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Pray For the Comet to Fly By

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!NZ5bVkY2HA - Mon, 08 Apr 2019 18:38:50 EST 2KkqXYCQ No.75328
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Trust me you people want the comet to fly by this Earth and Liberate us.
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Bob - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 04:28:58 EST 0AYwBv0Y No.75330 Reply
Comet will be back, it's going around for a long loop.
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Betsy Crecklenudge - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 15:52:55 EST 2KkqXYCQ No.75331 Reply
How many years will it take Bob?
How large will it be?
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Archie Tillingfoot - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 19:48:03 EST wE3rCf7Y No.75332 Reply
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All hail the Big Snowball Wot Is Really Far Away
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Cedric Cobblekare - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 04:28:47 EST 2KkqXYCQ No.75339 Reply
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Technically the Comet existed long before I was born. It flies by and we fly through its tail. A superbolide vaporizes the Jewish-ghetto in Los Angeles in a few months time. Among other locations on this Earth. Human civilization nears collapse. But a New Order arises like a Phoenix from the ashes.
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Cyril Cizzlehore - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 23:09:40 EST 4skygCbe No.75345 Reply
Wouldn't at least some bacteria have survived getting blasted off this planet from major asteroid strikes?

Also isn't there a planet here that doesn't exist anymore?
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Martha Washbork - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 20:17:59 EST hbGjJd0p No.75346 Reply
>>75345
>>Wouldn't at least some bacteria have survived getting blasted off this planet from major asteroid strikes?
Absolutely, we've confirmed this in lab tests. Panspermia is more or less confirmed as a possibility, we just don't know if it's what happened here.

>>Also isn't there a planet here that doesn't exist anymore?

Yeah, there used to be another planet pretty close to the orbit of earth, so close they smashed into each other forming a hellish fireball. A bunch of the material that got ejected by the impact coalesced into the moon, so now the earth/moon system is made up of the left over debris from both of those planets.

There's also the distinct possibility of Planet 9 from outer (solar system) space.
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Isabella Crimmlehere - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 15:05:40 EST j10wmhx5 No.75353 Reply
>>75346

Just like the Sumerians wrote. That shit happened about 400,000 years ago

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