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Asteroid danger: Neil deGrasse Tyson warns of harbinger of doom space rock

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Dr Tyson, 60, is the head of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and host of the StarTalk science podcast. In a recent episode of the popular podcast, titled Cosmic Queries – Asteroids and Comets, the astrophysicist discussed the threat of giant asteroids headed for Earth. 

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Maybe it would be a good idea for the esteemed Dr, to collaborate with the Japanese, who recently LANDED a satelite on a moving meteor, drilled into it's core, and again took off with the samples it took. No other nation had achieved this, up until now. Yet it seems the Western MSM is strangely quiet about this excellent achievement. Something that according to the esteemed Dr, most certainly needs further study. Yet, nothing is being done, with the exception of Japan's efforts.

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With some flagrant exceptions, the Japanese seem to think about what they're doing. The vast majority of my power tools, cars, and electronic devices have been "made in Japan." They last longer, work better, and are seriously ergonomic.


When I was a kid I had a toy car that I used for a long time. Eventually dissected it (as usual) and found it made from a recycled oil can!





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