Saturday, September 17, 2011

Community notice: Get your hard hats on

the 35-foot-long satellite is in an orbit that crosses over six continents and three oceans.

NASA said it was not yet possible to pinpoint just where in that zone the debris would land, but the agency predicts pieces could scatter over a 500-mile-wide region.

Time to wear your hard hat as 6 tons of space junk (ex climate change satellite) comes to land somewhere near you about 23rd September. Travelling at about 5 miles/sec.

For those of you out there that read data from such devices and twist the stats into anthropogenic climate Armageddon, no need to take any action, your tinfoil hat will provide the necessary protection...

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