reply to post by winterkill
I guess everybody will heed your warning unless of course they were one of the 155,000 that died yesterday.
According to the CIA World Factbook, as of July, 2005, there were approximately 6,446,131,400 people on the planet, and the death rate was approximately 8.78 deaths per 1,000 people a year. According to our nifty desktop calculator, that works out to roughly 56,597,034 people leaving us every year. That's about a 155,000 a day.
Originally posted by ararisq
Stop and think for a second though. Lets say its 11:11 GMT 12/21. Still a ways off. You look up and see something disastrous happening.
What thought goes through your mind? I'm thinking mine would be "huh, didn't think that was going happen..."
Originally posted by dc4lifeskater
well im going to die like a frozen popsicle if it doesnt get warmer here, yesterday it was like 75 outside and last night this crazy wind came in from no where, and the temp is in the low 30's Im freezing my begets off here.