Reader Christopher W. notes that NASA has ruined Russian astrologer Marina Bai's life, and she's not going to take it lying down. Claiming that the Deep Impact probe's collision with comet Tempel 1 this weekend "ruins the natural balance of forces in the universe," the seeress has sued the U.S. space agency for $300 million—the approximate cost of the program. The damages will go to cover her "moral sufferings."
Before you joke that she should have predicted this would happen, consider that Bai launched her suit back in April—irrefutable proof of extrasensory foresight. "The actions of NASA infringe upon my system of spiritual and life values, in particular on the values of every element of creation, upon the unacceptability of barbarically interfering with the natural life of the universe, and the violation of the natural balance of the Universe," Bai says in her suit.