Scientists have found evidence that a star passed through our solar system just 70,000 years ago: the closest star flyby ever.
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The University of Rochester http://www.rochester.edu/newscenter/scholz-star/
European Southern Observatory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-zZxgQw7eA
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Sholz's star passage and Human bottleneck both happened about 70,000 years ago. Millions of humans were reduced to only few thousands apparently due to the effects of Toba supervolcanic eruption. The paasage of Sholz's star also happened nearly at the same time and possibly it may related to the near extinction of humans.
1:20 Nearest planet? Whoever writes the script for this should leave this channel. Also, who ever checks these for errors before uploading should leave as well. This isn't a small mistake. I can't believe the person reading this read it and didn't say anything either.
+Njumkiy Lets Play : "How far is four point eight million miles? Well ... it's close to two thousand times as far as OUR NEAREST PLANET; NEPTUNE."
It would take a considerable amount of will power to forge that quote into something forgivable.
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