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End of the World



"On brighter side, we just might not have to kill each other in the name of religion or race!!"



I saw the "End of the World" yesterday!!


And yes, it all might happen much before 21st December, 2012!!


How beautiful does the Moon look, especially when it's up in the day..


How scary the same Moon will look if it grew bigger and bigger and keeps growing bigger..


How beautiful will the Moon look enclosed in a thin bubble made of water..


How beautiful will a big crystal clear bubble of water, almost 10% the size of Moon and leaving Moon, away from it and away from us, sideways, look during the day..


How scary will the big water drops, the size of half the contents of a tea cup feel on our faces..


The “End of the World” might just happen much before 21st December, 2012 when..


The Sun is on one side and the Moon on our farther..


All the Earth’s siblings haven’t aligned in a chain, rather the ones’ behind our Sun are at an advantage!!


The “End of the World” might just happen..


ð Possible Scientific explanation for this phenomenon


Now we all know how if we throw a stone, the more force we put behind it, the faster it travels and farther it falls. We also know how the height from which it was thrown will also alter the distance it will travel as also the angle at which it was thrown, with 45o being the optimum.


Satellites (man-made or natural) are just like a stone, being thrown at a 0o angel (Tangentially to a hypothetical circle around the Earth) from a specific height (Orbital radius) at a velocity (Orbital velocity) is such a way that they are trying to fall back on Earth all the time, it’s just that their velocities are so much that they keep falling beyond the horizon. In other words they keep falling exactly the same distance away from the Earth as their Orbital radius. This happens because, if Earth is round, so is their orbit and both are concentric.


Now depending upon whether their velocity increases, decreases or stays constant, the satellites can either fall further and hence gain distance from the Earth or even escape the Mother Earth’s gravity and be lost to space, or they can fall closer (that is come into an Orbit closer to the Earth or fall on the Earth) or stay in the same orbit. The velocity of man-made satellites can be altered using their onboard engines to achieve the desired results but what about Moon.


Moon has been orbiting around the Earth for ages, for epochs, forever. Its’ orbital velocity must have stayed constant all the time or nearly so. There is no natural means to alter its’ orbital velocity that we know. However if by some reason, like planetary alignment for instance, Moon is pulled enough in the opposite direction than its’ displacement, it’s orbital velocity will decrease and as mentioned above, it will start falling towards the Earth. What happens then?


Well, as any other outer space object entering Earth’s atmosphere, if Moon were to fall on Earth, it will experience the atmospheric resistance which normally burns away most of the meteors and all of the meteorites. However some considerations and effects will be different.


Firstly, we all know that a meteor the size of 1.5 mile radius can not only hit the Mother Earth but also wipe out our despicable existence. Compare this scenario to the size of the Moon.


Second, a meteor entering Earth’s atmosphere will keep gaining speed due to Earth’s gravitational pull and so will Moon, but what about the size of the Moon? The Moon being so massive, might easily slip through the outer thin atmospheric layers, gaining speed, but when it will hit the inner thicker atmospheric layers, it will experience a jerk breaking it’s inertia of motion, thanks to the same friction of atmospheric particles that burn away most of the meteors and all of the meteorites.


Third, like any other rock from space, that is meteors, even Moon is suspected of carrying frozen aqua, i.e. ice, buried deep inside its’ darkest craters on the poles, safe from the burning rays of our Sun that evaporate all the water on Moon’s other surface, making it escape into space. Plus, water might be, and the evidence suggests it is, attached to minerals present on the Moon’s surface. Much in the same way as many mineral ores we dug out of our Earth contain hydrated forms of the minerals. This water is generally removed from the minerals when the ores are melted during the purification process and escapes in the form of steam.


Now putting all these bits together, when the Moon will enter Earth’s atmosphere, the friction will heat up its’ surface not just melting the ice but also removing water entrapped in minerals. The good thing is (that is, if we look at the positives from the fact that Moon is about to fall on the Earth and kill all of us), the water on the side of Moon facing the impact site will be vaporized and dissipated in Earth’s atmosphere in no time. The bad thing is, there is still water on the back of the Moon. And we are not talking about a bucket or two or a small lake of water, possibly enough to fill an ocean or at least a sea. What happens to this water?


When the Moon will experience the jerk mentioned above, due to inertia, this water will rush around its’ surface and fall of the horizon. It cannot run around its’ surface as Moon’s gravitational pull is not strong enough to hold its’ water on to its’ surface and Earth’s pull is strong enough to rob it off in entirety.


