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if something big from outerspace hit earth, then where would it have least human impact?

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    The sparsest populations are at and near the poles.

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    The actual initial impact would have least effect at the poles or mid-ocean, but subsequent dust clouds and/or tsunami would still effect human populations greatly.

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