News Headline: “NASA slams spending cuts that put Earth at risk of undetected killer asteroids.”
Let’s not panic, shall we?
It has been more than two weeks since the last undetected asteroid passed between Earth and the moon.
And it was only the third one this month.
No matter how bad your Monday morning is, odds are you didn't have to wade through belly-deep snow in order to pee. There's about five inches of snow out there now and it's still coming down. Late March snows really aren't that unusual, and we get an average of 1.5" in April. And on May 9, 1966, we got 3.1 inches. So quit complaining.