Nibiru Is The Planet That Will End The World
With just weeks to go before the end of 2012, we’re close to finding out if the Mayans were right. (Their calendar runs out on December 21, 2012, and thus, the conspiracy goes, so does the world’s lifespan.)
New York is still recovering from one of the biggest natural disasters in history, the Middle East might be on the brink of full scale war, and Venice is under water. Things aren’t looking good. Worse, now an international team of astronomers have discovered what may be the final piece in the Mayans’ puzzle… the rogue planet.
According to the Mayans, a cataclysmic event will bring about the end of the world as we know it on that dreadful day in December. Many now believe that one of the most likely doomsday scenarios will involve a rogue planet crashing into ours, effectively killing all life on the planet. But a planet of that kind, which wanders around the universe without a solar system to call home, had never been observed before. Until, it’s rumored, now…
Traveling through the universe, accompanied by a group of stars, planet CFBDSIR2149-0403, aka Nibiru, was spotted by the team of astronomers who discovered the first ever “rogue planet.” But the earth destroyer doesn’t seem to be on a course to do that. In fact, it is actually about 100 light years away. So, needless to say, it won’t be visiting us by the doomsday due date.
Still, many paranoid doomsayers are convinced that Nibiru is real even after NASA has confirmed that it does not exist. Dr. David Morrison runs the Ask an Astrobiologist section of NASA’s website, where he fields question on the apocalypse. He says that even when ’12ers are told that if Nibiru was ready to end us on December 21st, we would already see it in the sky, people defend the claim by saying that “Nibiru only exists in the fifth dimension, or is an invisible brown dwarf.”
But then again, why would anyone trust the organization that was behind those faked moon landings?
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