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The worldwide energy crisis may have some people worried, but at Lakehead University scientists and researchers aren't letting it get to them.
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Thunder Bay, Canada
#1 Oct 7, 2008
I am writing to tell the people about the meteor that suppose to crash into the earth this coming Monday the 13th. of October. The scientist say it is the size of an automobile, but the shooting stars we see are only pebbles, holy!!! are we ever going to see a show on earth. It is suppose to happen around 10:00 pm in the northeast of Africa. We might still get a glimps of it here. But if it turns out to be bullseye then we will die, so, enjoy your last few days on earth, who knows the scientist say it will make noise big sonic booms as it enters the world at 28,000 miles per hour. Save me a picture. From me.
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