January 11, 2020
This is happening sooner than predicted.
The Garmillas Empire is out to get us.
We have to get the Japanese to start building the Yamato right now and hope that we’ll get the wave motion technology by the time the space battleship is ready.
There’s no time to lose.
Jupiter’s huge bulk and crushing gravitational pull is firing space rocks towards Earth like a slingshot, a leading physicist claims.
Most scientists believe Jupiter — the largest planet in the Solar System — helps protect the worlds closer to the sun, such as Earth, and acts as a planetary shield.
But leading physicist Dr Kevin Grazier says this theory has been ‘laid to rest’ and claims it also acts as a celestial ‘sniper’ — with Earth firmly in its cross-hairs.
Who cares about Climate Change when huge space rocks could be coming our way?
If we had something to shoot and destroy the rocks that was big enough to be considered a threat, we could look at other, less immediate problems like the weather.
Greta Thunberg should start making new school strikes to demand the construction of the space battleship Yamato before it’s too late.
His research claims the gas giant is more likely to hurl rocks towards the Sun and its orbiting rocky planets than it is to suck them up or deflect them away.
The academic says that while Jupiter may protect Earth from some space missiles, it also redirects those that would otherwise pass harmlessly by.
We may have to pay a visit to Jupiter soon.
If you know what I mean.
The Jupiter shield theory claims the huge planet, which has a mass more than 300 times greater than Earth’s, sucks in any passing asteroids or comets.
But computer simulations conducted conducted by Dr Grazier revealed in a series of books reveal this to be false.
Dr Grazier told Gizmodo: ‘I wouldn’t say that it’s in jeopardy—I would say that it has been laid to rest.
‘Our simulations show that Jupiter is just as likely to send comets at Earth as deflect them away, and we’ve seen that in the real solar system.’
A series of papers, including one titled ‘Jupiter as a Sniper Rather Than a Shield‘, led him to his most recent endeavour — understanding how Jupiter flings debris towards Earth.
Work conducted in association with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of Southern Queensland provided evidence that Jupiter is, in fact, a shield and a sniper.
Didn’t a huge space rock wipe out the dinosaurs or whatever?
Did Jupiter kill the dinosaurs?
There’s craters and other evidence of asteroids dramatically changing Earth’s climate, so we know that huge rocks crashing on the planet’s surface is something that can happen in reality.
Climate change predictions, on the other hand, are only real in the minds of children.
Maybe we should prioritize figuring out viable ways to deal with the eventual space rock that may repeat the Dinocaust.
Next time they won’t be around to protect us.