giant Asteroid Will Either Hit Earth Or Not, Scientists Claim
OSAKA (The Global Edition) – New scientific research from Japan indicates that the chances of a meteorological body colliding with our planet sometime in the near future are roughly “fifty-fifty”, as a potentially hazardous asteroid will either hit the earth or miss it completely, The Global Edition has discovered.
Scientists in Japan conducted the research last night, minutes after asteroid “EZ1” barely missed our planet, leaving all of us to continue our lives as if nothing happened instead of killing everybody in a single, earth-shattering instant, “which also could have happened”, according to the scientists’ findings.
“It took us about a day to come up with the equation for establishing the possibility of the elimination of all life on earth due to a horrifying disaster. The good news is, it may not happen, as there is an equal chance of such a scenario not happening at all,” Dr. Hideki Hayash, the leading Japanese expert on celestial bodies explained.
“This means that we can all either relax now and not worry about it, or completely lose it and start panicking as of this moment, because dear God, the catastrophe is imminent,” Dr. Hayashi added.
The new research also emphasized that the average amount of time a given person spends worrying about the asteroid collision could be put to much better use by not worrying about the asteroid collision, because “clearly there is nothing we can do about it.”