And here we were, just finally getting comfortable and laughing about all of that 12-21-2012, Mayan apocalypse craziness!
Guess we're not out of the woods yet, folks!
Well, okay, we all know it's NOT the end of days, but this is certainly crazy and scary enough to at least get your head scratching!
What was projected to be a ten-ton meteor entered the Earth's atmosphere over the Ural Mountains in Russia early this morning, traveling past the speed of sound at 33,000 miles-per-hour before shattering into pieces 32 miles above the ground over the Chelyabinsk region…all of which resulted in a MASSIVE shockwave that blew out one million square feet of glass and left 985 people, 204 of them schoolchildren, injured!
This comes less than A DAY BEFORE an asteroid, identified as 2012DA14, is apparently going to miss hitting Earth by about 17,150 miles - the closest recorded pass EVER!
Local resident Serget Hametov explained:
"There was panic. People had no idea what was happening. We saw a big burst of light, then went outside to see what it was and we heard a really loud, thundering sound."