Here comes the neighborhood.
Create New Only fourteen billion dollars lost in damage. What happens when you detonate a spherical metal honeycomb over a hundred miles wide just above the atmosphere of a habitable world? And even if humanity does manage to survive humans are clingy bastards there are bound to be massive casualties.
Cue the Moral Dissonance if the heroes are primarily responsible for this near disaster. The subversion of this trope is if the heroes fully realize the effects of their actions Maybe they are amoral sociopaths who do not care, maybe the Omniscient Morality License makes it such that the ultimate consequences will be preferable to the status quoor maybe things are beyond the Godzilla Threshold and so anything goes.
Some common examples of this trope coming into effect include: Also, any talking-animal story that takes place on a farm, and one of the characters is a pig—because unlike horses, cows, sheep, goats and poultry, you only raise a pig for one thing.
An Adam and Eve Plot. Unless there are revealed to be survivors elsewhere, the lack of genetic diversity will mean humanity is doomed in a handful of generations. Any work Based on a True Story that takes place prior to or during a nasty historical event, and retroactively, any work written shortly before such an event.
There Are No Global Consequences mentioned on screen. Any Police Procedural in which corruption by and large within the force is blown out of the water; even with a few befitting the Knight in Shining Armorexpect Interpol or the National Guard to step in at the end to keep the city from tearing itself apart.
Keep in mind that this is an inferred holocaust. A possible reason why audiences may see a "happy" ending as an Esoteric Happy Ending.
For more general plot points that are chilling when contemplated at length, see Fridge Horror. Ending Tropeso spoilers be ahead.
Turns into Moral Dissonance in Rebuild of Evangelion 2.
Shinji rescues Reithough as a result triggers the Third Impact. It takes a timely intervention with Kaworu to stop it. Ergo Proxythough already post-apocalyptic, just made it worse when the last known bastion of humanity fell since its patron Proxy abandoned it, as well as almost every Proxy burns to death.
The only survivors are a Proxy, two cogito-infected autoreivs, and a person who is either another Proxy or sterile. However, this is considered good because the small populations of humanity who retreated from the planet a thousand years before begin to return due to the Earth finally recovering from the nuclear winter.
Every character we knew that even survived will likely be slaughtered because none of them were meant to survive — Proxies were genetically altered to have a deathly reaction to UV rays and autoreivs were meant to destroy all the sterile humans and then themselves by way of the cogito virus.
We are shown the heroes emerging triumphant from underground, to be cheered and applauded by the team members on the surface of the mountain. And then we zoom out to show the Earth which looks not a little battered, as well as completely reshaped, by the earlier destruction.QUESTION: Why do the planets revolve only around the sun?
There are stars which are bigger than the sun, and apply more gravitational force, but other planets do not attracts towards the stars.
Introduction Though perhaps best known throughout the world for his science fiction, Isaac Asimov was also regarded as one of the great explainers of science. What happens when you detonate a spherical metal honeycomb over a hundred miles wide just above the atmosphere of a habitable world?
Regardless of specifics, the world won't remain habitable for long.
Keep in mind that this is an inferred holocaust. If the work explicitly states that there's a. Information on asteroids which pose a potential impact threat is updated almost daily at the NASA/JPL impact risk page so please look there for the answer to your question. As mentioned above, for some reason the media like to report extensively on asteroids which are predicted to have a chance of impacting the Earth, but seem less interested.
A newly released study, produced with help from eight universities, found some good news. Between and , the global impact of human activities on the terrestrial environment is expanding more slowly than the rates of economic and/or population growth.
Meteorites, Meteors, and Meteoroids In space, drifting rocks smaller than an asteroid but larger than a molecule are called “meteoroids.” They are renamed “meteors” as they travel through Earth’s atmosphere, and “meteorites” if they hit the ground.