Why Humans Have a Better Chance Than the Dinosaurs

The deadly 10-ton meteorite that hit Russia on Friday shows how cosmic threats can galvanize humanity.

By Andrew Lam

A meteor estimated by NASA to be 10 tons exploded Friday morning over Russia’s Ural region, and its shockwave caused injuries to over 1,000 people. It took out windows and walls in the city of Chelyabinsk. And it temporarily shifted the conversation here on earth [RETURN TO ARTICLE]

  • Reader Comments

    “Jupiter, on the other hand, is very hot and gaseous and deemed incapable of life.”

    Yeah.. kinda like those deep sea volcanic vents that are spewing toxic gasses and depths of amazing pressure that they said was also incapable of supporting life in which we find out could not be further from the truth.

    Humanity’s “God-Child” complex strikes again. We need to stop making these idiotic assumptions about life. I know some will argue, but I firmly believe that thinking like this is a result of the religious influence and bias based upon fictional biblical programming.

    Why is there not life on other planets? Well.. because my bible saying nothing about it, and the entire universe was created for me by my great sky daddy. *mental wall put up*

    Posted by atwas911 on Feb 18, 2013 at 3:01 PM

    man is too smart,
    easily adapts

    Posted by Dbakeca Italia on Feb 19, 2013 at 2:31 AM