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Answered 2016-11-22 11:06:01

Life as we know it would disappear.

It's not possible for a meteor to punch a clean hole through the Earth. So a meteor big enough would crack the Earth into pieces. These might eventually be pulled together again by gravity, but the planet would be unrecognizable.

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