Trillions Spent on Climate Change – And Nothing On Detecting Planet Killing Asteroids

Maybe “Nothing” is a slight exaggeration. But they only found it 3 weeks ago.

 

“Asteroid 2015 TB145 was discovered on Oct. 10, 2015

“1.5 Miles Wide”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3297686/A-spooky-coincidence-Terrifying-SKULL-COMET-set-near-miss-Earth-Halloween-don-t-panic-310-000-miles-away.html

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Trillions Spent on Climate Change – And Nothing On Detecting Planet Killing Asteroids

  1. Your not far off though. Compared to the climate change funding what we spend on NASAs NEO (Near Earth objects) program is minuscule. This despite the fact there is growing evidence that the greatest mass extinctions in the history of this planet resulted, at least in part, from asteroids or comets impacting the earth.

    So what does that tell one about the motivations of the politicians?

  2. Anybody who read Sience Fiction stories in the 50s and 60s will be totally dismayed at humanity’s retreat from Space, apart from Arthur C Clarke’s vision of Satellite networks, none of the other ideas which could now be in place have occurred.
    The safety of the population of Earth will rely on having a decent Space based presence able to react to Asteroids and Comets which could hit the Earth, but nothing has been done about it for the last 40 to 50 years.
    The money wasted on “Climate Change Science” and “Renewable Energy” could have been split between helping the poorest in the world and building Space Stations and Space Craft.
    Humanity has turned against itself, especially the UN and Agenda 21.

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