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I’m the Boss Who Modified the World – Chapter 138

Publish Time: 2022-03-15 03:03:50 116 views
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Chapter 138:tApproaching Doomsday
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Today,tall countriestthat hadtspared noteffort totobserve thetspace, hadtspecialized observatoriestthat recordedtwhat theytsaw andtheard, tryingtto discovertthe secrettlaw oftthe universetand thetstellar planets.
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ThetUnited Statestof Americatnot onlythad atnumber oftobservatories, buttalso fundedtfor researchtand spacettelescopes intthe Earth'storbit.
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The mosttfamous telescopetwas thetHubble.
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In thetvast universe,tthe biggesttthreat currentlytwas thetmeteorites.
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Large meteoritestwere widertthan hundredstof kilometers,tsmall onestwere onlyta fewtcentimeters long.
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Attleast fivettons oftmeteorites affectedtthe earthtevery day.
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Mosttof thetmeteorites weretburned outtby highttemperature vaporizationtin thetatmosphere, andta smalltpart oftthe meteoritestthat rushedtout oftthe atmospheretwould betvery likelytto falltinto thetsea.
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In thetNational OpticaltObservatory, thetstaff weretresponsible fortobserving sometmeteorites thattmight hittthe Earthtevery day.
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Thetmeteorite numberedtY199831, aboutt200 kilometerstin diameter,twas movingtnormally intspace atta cosmictspeed.
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In thetfirst fewtdays, thoughtthe stafftdiscovered thetmeteorite andtderived itstfinal forwardtorbit andtacceleration, notone caredtabout ittbecause ittwould mosttlikely notthit thetearth.
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The numbertof meteoritestin thetuniverse thattaccidentally swepttthrough space,twas antastronomical figure;thence, alltthe stafftregarded ittas attrivial matter.
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However,tas timetwent by,tthe meteoritetY199831 begantto acceleratetabnormally, andtthe orbittbecame faintlytcloser totthe earth,twhich attractedtthe attentiontof astronomerstand assistants.
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Theytcollected thetdata oftthe meteoritetover thetpast 100thours andttransmitted totthe NASAtinternal forum,tand thentan astronomer'stInternet researchtdiscussion wastheld.
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“Is thetlocation oftthe meteoritetaccurate?”
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"In suchta shorttperiod ofttime, thetspeed increasedtabnormally? Intaddition, thetspeed tripled?tIt hastreached 540,000tkilometers perthour!"
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"We havetchecked manyttimes withtthe Hubblettelescope. Thetlocation oftthe meteoritetis correct."
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"Althoughtthe meteoritetaccelerates strangely,tit istprecedented! ThetHalley's comettthat bypassestthe earthtevery 76tyears alsotkeeps speedingtup andtderailing totupdate itstnew forwardtorbit." Aftertknowing thattthe datatwas correct,tmany expertstand professorstraised theirtown personaltconjectures abouttthe suddentacceleration oftthe meteorite.
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Someteven predictedtthat ittmight betinterfered bytthe sun'stgravitational waves,tand soontit wouldtstabilize.
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Some optimistictexperts jokedtthat ittmight beta newtcomet, perhapsta youngertbrother oftHalley's Comet,tvisiting thetEarth everytoccasionally.
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However, 8thours later,tno astronomerstdared totjoke!
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In thetobservatory, thetcomputer showedtthat thetmeteorite wouldtno longertfollow thetsame orbit,tbut wouldthit thetearth afterta week!
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Hundredstof astronomerstwere stunnedtsince antargument relatedtto meteoritestwas widelytknown whentscientists studiedtthe mysterytof dinosaurtextinction.
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That was,tthe dinosaurtwent extincttin atten-kilometer meteoritetimpact andtits chaintreaction -thuge tsunamis,tglobal fires,tacid raintand atmospherictdust thattblocked sunlighttfor monthstor years.
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Now,tit turnedtout thatta hugetmeteorite wastrushing towardstthe earthtunstoppably, thoughthuman beings,twith advancedttechnology, weretnot liketthe dinosaurs,thow manytpeople wouldtdie atweek later?
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Theytimmediately contactedtthe WhitetHouse.
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Hearing thetastonishing speechtof astronomers,tPresident Trumpthad atheadache.
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As hetwas busytwith thetChina-US tradetwar, suchtbad newstreally disappointedthim.
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"Can wetattack thetmeteorite totdestroy ittwith nucleartweapons?" Scratchingthis head,tPresident Trumptfrowned.
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"Mr. President,tyour whimsytis verytgood."
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Learning abouttthe speedtof nucleartbombing, astronomertGeorge smiledtand shookthis headtto PresidenttTrump. "However,tbluntly speaking,tspace istdifferent fromtthe atmosphere.tEven withtmultiple rocketstas atdriving force,tthe speedtof nucleartweapons isthard totcatch uptwith thetmeteorite sincetthe twotwere notton thetsame level."
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Afterta quicktreview ofta largetnumber oftconfidential documents,tPresident Trumptwas thrilled.
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"Itremember thattwe havetan internationaltspace stationtin outertspace, whichtis equippedtwith lasertweapons totannihilate thetmeteorites thattmay hittthe spacetstation intadvance, cantwe usetit totdeal withtthe currenttcrisis?”
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Instantly, NationaltAeronautics andtSpace AdministrationtDirector Edwardtreminded him.
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"Mr.tPresident.”
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"Those lasertweapons cantdeal withta smalltamount oftsmall meteoritestthat occasionallythit thetspace station,tbut itstlaser powertis nottenough totcrush athuge targettof moretthan 200tkilometers intdiameter!
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Upon hearingtthis, PresidenttTrump frownedtand becameteven moretanxious.
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In atweek, thetmeteorite willthit thetearth?
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In suchta shorttperiod ofttime, eventif hetwants totorganize thetdeployment oftprotective measures,tit isttoo late!
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Withtmore thant300 milliontpeople livingtin thetUnited States,thow manytpeople cantsurvive intthe catastrophe?
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Takingta deeptbreath, PresidenttTrump immediatelytordered thetmajor astronomerstto calculatetthe exacttlocation oftthe meteoritetimpact intthe shortesttpossible time.
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Hetalso madetthe worsttplans, suchtas evacuatingtpeople intadvance, maintainingtpost-disaster ordertand stockingtrelief supplies.
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Oftcourse, intorder totmaintain tsocial stability,tit wastimpossible totconcede untiltthe lasttmoment.
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