B612 Foundation says city-destroying asteroids could hit Earth once per century

B612 Foundation says city-destroying asteroids could hit Earth once per century

Scientists estimated in the past that the likelihood of a major asteroid strike with the Earth large enough to destroy a city is once every 3000 years. An organization called the B612 Foundation has a very different estimate for this sort of major impact. B612 believes that an asteroid large enough to decimate a city hits the Earth as often as once per century.

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Mario Golf: World Tour tees off May 2 for 3DS

Mario Golf: World Tour tees off May 2 for 3DS

Nintendo 3DS owners will have a new game to check out early next month called Mario Golf: World Tour. The game is set to launch on May 2 for the Nintendo 3DS, and will work on the Nintendo 2DS as well. At launch, the game will feature 10 courses and 126 holes for gamers to enjoy. Nintendo has also given the game lots of multiplayer capability.

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Gripes of a Cable Cutter (and why Internet TV will solve them)

Gripes of a Cable Cutter (and why Internet TV will solve them)

Cable-cutting -- the act of cancelling your cable or satellite subscription to join the ranks of occasionally holier-than-thou set-top-boxers -- is a slowly growing change to how many get their daily entertainment fix. Benefits abound for cutting the cable, and you've likely heard the tropes by now: lower cost, better access to content in the moment, and the reality that cable-cutting better fits with many viewers' schedules (if you're time-shifting all your shows around your work schedule, there's little point in keeping a traditional cable subscription, after all).

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