Tuesday, December 28, 2004
Continuing in the holiday season mode, I have noticed there are many new holiday films available for adult and family viewing. Seems that by next holiday season, audiences will be able to see more disaster films aimed at scaring us silly about the shocking disasters that can arise from volcanic erruptions and the collateral underwater activity. MSNBC reports that the east coast faces the threat of a tidal wave (in the next 1000 years) from a crumbling Canary Island volcano, unless we spend significant funds to monitor the situation now. The good news is that it seems we have solved the asteroid problem, which means save your space disaster scripts. www.msnbc.com/id/5652141/.
I don't know on New Year's Day, Object 2004XM29 will miss our home planet by a mere 9.3 Lunar Distances (or 2.2 million miles for the astronomically challenged). That's too close for comfort for me. http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/Post a Comment