Originally named by NASA as 99942 Apophis, the projected trajectory of this potential harbringer of the apocalypse led to it being dubbed the God of Chaos. It is estimated to be 340 metres wide, that's 1115 Feet or 371.666667 Yards [I don't like all those 6s]. This 25-million ton colossus will be travelling at about 25,000 mph and arrive near Earth on Friday the 13th in April of 2029" >
Satan is the master of hades and lord of Hell. He had his genesis in Egyptian mythology as Seth aka Set, Seth, Shaitan, Saturn or Molech. The Egyptian God Seth is also known as the god of chaos so it is only fitting that an asteroid heading for a harrowingly close rendezvous with Mother Earth in 2029 should bare his name.
Originally named by NASA as 99942 Apophis, the projected trajectory of this potential harbinger of Armageddon led to it being dubbed the God of Chaos. It is estimated to be 340 meters wide, that's 1115 Feet or 371.666667 Yards [I don't like all those 6s]. This 25-million ton colossus will be travelling at about 25,000 mph.
On Friday the 13th in April of 2029, earthlings should be able to make visual contact with the God of Chaos as it hurdles across the Atlantic. It should traverse the width of our Moon in about 1 minute and appear as bright as most stars in the sky, that's assuming it goes as projected. It's trajectory will bring it closer than most man made satellites.
Projections have it being first visible to the naked eye over the Southern Hemisphere, as it makes its way around the World It shoots across the Indian Ocean and Africa towards North America before flying off into space.... we hope.
The slightest of detours, an unexpected random variable such as a fender bender with space junk could have catastrophic consequences for our little blue planet and all those who call it home. Should things go wrong keep in mind this asteroid impact packs the potential energy of 65,000 Hiroshima bombs and could set off an 800-ft. tsunami. It probably shant happen, scientists are 99.7 percent certain it will pass at a safe distance of 18,800 to 20,800 miles. So that leaves a .3 percent chance. Australian scientists calculated it had a 2.7 per cent chance of hitting Earth ..... fingers crossed.
Scientists at the 2019 Planetary Defense Conference in College Park, Maryland were role-playing a fictional collision with an asteroid and discussed how to keep an eye on the God of Chaos. They also discussed strategies' to confront it as well as whether the asteroid will affect Earth’s gravity among other queries.
Quantum entanglement is a phenomena whereby two subatomic particles are 'entangled' and ones actions will influence the others instantaneously, regardless of the distance between the two. Taking quantum entanglement a step further there lies a truly bizarre supposition of quantum theory that states the very act of observing affects the observed reality. It's mind over matter squared. Some mysterious force apparently linked to consciousness has an effect on subatomic particles. Unexplainable is that the very act of observing the particle[s] has an effect on their reality, basically it's mind over matter.