We all remember siting down at the movie theater to watch the biggest apocalyptic end of the world film to be released that year. The film knowing had a huge premise that a massive solar flare emitted from the sun would wipe the earth out by scorching the surface burning up everything that covered the earth.
Many scientists and doomsday conspiracy theorists have supported this theory. Some have suggested that this huge solar flare will be coming in 2012 and spell the end of mankind.But NASA claims that there is no scientific evidence to suggest that the Earth is going to be destroyed in 2012!
Well according to NASA these guys are wrong, the likely hood of the world ending in 2012 is highly unlikely "Most importantly, however, there simply isn't enough energy in the sun to send a killer fireball 93 million miles to destroy Earth,"
A second major theory supported by conspiracy theorists and some rogue scientists claim that the planet Nibiru is hurtling towards earth and sometime during 2012 will crash into us. Nibiru is believed to be roughly 4x the size of earth and its impact would eradicate all life on earth. However NASA points out "There's no planet Nibiru, there's no Planet X, and nothing is hurtling toward us."
Don Yeomans, manager of the Near-Earth Object Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. followed his colleagues comments "I'm not going to lay in any extra supplies — no survival gear," saying "I'm just going to lay in an extra supply of egg nog for the coming holiday season."
"There's no evidence whatsoever for Nibiru," and no evidence that the Sun is capable of creating a solar flare that could actually wipe out earth. People can relax and be rest assured that scientifically speaking the Earth can't possibly be destroyed in 2012!
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