Location:Somewhere under the rainbow<<<Michigan
She don't blush 'cause she's so damned free
When she makin' love it's like surgery
-Prince, 'I Love U In Me'
Posted 05 September 2004 - 02:47 AM
On the NASA site it says November 29, did they change the date?
Yellow Smiley offers me X
Like he's drinkiní 7-Up
I would rather drink 6 razor blades
Razor blades from a paper cup
He can't understand, I say 2 tough
It's just that I've seen the future and, boy, it's rough
-Prince, 'The Future'
It's mind over matter,
I don't mind because
You don't matter
Posted 10 September 2004 - 06:43 AM
At that distance not a chance. The only way it could effect our enviroment is if it skimmed the atmosphere and left behind debris. Then depending on the amount of dust it left behind you would have a variety of enviromental effects ranging from a slight dimming of the sun and some really nice sunsets to a possible year long winter( it's happened before in 500 something AD) With it's size it's limited to how much damage it could actually do. At that distance it would have to be planet size to have even the smallest of effects, like an exceptionally high tide or low tide.
“2014 AZ5 is the object which currently has the highest chance of impacting Earth in March of 2013,” said Quami Lochmo of the European Space Agency’s Solar System Missions Division in the Dutch city of Noordwijk.
“We are currently also in the process of making governments around the world aware of the situation,” Lochmo said. “
The near-Earth asteroid 2014 Az5 has an impact probability of 1 in 125 for March 17, 2013, said Donald Lochmo.
This impact probability isn’t set in stone, however. It can be changed slightly.