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 or.lock      02.09.2010 - 00:03:30 , level: 1, UP   NEW


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The earth is struck by a small comet whose head is about 10,000 miles in diameter.


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Here the disastrous effect on just one city Chicago, Illinois--of the sun's expansion is shown.
Lake Michigan and the Chicago River have already boiled away.



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A white dwarf star has approached near enough to allow its powerful gravitational pull to draw up everything not tied down.


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The moon may be drawn back to the earth in the remote future. At a distance of 20,000 miles,
it will begin to break up, raining huge meteors on the earth.



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Our planet has been kidnapped from the sun by a dark star.
The loss of the sun's heat has caused the earth to freeze;
even tropical Rio de Janeiro has been buried under tons of ice.



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If an asteroid ever came as close as the one in this view of Paris,
the tremendous pressure wave it created would flatten everything in its path.



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A meteor rips open New York City, punchin a mile-wide hole in the middle of Manhattan.


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The earth ends in fire as the sun, becoming a nova, emits 100,000 times its former heat and light.