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#451 - interesting. now if only most of these were true. …  [+] (3 replies) 07/31/2012 on Space Facts Part 4 0
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#478 - DrSalvador (07/31/2012) [-]
I wouldn't say minimal disturbance seeing as every spacial object has gravity and whatnot, but unless the cores collide i too doubt it would be too catastrophic
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#489 - wamboozle (07/31/2012) [-]
right, everything in space has gravity. we're already being acted upon by the gravity of everything that surrounds us. i highly doubt a star is going to pass close enough to our solar system to cause any serious havoc. think of how far stars are from each other in this galaxy. they're just as far away from each other in that one. the closest star to us is like 4.2 light years away. the most probable thing that could happen is a star comes exactly halfway between us and that star. a star 2.1 light years away shouldn't really affect us in any major way.

that being said, the human species is probably going to go extinct within the next 300 years anyway. we're breeding faster than we can feed ourselves and we're using monetary systems that are designed to break down the second something goes wrong. we're gonna die. the planet's going to be just fucking fine though.
#461 - durkadurka (07/31/2012) [-]
^Someone who fucking gets it.