This water, depending upon Moon’s topography, will have a big chunk of it falling off one side, and this chunk might be huge enough to fill an ocean or a sea. This chunk will bundle together like a crystal clear water bubble (Ok, maybe not so crystal clear but still very much like a water bubble), thanks to the surface tension of water and will move sideways, appearing to be moving away from both the Moon and the Earth. However, this water will only be travelling in a parabolic path around the Earth as the atmospheric friction will resist its’ downward fall. It will ultimately hit the ground, majority of it, without getting evaporated, simply because it will be such a huge mass. And wherever this mass will fall, the area will be flooded and any existence above that entire Continent will be wiped out.


The remaining mass of water falling of the edges of the Moon, not any less in meanness as it is still a big chunk, will be pushed inwards and below the Moon and into the temporary lacuna created in the atmospheric layer by a bouncing moon, appearing from the Earth as if a bubble of water has enclosed the Moon. This water will beat the Moon in the race for Earth’s surface as it will be splintered around into tinier masses, tiny compared to moon but still bulkier than most meteors. A lot of this water will get burnt even before it hits the Earth’s surface but most of it will survive the journey and will be split into many small drops of water (small only in a comparative analysis but otherwise as big as at least the contents of a tea cup) by the lowest layer of the atmosphere. This water may destroy the crops but spare our homes for they await the final blow of destiny.


The moment Moon will hit the Earth, the impact will destroy everything around it instantly by the tremors it will cause, and then the shock waves created by the impact will flatten anything that can exist along the ground. The dust that will rise from this impact, it is debatable how much of it will be washed down by the large amount of water dissipated in the Earth’s atmosphere when that water will come down as instant flooding rains but if that doesn’t happen then the suspended dust will block the Sun rays for decades or perhaps centuries, freezing everything on the Earth’s surface.


However, the direct effects of Moon’s fall haven’t finished yet. The shock wave of the impact will create tidal waves of enormous height that will wipe out anything above the ground that was spared from the shock waves and tremors of the direct impact. And GOD save us, was the Moon to fall in the Sea, even Mount Everest might find itself taking a complete dip in water. Nothing will be left un-submerged.


After the impact, the next question is, will the Moon stay on Earth forever or at least till the end, or will it bounce off and back into the space and some orbit around the Earth?


If the Moon bounces off, doesn’t matter whether it bounces of the surface or ocean, the damage would still have been done that none of us will be around to measure, and the impact might wobble the Earth for a brief while and affect its’ orbit around the sun as well as its’ spin. But what if the Moon stays? How will the Earth spin after that? Is it possible that the impact and subsequent shape imbalance resulting from a massive piece of rock lying on its’ surface enough to spin the Earth away from the Sun, changing its’ climate or in towards the Sun to its’ possible impending doom, or at the least a hotter Earth? Maybe the Moon is not that massive to cause all the last mentioned scenarios but which one amongst us will be around to judge?


ð So who will be safe:


None of us! Or maybe a few of us!


The President of the US along with a few select businessmen as they can afford it, some of the best brains and artists on this Earth for their societal value and a handful of individuals related to these might be taken on board a space shuttle to survive the direct impact before they return back to take stock of things and plan there from.


None of the Indian politicians who are selling the interests of their own motherland for money not even their kids will be able to use and which will rot in the Swiss banks just like their bankers will rot in their homes, none of them will even get a US visa when they will need it.


The Aussie politicians don’t need a visa to go to the US but I am sure they will be given the wrong boarding time.


Prince Williams and Kate make a beautiful couple and let us just stop there for the moment.


What about the rest of us? Well, who cares?


What about yours truly?


Well, I am living for my love, my life, my only thing precious, my Angel. Wherever she will be, I will be there. If she is on board, I will beg, steal or whatever to get on board, and if she is left behind (which in all probability she will be) then I will stay with her till the end. And mind you, I do have some tricks still up my sleeves. The story of this world was written by the people of this world, it’s just that no one has realized it so far.





Honestly though, if given a choice, I would rather send my parents on board and make sure she is left behind to perish with me.


Yeah!! Die Bitch!!


And I’ll die with you!!


Take care till then,

Amanpreet Singh Rai

(Fatal Urge Carefree Kiss)



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