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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions
A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,
vaporizing everything in our world. Within 24 hours of asteroid impact, the entire Earth will be uninhabitable. The researchers have found that this scenario has happened 6 times in Earth's history.
How 2012 Should Have Ended
How 2012 Should Have Ended What's happeningéé It's the end of the world. How could you possibly even know thaté Because this weird guy in the woods told me it was. Whaté!! Don't worry about it, I have a plan! We're just gonna out run this earthquake, steal an airplane.
dodge all the buildings as the city collapses into the ocean. fly all the way back to Yellowstone. get the special map that tells us where the secret government spaceships are. outrun a thermonuclear volcanic eruption. land in Vegas so we can get an even bigger plane. hopefully someone we already know willconveniently be there with access to a bigger plane. We'll convince them to take us with them and right before the ash cloud destroys Las Vegas. we'll fly towards Hawaii.
which will actually be on fire when weget there. But luckily the Earth's magnetic field will suddenly. shift about 1000 miles and we'll magicallycrash land in the exact vicinity of the secret arks we were searching for all along. And then, even though the secret arks will be heavily guarded and there's no possible way they'd just let us in. We'll miraculously run into some locals who happen to be sneaking on board as well. Who will take pity on us and help us sneak onto the ark right at the last possible second! And then, most of us will be saved. Does that sound like a plané
Yeah! Then let's go!! (deep breath) Okay. New plan. Everybody dog paddle Jackson, it's over. Yea, I know.
So what did you mean by, quot;most of us willbe savedéquot; Huhé Oh, Uh, nothing. Nothing Don't worry about it. Oh ok. You had me worried there for a moment. Like I might be the one that dies and somehow everyone is okay with it 2 minutes later. You knowé Nope, nope, you're good man.
Welcome to the family.
Top 10 Movies Inspired by Scientology TopTenzNet
Top 10 Movies Inspired by Scientology 10. Phenomenon (July 5, 1996) Jon Turteltaub's Phenomenon follows GeorgeMalley, a kind yet otherwise unremarkable man living in northern California. On thenight of his 37th birthday, he witnesses a blinding white light in the sky. Afterwards,he becomes a genius with an eidetic memory, extraordinary intellectual stamina and telekineticpower. He attempts to use his newfound abilities to help his neighbors and woo a local singlemother. However, the government becomes involved after he accidentally decodes a top secretmilitary cypher. When he is taken to a ,
the true nature of his gifts are revealed. It's no secret that the film's lead actor,Travolta, is a devout Scientologist. However, the film also seems to reflect different teachingsof L. Ron Hubbard, such as the freeing of one's inner mind, the ability of the â€œfreedâ€�individual to heal others and a general distrust of the government and modern medicine. Additionally,consider the fact that in Dianetics, Hubbard explained how devout Scientologists have â€œcompleterecall of everything which has ever happened to him or anything he has ever studied.â€�Suddenly, Travolta's perfect recall in this film takes on an entirely new meaning.
9. Schizopolis (September 13, 1996) More wellknown for films like Erin Brockovichand Ocean's Eleven, director Steven Soderberg has also created a number of experimentalindependent films. One of the most famous is Schizopolis, a fascinating film about thedestruction of human communication and the dissatisfaction brought on by societal conformity.Told in a frantic streamofconsciousness style, the film's main character is FletcherMunson, an employee of Theodore Azimuth Schwitters, the head of a religious movement known asEventualism. The Eventualism offices are depicted as a suffocating hell of office cubicles,pointless busy work and abusive managers.
This isn't too different from allegationsbrought forward by former Scientologists who have accused the organization of abuse, citingâ€œassaults, threats and virtual slavery.â€� 8. Bowfinger (August 13, 1999) In this film, Bobby Bowfinger is a wannabefilm producer desperate to bring his dream picture, a ludicrous scifi thriller entitledâ€œChubby Rain,â€� into fruition. Problem being, his distributor won't support thefilm if it doesn't star Kit Ramsey, the hottest action star in town. However, Ramsey,an extremely highstrung and paranoid follower of a new religious movement named MindHead,won't agree to do the film. So Bowfinger
decides to shoot the film without his knowledge,making his actors approach him on the street and shout gibberish at him. Because MindHeadis essentially a thinly veiled parody of Scientology, which purports to help its members â€œkeepin controlâ€� against neurotic delusions of alien invaders, Ramsey begins to believe thathe is actually in a scifi invasion film. Writer and star Steve Martin has since deniedthat MindHead is based on Scientology. But the comparisons between the two are impossibleto ignore. The most prominent comparison concerns how both MindHead and Scientology give specialattention to recruiting and caring for celebrities. As one former Scientologist explained, â€œTherewere also numerous financial and courserelated
benefits that celebrities received. Moneyand the art of selling Scientology were crucial differences that the ordinary public Scientologistexperienced compared to celebrities.â€� 7. Battlefield Earth (May 12, 2000) Perhaps the most notorious film on this list,Roger Christian's Battlefield Earth has gone down in history as one of the biggestfinancial and critical flops in film history. Based on the L. Ron Hubbard novel of the samename, the film follows a human rebellion against an evil alien race known as the Psychlos,who had conquered and enslaved the Earth 1,000 years ago. In addition to starring noted ScientologistJohn Travolta, the film also parallels many