More precision about more of my philosophy about Yellowstone volcano and about Potentially Hazardous Asteroids..

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Amine Moulay Ramdane

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Oct 24, 2021, 6:39:06 PMOct 24
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Hello,


More precision about more of my philosophy about Yellowstone volcano and about Potentially Hazardous Asteroids..

I am a white arab from Morocco, and i think i am smart since i have also
invented many scalable algorithms and algorithms..

As you are noticing i am saying below that about the Potentially Hazardous Asteroids: The largest, most devastating impacts (like that which helped to kill the dinosaurs 65 million years ago) are the rarest,
so those kind of Hazardous Asteroids are rare, but i think that the small frequent collisions such as the asteroid that entered Earth's atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Russia, have a really small probability to hit a big city such as Paris or Montreal or New York, so you have to take into account the probability of it.

And will the Yellowstone volcano erupt soon? Another caldera-forming eruption is theoretically possible, but it is very unlikely in the next thousand or even 10,000 years. Scientists have also found no indication of an imminent smaller eruption of lava in more than 30 years of monitoring.

And more of my philosophy about the Potentially Hazardous Asteroids..

About the Potentially Hazardous Asteroids: The largest, most devastating impacts (like that which helped to kill the dinosaurs 65 million years ago) are the rarest. But smaller, more frequent collisions also pose a marked risk. This is why a New space telescope could spot potentially hazardous asteroids heading for Earth, since in 2013, an asteroid entered Earth's atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Russia. It exploded in the air, releasing 20 to 30 times more energy than that of the first atomic bombs, generating brightness greater than the sun, exuding heat, damaging more than 7,000 buildings and injuring more than 1,000 people. The shock wave broke windows 58 miles away. It went undetected because the asteroid came from the same direction and path as the sun.
These meteorites landed on Earth after a 22-million-year voyage
The NEO Surveyor will use infrared sensors that can help astronomers find these objects -- even ones that may approach Earth during the day from the direction of the sun. This isn't something that's possible using ground-based observatories.

Read more here:

https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/30/world/international-asteroid-day-2021-nasa-telescope-scn/index.html


Thank you,
Amine Moulay Ramdane.


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