Let’s face it: we’re cutting it pretty close to the wire here. If the Apophis asteroid misses us in 2029 and again in 2036, I’m sure the wacky weather is going to cause the planet to melt into a giant ball of space goo before the century’s end. And that’s assuming we aren’t nuked by the North Koreans first. We need to GTFO. Like SOON. Luckily, earlier this week, atronomers at the European Southern Observatory discovered three new planets orbiting our neighboring star Gliese 667C (appx. 22 light-years from Earth) in the so-called habitable zone, which means there are now at least 12 planets and 26 moons in our neighboring galaxies that could become our future homes, according to the Habitable Exoplanets Catalog. Whew. Start packing.
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