The odds of an asteroid choosing to hit the "Choice City" are very slim, but there is a chance. Why not see what we may have to face if the unlikely were to happen.

Some people do have too much time on their hands. That, or they are very into "doomsday" scenarios. Regardless of their intentions, they've created a site that let's you pick the location of a given asteroid coming down, then presents the damage.

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People do have a weird desire to think about apocalyptical things happening, even at least of a few of us that that live in the Fort Collins area. Maybe you've had a bad break-up, maybe a bad week at work, or are frustrated about doing your taxes. Here's the chance to "just blow the whole thing up," in just a few clicks.

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The gang (or just the one guy) at Neal.com created an asteroid strike simulator. Again, this is a team (or person) with too much time of their hands or a very gloomy persona; but here we are talking about it.  In less than a few minutes at the site you can launch an asteroid to slam into (nearly) any given location, including Fort Collins.

THINGS THE SITE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR ASTEROID STRIKE INCLUDE:

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At the site, Neal.com, you can adjust your settings: Make it a small asteroid, make it a mile-wide asteroid. Make it a direct hit, or have it come in at an angle, etc. I went with a mile-wide asteroid and it looked something like this.

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