|Great, now the overlords are going |
to think I'm some kind of poser.
Crazy lights in the sky have long been associated with predictions of disaster and what with a super-contentius election coming up, it's hard not to see why everyone's a little on edge about this. But this is the 21st century; an enlightened age where such phenomena have rational, scientific explanations.
|Pictured: a depiction of Haley's Comet from the Bayeux tapestry. Notice the |
ignorant medieval English savages freaking out in the lower left. Pfft...idiots, right?
Not pictured: the impending Norman Conquest that would shortly befall them.
"Something this big enters in an uncontrolled way probably once a month. Mostly they fall into the ocean-- the Earth is a big place. The chance that you get one at night, over the U.S. at a time when people look at the sky -- it is relatively low."
-Lt. Colonel Martin O'Donnell,
colonel-splaining it to us
|Pictured: A grim portent of unbelievable foreboding and horror.|
Or possibly space junk. I don't know, I'm not a scientist.
|Above: Eat your heart out NORAD.|