"The rock, which is quarter of a mile across, will pass between our planet and the moon in November and will be visible with small telescopes"
"If it were to hit the earth, the asteroid, named YU55, would have an impact equivalent to 65,000 atom bombs and would leave a crater more than six miles wide and 2,000ft deep"
I'm in agreement with The Daily Bayonet:
"Keep your fingers crossed that NASA’s calculations went nowhere near Jim Hansen or Gavin Schmidt’s desks. And wake up Bruce Willis."
- good thing East Anglia doesn't model this kind of thing-
If you are in need of an antidote to the tripe spewed by climate change moonbats, head on over to The Daily Bayonet. Good, and good for you.
The link is in the blogroll.