Researchers identified a 26 million-year cycle of meteor impacts coinciding with mass extinctions over the past 260 million years. That's the good news.
Geologist Michael Rampino of NYU says, 'there is evidence that the comet activity has been high for the last one to two million years, and some comet orbits are perturbed...'
Translated. Instead of 15 to 26 million year wait we may be in welcoming the big one any minute now.
Oh, and did you know monkey's with the smallest testicles roar the loudest? Isn't that special?