In a talk via online, scientists from the U.S. space agency denied to the December 21 ending astronomical phenomena happen to the Earth and humanity.
The countdown has begun for the supposed end of the world that the misinterpretations of the Mayan predictions, so NASA combat these rumors.
According to the newspaper ABC.es, the website of David Morrison, director of the Carl Sagan NASA’s Ask an Astrobiologist called, is dedicated to combat these rumors and has received more than 5000 questions on December 21.
So with Google+ Morrison offered together with NASA scientists, a conference to explain that there will be no end of the world or any of the phenomena portend a cosmic cataclysm, the collision of Earth with another planet or a strong flame that burns our planet.
The astrophysicist Lika Guhathakurta, according to Space.com, said it is true that the Sun is in a period of high activity, but there will be flare powerful enough to burn the planet and clarifies that satellites studying the sun warn abnormal activity in advance. Meanwhile, Don Yeomans of NASA’s Jet Propultion Laboratory, NASA, clarifies that no planet called Nibiru, or comet hit the Earth. If true it would be one of the brightest objects that would be in heaven now.
Other phenomena as the planet enters a black hole or that the Earth’s magnetic field will change also were denied. On December 21 the only thing that ends is a cycle in the Mayan Long Count Calendar, the baktun 13 and the only phenomenon that will be appreciated that day is the winter solstice.
Scientists involved in the talk warn that we should be more concerned about climate change, which itself could end the world, and remark that the human species is the greatest threat to Earth.