Thursday, December 13, 2012

'Why the World Didn't End Yesterday' - NASA releases video 10 days early

While the motion picture '2012' created quite a stir about the end of the world based on the Mayan apocalypse, many still believe that December 21 is 'the' Doomsday.


The video from NASA makes the point that if a rogue planet or asteroid was about to hit the Earth we would already be able to see it with our bare eyes
The video from NASA makes the point that if a rogue planet or asteroid was about to hit the Earth we would already be able to see it with our bare eyes

As per the Ancient Mayans, the 5,125-year cycle known as the Long Count would come to a close on December 21 2012. Experts estimate the system, which is made up of 394-year periods called baktuns, started counting at 3114 BC, and will have run through 13 baktuns, or 5,125 years, around December 21.

Based on the above Mayan beliefs, many believe that Maya may have been privy to impending astronomical disasters that would coincide with 2012, ranging from explosive storms on the surface of the sun that could knock out power grids to a galactic alignment that could trigger a reversal in Earth's magnetic field.

Would that be so?

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NASA has been seriously working on these conspiracy theories and is of the view that if a rogue planet or asteroid was about to hit the Earth we would already be able to see it with our bare eyes by now.

Since no such celestial movement has been noticed over the years that is moving on collision course with earth, NASA has summed up its research in a short movie 'Why the World Didn't End Yesterday' ten days before the Mayan dead line of December 21.

Watch the video below:


However, despite NASA's confident video, recent disasters - including the earthquake in Japan - as well as anxiety over pandemics and economic concerns - are creating a global climate of fear, which for some are omens of impending doom.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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