Monday, December 03, 2012

end of the world

A number of folk have been looking for the end of the world December 21, 2012 because the Mayan calender stops there. I have not put much though to it but now I am worried. The goverment has issued a statement that the world IS NOT going to end on the 21 of this month. Time to worry! David Morrison, a planetary astronomer and senior scientist for NASA, tells USA.gov that “at least a once a week I get a message from a young person -- as young as 11 -- who says they are ill and/or contemplating suicide because of the coming doomsday.” According to the government, there is no impending Mayan calendar-predicted apocalypse that will take place this month (that theory has already been debunked), no comet ready to blast the world into oblivion (sorry Bruce Willis, NASA has been trying to beat this one back for a while), and no hidden planet sneaking up on Earth to screw up its polarity (NASA recently gave a detailed breakdown of this claim). The post also tamps down doomsday predictions more broadly, declaring that "many other" theories are also wrong.

2 comments:

The 4th Sister said...

one thing for sure about this post Pat....with the title as it is every kook on the net will view it....

Balisha said...

Hmmmm...maybe I'm a kook! I think it's all hog wash.
Balisha