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Washington, DC The leaders have all agreed to move people to Venus as they think it is a more suitable option than both the Moon, and Mars. This is because it is the largest of the 3, there are no earthquakes, and 67% of the planet is made up of plains, which fits human settlement. Also, they feel that with technology, they will be able to bombard the planet with hydrogen gas giants to create graphite water. It is also the closest planet to Earth during this time period, allowing for more people to go.
We have decided to move people to Venus. Evacuation will begin 30 days before the asteroid hits. 5 million people worldwide will randomly be selected to go, and we will bring supplies like trees, and other animals to help survival.
March 17th, 2033 The first group of people leave Earth and head 38 million km towards their new home, Venus.
Excited for a new life!
April 16th, 2033 It is one day before the asteroid is projected to hit Earth (from the south). While people back home are fearing the worst, people on Venus have successfully adjusted to the harsh (very hot) conditions thanks to the help of technology.
April 17th, 2033 BOOM! The asteroid strikes Northern Africa and kills billions in the process. It changes the worlds climate, as debris from the asteroid causes little to no sunlight worldwide. Humans will have to try to survive the harsh conditions, which could last for years.
April 29th, 2035 Just over 2 years after the asteroid strike, humans are officially extinct on Earth. The impact was too much for our species to handle. The lack of sunlight caused plants to die, and other species to go extinct as well , leaving us with very little resources.
July 2nd, 2042 After over 7 years on Venus, humans and other species which were brought over have survived and created a new home on this planet. Although it isn't as comforting as Earth, it works. With the possibility (very small) of a large asteroid hitting Earth in the near future, it is always good to have a backup plan, and it looks like Venus, with the support of technology, could be a very realistic solution.
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