NASA experts have found evidence that large-scale asteroids have struck Earth three to ten times more often over the past decade than previously thought.
The evidence, which will presented by three former NASA employees, including two astronauts, will reveal the full extent of the explosions which they claim have shaken countries across the world.
At the event, experts will announce that the only thing ‘preventing a city-killer size asteroid is blind luck’.
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We all remember the well known fable told by the ancient Greek slave and storyteller, Aesop, about the shepherd boy drafted to keep watch over a flock of sheep, and who, out of boredom, decided it would be great fun to fool the nearby villagers by pretending that a wolf was attacking the sheep. After the villagers rushed out to save the sheep a number of times based upon the boys fabrications they refused to believe him when the wolf actually did show up and began to consume the sheep. The obvious declared moral of the story is generally expressed as “There is no believing a liar, even when he is telling the truth.” However, there is, I submit, a second, unstated moral to the story as well. In spite of the shepherd boys prevarications the wolf was real. And the wolf did, in the end, show up to devour the poor sheep.