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If you are reading this, a giant asteroid did not destroy Earth last night

Publisher's Note: The Inquisitor Nashville offices will be closed on Sunday, but we are still committed to providing you with up-to-the-minute news. This article was completed on Saturday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m. and scheduled for automated publishing on Sunday morning.

Great news! If you are reading this, the giant asteroid hurtling toward Earth on Saturday night did not destroy our planet.

Asteroid 2002 NN4, estimated to be the size of six football fields, presumably passed by the planet sometime between 11:00 p.m. and midnight ET.

At this time, we are unsure how close the asteroid came to our planet. We can verify, if you are reading this, that life still exists, and your internet service has not been interrupted.

We encourage readers to check global news sources to confirm that the asteroid did not destroy other parts of the planet. However, we feel 50-60% confident if you are reading this, the Earth is still intact.

If you are not reading this, then the Earth may no longer exist, or you just don't follow our page.

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