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According to new simulations, the evolution of the Solar System’s inner planets' orbits could lead to a planetary pile-up within the lifetime of our Sun.
It’s certainly happened before – the formation of our own Moon spawned from the collision of a Mars-sized body with the young Earth, and the Solar System’s inhabitants are constantly at risk of a bump by a passing asteroid that strays too close. But what of planets careering around the Solar System like an out-of-control pinball game?
Originally posted by FunSized
somehow I'm just not that worried about something that only has about a one percent chance happening in over three billion years from now. In fact i'm pretty sure I wont be worried about much of anything three billion years from now.
Originally posted by Bldrvgr
I'm Worried ! We must spend money now to fix it !!