Life on Mars not after next year.


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Less than a one percent chance of impact at the moment. Mind you, if that was Earth I'd be demanding an action plan for nuking it. Lots of times.
Someone warn their dinosaurs!
Didn't I hear about a commercial venture to "fly" people to Mars and back - or was that last April. Fairly bugger their advertising though.
I "could" win the Euromillions & bed Emma Stone in the same evening.
Does this mean we have to stock up on Mars bars now?
Knowing our luck it will smack a big arrsed bit of Mars that will come straight for us and the only hope is for us is, if Iran and North Korea give us a hand.
and could leave a crater about 500km across and 2km deep.
So we're not looking at Mars dropping to bits then. Doubtless there'll be some would-be colonists rubbing their hands at the thought that it might trigger an ice age.
It could easily wake up the martians from their hibernation and they are known to be very grumpy if they're woken up ask the victorians about what happened last time. Seriously though they have only have known about this comet for about 70 days or so there is a lot of wiggle room in the data set they've collected so far anything is possible.


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Gene Hunt will sort it...
"Oi Comet!! Give it up, you're surrounded by armed bastad planets!"
We could name it Beagle 3 and claim it for the British space program.

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