Saturday, 1 December 2012

World is not ending on 21st December 2012: NASA

There is a huge rumour about dooms day on 21st December  2012 but scientist of NASA are intent on doing away the rumours, They say that December 21st will not be the end of the world, but will be just another winter solstice.
NASA has published a detailed FAQ, and provided answers to a huge number of questions related to Dooms day (End of the World).

  • Prediction Origins
  • Sumerians Discovered planet Nibiru
  • Mayan Calendar
  • And other things.

“Our planet has been getting along fine for more than 4 billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012,” NASA states on the FAQ Page.
No, the heavens will not crash down upon thee, Captain (obvious) NASA confirms.
NASA states that the rumours starts with some claims that Nibiru, a supposed planet discovered by Sumerians, was headed towards the Earth, Interestingly the end of the world was predicted to be in May 2003, when nothing happened, the date was shifted to December 2012 and linked to the end of one of the cycles in the ancient Mayan calendar’s cycle ends on the 2012 winter solstice, and so the doomsday date was predicted to be on 21st December 2012.
As for rumours surrounding the Mayan calendar ending in December 2012, NASA is quick to point out that just as the calendar on one’s home does not end on stop after December 31, the Mayan Calendar will not end on December 21, 2012.”This date is the end of the Mayan long-count period, but then – just as your calendar begins again on January 1—another long – count period begins for the Mayan calendar,” NASA states in the post.
Most importantly, when quizzed about their reactions to constant claims of the world ending, NASA said that there is no evidence or science that backs such claims.
“There is none, and for all the fictional assertions, whether they are made in books, movies, documentaries or over the internet, we cannot change that simple fact. There is no credible evidence for any of the assertions made in support of unusual events taking place in December 2012,” it declares.
The buzz about the December 21, 2012 phenomenon has been especially noticeable. Social networks are full of posts about the date and the rumours surrounding it, although in a humorous way. While the truth will be known once the date arrives, a trusted body like NASA slamming the rumours goes a long way to spreading awareness. 

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