QT earlier reported on the 11 asteroids that were discovered in September as they passed between Earth and the moon.
Asteroid 2018 TC was discovered today.
It passed between Earth and the moon on September 30.
Which makes it a dozen.
But at worst, if it had it had hit, would have destroyed only, say, a small city.
And there has not been a single close call with an asteroid so far in October.
That we know of.
News Headline: “Political divide in America the worst it’s ever been.”
It’s about time we put the Civil War in perspective.
News Headline: “Movie claims Donald Trump’s election was an act of God.”
News Headline: “Volcano erupts in Indonesia days after devastating earthquakes and tsunami.”
For those keeping track of acts of God.
News Headline: “Drunk woman, drunk man arrested in Oktoberfest-related incidents.”
Everywhere you look, signs of autumn.
News Headline: “George W. Bush is reportedly calling undecided senators to sway them to vote for Kavanaugh.”
Ever tempted these days to miss George W. Bush just a little?
Not so fast there.
News Headline: “Donald Trump mocks Kavanaugh accuser in Mississippi.”
You guessed it.
There are the usual complaints from those who can’t see the lighter side of sexual assault.
News Headline: “Donald Trump committed tax fraud to receive equivalent of $413 million from his father: report.”
So give Trump credit:
He wasn’t some lazy spoiled rich boy who had a fortune laid in his lap.
He put in some effort to steal it.
News Headline: “How Team Trump tried to bury or confuse the Stormy Daniels story.”
Nobody knew covering up the adulteries you committed while your wife was nursing a baby son could be so complicated.
News Item: “Hundreds of detained migrant children have been moved in the middle of the night in recent weeks from regulated shelters to a tent city in West Texas, where the conditions are far worse. . . .”
Even tough Donald Trump is hoping you won’t notice the concentration camps.
QT Large Hadron Collider, which, in theory, could cause a black hole or quantum vacuum collapse or an assembling of quarks into a ‘hungry strangelet,’ any of which would make us all suddenly disappear, update
News Headline: “Earth could shrink to 330 feet across if particle accelerator experiments fail, top astronomer warns.”
Scientists can be such worriers.
Don’t give it a second thought.