The Doomsday Conspiracy
Many people have bought into the Doomsday Conspiracy, the belief that the world is going to end on December 22, 2012 upon the Mayan calendar reaching its end. There currently is no solid evidence that supports the conspiracy of Doomsday, 2012. NASA has proven this though their thorough investigation into the non-existence of Nibiru, their research into the Mayan calendar, and the scientific evidence that a magnetic shift in polarity is unlikely to occur.
Planet Nyberg is a nonexistent planet that the believers of the Doomsday conspiracy claim to exist. Dr. David Morrison, who is the Senior Scientist at the NASA Astrobiology Institute, commented on this by saying, “Nibiru is a hoax, linked to a religious cult, and having nothing to do with science”. Planet Nibiru is simply a conspiracy in which the Mayans used as a marking point to the end of their calendar. Lastly the distant objects, which people believed to be Nibiru, were nothing more than far off galaxies. (Morrison)
The Mayan calendar is a “long Calendar”, which had duration of 5,126 years. The Mayan prophets had a belief that when their “long Calendar” came to an end that there would be a horrible occurrence upon Planet Earth. This belief is still carried on today through a conspiracy that the world is going to end when the Mayan Calendar reaches year 2012. The end of their calendar is similar to that of our calendar, where it ends on December 31st. They believed that if the calendar were to reset that it would “predict a religious miracle”. Furthermore, the Mayan calendar was not set up to go on past the year 2012. (NASA)
NASA states, “A reversal in the rotation of Earth is Impossible. It has never happened and never will”, this statement completely shuts down the theory that the earths polarity is going to change. They believe that a magnetic reversal in the poles would not hurt the Earth or humans. In addition to that, a magnetic reversal takes place approximately every...