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Answered 2011-09-14 10:33:25

Well at the moment, we don't know.

But the reason we don't often see asteroids around earth, is because Jupiter is help us by sucking in most of the asteroids.

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a meteor would hit earth every five seconds


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you had them on your body and washed the off


everyone freakin burns and dies baby peace


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