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The Chinese space station, Tiangong-1, has been unresponsive to attempts to control the de-orbiting hunk of metal. The Chinese government has been without control of the giant heap of metal since 2016.
quote from www.popsci.com
"Harvard astronomer, Jonathan
But don't worry people,
"Researchers calculated that the odds of anyone getting
, according to PopSci.com not only is it extremely unlikely that someone gets hit by the metal debris, but that it is also unlikely this debris hits land on Earth. Apparently though, if it does hit land, it is again unlikely (according to popsci.com) to clobber a human being.
You know what I say? To these fucking idiots, using their fascist science. Sorry Harvard Astronomer, Jonathan McDowell, this isn't Nazi Germany. We do not use zionistic tactics to keep the sheep herded. FUCK YOU AND
FUCKING PANIC PEOPLE!
Because PopSci.com has no clue what they are talking about. Those morons googled, 'how much land do human beings inhabit on earth'. I did the same thing, yet instead of clicking on the first two or three links, I actually used journalistic skills that people at PopSci.com and the other current blogger on this site do not.
I found real sources. The best of which was a book by the name of, "Sustainable Development of the Biosphere" written by William C. Clarke and R.E. Munn. Just so we are on the same page, this book was published by the Cambridge University Press in 1986.
In this CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PUBLISHED book, contains a tid bit of information which might be useful at a time like this. Spoiler Alert: I didn't actually read the book, who the fuck reads?
I was using another credible source, atlas.aaas.org, you know its legit when these hoes don't even have a www.
On this website, I found an interesting quote,
"Today, one half of the human population lives on less
I am not sure what they mean by today, but in 1986, a CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY BOOK, made this claim. Confused? Click on the link labeled one. In the world of writing, those are called annotations. Annotations are put after statistics or facts that are not within the writers own repertoire of facts or the worlds common knowledge. Something like that.
At least 30% of this planets land is inhabited by humans.
Before I log out to make sure my bomb shelter is properly equipped and sealed, I want to inform the people that 1 in 3,200, is not a set of impossible odds. Of course, when it comes down to you, reading this, getting hit by the space station, the odds are in your favor. Yet, that does not mean no one will get hit.
1:3200, is roughly the same odds as getting struck by lightning. It is more likely, someone will get hit by a piece of metal from the space station than getting attacked by a shark (1 in 3.7 million), it is less likely that you will get murdered today in the United States (1 in 19,000), less likely that you hit a deer in Hawaii (1 in 6,787).
So, if you are counting, do not run for the hills, run to the caves. Or at least anything underground that has reinforced ceilings.
I think the answer to the problem is sending George Clooney and Sandra Bullock into space. I don't what they would do, but I have to assume it would be something like the movie, "Gravity".
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