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The combination of new technology, a growing interest in astronomy, and more media hype has led to an even bigger fear of "what if" scenarios for potentially hazardous asteroids.
It may seem like poppycock, but the methods utilized in the popular movie Armageddon wouldn't work, according to science.
Just as it inspires the public, space exploration draws out creativity in movie makers.
ATLANTA, March 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- If J. E. Becker, author of the newly released The Sign of the End, is right about Bible Prophecy, the devastation of the Asian tsunamis and all such disasters is but a shadow of things to come.
Roland Emmerichâ€™s disaster of a film "2012" (Columbia Pictures) was named by NASA scientist Donald Yeomans an "exceptional and extraordinary example of Hollywood bad science."
For the first time in history, scientists have matched a meteorite on Earth with a specific asteroid, providing insight into how the planets were formed and how to best avoid a potential asteroid catastrophe sometime in the future.
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