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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.
10 PREDICTIONS about the FUTURE That Were Hilariously WRONG
(futuristic noises) You know, you'd think we'd have time machines by now. So, people have always predicted what the future's going to look like. It's something that'sjust really interested people for a long time, which is probably whythere's a new Hollywood movie
that takes place in thefuture every couple months. But interestingly, alot of the predictions that took place back in the day were about the time that we live in right now. For example, remember Back to the Futureé Well they travel to October 21 2015, which is just next year,and I don't think we're any closer to having hoverboards than we were then.
But it's not just oldmovies, there's a lot of documented predictions from the past about what our future wouldlook like that are just absolutely ridiculous. So I gathered the 10 best, or worst, to share with you guys, so here they are, 10 predictions about the future that were hilariously wrong.
Number one is: everyonewill have jetpacks. In 1966 Reader's Digest predicted a whole different world thanwhat actually happened. Featured on the cover of the magazine is a painting by Fred Freemanshowing life in the year 1999, with people in jetpacks,a dome climate controlled city and moving sidewalks. But, to be honest with you, I can't really
hate on them for havingsuch a wild imagination at the time, I mean that'sreally all they had. I looked up major world events in 1966 and there was a famine inIndia, but that's about as exciting as it got, itwasn't exactly an exciting time to be alive. Number two is helicopterswill replace cars. In 1951 Mechanics Illustratedpublished an article
that predicted that helicopterswould be a cheap mode of transportation in thefuture that would replace cars. The prediction was based off an engineer's theoretical design in the1930s of a personal helicopter that could be sold tothe average consumer. There was only onesmall design flaw in it, which was that it requiredhuman legs as landing gear. No wonder this thing never came to be,
Wrong Dick Morris Landslide Prediction Weak Explanation
earlier we told you about of dick morrispredictions in israel landers predictions uh. about the election uh. but don't take my word for it unless you look at one of the course ofpredictions for this one reagan went by a landslide uh. the uh. it will be the biggest surprise
clean recent american political historyliberal rekindle the whole question as to why the media played this race as anail biter i were in fact i think romney's can win by quite a bit uh. my own view mizoram he's going tocarry three hundred and twentyfive electoral votes uh. we have a map i think you can showthem that he i think he's can win florida virginia north carolina indianathese two states that obama one last time by a war
copilot new hampshire pennsylvania wisconsin uh. and minnesota and i think that the that this is updatein colorado this is going to be a landslide i think in the popular votehe's gonna win by more than five points wrongly again bob
the laws all those all of those dates what problem that the other hand so yougot all bob about smoke bombing colorado bomb in a bottle what lol bombare all bomber but what about that what hal three twenty five hundred uh.you cannot with my father the popular vote totravel losing my friend the popular vote but but the course i barely rememberthis golden and but based this not on intuition oron
smelling the tea leaves i base it onreading the polls the exact same polls that say if thatobama's can win when you look at those polls and youstudied them and you take a count of all of the factis you see how those polls that time we new romney will win when stalin it's nota question of being smarter than anybody else instead i've done this for a livingand there are very few people on television we talk about politics have never made aliving doing it and most of them a
partisan and echoing the point of viewum. but when you get down to it a dialect colour over pat caddell a rodney worried the jury trippy uh. we make a living doing this andi've made a living doing it for forty years and i know how to read a poll and uh. this is how you read thepoland that's what this poll says and you didn't see it on election day