The NASA Apocalypse Video was created by NASA, which is to be released on December 22, a day after the supposed to be the “End of the World.” Is the world really coming to an end on December 21, 2012, based on the Mayan calendar? NASA says “no.”
The Mayans’ calendar indicated that it is the end of Earth and that the planet Nibiru would collide with Earth on that date. There are many more myths that had created panic in some parts of the world.
It is reminiscent of Harold Camping’s May 21, Doomsday Prediction, wherein people from all over the globe got ready for the world to end. People gave out their wealth, waited for the day inside their houses or congregations, and still others brought their family some place, where they could supposedly die peacefully. The prediction was false, though, and the repercussions were severe to those who gave up everything.
The Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza is a hot tourist spot in Mexico, and many believers are already in the area and are expected to stay in the area till December 21, 2012.
The NASA Apocalypse Video entitled; “Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday “proves that NASA is certain that Doomsday would not occur on December 21, 2012, and that:
“There are no known comets or asteroids that are on a collision course with Earth.”
You can watch the YouTube video courtesy of SpaceAtNASA.